Charlie Puth played with an unmade bed in the background
In scenes that we’re sure will make his mother’s eyes roll, the singer-songwriter performed See You Again with an unmade bed in the background.
Stevie Wonder paid tribute to Bill Withers
Alongside offering support to everyone stranded at home during the crisis, the pop legend delivered a tribute to singer Bill Withers, who passed away in March aged 81.
“During hardships like this, we have to lean on each other,” said Stevie Wonder. “My friend, the late Bill Withers, has the perfect song about that. And I want us to remember him tonight.”
Keith Urban saw triple
Although unable to perform with his regular band, singer Keith Urban (who is in isolation with wife Nicole Kidman), performed a backing track with some digital trickery: he filmed his song (a version of Higher Love) three times, editing together a trio of Keith Urbans into one performance.
A breathtaking finisher
.@LadyGaga, @CelineDion, @AndreaBocelli, @Lang_Lang, and @JohnLegend's incredible One World: #TogetherAtHome final performance will leave you speechless. Join us as we all unite as a global community against COVID-19: https://t.co/26xVXSb0qy pic.twitter.com/AfC2b6u8ZK
— Global Citizen (@GlblCtzn) April 19, 2020
After stunning audiences worldwide over Easter, legendary tenor Andrea Bocelli returned to screens to close the One World concert with a special performance. He joined Celine Dion, John Legend, Lang Lang and Lady Gaga to perform 1999 song The Prayer.
The One World: Together at Home highlights are on BBC One, 7.15pm tonight (Sunday 19th April). Check out what else is on with our TV Guide.