Baithe-baithe kya karein? Watch these 13 Performances from One World: Together At Home
By Bandook - April 21, 2020
The Lady Gaga-curated One World: Together At Home event managed to raise over $120 million in funds for WHO’s Solidarity Relief Fund in association with Global Citizen.
In attendance were Bollywood superstars – Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Shah Rukh Khan. The event also witnessed celebrated Indian artists like Lisa Mishra and Vishal Mishra. Over 100 performances – both live and pre – recorded concerts, the show saw some exceptional performances from artists singing from the comfort of their homes.
In India, Viacom18’s English Cluster and OTT platform – Comedy Central, Colors Infinity, Vh1 India and Voot aired the program LIVE on April 19 at 5.30am.
Missed it? Fikar not! Watch it on VOOT at any time.
Alternatively, you can watch the repeat telecast today on Comedy Central (5 pm) and Vh1 India (at 9pm).
Here are the performances you just can’t miss
Billie Eilish & Finneas performing “Sunny” by Bobby Hebb
Putting a spin on the classic song, Billie Eilish performed with her brother Finneas joining her by playing the piano as she sang.
John Legend and Sam Smith performing “Stand By Me”
The song that was sung at the royal wedding in 2018, made a comeback for a combined performance by Sam Smith and John Legend.
Taylor Swift’s melodious performance to “Soon You’ll Get Better”
The song that was originally written and recorded for her mother, resonated with all those families who lost a dear one in the battle against the global pandemic.
Lady Gaga’s rendition of “Smiles”
Spreading some cheer and pouring her heart out, Lady Gaga sang the classic ‘Smiles’, making it one of the show – stopping performances. In her element, the singer was seen playing her piano at home as she emoted the song
Camila Cabello & Shawn Mendes’ performance of “What A Wonderful World”
The sublime performance delivered by Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes struck a chord with the audience. Sitting side-by-side at the piano and blending their vocals, they elevated their performance.
Lizzo’s heart touching performance of “A Change Is Gonna Come”
As a natural show stopper whenever she performs, Lizzo rendered the audience speechless as belted out Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come”. Taking it a notch higher even without any background performers and props, she stole the highlight.
Maluma sets the mood
The Colombian heartthrob was accompanied by an acoustic guitar as he performed with a lush landscape for a backdrop
Sir Elton John sings “I’m Still Standing”
Singing a fast-paced “I’m Still Standing”, Sir Elton John served support to everyone at the frontlines of the pandemic. Thanking their contributions, he begins the musical performance that will surely get your feet tapping.
Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, Lady Gaga, Lang Lang, John Legend perform “The Prayer”
Surprising the audience with a special appearance in the performance of “The Prayer”, the legendary singer was joined by her duet partner Andrea Bocelli, plus event curator Lady Gaga, John Legend, and pianist Lang Lang for the performance.
Jennifer Lopez singing “People”
Seated at a backyard tree lined with glowing white lights, Jennifer Lopez, takes on the classic “People” by Funny Girl. Reminding us what a great vocalist she is, she impresses the viewers with the humility in her performance.
The Rolling Stones belt to their hit “You Can’t Ways Get What You Want”
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, and Ronnie Wood zoomed in from their own homes to perform their hit ‘You Can’t Ways Get What You Want.’ The Stones exuded an enthusiasm like always that shone through their performance too.
Lisa Mishra sings “Sajna Ve”
Dedicating the Vishal Mishra composition she sung for, to all the lovers who are away from each other, Lisa Mishra played the guitar from her grandfather’s house.
Vishal Mishra belts out ‘Aaj Bhi’
Starting with a message to everyone to stay home and stay safe, he dedicated the song to everyone who has lost someone they loved dearly to this pandemic.
Watch all these performances and more on VOOT right now and tune in today to Comedy Central (5 pm) and Vh1 India (at 9pm) for the repeat telecast.>