Lady Gaga announced star-studded virtual concert

Lady Gaga announced star-studded virtual concert

Lady Gaga announced star-studded virtual concert

The event finds Global Citizen partnering with the World Health Organization, with ABC, NBC, Viacom CBS Networks, iHeart Media and Canada's Bell Media networks all set to air the special, which will take place on Saturday, April 18 at 8PM ET and 5PM PT.

Making it right. Lady Gaga stopped by The Tonight Show: Home Edition to apologize to Jimmy Fallon for her awkward exit from her previous appearance, during which she was supposed to reveal her upcoming coronavirus-related project.

It is meant to support the World Health Organization's (WHO's) COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

During a call with World Health Organisation, the Bad Romance songstress announced that she is organising a One World: Together At Home, in partnership with Global Citizen.

The "Bad Romance" singer announced Monday that she had called on the "greatest artists in the world" - including Elton John, Lizzo and Billie Eilish - for the two-hour "Together at Home" special.

Gaga, who recently revealed that she raised $35 million in the past week for the World Health Organization, curated the huge lineup of artists that also includes Alanis Morissette, John Legend, Finneas, Burna Boy, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and more.

Lorna Clarke, the controller for BBC Pop, said of the booking: "I'm thrilled that BBC One is to broadcast coverage of this very special event, featuring some of the world's most loved musicians, to show support to care workers all over the world at this challenging time".

As of Monday morning, the novel coronavirus has infected more than 1.2 million people across 180 countries and territories, resulting in over 70,000 deaths.

'Interviews with experts from the World Health Organization as well as stories from healthcare workers on the front lines of the global pandemic will also be featured'.

SRK and Priyanka are among several celebrities expected atthe event, along with David Beckham, Idris and Sabrina Elba, Kerry Washington, and "Sesame Street" cast members. The event is titled One World: Together At Home. It will be available on major cable networks and it will be live streamed by Apple, Amazon, FaceBook, YouTube, and more. She explained that the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund will spend the donated money to get supplies to medical workers, expand testing, and boost 10 biotech firms researching vaccines.

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