While Gaga hasn’t posted much else about the event on social yet, she’s been outspoken about the importance of physical distancing and kindness during these surreal times, posting on her Instagram earlier in March, “I love you world, we’ll all get through this.”All funds raised by the One World special event will go directly to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, which is an initiative of the U.N. Foundation. The fund is used to support and equip healthcare workers around the world and provides financial support to vetted community charities that are providing food, shelter and other essentials during COVID-19.
.@ladygaga participates in @WHO #COVID19 briefing: "Over the past seven days we've raised a total of $35 million..."Full video here: https://t.co/fBk2ZJzaCA#TogetherAtHome pic.twitter.com/uiQhJAQ8Pv— CSPAN (@cspan) April 6, 2020
In addition to raising money, the special will celebrate healthcare workers and community care workers while striving to inform viewers about COVID-19 risks and prevention. Some of these essential workers stories’ will be highlighted throughout the show.You can watch One World: Together at Home from 8-10pET on Saturday, April 18 on CTV, CTV2, TSN, CP24, Much, MTV, VRAK, and everywhere CTV content can be found. The special will also livestream on the iHeartRadio Canada app and simulcast on participating iHeartRadio Canada radio stations across the country so, with multiple ways to tune in, people can truly find a way to watch together, at home.[video_embed id='1930877']RELATED: Mariah Carey and Backstreet Boys stun with ‘90s classics at the iHeart Living Room Concert[/video_embed]
We all have a role to play — including you! Simply stay home if you can, enjoy the show, and sign up to take action with us <ahref="https://twitter.com/hashtag/TogetherAtHome?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#TogetherAtHome ⭕️. Learn more and get involved here: https://t.co/QMSMOngS2h (7/7)— Global Citizen (@GlblCtzn) April 6, 2020