Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes, Celine Dion and more join Lady Gaga for her coronavirus benefit show.
The trio of musical superstars will be joined this Saturday by Jennifer Lopez, Camila Cabello, Alicia Keys and Sam Smith, among others, for the One World: Together at Home event.
Curated by Gaga, 33, it is hosted by Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon.
Curator: Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes, Celine Dion and more join Lady Gaga for her coronavirus benefit show. Gaga seen here in 2018
The Perfect Illusion artist said she hoped the evening would give the artists and fans a chance to forget their problems for a few hours.
“Sit back and enjoy the show because I also believe that entertainers and performers have the unique ability to make people smile,” the Grammy winner told the cable program. “I would like to give them permission to smile and laugh when they can during this time.
“As difficult as it gets, I want to remind them that there are artists out there who really love them.”
An entire galaxy: Musical superstars like Jennifer Lopez, Camila Cabello, Alicia Keys and Sam Smith will headline the One World: Together at Home event this Saturday
Two of the many: Taylor Swift [L, in December 2019] and Celine Dion [September 2019] only two of the famous faces (and voices) will be shown
The New York City resident has recruited a talented selection of entertainers to participate in the event, with nightmare Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon co-hosting the festivities.
The lineup of stars to appear includes legends such as Elton John, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder, musical pillars such as John Legend, Chris Martin, Alanis Morissette, Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong and Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder; and contemporary breakout stars including Lizzo, Billie Eilish and J Balvin.
One World: Together at Home is broadcast on CBS, ABC and NBC and is streamed on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
Back together: Musical couple Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes [seen here November last year] both will occur
Hosts with the Most: The event is curated by Gaga, 33 and hosted by Stephen Colbert [L], Jimmy Kimmel [R] and Jimmy Fallon
Lady Gaga wished her fans a Happy Easter on Sunday amid a restrained holiday with people staying at home avoiding gatherings to quell the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
“Happy Easter to the world,” said the superstar singer in a tweet. “Many suffer now whether you celebrate Easter or not, I wish you the best day you can have. Maybe just a smile. I wish you all that today. ‘
The musician appeared on the MSNBC round table on Thursday Morning Joe, co-hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough said that she hopes people can all be decent and polite to each other during difficult times.
Greetings: Lady Gaga wished her fans a Happy Easter on Sunday amid a restrained holiday with people staying at home avoiding gatherings to quell the spread of the coronavirus pandemic
“Kindness currency is absolutely free and anyone can give it,” said the Born This Way singer, who filled in the details of how she and other entertainers are trying to use their collective platforms to help end the suffering of the global pandemic.
“If we begin to channel that as an artistic community, working with CEOs and technology companies, as well as philanthropists, we can turn it into a much larger coalition that is about being friendly,” said Gaga.
Because some celebrities have been criticized for tone deafness – an Imagine group performance led by Gal Gadot was a social media dud – Gaga acknowledged that the challenges she faces during the lockdown are different from those with fewer resources.
Focused: The superstar singer delivers a friendly message amid the hard times. She was caught in LA last year
Praise: The beauty of A Star Is Born praised the brave health workers who risked their lives every day to fight the pandemic. She was snapped in Miami in February
“I clearly know that the position I have in my home environment is very different from someone who lives in an unsanitary environment where it is very close, where they cannot get clean food, where they have no job or they lose their job.” , she said. “They cannot feed their children, they cannot feed themselves. Maybe they are in a situation where there is domestic violence in the household. ‘
The beauty of A Star Is Born praised the brave health workers who risked their lives every day to fight the pandemic.
“I feel that we are actually experiencing an absolute triumph of courage and courage unprecedented during a global pandemic and that the medical community should be celebrated,” she said.