She also got Tim Cook to agree to a huge donation from Apple.
A major effort deserves a major push and on Monday night (April 6) Lady Gaga made history by appearing on all the major late night talk shows to announce the lineup for the Global Citizen/World Health Organization "One World: Together at Home" concert. After a brief appearance last week on The Tonight Show during which she didn't say much, but promised big news, Gaga was back Zooming with Jimmy Fallon from her home office to first reveal who is hosting the prime time event.
"Would you like to know who's hosting?" she asked Fallon, who eagerly said yes just hours after the full lineup of the show was announced. "You... I got Jimmy Fallon and guess who else I got?" she asked, holding up a pink Post-It note with Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel's name on it as well. The late night giants will come together to help host the show on NBC, CBS and ABC. "The thing I've been most excited about is when I talk to people and I just see everyone want to jump in and help and be a part of it," Gaga said of the two-hour show (8-10 p.m. ET) that will air on April 18.