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One World: Together at Home (2020)

A broadcast of a global special organized by Global Citizen and the World Health Organization featuring comedians, musicians, and actors to raise funds in support of front line health workers in the global response to COVID-19.

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Alex Coletti
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Angèle Angèle ... Self
Anitta Anitta ... Self
Billie Joe Armstrong ... Self
Awkwafina ... Self
J Balvin ... Self
David Beckham ... Self
Victoria Beckham ... Self
Jack Black ... Self
Andrea Bocelli ... Self
Matt Bomer ... Self
Burna Boy Burna Boy ... Self
Connie Britton ... Self
Michael Bublé ... Self
Camila Cabello ... Self
Eason Chan ... Self
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A broadcast of a global special organized by Global Citizen and the World Health Organization featuring comedians, musicians, and actors to raise funds in support of front line health workers in the global response to COVID-19.

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Music | Reality-TV

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TV-PG
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Less rhetoric, more music
23 April 2020 | by anthonyjlangfordSee all my reviews

Those like myself, hoping for some decent music from many talented people will be very disappointed. Too much talking from the entitled rich trying to remain relevant in a world where they have zero importance.

One of the greatest insults was Beyonce telling us that 57% of Covid victims were African-American and were more deserving of our sympathies as though the virus was racist. Either she's suffering from persecution syndrome or from lack of relevance syndrome, thus resorting to empty virtue signalling. The irony was, in the next segment, the plight of the homeless was shown with the first person filmed sitting on the street being a young white man.

I truly hope that in the post Covid world this type of bogus victimization disappears. The people who suffer the most in this world has always been and will always be the poor. Color, sex and religion has nothing to do with it. The virus doesn't discriminate either. A ludicrous suggestion.

There was plenty of other nauseating segments too. I did like the Safety Dance routine and Eddie Vedder playing 'River Cross' solo on the organ. That was all class. Some of the segments on people helping others was nice to see but this was no modern day Live Aid.

Mostly the 'performances' were third-rate. It just goes to prove how much these people rely on a full band, fancy lighting and filming techniques to create their image. Otherwise they are just as empty as their rhetoric.


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18 April 2020 (USA) See more »

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