Organizers said the two singers, Taylor Swift and Jennifer Lopez, and media actor Oprah Winfrey joined a special show worldwide to celebrate the efforts of their businesses in light of the Corona virus epidemic.
The show has been dubbed “One World Together at Home” or “One World Together at Home” and will include lyric and comedic paragraphs and stories told by doctors, nurses and grocers.
The organizers also announced that there will be an additional six-hour broadcast that will be attended by major sports stars such as British Formula 1 racing champion Lewis Hamilton and American women’s football player Megan Rapino and dozens of singers, actors and personalities influencing social media.
The broadcast will precede the two-hour show and will be broadcast by numerous television networks in North America and the world on Saturday evening, in the largest effort to express solidarity with front-line workers to tackle the virus.
Everyone will participate in the event, which is based on the World Health Organization and the Global Citizen Rights Group, remotely because of social divergence and public isolation measures aimed at curbing the spread of the virus that has killed more than 124,000 people worldwide.
The famous singer Lady Gaga announced the event last week but the number of posts has increased greatly and now includes some of the biggest names in the world of celebrities such as Celine Dion, Billy Ilish, John Legend, Elton John, Paul McCartney, Chris Martin, Andrea Bocelli and Michael Poble.