Lady Gaga, Global Citizen and the World Health Organization made history with an indelible musical event on Saturday, which paid tribute to the workers and frontliners risking their lives during the coronavirus pandemic. Beyoncé, Oprah, Matthew McConaughey, Juanes, Taylor Swift, and many other celebrities and artists joined in on the fun. There were several OMG moments that made people laugh, cry and even do both simultaneously during the six-hour livestream. Scroll down and see all of the hidden gems and iconic moments during each star’s performance.
The Homecoming star made a surprise appearance and gave a moving and powerful speech regarding the protection of the black community during this time. Bey shared that in America, the virus has been killing black people at an alarmingly high rate, and that in a recent report from her home city, Houston, Texas, 57 percent of fatal cases from COVID-19 deaths are African-Americans.
The country singer put on a whole production when he sang, “higher Love”. By having two Kieths in the background and a cameo by his wife Nicole Kidman, he surely took the performance to a whole new level.
The “Lover” singer gave a poignant rendition of “Soon You’ll Get Better.” Her lyrics — “I’ll paint the kitchen neon” as many Swifties noticed, is a perfect match to her colorful background.
The Rolling Stones
The rock band played their classic tune, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” However, what stole the show is Charlie Watts’ air drumming during the performance! CHARLIE PUTH With the performance of his and Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again,” the singer surely did get people talking.
As she covered Barbara Streisand’s “People,” J.Lo literally lit up the room. That wasn’t her only nod to the famed singer, however. The songstress also rocked a long-sleeve shirt with Streisand’s image.
John Legend & Sam Smith
The two legendary singers sang along to iconic hit “Stand By Me.” Aside from their stellar cover, their Grammy awards sitting perfectly in the background didn’t escape the fans’ eyes.- Advertisement -
You’ll notice some interesting words on the chalkboard if you look close enough. Naturally, the actress took to Twitter these queries for inquiring minds. She wrote that the writing behind her on the wall, including “I need to pee” belongs to her landlord and not her.
During the live event, the media magnate definitely was the winner for the best-looking home and background.