• Lady Gaga apologized to Jimmy Fallon following an interview
  • She came unprepared at that time because details of the event she’s supposed to reveal were still in the process of finalization
  • Lady Gaga, together with artists, global health experts and world leaders, curated a digital event to raise funds for the frontline health workers amid coronavirus pandemic
  • The show “One World: Together At Home” will air on April 18 in various digital and social media platforms

Lady Gaga apologized to Jimmy Fallon following an awkward interview last week, claiming that at that time, she was not ready to divulge anything since the details were not yet finalized.

On April 2, the “A Star Is Born” actress had an online interview with Fallon, which was immediately halted. She suggested having it rescheduled on Friday and eventually, decided to go for Monday instead. Turns out that Lady Gaga is collaborating with the Global Citizen and the World Health Organization for a virtual benefit show, CNN reported.

Lady Gaga talked to Fallon on Monday apologizing for the incident. The 34-year-old singer thanked the host and his viewers for the understanding on the situation. She said that during the initial interview, they were in the process of preparation; hence, she couldn’t talk about it just yet. She reportedly had to make several phone calls to finalize the event.

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Jimmy Fallon won't change his style of comedy on “The Tonight Show” to bash President Donald Trump. Andrew Lipovsky/NBC

With the help of Lady Gaga, Global Citizen and WHO curated the “One World: Together At Home” virtual show. It is a global broadcast and digital special for the benefit of frontline health workers and WHO.

Apparently, Fallon will be a part of the show as a host, together with Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert. The show will premiere on April 18 and will be televised in ABC, ViacomCBS, BBC Music, Primevideo, AppleTV, Facebook, Instagram, IHeart Radio, Yahoo, Twitter and YouTube.

Artists and celebrities who are expected to make an appearance during the “One World: Together At Home” show are Billie Eilish, Burna Boy, Billie Joe Armstrong, Eddie Vedder, David Beckham, Finneas, Idris and Sabrina Elba, J Balvin, Kacey Musgraves, Kerry Washington, Lang Lang, Lizzo and Shah Ruhk Khan. Nick Jonas’ wife, Priyanka Chopra, will also make an appearance on the show.

Coldplay’s front man, Chris Martin, will also be joining the show, together with John Legend and Keith Urban. Famous names in the music industry like Elton John, Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, Andrea Bocelli, Alanis Morissette are also going to take part in the benefit show.

Emphasizing on the importance of togetherness amid the coronavirus crisis, Global Citizen and WHO, through this benefit digital show, are calling on philanthropists, corporations, governments, artists and everyone all over the world to support the frontline health workers by taking action against coronavirus pandemic.

Lady Gaga, together with Global Citizen, aims to raise $35 million to fight the coronavirus pandemic. In response to this effort, Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, pledged to donate $10 million, Daily Mail reported.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook. Getty Images/Justin Sullivan