Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Eddie Vedder Highlight 'One World: Together At Home'


The eight-hour One World: Together at Home event will be shown throughout the world tomorrow on numerous social media and streaming platforms starting at 2PM ET, with the last two hours be shown on USA broadcast networks beginning at 8PM ET.

"One World: Together at Home" is organized by the world health Organization (WHO) and the ngo Global Citizen.

It was the sole appearance on the two-hour prime-time telecast by Bocelli, who might actually count as the biggest pop star of the week, after his Easter Sunday live-stream from Milan was viewed by more than 30 million people on YouTube.

"I'm so grateful for the healthcare workers, the medical workers, all the grocery store workers and delivery people, the postal workers, all the other nonprofits that are working so hard", said Gaga, who helped organize the event.

Sitting at his residence piano Marvel, who turns 70 subsequent month, performed "Lean On Me" earlier than launching into his personal "Love's In Want Of Love In the present day" in his singular crystal-clear voice.

A two-hour primetime event rife with A-listers including Billie Eilish, Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, Celine Dion, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder is set to follow.

In addition to performances - McCartney played "Lady Madonna", as Lizzo belted out a powerful version of "A Change Is Gonna Come" - the event highlighted the efforts of essential workers worldwide, including medical personnel and those delivering food and sanitary products to vulnerable populations. When you've submitted your account email, we will send an email with a reset code.

The TV special celebrated community health care workers and support the WHO's global fight to end COVID-19.

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Amid the moving songs from artists around the globe were speeches from Michelle Obama, Laura Bush and Oprah.

British actor Idris Elba - who was diagnosed with and recovered from coronavirus - also took part.

"We aren't asking for money tonight", said Colbert.

The US event USA It will also have likes Jennifer Hudson, Michael Buble, Annie Lennox, Common, The murderers, Luis Fonsi, Adam Lambert, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, Rita prays, Ellie Goulding, Ke $ haand Jessie J.

Sarah Jessica Parker gave a shout out to medical workers toiling at the hard-hit hospital Elmhurst in NY, the USA epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic.

Hospital staff additionally gave testimony on their important work battling the virus.

"It is a part of our worth in drugs to serve humanity", she mentioned.