Elton John to Host Coronavirus Advantage with Remote Performance

Lula Sharp
March 30, 2020

Tonight, on Sunday, March 29, Fox and iHeart team up to put on the "iHeart Living Room Concert for America," which will be hosted by Elton John and feature some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry streaming and performing remotely from the comfort of their own homes.

Everyone is staying at home, even your favorite musicians.

The 2020 iHeartRadio Music Awards was originally supposed to air tonight, but it was canceled earlier this month because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The network wants as many people as possible to watch, so they'll air the concert on all of their linear and digital platforms. There will be no commercials during the one-hour concert.

The event isn't just to entertain.

Charlie PuthY Madison beer You'll also join in the fun, which starts at 12 p.m. EST, with all the money donated during the event to benefit the Solidarity Response Fund COVID-19 of the World Health Organization.

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Throughout the night, there will be segments honoring health care workers and first responders.

Elton John has shared a photo on Instagram as he prepares to rocket into living rooms across the America.

Also taking part are Demi Lovato, Lizzo, H.E.R., Ciara, and her sportsman husband Russell Wilson.

Will present remote performances by Alicia Keys, Backstreet Boys, Billie Eilish, Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day, Mariah Carey and Tim McGraw. All the artists will movie their performances from inside their properties with their private cell telephones, cameras, and audio gear.The iHeart Residing Room Live performance for America can pay tribute to front-line well being professionals, first responders, and different native heroes who're serving to cease the unfold of the coronavirus.

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