David Beckham and Jameela Jamil lead UK stars in Global Citizen One World: Together at Home

David Beckham surprised young athletes to give them advice via video chat while Jameela Jamil made an awkward blunder as they led the British stars at the Global Citizen One World: Together at Home live concert, on Saturday night.

The famous footballer, 44, overwhelmed unsuspecting aspiring youths and their families as he appeared on screen to encourage them to keep practicing their football skills, no matter what situation they’re in. 

The Good Place actress Jameela, 34, stood in front of a chalk board covered in scribble to present her segments, realising only after it was too late that it read: ‘I have to pee.’ 

David Beckham surprised young athletes to give them advice via video chat as he led the British stars at the Global Citizen One World: Together at Home live concert, on Saturday night

David Beckham surprised young athletes to give them advice via video chat as he led the British stars at the Global Citizen One World: Together at Home live concert, on Saturday night

David Beckham surprised young athletes to give them advice via video chat as he led the British stars at the Global Citizen One World: Together at Home live concert, on Saturday night

David Beckham, wearing a check Ralph Lauren shirt and a newsboy cap, stunned young fans as he joined them on Facetime.

The sportsman offered advice on how to practice and improve their skills, even agreeing to watch one youth ‘play for England’ one day. 

Taking to Instagram following her appearance in the concert, Jameela shared a screenshot of herself and circled a particular scribble behind her and captioned the post: ‘F*ck.’  

She added: ‘Oh no, I did this in front of my landlord’s walland didn’t know “I need to pee” was written on it as I presented in aid of Covid-19 relief.’  

Artsy backdrop... but look a little closer! The Good Place actress Jameela, 34, stood in front of a chalk board covered in scribble to present her segments

Artsy backdrop... but look a little closer! The Good Place actress Jameela, 34, stood in front of a chalk board covered in scribble to present her segments

Artsy backdrop… but look a little closer! The Good Place actress Jameela, 34, stood in front of a chalk board covered in scribble to present her segments

Whoops: She realised after it was too late that it read: 'I have to pee'

Whoops: She realised after it was too late that it read: 'I have to pee'

Whoops: She realised after it was too late that it read: ‘I have to pee’

Joining the Brits was Irish singer Niall Horan, 26, who sang an acoustic rendition of his track Black and White after thanking key workers.

The former One Direction singer sent a heartfelt message to those working in an ‘essential service’ during the coronavirus pandemic which is sweeping the globe.  

Niall said: ‘Thank you so much to anyone out there working in an essential service, whether it be a doctor, a nurse, a grocery store worker, teacher, anyone working in an essential service.

‘You are doing an unbelievable job and we thank you for your service so much. You were already doing a great job anyway but you’ve really stepped up to the plate on another level. Thank you so much.’

Thankful: Niall Horan, 26, thanked key workers before performing a song

Thankful: Niall Horan, 26, thanked key workers before performing a song

Thankful: Niall Horan, 26, thanked key workers before performing a song

Heartfelt: The former One Direction singer sang an acoustic rendition of Black and White after sending a heartfelt message to those working in an 'essential service'

Heartfelt: The former One Direction singer sang an acoustic rendition of Black and White after sending a heartfelt message to those working in an 'essential service'

Heartfelt: The former One Direction singer sang an acoustic rendition of Black and White after sending a heartfelt message to those working in an ‘essential service’

Niall and Jameela were joined by an array of talented Brits, including Elton John, The Rolling Stones, Rita Ora, Chris Martin, Liam Payne and Annie Lennox.     

Niall’s former bandmate Liam Payne, 26, sang a powerful rendition of his new song Midnight after sharing a poignant message.

He said: ‘It’s a pretty dark time for us at the moment. For my personal benefit, I’ve been trying to think of the positives.

‘I really feel, at the moment we’re all being brought a lot closer together by this solidarity that we have to feel right now.’

Rita Ora, 29, gave an upbeat, soulful performance of her hit track I Will Never Let You down. 

Powerful: Niall's former bandmate Liam Payne, 26, sang a powerful rendition of his new song Midnight after sharing a poignant message

Powerful: Niall's former bandmate Liam Payne, 26, sang a powerful rendition of his new song Midnight after sharing a poignant message

Powerful: Niall’s former bandmate Liam Payne, 26, sang a powerful rendition of his new song Midnight after sharing a poignant message

Positive thinker: 'It's a pretty dark time for us at the moment. For my personal benefit, I've been trying to think of the positives' said Liam

Positive thinker: 'It's a pretty dark time for us at the moment. For my personal benefit, I've been trying to think of the positives' said Liam

Positive thinker: ‘It’s a pretty dark time for us at the moment. For my personal benefit, I’ve been trying to think of the positives’ said Liam

Happy lady: Rita Ora, 29, gave an upbeat, soulful performance of her hit track I Will Never Let You down

Happy lady: Rita Ora, 29, gave an upbeat, soulful performance of her hit track I Will Never Let You down

Happy lady: Rita Ora, 29, gave an upbeat, soulful performance of her hit track I Will Never Let You down

Chic star: While hauled up in a country manor, the pop star belted out the song while clad in a simple all-black ensemble

Chic star: While hauled up in a country manor, the pop star belted out the song while clad in a simple all-black ensemble

Chic star: While hauled up in a country manor, the pop star belted out the song while clad in a simple all-black ensemble

While holed up in a country manor, the pop star belted out the song while clad in a simple all-black ensemble.

As she joined the star-studded broadcast, Jessie J said: ‘I have no words to really explain how grateful I am for each and everyone of you across the world. The love and admiration is undeniable.’

Fellow singer Ellie Goulding performed from her home, as she said: ‘I think it’s amazing that we’re all staying home keeping ourselves safe, keeping others safe.’

‘And amazing that we all get to be in something together, terrible as it is,’ she added, before praising the feeling of widespread solidarity amid the crisis.

Playing her guitar, the star put on an emotional performance her 2015 pop hit Love Me Like You Do while sitting in her home.

Safety first: Ellie Goulding performed from her home, as she said, 'I think it's amazing that we're all staying home keeping ourselves safe, keeping others safe'

Safety first: Ellie Goulding performed from her home, as she said, 'I think it's amazing that we're all staying home keeping ourselves safe, keeping others safe'

Safety first: Ellie Goulding performed from her home, as she said, ‘I think it’s amazing that we’re all staying home keeping ourselves safe, keeping others safe’

Solidarity: 'And amazing that we all get to be in something together, terrible as it is,' she added, before praising the feeling of widespread solidarity amid the crisis

Solidarity: 'And amazing that we all get to be in something together, terrible as it is,' she added, before praising the feeling of widespread solidarity amid the crisis

Emotional: Playing her guitar, the star put on an emotional performance her 2015 pop hit Love Me Like You Do while sitting in her home

Emotional: Playing her guitar, the star put on an emotional performance her 2015 pop hit Love Me Like You Do while sitting in her home

Solidarity: ‘And amazing that we all get to be in something together, terrible as it is,’ she added, before praising the feeling of widespread solidarity amid the crisis

Meanwhile, Annie Lennox told viewers: ‘We have a collective responsibility to make sure that global health systems are strong enough to identify and prevent global pandemics before they happen again. Be safe, be well and please stay home.’

She then performed the Eurythmics track I Saved The World Today during the livestreamed show. 

The stars participated in a marathon, six-hour livestreamed event, putting on a series of performances from their homes around the world ahead of the main One World: Together at Home show.

With 100 performers singing for the global audience, the event has been put on to support healthcare workers as they continue to treat patients amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which to date has infected more than 2.3million and killed 159,667. 

Ahead of the broadcast kicking off, Elton John took to Instagram to share a snap of himself sat at an outdoor piano, while husband David Furnish stood next to him holding a camera phone and mic. 

Prevention: Annie Lennox said, 'We have a collective responsibility to make sure that global health systems are strong enough to... prevent global pandemics before they happen again'

Prevention: Annie Lennox said, 'We have a collective responsibility to make sure that global health systems are strong enough to... prevent global pandemics before they happen again'

Prevention: Annie Lennox said, ‘We have a collective responsibility to make sure that global health systems are strong enough to… prevent global pandemics before they happen again’

Heartfelt performance: Annie then performed the Eurythmics track I Saved The World Today

Heartfelt performance: Annie then performed the Eurythmics track I Saved The World Today

Stay home: The star told viewers, 'Be safe, be well and please stay home'

Stay home: The star told viewers, 'Be safe, be well and please stay home'

Heartfelt performance: Annie then performed the Eurythmics track I Saved The World Today

He wrote alongside: I’m going to be sitting down tonight with David and the boys to watch One World: #TogetherAtHome, a global display of unity to support @WHO in the fight against #COVID19.  

‘Tune in at 8pm ET for performances from fantastic artists and stories from workers on the frontline of the crisis who need our support.

‘For more info on how to watch from wherever you are, visit globalcitizen.org/togetherathome #CoronaVirus #HealthForAll @davidfurnish @ladygaga.’ 

The stars were joined by a host of internationally acclaimed artists, including curator Lady Gaga, Billie Eilish and Taylor Swift. 

Jennifer Lopez, Shawn Mendes, Stevie Wonder, The Killers, Adam Lambert, Kesha, Billy Ray Cyrus, Sheryl Crow, and countless more international stars are also slated to perform for the virtual concert.

Ready to go! Elton John took to Instagram to share a snap of himself sat at an outdoor piano, while husband David Furnish stood next to him holding a camera phone and mic

Ready to go! Elton John took to Instagram to share a snap of himself sat at an outdoor piano, while husband David Furnish stood next to him holding a camera phone and mic

Ready to go! Elton John took to Instagram to share a snap of himself sat at an outdoor piano, while husband David Furnish stood next to him holding a camera phone and mic

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