One World: Together at Home Event, Billie Eilish, Finneas

Global Citizen

Billie Eilish's One World: Together At Home performance is everything we've ever wanted.

On Saturday, the Grammy winner showed her support for the healthcare workers on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic with a moving performance of "Sunny" by Bobby Hebb

Joining in from home with her brother Finneas, the musical siblings put on a touching performance of the 1966 Jazz and R&B song, with her brother on the piano. "I chose to sing Sunny by Bobby Hebb, I love this song, it's always warmed my heart and I want to make you guys feel good," she said before performing. 

Concluding her performance, the singer said: "Sending my love to you and I want to thank all the healthcare workers risking their lives to save ours. Thank you guys so much."

Eilish was just one of the many musicians that came together to celebrate the cause, which was the brainchild of Lady Gagain an effort to raise money for coronavirus rapid relief efforts.

Kicking off the historic benefit concert was Andra Day, who performed her empowering anthem "Rise Up." Maren Morris was also on the star-studded roster and treated fans to a performance of her and Hozier's duet "The Bones," marking her first performance since giving birth to her son in March. Choosing a song close to his heart, Ben Platt performed a cover of The Beatles' timeless hit "I Want To Hold Your Hand."

Throughout the pandemic, Eilish has been using her music to connect with her fans and raise awareness for organizations that have been providing resources for those in need.

Back in March, she participated in The Late Late Show's first-ever Homefest special, which benefited The CDC Foundation and Feed The Children.

Taking to Instagram, she also urged her fans to practice social distancing to prevent further spread of the deadly virus and flatten the curve.

"It is a really, really big deal right now, and it's not a joke. I know because a lot of us haven't seen it with our eyes, what it's been doing and who it's been affecting, it's hard to understand that it's real. But it really is real," she said in her Stories, according to Insider. "I've seen a lot of young people out in the world, all over the place, going to the club or going to the beach or just going out and hanging out, and it's really irresponsible."

And, most recently, she joined John Krasinski for his virtual prom on his YouTube show Some Good News, which was dedicated to the high schoolers whose own dances were cancelled because of the coronavirus crisis.

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