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The special was also simulcast on networks owned by ViacomCBS (BET, BET Her, CMT, Comedy Central, Logo TV, MTV, MTV2, MTV Classic, MTV Live, Nick at Nite, Paramount Network, Pop, Tr3s, TV Land, and VH1),[49] NBCUniversal (Bravo, E!, MSNBC, NBCSN, Syfy, Universo and USA Network),[50] Walt Disney Television (Freeform and National Geographic),[50] Katz Broadcasting (Bounce TV and Laff),[51] Bloomberg Television, and on AXS TV. On April 18, 2020, the songs performed on the show sold more than 12,000 digital downloads—a gain of 735% versus April 17, 2020. 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(He got his own licks in, merging the song into his enduringly troubled “Love’s in Need of Love Today,”) Lizzo being the one to bring the familiar “A Change is Gonna Come” to fruition? At the end of the tune, she put her finger to the corner of her mouth and flicked it, as if to send her smile out to the audience, as she hit a final high key on the piano. House Select Coronavirus Crisis Subcommittee, Great American Economic Revival Industry Groups, Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act, Pandemic Response Accountability Committee, Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery, COVID-19 Congressional Oversight Commission, Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act, Take Me to the World: A Sondheim 90th Celebration, U.S. You never knew from one segment to the next how each musician would choose to present himself or herself. When it is the duo of Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello pulling up the inevitable “What a Wonderful World”… well, honestly, that could have either way, but they sounded great together, and paid off the suspense of which one is most likely to appear in a bolo tie. At the other extreme was Taylor Swift’s “Soon You’ll Get Better,” a cancer-themed ballad of sheer despair that the show needed as an 11:00 number, and as a reality check after so many assurances that everything will be all right, when we know that so many people won’t. Folkie mode, or phantom orchestra? If leaving these act to their own devices isn’t the definition of “variety show,” nothing is. It demonstrates vividly how the power of music can unite us all and help us through challenging times. As did the solemnity she inevitably struck on the other end of the two hours, joining up with Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli on their famous duet of “The Prayer” and turning it into a four-parter with John Legend (or five, counting accompanist Lang Lang). Was this any time to be cute? On a day when U.S. deaths from COVID-19 reached their peak to date, there couldn’t have been a more appropriate song for all the families of ICU patients sitting at home, searching for each new set of probabilities and statistics as they face utter uncertainty. The patron of the cause is Ursula von der Leyen (President of the European Commission). Why did Ronnie Wood’s licks appear to be live but Charlie Watts’ air-drumming not so much so? When John Legend and Sam Smith sang a remote duet, there was no escaping the sight of Legend’s collective EGOT, in the shiny flesh, perched immediately over his shoulder. Boney M’s? The upturn in Swift’s mouth as she wrapped up her appearance was measured in micro-millimeters, as it should be. Lady Gaga's jaunty "Smile," Taylor Swift's worried "Soon You'll Get Better" and the Stones' playful, practical "Can't Always Get What You Want" hit the right combination of notes. [69], One World: Impact is a six-episode digital series that shows how things have gone two months after One World: Together at Home.[70]. But when Stevie Wonder is the one reviving Bill Withers’ “Lean on Me,” well, there’s nothing to dread. Somehow, in their own way, the Rolling Stones split the difference, by performing “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” (They could have said, a la Bono, “Donald Trump stole this song, and we’re stealing it back,” but did not.) And if it wasn’t clear why “Lady Madonna” needs to have the boogie-woogie stripped out of it, it was fun just as something different for Beatlemaniacs who are always welcoming surprises this late in the day. When we wake up with Billie Joe in the fall, will it be Swift’s wrenching ballad that we remember? The guy who seemed least interested in setting a mood of any kind was Burna Boy, with his bare cinderblock wall, grey leisure suit and cords dangling in the corner of the frame, all the finer to focus you on the shots of distress in the world of “the African giant.”, There were moments where the special seemed just a little bit less more about show business, and these were more tickling than offensive. Not a problem. The One World: Together At Home Concert is set to be a star-studded event with guests like Lady Gaga, Lizzo and Taylor Swift. Instead of private individuals, funds were raised from corporations and institutions such as Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Rockefeller Foundation. [66], Guinness World Records announced on May 22 that the global broadcast special set records for the most musical acts to perform at a remote music festival and the most money raised for charity by a remote music festival. She opened the show alone with Charlie Chaplin’s “Smile,” a song that can be played a little maudlin — but, yes, we all get the “though your heart is breaking” part, so she had fun with it as somebody swooped around her piano with a smartphone. Which version did their parents play for them? Full makeup and styling or au naturel? George the Poet, Little Mix, Rag'n'Bone Man and Tom Jones only appeared in the UK broadcast. [1] In the UK, the show was hosted by Clara Amfo, Dermot O'Leary and Claudia Winkleman and was broadcast on BBC One. Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga: Cheek to Cheek Live! In the end, did they sound splendid together? 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