Lady Gaga is a master performer, an artist of the age and indeed a heavily influential social activist, taking her role as an influence very seriously.
Her recent postponement of her newest album Chromatica after the lead single Stupid Love hit the charts last month was a disappointment to some fans. Not until she used her influence where it REALLY needed to be spent.
The multi-role public personality has reached out to similarly quarantined Hollywood celebrities all across the globe, with diversity ranging from classical singers, K-Pop groups and TV talk show hosts as well.
The event was ‘One World: Together At Home’ and probability is you might have seen it air on your TV screen as well as pretty much all over cyberspace.The concert was in official sponsorship with the WHO, helping out to raise funds for Coronavirus prevention and treatments.
The performance itself lasted an unbelievable air-time of 8 hours, and its organization Global Citizens had pre-shows, main shows all streamed online and elsewhere.
“It is so important to think globally and support the World Health Organization to curb the pandemic and prevent future outbreaks,” Lady Gaga said on a related press conference on Monday, “We want to highlight the gravity of this historical, unprecedented and cultural movement.”
Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel worked as hosts for the final two hours, aired on NBC, CBS and ABC beginning at 8 p.m. ET. Amazon Prime Video, Hulu Plus, Instagram and Twitter was available for multi-platform broadcast along with cable networks.
Alanis Morissette, Andrea Bocelli, Billie Eilish, David Beckham, Idris Elba, John Legend, Celine Dion, Elton John, Lizzo, Keith Urban and many others were among those who agreed to come on to the show to give their empathy a sense of meaning and bring about real change in this chaotic status quo.
One of the performer was none other than the American singer-songwriter Charlie Puth, who dedicated his performance of “See You Again” to “everyone working insane hours in hospitals, all the teachers, all the truck drivers, all the community service workers. Everyone on the front lines of this pandemic, you’re helping it go away. This is the first time, in a really long time, where the whole world had a common goal, and that’s to beat this virus. And we will.”
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