Lady Gaga is curating a music festival in response to the coronavirus.
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Lady Gaga might have postponed her album release, but she's still curating music. This time, it's in the form of a virtual festival called One World: Together at Home, featuring some of the biggest artists in the music industry. 

Billie Eilish, Lizzo, Paul McCartney, and other musicians will perform in a livestreamed broadcast on April 18 to celebrate health care workers around the world. Plus, the concert, in collaboration with Global Citizen and the World Health Organization, will support the UN Foundation's COVID-19 Response Fund.

Gaga has already raised $35 million and is working with so many celebrities to get this Live Aid–style concert together. Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert will host together.

Lady Gaga was inspired to help in the best way she knows how.

Gaga is an entertainer through and through, and she partnered with Global Citizen and the WHO to get this event rolling. Gaga shared that she had been working with global corporations to raise money for health care professionals and the COVID-19 relief fund. The money will help allocate resources to hospitals that are in desperate need.

Along with fundraising, Gaga has also planned a multihour concert event with Global Citizen.

Global Citizen has already featured some #togetherathome concerts from John Legend to Coldplay's Chris Martin. Now this concert series is on an entirely new level. Gaga wanted the live music event to be entertainment only. So, she shared in a social media post, "We will raise the money before we go on air, so when we do go live, put your wallets away and sit back and enjoy the show that you all very much deserve. I love you all."

Lady Gaga postponed her album, but has been working on this major music and entertainment event.

Gaga decided to make the difficult decision to postpone her album Chromatica to be released in a more positive time. Instead, she is focusing all of her efforts on coronavirus relief and entertaining fans. She shared a lengthy and heartfelt post to her fans, apologizing for the delay and supporting them through this difficult time.

Gaga raised $35 million in one week.

By reaching out to huge corporations and other big Hollywood connections, Gaga managed to raise $35 million in one week. She's also fundraising up until the concert airs on April 18.

Lady Gaga curated musicians and celebrities to perform and host the special.

Gaga revealed the hosts of the event on Jimmy Fallon's late-night show. Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert (the three biggest names in late-night) will cohost the event. Plus, Gaga managed to get a substantial donation from Apple CEO Tim Cook on air.

The special is going to be aired on a multitude of platforms.

Anyone with internet access or cable will be able to watch the special. It will premiere on CBS, NBC, ABC, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Amazon Prime, and more. Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Gayle King will be part of the event as well, and apparently Nick Jonas will make a cameo too.

Gaga is making huge strides for coronavirus relief.

The singer has put her talents to good use and is helping others during these trying times. The musical event will feature Alanis Morissette, Billie Eilish, Billie Joe Armstrong, Sir Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, Eddie Vedder, Kacey Musgraves, Lizzo, Maluma, and so many more. Plus, nonmusical guests like Chopra Jonas, Kerry Washington, and Idris and Sabrina Elba will be featured.