Little Mix join the already super-queer line-up of Lady Gaga’s One World: Together At Home concert. Here’s how to watch them
Here’s how you can watch One World: Together At Home live as it happens, and when you’ll be able to watch Little Mix’s exclusive UK performance on BBC One.
One World: Together At Home will be watched by millions around the world this weekend, with Lady Gaga assembling a far-reaching line-up of singers, actors and entertainers for the benefit concert.
Little Mix will join the already incredible list of One World: Together At Home performers, which as it stands includes *deep breath* Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Sam Smith, Celine Dion, Oprah Winfrey, Alicia Keys, Camila Cabello and many, many others.
In curating One World: Together At Home, time was of the essence for Lady Gaga.
The singer reportedly set up a “war room” in order to make the concert happen in just 12 days, with Hugh Evans, CEO of Global Citizen, revealing the singer has had a hand in all aspects of planning.
The concert will raise money to buy protective equipment for healthcare workers battling coronavirus. The funds are being raised through corporate contributions.
In the US the show will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert, and on Thursday (April 16) the BBC has confirmed that Dermot O’Leary, Clara Amfo and Claudia Winkleman will present a special UK broadcast with extra performances from British artists including Tom Jones and Rag ‘N’ Bone Man.
How to watch One World: Together At Home.
You can watch One World: Together At Home live right here, on the YouTube stream below. The pre-show begins at 2pm ET/7pm BST on Saturday (April 18), with the main concert starting at 8pm ET/1am BST.
ABC, CBS and NBC will broadcast the show live from 8pm ET.
One World: Together At Home will also be streamed live on Amazon Prime Video, Apple (Music, TV and Beats1), Facebook, Instagram, Twitch and Twitter.
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How to watch One World: Together At Home in the UK.
Brits can watch a special version of the concert on BBC One from 7.15 pm on Sunday (April 19), with additional footage from the US event available on the iPlayer for 30 days.
UK viewers can also watch online at the above platforms, which are broadcasting globally.
How does One World: Together At Home work?
Though the concert has been put together to raise funds for the World Health Organisation’s support efforts, it is not a traditional telethon.
We have raised the money ahead of time and we’re going to continue fundraising before the show,” Gaga explained to Stephen Colbert.
“So when you guys introduce the whole special, you can tell everyone to put your wallets away, put your money away because we don’t need it — we raised the money already!”
Gaga and Global Citizen have raised $35 million for the World Health Organisation, which will be used to fund protective equipment for healthcare workers.