See Every Performer at the One World: Together At Home Concert

The One World: Together At Home Concert is set to be a star-studded event with guests like Lady Gaga, Lizzo and Taylor Swift. Click through to see all your favorite performers.

By Pamela Avila Apr 20, 2020 6:37 PMTags
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The day is here for one of the largest Coronavirus fundraising relief efforts to date with One World: Together at Home

Curated by Lady Gaga and in partnership with Global Citizen and the World Heath Organization, the One World: Together at Home event will celebrate healthcare workers around the globe at the front lines of the pandemic.

The event will also support the U.N. Foundation's COVID-19 Response Fund. 

Ahead of this weekend's event, the 34-year-old singer and songwriter has already worked with both organizations to secure $35 million in donations for the COVID-19 Response Fund. 

During the highly-anticipated event, we'll see performances and appearances from musical guests including Paul McCartneyStevie WonderBillie EilishLizzoAlicia KeysBecky GElton JohnKacey MusgravesUsherJ BalvinLuis Fonsi and many more. 

Viewers at home from all over the globe will also see appearances from their favorite non-musician celebs like Victoria BeckhamDavid BeckhamIdris ElbaAmy PoehlerLeslie Odom Jr.Jimmy Kimmel and more. 

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If you missed any performances during the One World: Together At Home event, make sure to scroll through our gallery and follow along with our live blog!

Andra Day

She kicked off the star-studded event by singing her hit "Rise Up."

Niall Horan

The former boy bander played his guitar while belting out "Black and White."

Vishal Mishra

After his stunning performance of "Aaj Bhi," the singer took a moment to send his gratitude to everyone doing their part amid the Coronavirus pandemic: "Thank you for being the angel right now."

Sofi Tukker

"From our house to yours," the duo began, "This is our song 'Purple Hat.'"

Maren Morris & Hozier

In her first performance since giving birth, the country superstar was joined by Hozier for their hit "Bones."

Adam Lambert

The American Idol alum wowed views with his rendition of "Mad World." He returned later to perform "Superpower."

Rita Ora

The Fifty Shades of Grey actress performed "I Will Never Let You Down."

Hussain Al Jassmi

The Emirati superstar sang "Mohen Jedan" and "Bahebek Wahashtini."


She belted out "Rainbow" while the screen showed young kids holding up their drawings. Later, she performed "Praying."

Lang Lang & Gina Alice Redlinger

The duo beautifully played "Four Hands" on the piano.

Luis Fonsi

The singer performed "No Me Doy Por Vencido," which he said, "means basically I'll never give up."

Jennifer Hudson

The actress' delivered a beautiful performance of "Memory" from Cats. 

Liam Payne

Before singing his new single "Midnight," the Brit offered words of encouragement. "For my own personal benefit, I'm trying to think of all the beautiful things that are coming out of it and staying positive," he said. "This is one of them. I really feel at the moment we're all being brought a lot closer together by this solidarity that we have to feel right now. I think it's important so everybody keep their heads up. I hope you're enjoying yourselves at home as much as you can. I hope me singing today brings some people some enjoyment."

Black Coffee & Delilah Montagu

Streaming in from South Africa, the duo performed "Drive."

The Killers

They rocked out to their classic "Mr. Brightside." They grabbed their guitar and piano once again for "Caution."

Eason Chan

Performing from China, he strummed his guitar and he sang "I Have Nothing."

Lisa Mishra

She dedicated her song "Sajna Ve" to "all the lovers" who were away from each other.

Milky Chance

After belting out "Stolen Dance," the reminded viewers to help flatten the curve.

Charlie Puth

"Wash your hands," the Grammy nominee reminded fans, "with anything you've got." He then launched into an inspiring version of his breakout hit, "See You Again."

Jessie Reyez

She performed a stripped down, acoustic version of "Coffin."

Picture This

For the first time ever, they performed this new hit "Troublemaker."

Ben Platt

He kicked off his set with a beautiful cover of the Beatles' "I Want To Hold Your Hand."

Jessie J

The Brit encouraged fans to singalong to her hit "Flashlight."


From his living room, the Oscar winner rapped "The Light."

Jacky Cheung

His "Touch of Love" rendition was moving.

Sebastian Yatra

"Let's keep celebrating the lives of community workers and healthcare workers all over the world who are our heroes," he said before his "Robarte Un Beso" performance. "Let's be their heroes as well by staying home."

Delta Goodrem

The Aussie played the piano while belting out "Together We Are One."

Annie Lennox

Ahead of singing "I Saved the World," the activist said it was "an honor and privilege to be taking part in this incredible concert." 

Sheryl Crow

"We're all in this together," she said to more than 600,000 viewers before singing "I Shall Believe."


The Colombian musician sang "Mas Futuro Que Pasado."

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(This story was originally published on Saturday, April 18 at 7:19 p.m. PT)

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