Skip to comments.Elton John to host ‘FOX Presents the iHeart Living Room Concert for America’ to benefit coronavirus charities
Posted on 03/26/2020 12:16:53 AM PDT by Berlin_Freeper
Fox Corporation and iHeartMedia have teamed up to provide entertainment and support for Americans during the coronavirus pandemic with a special event on Sunday night hosted by music legend Elton John.
FOX Presents the IHeart Living Room Concert for America will air on Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on all FOX platforms and iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide. The special concert event will pay tribute to front-line medical professionals working to treat coronavirus patients, first responders, and local heroes while soliciting donations from viewers and listeners.
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will not listen to him.....let alone watch..
I’m not seeing any problem with this.
Another very sick puppy!
Can’t watch a gay singer. You could catch HIV :)
I like a lot of his old songs but the last one I enjoyed was “I Guess that’s why they call it the blues”
Sounds like more than ten in that gathering. Lock 'em up.
About 10 or more years ago, there was former rock and roll star who’s spot light had faded away, people had pretty much forgotten him and was going through major medical problems late in his life. One day, Elton John remembered him, helped get him back on his feet, helped get him inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, recorded an album and went on tour with him. For the last few years of his life, Leon Russell had a life, thanks to Elton John. Sir Elton John.
Elton John is a good fellow and I like most of his music.
We used to enjoy Dancing with the Stars. Until they started having a swelling number of LGBTQRS celebrities. We no longer watch. BUT, for those of you who watched before it jumped the shark, watch the Im Still Standing carefully and you will recognize Bruno (DWTS judge) dancing in the chorus. Apropos.
Love that guy. Yeah, he’s a homosexual. But he’s a Brit, and a badass, and he’s got a huge heart.
Tim Gunn is another guy I admire. All that guy does is help people.
Elton John. It’s going to be a massive loss when he moves on.
I agree completely. He and Bernie Taupin wrong some songs that will stand up through the ages. I wish people would give the whole "gay-thing" a rest, and get back to looking at the sort of person someone is, rather than with whom they're having sex.
A perfect example being the differences between "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "Rocket Man."
"Bohemian Rhapsody" was a movie about a band and a man who happened to be homosexual. "Rocketman," I've been told, is a movie that celebrated Elton John's homosexuality, and because of that, I decided not to watch it, because while I love Elton's (older) music, I'm not interested in his sexuality. Of course it's going to be a part of any bio-pic, but people should NOT be defined by their sexuality, any more than their race.
For this ‘benefit’....will Elton himself, along with all of his very wealthy friends, be doing all of the ‘donating’? Especially seeing how most of the world’s workers....are currently out of work?
Who and how does this special benefit?
Tim Mcgraw, Mariah Carey, Elton John....no thanks.....I can watch a real concert on youtube if I want....
Very little usually goes to the group it is supposed to go to.
Goodbye Norma Jean. Another corona virus song
I think I’ll pass.
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