Following the very successful One World: Together At Home benefit that raised over $127 million on the weekend, Piers Morgan felt he owed Lady Gaga an apology after criticizing her attendance at a WHO conference earlier in April about COVID-19.
Piers Morgan Criticized Lady Gaga's Work With WHO
Piers responded to a tweet earlier in April that revealed that the "Bad Romance" singer would be a special guest at the WHO gathering. He said: "Why? Has she found a cure? Otherwise, we don’t need a [expletive] singer there."
Piers Morgan to Lady Gaga: "I Owe You An Apology"
Morgan has now felt it necessary to apologize after he took a shot that was obviously not deemed appropriate. "I owe you an apology - this was a great initiative that raised a fortune, entertained people, & will help save lives. It was also a perfect illustration of a major star using their profile properly in this crisis. Congrats & sorry for originally questioning it," he tweeted to Gaga on Sunday.
Lady Gaga has been working closely with the World Health Organization and was a big part of the Global Citizen project, One World: Together At Home benefit that raised a fortune for global COVID-19 relief.
One World: Together At Home Was A Huge Success
Countless stars made appearances during the benefit whether they were making emotional, heartfelt and hopeful speeches or simply singing from the heart to entertain millions of viewers around the world.