'One World' Concert Curated By Lady Gaga Raises Millions To Combat Coronavirus A Lady Gaga-curated concert called "One World: Together At Home" raised almost $128 million Saturday night to help fight the pandemic. We take a moment to listen in.
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'One World' Concert Curated By Lady Gaga Raises Millions To Combat Coronavirus

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'One World' Concert Curated By Lady Gaga Raises Millions To Combat Coronavirus

'One World' Concert Curated By Lady Gaga Raises Millions To Combat Coronavirus

'One World' Concert Curated By Lady Gaga Raises Millions To Combat Coronavirus

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A Lady Gaga-curated concert called "One World: Together At Home" raised almost $128 million Saturday night to help fight the pandemic. We take a moment to listen in.

LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST:

A hundred and 28 million dollars for fighting COVID-19. That's what was raised last night by "One World: Together At Home," an extravaganza curated by Lady Gaga and featuring an array of stars from - you guessed it - their homes.

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ELTON JOHN: (Singing) You know, I'm still standing better than I ever did.

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LADY GAGA: (Singing) See that life is still worthwhile...

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TAYLOR SWIFT: (Singing) I'll paint the kitchen neon. I'll brighten up the sky...

GARCIA-NAVARRO: Elton John, Taylor Swift, plus J.Lo, Lizzo - six hours of musicians jamming from their flashy pads, including these fellows.

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THE ROLLING STONES: (Singing) You can't always get what you want.

GARCIA-NAVARRO: And we go out with the Rolling Stones.

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