- Publish Date
- Monday, 20 April 2020, 9:21AM
Over the weekend, some of the biggest names in entertainment came together for the live-streamed charity concert, One World: Together at Home.
And one of those names was the incredibly talent Michael Bublé.
The 44-year-old singer left fans swooning as he treated viewers to a slowed-down cover of the beloved The Beach Boys song 'God Only Knows'.
Performing while in self-isolation from his Vancouver home, Bublé showcased his stunning classic crooner vocals as he belted out the 1966 hit song's emotional lyrics, while a pianist played the iconic tune from off-screen.
At the end of his performance, the Canadian hitmaker spoke directly to the viewers watching at home.
"Hey, thank you so much and let's take action and help out frontline healthcare workers," he said, before asking his fans to donate.
"Thank you so much for your support," concluded Buble with a gracious nod.
The special one-time event - which was organised by the Global Citizen movement (which campaigns against poverty worldwide), the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Lady Gaga - aimed to celebrate community health workers and generate funding to eliminate COVID-19.
The eight-hour concert helped raise $127 million to help fight the pandemic around the globe.