Lady Gaga and World Health Organization Announce Virtual Benefit Show for Coronavirus Relief
Updated: Apr 14
This Saturday, the live-streamed event, given the hashtag #TogetherAtHome, will be taking place. The show will be a total of 8 hours long, with the show beginning with a pre-televised cast at 2pm EST on streaming services such as Twitter and YouTube, and a televised special beginning at 8pm EST on following services such as ABC, CBS, and NBC. The event will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert, and Jimmy Fallon.
Curated by Lady Gaga, who has raised $95 million for COVID-19 Relief, she has compiled a movie credit list of over 100 celebrities of both performers and presenters to pass the time.
Who are you excited to see perform? Check out who is performing and which part of the show they will be on below:
Lady Gaga has done it again.
After the delay of her sixth studio album, Chromatica, fans have been wondering when we will hear from the artist again.
Well she has in fact been working. The President of the World Health Organization has very publicly expressed his gratitude towards Gaga for her work in helping to find a cure for the COVID-19 and supplying medical teams with needs.
After raising $35 million dollars through public requests for donations, Gaga went on to the World Health Organization Press Conference to publicly announce that she is rewarding those affected by the global pandemic by announcing a virtual benefit concert - #TogetherAtHome, in cooperation with Global Citizen.
The event is not meant to be a fundraiser, but meant to be a distraction for those stuck at home, and anyone who can tune in.
The event will take place on April 18th and will be available to stream everywhere. Including CBS, NBC, Twitter, YouTube, Prime Video, and many more.
Performers include Lady Gaga herself, Kacey Musgraves, Lizzo, Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and many more.