Among the celebrities who have pledged their support in these dire times, singer Lady Gaga goes the extra mile to not only bring fans consolation for missing out on tours and concerts, but to also support those fighting on the frontline of the ongoing pandemic. She announced on her Twitter account that together with the World Health Organization (WHO), she will be putting on a star-studded online music festival with proceeds benefiting healthcare workers and the WHO.
#TogetherAtHome @WHO @GlblCtzn https://t.co/9nxv0J96JC pic.twitter.com/3mXi6d5tbF
— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) April 7, 2020
The festival will be held on April 18 and include artists such as Billie Eilish, Green Day singer Billy Joel Armstrong, Elton John, John Legend, and Paul McCartney, among others. It will be hosted by late-night-stars Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, and Jimmy Kimmel. This will surely be an unforgettable kind of online event.
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