AceShowbiz - Pop star Niall Horan and rapper Common joined in the "Together, At Home" concert series on Thursday, March 19 by performing acoustic shows for fans online during the coronavirus lockdown.
Coldplay's Chris Martin kickstarted the World Health Organization (WHO) and Global Citizen event on Monday, beaming his 30-minute set into viewers' homes via Instagram Live, and John Legend kept the entertainment going on Tuesday, with his model and TV personality wife, Chrissy Teigen, and their two kids making appearances onscreen.
Singer Charlie Puth picked up the virtual baton on Wednesday, and on Thursday, fans were treated to a double set by Niall and Common.
The One Direction star was first up on Instagram Live for the "Together, At Home: WHO-Global Citizen Solidarity Sessions", belting out tracks from his new album, "Heartbreak Weather", as he sat by his piano with a guitar.
As he wrapped up the intimate show, Horan apologised for any imperfect vocals, admitting his isolation routine had not included regular vocal exercises - as he was spending much of his down time "watching a lot of Netflix."
"Apologies for my voice, I haven't been doing too much singing recently," he shared, before adding a stern warning to viewers about personal hygiene during the COVID-19 crisis: "Stay safe, wash your hands! Don't be foolish about this!"