Star-Studded 'One World' Concert To Rally Support For Health Care Workers

Star-Studded 'One World' Concert To Rally Support For Health Care Workers

Star-Studded 'One World' Concert To Rally Support For Health Care Workers

The Rolling Stones have announced their addition to the global event's lineup, joining fellow iconic acts like Elton John, Stevie Wonder and Celine Dion to be broadcast locally on Network 10.

Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Lizzo, and many more delivered powerful virtual performances during Saturday's "One World: Together at Home" concert. After that, the main two-hour TV will be broadcast at 01:00 BST on Sunday.

'What Global Citizen has done with all of us and the World Health Organization is so attractive, ' said the singer born Stefani Germanotta.

The event, organized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the nonprofit group Global Citizen, was the biggest celebrity effort so far to mark the coronavirus pandemic that has killed more than 150,000 people worldwide. Produced by Global Citizen, One World (which aired Saturday on ABC, CBS, NBC and a slew of cable channels and streamers) featured real-life stories from frontline doctors, nurses and families around the world, plus expert advice from WHO and various disease specialists.

Lady Gaga's "One World: Together at Home" concert will air over the weekend.

American late-night television personalities Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert will host that show. Meanwhile, before the show, a six-hour live-stream is going on right now and it started off at 2:00 PM ET.

We have rounded up the ways you can see the show or live stream it below.

The Grammy and Oscar-winning entertainer has already raised $50 million for COVID-19 relief by reaching out to major corporations and philanthropists.

The digital platforms where the program will be live-streamed are Amazon Prime Video, Facebook, Instagram, Yahoo, TIDAL, Twitter, Youtube, Twitch and Apple platforms. Join the movement by taking action here to support the fight against COVID-19.

This money will go to the WHO's COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, which has sent personal protective equipment to 75 countries, including tens of thousands of surgical masks, N95 face masks, face shields, gloves, goggles, and gowns.

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