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Lady Gaga & Aid Organization Collect $128 Million Donations

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With a large benefit concert on the Internet, several megastars have raised money for the fight against the coronavirus pandemic and, at the same time, a little bit of boredom and loneliness.

Stars like Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift and the Rolling Stones were there. Megastars from all over the world came together from their living rooms, from their terraces and from their home studios on Saturday evening and well into the night.

In several small streams combined into one large live video, they collected donations for the fight against the spread of the coronavirus at the virtual concert One World - Together At Home.

Touched Lady Gaga on Instagram:


Co-organizer Lady Gaga initiated the two-hour highlight show with the classic Smile. At least tonight, for a moment, she would like to make everyone smile, the singer said.

Later she showed in her Instagram story how she danced along, sang along and was moved to tears when the others, more than 100 stars, sang.

Milky Chance from Germany included:


The Show One World - Together At Home started with a six-hour live stream, in which celebrities such as Heidi Klum, the Beckhams, Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres appeared.

The two-hour show was then broadcast, including on US television, Facebook and Instagram. The successful Hessian band Milky Chance from Germany was there with the song Stolen Dance.

Born in Kassel, Philipp Dausch and Clemens Rehbein were the only German musicians on the program.

From the home studio in Kassel, the pop duo tuned in to the roundabout of international stars for just under four minutes.

Singer and guitarist Rehbein finally warned that in the crisis everyone has a responsibility to stay at home to stop the spread of the virus.

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The event was organized by singer Lady Gaga and the aid organization Global Citizen.

Global Citizen said it wanted to use the virtual show to support health workers around the world in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

The organizers announced on Sunday that $ 128 million in donations had been committed.


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Lady Gaga Is In Tears On Instagram:


Just before the "One World: Together At Home" show started, singer Lady Gaga (34) burst into tears in her Instagram story.

Lady Gaga has worked tirelessly over the past few weeks in collaboration with the Global Citizen organization to make One World: Together At Home Show a success by supporting healthcare workers and the World Health Organization (WHO).

Before the show started, the pop singer went live on her Instagram channel and shared her thoughts with numerous fans who watched her video.

Stefani Germanotta, as the real name of the star, is presented, without makeup, from her bed and held the camera very close to her face as she spoke to her followers:

Lady Gaga hopes that the support and cohesion that many people are currently giving is a positive sign for the future: "You are all so special, the world is a special place and we are all at home together and we are one world".

From the upcoming concert, the singer hoped that all viewers would feel hugged and realize that they were not alone.

"Since I was a little girl, I've always wanted to make people happy and I didn't know why, but I think I know today," she added, saying goodbye with a kiss.



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