During this tough time in the world, Sir Elton John brought together some of the biggest names in the music industry for those practicing social distancing and self isolation. 

"Benny And The Jets" Singer Sir Elton John Brings Together Hit-makers For Benefit Concert

The "Rocketman" singer held a special performance Sunday night on Fox called the iHeart Living Room Concert For America. He began the show with some powerful words "There's a lot of grief out there. Uncertainty and fear. But let me tell you what's going to keep us together. All the goodness that's still happening in this world."

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The concert started off with a bang, with Alicia Keys performing "Underdog" as a dedication to all the first responders and medical professionals, adding she is "So grateful." The Backstreet Boys followed up with their hit "I Want It That Way" performed from each of their individual homes but edited together perfectly, really displaying their dedication and great chemistry. 

Home Performances By Billie Eilish, Shawn Mendes And Camila Cabello Made Each Concert More Genuine

The Backstreet Boys were not the only ones with chemistry on Sunday nights show. Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O'Connell harmonized for an acoustic version of the song "Bad Guy" from their couch. Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello got cute and cozy while quarantined together in Miami, Shawn playing the guitar for Camilla to singe her song "My Oh My". 

Lady Gaga, Demi Lovato, Dave Grohl, Lizzo and many others added their own hits to the mix to give a truly incredible show for viewers stuck at home. Then Mariah Carey closed the show with her song "Always Be My Baby" dedicated to her 8-year old twins for "being so patient and staying here with me at home and not complaining too much". 

Check out more of the whole show here!

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