Coronavirus: One World Together at Home concert pulls together big stars

First there was Live Aid and then there was Band Aid when we watched the most popular acts in the world from the comfort of our living rooms - now there's the One World Together at Home concert.

There were just as many big names, but this time the stars were in their living rooms too.

Lady Gaga pulled out the big guns and curated a concert of epic proportions to celebrate frontline responders from across the world.

Elton John, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder were just some of the familiar faces who were part of the line-up. And McCartney had his own personal story to tell.

"My mother, Mary, was a nurse during World War II, so I have a lot of time for the medical staff that keep us healthy," he said.

If the star-studded line-up already wasn't enough, former first ladies Laura Bush and Michelle Obama made an appearance.

And then came more celebrity cameos from David and Victoria Beckham, Oprah Winfrey, Keith Urban and his wife Nicole Kidman, and Beyonce.

No celebrity stone was unturned, even the Rolling Stones showed up and live streamed from four different living rooms.

The concert finished with a bang of Bocelli proportions - Lady Gaga hit the high notes with the man himself and Celine Dion.