6 Highlights From the "One World: Together at Home" Show

April 20, 2020
Lady Gaga attends the SAG-AFTRA Foundation's 3rd Annual Patron of the Artists Awards

Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for SAG-AFTRA Foundation


Saturday's One World: Together at Home was a star-studded affair, with amazing from home performances by some of the biggest names in music. The show also gave fans a glimpse into the homes of these famous people, and here are some of the things their performances revealed, per USA Today:  

Elton John loves basketball. While the singer performed from his home, several basketballs and a hoop were visible in the background

Charlie Watts appeared to be playing air drums. While the Rolling Stones performed "You Can't Always Get What You Want” over four screens, drummer Watt seemed to be using drumsticks without any actual drums. 

Charlie Puth forgot to make his bed. The 28-year-old pop star performed his song "See You Again,” from his bedroom, and fans took notice of the unmade bed behind him. "Charlie Puth is the only person whose home looks like he’s actually been in quarantine," one Twitter commenter joked.

John Legend has his awards on display. Legend performed a duet of “Stand By Me” with Sam Smith, and in it you could clearly see shelves of his numerous awards. It’s the prerogative of being an EGOT winner. 

Sheryl Crow has a huge poster that just says "Fried Chicken." Fans noticed the poster on the singer’s ceiling behind her as she sang “I Shall Believe.”