Lady Gaga called into Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Steven Colbert on Monday night to announce her One World: Together at Home special that will air on April 18 to support and applaud healthcare workers in the fight against COVID-19.
"I just want to help in whatever way I can," Gaga told Kimmel. "The truth is I feel very blessed to have a home, I feel blessed that I have access to good food that is healthy and clean, and I wanted to figure out what I could do with my time to be of service."
Gaga made sure to emphasize that while One World: Together at Home is a charity event, it is not a fundraiser. The project aims to take in funds from corporations before the show and has already raised about $35 million. During her chat with Fallon, Gaga even called Apple CEO Tim Cook to confirm a "quite sizable" donation of $10 million to the WHO's COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.