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Watch: The best performances from One World concert, including Elton, Celine, Lizzo

Watch the best performances from the One World: Together At Home concert.

More than 100 artists recorded performances for the global fundraiser One World: Together At Home on Saturday as part of an eight-hour broadcast that was streamed for free online and on TV.

The concert - produced by Lady Gaga in conjunction with the World Health Organisation - aimed to entertain a worldwide audience, many of whom are isolating at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, as well as raising funds for frontline workers battling the disease.

Here, SM Entertainment brings you the best performances from the show.

Lizzo covered Sam Cooke's classic 'A Change Is Gonna Come':

Sir Elton John sang his classic 'I'm Still Standing' while tinkling the ivories in his back garden:

Jennifer Lopez brought serious staging for a rendition of 'People':

Keith Urban duetted with himself for a cover of 'Higher Love' - with a predictable cameo at the end:

Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong performed a moving rendition of 'Wake Me Up When September Ends':

John Legend teamed up with Sam Smith for a cover of Ben E King's 'Stand By Me':

Soul legend Stevie Wonder covered the late Bill Withers's signature song 'Lean On Me':

The Rolling Stones united for 'You Can't Always Get What You Want':

Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli closed out the show with a rendition of their duet 'The Prayer':

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