Gaga kicked off the benefit concert with an uplifting cover of Nat King Cole's classic "Smile" from her home.
Lady Gaga told a WHO briefing ahead of the event it was meant to continue the "love letter to the world" that is the "fearless global effort" against Covid-19, which has left more than 157,000 dead worldwide. "We're simply right here to offer you an unimaginable present with wonderful reside performances", she mentioned.
Burna Boy gave a special performance in a starkly and stately set that echoed his performance and Billie Joe Armstrong did a solo unplugged version of the Green Day song "Wake Me Up When September Ends".
That will probably be adopted by a two-hour live performance broadcast on Saturday night time throughout a number of tv channels and that includes stars together with The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift and Billie Eilish.
Taylor Swift played the piano and sang a moving interpretation of "Soon You'll Get Better". Speaking to Variety, Hugh Evans, chief executive of Global Citizen, said: "It is not uncommon for world leaders of all stature to try to point fingers, because politics is in some instances about survival".
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I think the amount raised demonstrates just how much we all value the dedication and sacrifices made by our NHS workers. Moore, 99, who lives with his family in Bedfordshire , completed the last of the 25-metre laps on Thursday morning.
"We should stay home and follow orders and go along with what we're being told to do". The remaining $72.8 million will be split up and given to local and regional health care workers on the front lines.
The show closed with a moving harmony of Celine Dion, Lady Gaga, Andrea Bocelli and John Legend performing Dion and Bocelli's 1999 hit duet "The Prayer", as renowned concert pianist Lang Lang accompanied.
Curated by Lady Gaga, the One World: Together At Home event attracted some of the biggest names in music in a show of gratitude to those around the world fighting the outbreak.
She wrote: "I am so humbled to have been a part of this project". It also aired a package of people getting married - some in front of their homes, others inside - during the pandemic. The event was hosted by none other than the top stars like Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon.
Songs were interspersed with messages from actors such as Matthew McConaughey and Lupita Nyong'o, as well as other figures including Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey. Click the link to confirm your subscription and begin receiving our newsletters.