The Live Concert Did It All!


The spin-off fundraising album is now available on Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon, proceeds from which support the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization, powered by the UN Foundation.

We have rounded up the ways you can see the show or live stream it below.

When Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello got ready, at a piano to perform "What a Wonderful World", their gracefully blended vocals turned what could have seemed saccharine into sublime.

The Rolling Stones coordinating a Zoom conference for their performance of You Can't Always What You Want was even crazier. "But the National Health Service helped me then like they're helping all of us right now".

More than 100 artists including Lady Gaga, Paul McCartney, Billie Eilish, Elton John, Rolling Stones, Maluma and Lizzo performed songs from their living rooms, due to the coronavirus lockdown.

Swift seemed to channel a little anger at the way the coronavirus was treated in "Soon you will get better", a song about his mother's cancer experience that took on a broader meaning here. access to tests and medication. Social distancing there is simply not an option.

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This means that anyone with tickets for a show that is rescheduled or postponed for a later date will be unable to get a refund. As COVID-19 continues to spread, it is unclear when concerts, sports, and other events will resume.

The two-hour broadcast also included stories from frontline workers in the U.K. Additional footage from the main concert will be available on catch-up service BBC iPlayer for 30 days.

They also planned it as a "rallying cry" to support health workers, while coronavirus has at least 4.5 billion people forced or urged to stay home.

The "One World at Home" special also featured celebrity appearances from Kerry Washington, Beyonce Knowles, Alicia Keys, Oprah Winfrey, Matthew McConaugheyBollywood icon Shahrukh Khanand Idris Elba and his wife Sabrina, who recently won his battle with COVID-19.

"Together at Home" not-a-fundraiser, not-a-telethon all-star concert was a genuinely heartfelt and effective moment for people to come together, and celebrate health workers at the front line fighting Covid-19.

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.

She wrote: "I am so humbled to have been a part of this project". Click the link to confirm your subscription and begin receiving our newsletters.