Lady Gaga, Billie Joe Armstrong, Kacey Musgraves, and more shine at #TogetherAtHome
Lady Gaga kicked off the highly anticipated #TogetherAtHome event, that she curated with the World Health Organization and Global Citizen, with a rendition of Nat King Cole's "Smile," which through her relaxing voice and skillful piano playing, was able to give a performance that was able to distract the world for just a second of the hard times, and make us smile.
Lady Gaga was on Instagram last night during the televised portion of the event, sending her gratitude to the artists who took the time to create a performance for this event.
Stevie Wonder shined during his beautiful performance, making the audience able to relax while he plucked out a soulful number on his piano - it was a performance to remember.
Kacey Musgraves stopped in to perform her hit, "Rainbow," featuring the famous line, "It'll all be alright." Something about Kacey singing this song and that line makes me feel safe, and this performance was no different.
Many more artists like Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, Lizzo, John Legend & Sam Smith, and Billie Eilish gave emotional and stripped performances that were appreciated widely by audiences and fans.
Emotions were on the rise when Billie Joe Armstrong gave an acoustic performance of the cult classic, "Wake Me Up When September Ends"
And for the grand finale of the show, Lady Gaga, Celiné Dion, John Legend, Lang Lang and Andrea Bocelli performed a rendition of the famous "The Prayer," which had all of the power in the world between these talented and gifted vocalists.
Gaga was able to raise over $120 million for COVID-19.
What was your favorite performance from #TogetherAtHome?