With greetings in a multitude of languages, appropriate and lit Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon kicked off the multi-stage concert One World: Together at Home from their respective homes in different countries. But, even with the common appearance of “excessive gratitude” from former first ladies Laura Bush and Michelle Obama, Beyoncé’s words and the music of the Rolling Stones really brought the show to World Health and Select Health. social workers
Speaking of which, if the late night hosts were playing traffic cops, Beyoncé set the law.
“This virus is killing black people at alarming rates here in the United States,” Queen B said on camera in passionate plea for everyone affected by COVID-19, but especially healthcare workers, professionals of health, providers and those who guard our world. through this difficult period, many of which come from African-American communities.
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“Please protect yourself, we’re one family,” added the most nominated woman in Grammy history for everyone. “Please be patient; pray for our heroes.
In addition to the last minute on Sesame Street, Lupita Nyong’o, LL Cool J and Matthew McConaughey with a show, the Stones initially seemed to be plagued by technical difficulties, as the guitar guitarist Mick Jagger was the only one visible. However, it quickly became clear from reading rock legends about their classic “You can’t always get what you want” that slow disclosure was actually part of the band’s deal tonight. After doing their last tour like everyone else because of the coronavirus threat, Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts showed everyone how it works – as you can see in the video below:
? If you launch us, we will never stop fighting for global health. Start with The @RollingStones: https://t.co/26xVXSb0qy #TogetherAtHome pic.twitter.com/Dpze2tNyCW
– Global Citizen (@GlblCtzn) April 19, 2020
From their respective homes in the United States and the United States, the rockers who titled SARSfest in Toronto in 2003 also showed what a big band is stripped of – as Ron Howard noted a few seconds after the boys l ‘have finished:
amazing – #rollingstones
– Ron Howard (@RealRonHoward) April 19, 2020
Beyoncé didn’t sing, but from curator Lady Gaga herself, the One World show came out supernova out of the door with Stevie Wonder making Bill Withers and a very personal Paul McCarthy advocating for stronger health systems in the world and singing his Beatles classic. Mrs. Madonna for her nurse. One kingdom knight was quickly followed by another, while David and Victoria Beckham introduced Sir Elton John when he noticed Still Standing in his Los Angeles driveway.
I’m going to sit down with David and the boys tonight to watch One World: #TogetherAtHome, a global demonstration of unity to support @WHO in the fight against # COVID19 pic.twitter.com/hc0iaGQyZp
– Elton John (@eltonofficial) April 18, 2020
As the trio of late night rivals noted that the almost unprecedented two-hour prime time special response to the coronavirus crisis was broadcast on ABC, CBS and NBC, Kimmel added that One World is also on “All these live networks”. I promised to fix your parents. “
“Wherever you look tonight, we thank first responders and others for limiting this global pandemic,” also noted the Oscar winner more seriously. With heavy superstar movies on the show, Jimmy Kimmel Live !, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and The Night Show with Jimmy Fallon hosts enough to put on a monologue and shot more for the “just the lady facts.” “Dragnet’s approach.
After Colbert told viewers that they had thrown away their wallets, Kimmel realized that One World’s efforts had already raised $ 50 million for WHO. Proclaiming he came from a “nice downtown area of my house,” Colbert, as the owner of Fallon and Kimmel’s disappointment, was in a family environment for fans who watched the radio late at night for the spent a few weeks.
Another highlight was the Fallon and Tonight Show group and hip-hop weight lists The Roots. The host and group joined doctors running out of Zoom for a moving version of Men Without Hats’ classic Dance Dance from the 80s.
These movements ? Thank you for teaching us “Safety Dance”, @theroots! Make a commitment to stay at home (and practice your shoes!) Here: https://t.co/26xVXSb0qy #TogetherAtHome pic.twitter.com/iHb7qZHGRy
– Global Citizen (@GlblCtzn) April 19, 2020
Already appearing at Elton, hosted by Fox Presents The iHeart Lifestyle Concert for America last month, Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes sat down tonight for a comforting performance from “What a Wonderful World”. The songs continued through the free hip hop show of Burna Boy, Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez, EGOTer John Legend in his award room, Sam Smith, Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day, Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell, piano playing Taylor Swift and common song by Céline Dion, Gaga, Legend, Lang Lang and Andrea Bocelli. Even with all these lights, another stop of the show was Lizzo, another Living Room concert, bringing out an original and intimate interpretation of “Change Are We Coming”.
ŬAŬ. What a powerful performance from @lizzo ❤️ # TogetherAtHome @ GlblCtzn @WHO
Listen: https://t.co/Taomkk6xvU pic.twitter.com/NnMiEZJmh8
– iHeartRadio (@iHeartRadio) April 19, 2020
In a week that saw Donald Trump’s petulant suspend U.S. financial contributions to WHO, organization director Tedros Adhanom made a summit debut tonight calling for a global solution to the global health crisis.
With strong words from Idris Elba, who recently tested positive for COVID-19 and married Sabrina, the untimely event also saw Kimmel pay tribute to food delivery workers. The ABC host ordered a meal at a Los Angeles restaurant, presenting the guy who presented a pizza also a payment.
“This is not a fundraiser, so get rid of your wallets,” Gaga himself told those watching the digital flow of the event this evening, which started at 2:00 p.m. ET. Including distant performances by Jennifer Hudson tacking Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”, “The Killers, John Legend and Annie Lennox”, to name a few, the first part of the show was available on Twitter, SiriusXM , Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Amazon Prime Video and TIDAL.
Encouraged by Chris Martin of Coldplay more than a month ago, the concert series has seen some of the biggest numbers in music playing on Instagram and other online platforms. It is doubtful that tonight will be the last time that we will see any of these acts online during these difficult times.
Earlier, there were more than 2.17 million confirmed cases of coronavirus worldwide with 146,198 deaths, according to the WHO website.