• Cher, Pink, Salma Hayek, Millie Bobby Brown will perform in UNICEF Won't Stop concert
  • Cher will debut the Spanish version of Abba's "Chiquitita" at the UNICEF virtual concert
  • Lady Gaga's "One World: Together at Home" raised $127.9 million for the WHO Relief Fund 

Cher, Pink, Salma Hayek, Millie Bobby Brown and more will join the UNICEF virtual fundraiser.

UNICEF USA is joining the organizations holding virtual concerts to raise funds for coronavirus pandemic. Several big stars are set to perform for the “UNICEF Won’t Stop” concert including Cher, Pink, Salma Hayek and Millie Bobby Brown, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Cher will debut the new music video for her Spanish version of ABBA’s “Chiquitita” at the virtual event.

Cher’s Spanish cover of ABBA’s hit “Chiquitita” debuts on May 8 and the video for the single will premiere on UNICEF’s COVID-19 virtual special. According to the Grammy winner, the organization called her and she told them she would donate the proceeds from the song liek ABB did with their Spanish version.

"I shot my part of the video at home and they later sent me the final cut with children from around the world in it. It's such a beautiful, optimistic experience. It's great when you can see anything positive now because all of the turmoil we are in,” Cher told Billboard.

Cher is very happy that the video of her song will premiere at the UNICEF virtual concert because she is a fan of the organization.

“I am so proud to premiere this new version during the broadcast of UNICEF Won't Stop,” Cher said.

“I’ve long admired UNICEF, especially for their work with young women since I was a little girl. Now, more than ever, it’s critical that we prioritize every child around the world as if they were our own.”

Aside from the aforementioned artists, more will be performing. Halima Aden, Pablo Alborán, Ross Butler, Sofia Carson, Cher, Chloe x Halle, Sheryl Crow, Eurythmics featuring Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart, Tamsen Fadal, Peter Frampton, Morgan Freeman, Pau Gasol, Jenna Bush Hager, Laurie Hernandez, Luke Islam, Angélique Kidjo, Téa Leoni, Lucy Liu, Lucy Meyer, Matthew Morrison, Musicality, Dirk Nowitzki, Kenna, Lawrence O’Donnell, Jordin Sparks, Sting, Rod Stewart, Rob Thomas, Björn Ulvaeus of ABBA, Il Volo, and The Wailers featuring Julian Marle will be there. Emma Kathleen Hepburn Ferrer will also join to pay tribut eto her grandmother, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, Audrey Hepburn.

In April, Lady Gaga brought together the biggest names in the music industry to also raise funds for the COVID-19 pandemic in her “One World: Together at Home” concert. The virtual concert made $127.9 million for the World Health Organization’s Relief Fund.

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Actress Salma Hayek visits the SiriusXM Studios on Aug. 17, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images