Tens of World Famous Artists Will Take Part in an Event That Will Be Broadcast All Over The World

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While humanity is at war with the coronavirus, many world-famous artists will take part in the special event to be held this evening. The event, which will be broadcast live on many platforms and TV channels, can also be watched on some TV channels in our country.

The coronavirus, which continues to spread rapidly worldwide, has infected 2 million 259 thousand people according to the data announced to date and caused the death of 154 thousand people in total. While the world was closed to the house due to the virus, every event was either postponed or canceled.

Although we are told that we should wait at least 1 year for a vaccine that is effective against coronavirus, this can only be done with the devotion of the institutions, researchers and healthcare professionals that serve treatment and healthcare. That is why many events are organized to support healthcare professionals worldwide. The ‘One World: Together At Home’ event, which will take place among these events, seems to be one of the biggest events ever held.

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One World: Together At Home, organized by Global Citizen and curated by Lady Gaga, will be a show attended by many famous artists and legends. The show will be broadcast live in the USA via ABC, NBC, CBS, iHeartMedia and Bell Media channels simultaneously.

Of course, there is a reason why we say it is the largest coronavirus event ever organized for this show. Samuel L. Jackson, John Legend, Sarah Jessica Parker, Taylor Swift, Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, David and Victoria Beckham, Alicia Keys, Pharrel Williams, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, J Balvin, Lady Gaga, Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder in the show , Billie Eilish, rock legend The Rolling Stones and many more famous names.

The One World: Together At Home event, which will support the World Health Organization, will be presented by the names Andrea Bocelli, Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel. People affected by the coronavirus will be remembered at the event and they will be conveyed to the healthcare staff on the front line.


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