The Global Citizen and the World Health Organization's two-hour special, “One World: Together at Home” aired Saturday night on ABC, NBC, CBS and several other cable networks, and it certainly had a lot of great performances for folks stuck at home to enjoy.
The special was not a telethon to raise money; rather it was a way to entertain while thanking the workers on the frontline fighting the coronavirus. But prior to the broadcast Global Citizen and Lady Gaga, who curated the show, was able to raise $127.9 million in commitments in support of health care workers in the fight against COVID-19.
Ahead if the show, Gaga took to Instagram Live to share an emotional message, offering, "I'm so grateful to all the healthcare workers and the medical workers and all the grocery store workers and delivery people and the postal workers [and] all the other non-profits that are working so hard," noting, "I just want you to know that this is really a true love letter to all of you all over the world, and I hope a reminder to the kindness that's occurring right now."
Prior to the televised show, there were six hours of livestream performances from artists like Annie Lennox, Maren Morris and Hozier, Adam Lambert, Jennifer Hudson, Lady Antebellum, Michael Buble, Niall Horan, The Killers, and more.
Source: Dr. Dave's Ultimate Prep