Titanic soundtrack 'my heart will go on' singer Céline Dion was joined by Andrea Bocelli on whose voice she had previously commented: "if God would have a singing voice, he must sound a lot like Andrea Bocelli" performed from home in an effort by Global Citizen and the World Health Organization's celebrity-filled virtual show to raise funds supporting the fight against coronavirus pandemic, while Lady Gaga took charge to lead.
They were joined by pianist Lang Lang, Lady Gaga and John Legend on Saturday night to sing 'The Prayer.' All from their homes as a part of #TogetherAtHome campaign. Jennifer Lopez sang Barbra Streisand's 'People,' in a feature of celebrities for more than eight-hour-long live video by Global Citizen.
Celebrities come together to raise funds for Coronavirus
Céline Dion postponed her music tour
Céline Dion postponed her music tour "Courage" while urging the people to stay home safe, reported People. Lady Gaga tweeted "we all matter" to those watched the video and also those who didn't and couldn't watch it.
The online concert was organized by Global Citizen, a movement whose main aim is to end extreme poverty by 2030 by engaging citizens. On Thursday, Dion shared her solidarity with all those who are working daily against coronavirus. "We salute your bravery and we pray for you," she said in an Instagram video while adding "We are eternally grateful."
One World: Together at Home is the special that featured many celebrities in order to support frontline healthcare workers and the WHO. Team Global Citizen at Spotify curated the official #TogetherAtHome playlist that features many performing artists
The list goes long that includes Maluma, Stevie Wonder, Keith Urban, Paul McCartney, Eddie Vedder. Don't yet stop, the featured ones include Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Shah Rukh Khan, David Beckham, Idris, Sabrina Elba and Kerry Washington. While Taylor Swift, Usher, Oprah Winfrey, Sam Smith, Shawn Mendes, Pharrell Williams and Victoria Beckham among many others made cameos.