Elton John and Mariah Carey are mobilizing in the fight against the coronavirus

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What are you doing on march 29th ? During this containment, why not respond to the call to Elton John, Mariah Carey and many others who offer a concert of the most original.

While the containment becomes the rule for more than half of the planet, many initiatives are taken by the people to greet their medical services and cheer you up. The Italians have opted for concerts at the windows of their buildings. The French applaud every evening to 20 hours to those who are forced to leave their homes for work. Side artists also things are moving on the social networks. In France, many personalities will move to occupy the residents confined. Yesterday, Wednesday, march 25, 2020, Richard Kolinka (drummer for the band Phone), and Philippe Torreton improvised a song of Jubilation, of Navarre Scott Momaday filmed by the girlfriend of the actor thrilled to capture this duo new neighbours and to show it on Facebook. Karine Le Marchand, for his part, has decided to return to her role of matchmaker by talking all the evening with the singles lack of love on Instagram. It is on this network that the singer Jenifer has just announced that she gave one of the dresses of his tour to the association of SPS who comes to the aid of personal hospital.

The american stars are mobilizing

Next epicentre of the pandemic Covid-19 announced, the United States is preparing to live one of the worst crises of their history. Aware of what is happening now in Europe, some artists have decided to unite to help health care providers american. Our confreres of Variety ahead for the Sunday, march 29, next the The iHeart Living Room Concert for America, a concert – as its name suggests – which will be filmed in the stays of some of the major stars of the song across the Atlantic. To the poster of this rendez-vous, broadcast on all channels of the network Fox, and on the application IHeartRadio : Elton John, Alicia Keys, the Backstreet Boys, Billie Eilish, Billie Joe Armstrong, Mariah Carey and Tim McGraw… Variety announces a one-hour concert for the benefit of two charities helping victims of the pandemic, Feeding America and First Responders Children’s Foundation.

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