The singer of R&B Andra Day she performed her inspirational anthem “Rise Up”, the exintegrante One Direction Niall Horan they thanked the health workers and teachers, and the pop star Kesha she played the piano while she played positive letters to inaugurate a musical event aimed to contribute to the fight against the coronavirus.
Matthew McConaughey, Jack Black, Heidi Klum, Jason Segel, Tim Gunn, Matthew Bomer and Jameela Jamil also had appearances for the first time “One World: Together At Home”an event of eight hours divided into two formats: six hours via streaming from 2 pm New York (1800 GMT), followed by a special two hours of tv starting at 8 with Lady Gaga, the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, Taylor Swift, Oprah Winfrey and Billie Eilish.
“It’s Kesha from day 500 of the quarantine. Strange, both to my fans,” said the singer, sitting in front of your fireplace while your cat was making sounds in the background. “I know there are a lot of people working without sleep and sacrificing so much to help decipher this for all the world, and I can only think that the vulnerability of all of us as human beings at this time is showing a side of really beautiful humanity”.
After thanking those on the front lines of the battle, said: “I’m going to do what they do best I know to do, which is play some music and hopefully save the day even a little bit. That is my goal.”
The renowned pianist Lang Langthe singer country Maren Morris, the rocker Hozier, the british Star Rita Ora and singer emiratí Hussain Al Jassmi also acted during “One World: Together At Home”, presented by the organization Global Citizen in support of the World Health Organization. The stream of six hours, which can be viewed on YouTube, Apple, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other digital platforms, it also included videos focused on health care workers battling the spread of the coronavirus. He also presented a segment of couples marrying — some at the entrance of their houses, other in — during the pandemic.
The stream will also feature the participation of Samuel L. Jackson, John Legend, Annie Lennox, Common, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jacky Cheung, Jennifer Hudson, Michael Bublé, Juanes, and The Killers. Among latino artists are also counted Anitta, Becky G, Luis Fonsi, Natti Natasha and Sebastian Yatra.
The special TV, curated by Gaga, will be broadcast simultaneously by ABC, NBC, CBS, Univision, iHeartMedia and Bell Media and will include performances of Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, David and Victoria Beckham, Alicia Keys, Ellen DeGeneres, Pharrell Williams, Eddie Vedder, Kerry Washington, Chris Martin Coldplay, Celine Dion, Lizzo, J Balvin, Maluma and Andrea Bocelli. The hosts of this segment will be Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel.