One World Together At Home: when music makes the world come together.

We are all in this together.

This is what we all need to understand and it has been a leading message through out the show yesterday night: every single artist, every single doctor, nurse, first line helper interviewed during One World Together At Home Concert, repeated that this is something touching the entire world, that we are in this together, and together we will get back to normality soon, and to celebrate life again. 

Eight hours of spectacular show where singers from all around the globe – some of them I admit I didn’t even know, but at least I found some other artists to listen to – delivering messages of hope and positivity together with their songs; artists that allowed us to “walk” into their houses, into their private lives, leaving all gossips out and opening their hearts to us.

Even though the concert was mainly scheduled for USA time zone, the entire world did not give up and people watched it wherever they could – the youtube stream of Global Citizen was the most followed channel – and all these people of different countries, beliefs, colours, gender and orientations, came together as One World  on social media – #TogetherAtHome was the first trending hashtag all over the world on twitter yesterday – and celebrated with heartwarming Thank You all our first line helpers and workers around the globe, risking their lives to save ours.

The show Lady Gaga put on with all those artists, for sure, will make history and will be remembered as the biggest social and humanitarian music event after Live Aid 1985.

Music for everybody

I particularly appreciated the fact that this concert was open to artists the majority of us do not even know or have never heard about, but this is also what made this even so unique in its kind. New and pleasant discoveries like Angèle are now enriching my playlists on Spotify.

Sexy and hot singers – yes, I’m talking about MALUMA – spiced me up and stopped me to fall asleep at a certain point (yes, I live in Italy and it was more or less 1.30 am when he appeared on the screen).

And for the first time in my life I realised how strong are K-pop and their supporters but how gay their shows can be…Super M, you have a new fan.

Lady Gaga

Stephanie Angelina Germanotta, girl, you created something unique, something strong and you made people come together and understand that we are ALL in this together. Your face said it all, that was the face of someone who knew she’d put up a show that wrote history of music and of social events. 

The closing song performed by Andrea Bocelli, Céline Dion, Yang Yang, Lady Gaga and John Legend – together with being one of my absolute favourite songs of all times – gave us chills up and down our spines together with teary eyes (or at least I felt like that…. it must be because I’m aging).

For this and for all the money you and your fellow artists raised for the WHO, Mother Monster, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.


If you want to watch the full show, you can start the video below.

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