Lady Gaga performs during a concert. File
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The event, called "One World: Together at Home," will be shown on multiple television and digital networks around the world on April 18.
It will be hosted by late-night television comedians Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert.
Gaga, who said she helped curate the celebrity lineup, called in to World Health Organisation's (WHO) coronavirus briefing on Monday to unveil the project, a joint effort with advocacy group Global Citizen.
Organisers already have raised $35 million to help with the crisis, Gaga said. The money will benefit WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. Their goal is to raise funds in advance of the upcoming telecast so viewers can "sit back and enjoy the show you all deserve," she said.
The event will feature appearances and performances by Alanis Morissette, Andrea Bocelli, Billie Eilish, Chris Martin, David Beckham, Elton John, John Legend, Keith Urban, Stevie Wonder and others, according to a statement.
Idris Elba has lent his voice to a new song about black men and mental health that will benefit pandemic relief efforts.
Singer was recently forced to delay album's release due to coronavirus pandemic.
Dozens of artists will soon perform for One World: Together at Home, the global concert organised in collaboration with Lady Gaga for coronavirus relief.
During her meeting with Mayor Karic, Sheikha Bodour explained the work the IPA is undertaking and shared her belief in the importance of a resilient and sustainable publishing sector.
The song "SYL" talks about the Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal, which has been at the centre of a long-running water dispute between the late Sikh rapper's home state of Punjab and neighbouring Haryana.
She shared a picture, where the actress is seen getting her sonography done while her husband Ranbir is seen looking at the baby on the screen.