Joe Jonas, Jennifer Hudson, H.E.R. and more celebs live-stream concerts from home amid coronavirus

A number of celebrities, including Jennifer Hudson, H.E.R.’s, Anne-Marie and Jojo have teamed up with the World Health Organization to keep fans entertained during the coronavirus pandemic.

Before a transcendent performance of Hallelujah, Jennifer Hudson told fans she would be singing her ‘favorite song’ and jokingly warned fans to ‘not complain’ about the short time frame on Wednesday. 

As her followers poured in love, she said, ‘Thank y’all, I love y’all so much’ and encouraged others to call a friend, use Facetime and ‘pray pray pray.’  

Free show: A number of celebrities, including Jennifer Hudson, H.E.R.’s, Anne-Marie and Jojo teamed up with the World Health Organization to keep fans entertained during the coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday  

After performing Sam Cooke’s A Change Is Gonna Come, she stood up for her final song and flaunted her glamorous look, which included a form-fitting, sequined cocktail dress. 

In addition to her eye-catching cooper frock, she looked extra chic in a brown wide-brimmed hat and perfect winged eyeliner. 

Between promising fans she will be back for another performance on Instagram Live soon and urging viewers to stay indoors, the Grammy winner took a minute to explain the importance of the Global Citizen’s campaign. 

Stunner: Before a transcendent performance of Hallelujah, Jennifer Hudson told fans she would be singing her 'favorite song' and warned fans to 'not complain' about the short time frame

Stunner: Before a transcendent performance of Hallelujah, Jennifer Hudson told fans she would be singing her ‘favorite song’ and warned fans to ‘not complain’ about the short time frame 

Following Hudson’s performance at 1 p.m., fans were also able to watch H.E.R.’s laid-back acoustic concert. 

For her own Instagram Live, the 22-year-old Sometimes hitmaker strummed at a guitar and sang Daniel Caesar’s track Best Part.

After another song, the vocal powerhouse talked about how in this time of crisis, nature has been able to heal. 

‘I think the people, we’re the real virus,’ she said, noting how some wildlife has begun to flourish, as people stay indoors. 

From her living room: Following Hudson's performance at 1 p.m., fans were also able to watch H.E.R.'s laid-back acoustic concert

From her living room: Following Hudson’s performance at 1 p.m., fans were also able to watch H.E.R.’s laid-back acoustic concert

‘I’m happy we have this, so we’re not all at home feeling alone,’ she said, while talking about how music brings people together. 

While trying to navigate all the incoming song requests, she jumped at the suggestion of John Mayer.

‘Oh, I love John Mayer,’ she said, before singing the chorus of his track Daughters.  

'Oh, I love John Mayer,' she said, before singing the chorus of his single Daughters

‘Oh, I love John Mayer,’ she said, before singing the chorus of his single Daughters

DJ Jonas: While World Health Organization promoted their performances with a line-up, Joe Jonas decided to follow the live stream trend by DJing electro-funk and Eighties

DJ Jonas: While World Health Organization promoted their performances with a line-up, Joe Jonas decided to follow the live stream trend by DJing electro-funk and Eighties

While World Health Organization promoted their performances with a line-up, Joe Jonas decided to follow the live stream trend by DJing electro-funk and Eighties. 

The Sucker singer started his surprise performance by saying, ‘What’s up everybody,’ before accepting some fans’ requests to share the screen with him. 

As he played around with different songs, he took some swings from her beer and sported an eighties-inspired jacket and a backwards baseball cap. 

Having fun: The Sucker singer started his surprise performance by saying, 'What¿s up everybody,' before accepting some fans' requests to share the screen with him

Having fun: The Sucker singer started his surprise performance by saying, ‘What’s up everybody,’ before accepting some fans’ requests to share the screen with him

For weeks, music superstars have been bringing concerts directly to fans through the app, including Chris Martin, Keith Urban and John Legend.

Now, stars, like Hudson and H.E.R., are using their performances, as platforms to raise funds for different charities, like Global Citizen’s campaign to support WHO’s Solidarity Response Fund. 

Also scheduled for Wednesday are Kirk Franklin at 3:30 p.m. PT and Guy Sebastian at 6 p.m on their respective Instagram accounts.