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Elton John To Host Star Studded Benefit Concert For Coronavirus Healthcare Workers

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Elton John To Host Star Studded Benefit Concert For Coronavirus Healthcare Workers

Elton John To Host Star Studded Benefit Concert For Coronavirus Healthcare Workers

Elton John and friends want to make sure America's medical professionals know how much they are appreciated.

According to CNN, the superstar will host a benefit special, airing March 29 on Fox.

The star-studded special will pay tribute to health care workers and first responders amid the coronavirus pandemic and seek donations.

Performers will include Alicia Keys, the Backstreet Boys, Billie Eilish, Billie Joe Armstrong, Mariah Carey, and Tim McGraw.

All the artists will appear from their own homes and be "filmed with their personal cell phones, camera, and audio equipment".

The hour-long concert will be commercial-free and air at 9 p.m.

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