Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, Lady Gaga And John Legend Collab On “The Prayer”

Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, Lady Gaga, And John Legend, the iconic stars united again at “One World: Together at Home” and soothed the audience with their vocals by singing “The Prayer” alongside the masterful pianist, Lang Lang.

Nostalgia hits fans when Dion makes the opening of the song. Lady Gaga then adds her classical-style vocals, making the song more lively. It must be Gag’s natural talent to make any song come to life with her vocals.

Bocelli and Legend make their appearance afterward and then DIon and Boceli bless the fans during the vocals with their soothing harmony. Lang Lang adds his masterful piano skills to the song, he plays an inventive version of the song. He adds layers of notes and plays it to perfection.

Over 9.1 Million people have viewed this masterpiece and if we take a peek at the comments, everyone applauds Dion’s nostalgic voice. The original live version that DIon and Boceli played at Central Park gets alive again, making the song timeless.

The song was recorded during the COVID-19 pandemic. One World: Together at Home was a great opportunity for celebrities to come together, raise awareness, and promote social distancing.

Lady Gaga even did a cover of Smile, a signature piano solo of Charles Chlapin and Nat King Cole. She performed with her piano. Her ballad solo brought joy to everyone. The special performance helped to generate $127 Million which was donated to WHO to fight COVID around the world.

The song holds a special place for the fans. It was initially recorded by Bocelli in Italian and Dion in English as a soundtrack for the 1998 movie, “Quest for Camelot.” The song was a huge success when Dion and Bocelli released their duet version on their albums.

David Foster, Carole Bayer Sager, Alberto Testa, and Tony Renis, the songwriter of “The Prayer” were even nominated for the Oscar for Best Song in 1999. They even won the Golden Globe. 

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