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Lady Gaga: Her incredible gesture to fight the coronavirus
The whole world is living in a dramatic situation because of the coronavirus. Many stars are mobilizing to help in the fight against the pandemic. Besides, Lady Gaga made an incredible gesture and raised 35 million dollars! © maxppp Lady Gaga: Her incredible gesture to fight the coronavirus It is a health crisis that affects all countries. No one is spared ... Politicians, celebrities, royal families, the coronavirus affects all social circles.
Lady Gaga will hold a virtual concert with many other stars.
The 'Born this Way' hitmaker will be the headliner of the show, to honor all the heroes from the fields of medicine, care and help, who work overtime during the corona crisis and risk their health to others To help people.
To this end, the singer has now teamed up with the Global Citizen and World Health organizations. The event is said to be the "historically first global broadcast of its kind". 'One World: Together at Home' is the name of the show, which will be shown on various networks and streaming platforms around the world. The concert is scheduled for April 18 and will benefit the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund as well as local and regional charities. In a statement, the singer said: "We want to celebrate and support courageous health care workers who do life-saving work on the front line. We want to underline the size of this historic, unprecedented cultural movement and we want to celebrate and encourage the power of the human mind . "
The moderators Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert will moderate the event together with the cast of 'Sesame Street'. In addition to Gaga, Sir Elton John, Chris Martin, Sir Paul McCartney, John Legend, Lizzo, Billie Eilish, Eddie Vedder, Idris Elba, Alanis Morissette, Kacey Musgraves, David Beckham, Billie Joe Armstrong and Keith Urban will perform.
The Royal Albert Hall launches into the ball of the streamed show .
© Courtesy of Instagram / royalalberthall The venerable British concert hall will unveil a new concert every day. The venerable British concert hall will unveil a new concert every day. "We have been here for the Nation for almost 150 years in good and bad times. We exist to be open, to entertain, to inspire. In these extraordinary times, closing our doors is the best way to take care of the world.
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