Lady Gaga’s Coronavirus Concert One World: Together At Home – When Is It And How Can I Watch It?
16 April 2020, 11:17 | Updated: 16 April 2020, 11:21
What time is Lady Gaga's One World: Together At Home on? And how can I watch it? The concert line up stars the likes of Lizzo, Billie Eilish, and Finneas.
One World: Together At Home, put together by Lady Gaga, will be a one-off special broadcast event featuring a whole host of performers and stars to “celebrate the global community and the power of human spirit” - so what time is it on? And how can I watch it?
Gaga helped raise over $35million (£28million) within the space of a week ahead of the show, contacting more than 68 corporate leaders to ask them to join her Corporate Kindness list of funds which will go toward essential PPE supplies aiding the coronavirus response.
However, the unique concert is not a fundraiser and the pop sensation is urging fans all money will be raised before the event so that people around the world can sit back and enjoy the show “you all very much deserve."
When is One World: Together At Home on and what time?
One World: Together At Home will be broadcast live on Saturday 18 April across various networks in the USA, showing performances from Lady Gaga herself, as well as Billie Eilish, Elton John, Finneas, Lizzo, and Paul McCartney.
Taylor Swift, Shawn Mendes, Rita Ora, Sam Smith, Liam Payne, and more were additionally announced as part of the line-up days before the show.
The show will be hosted by Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert.
In the UK, One World: Together At Home will air the following day, on 19 April.
How can I watch One World: Together At Home?
The BBC will be broadcasting the concert on Sunday 19 April in a two-hour programme from 7.15pm - 9.15pm.
Although we won’t be able to watch it live at the same time as the US, viewers can still catch the whole performance from Lady Gaga on iPlayer.
BBC’s programme will be adapted for the UK audience, meaning it won’t air in the way it will originally play out Stateside.
The BBC show will include highlights from the event, as well as exclusive performances from UK artists and interviews from key workers.
Performances not featured in the UK adapted version will be available on BBC iPlayer.