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    Lady Gaga's "One World: Together at Home" Breaks Guinness World Records

    Lady Gaga has broken two more Guinness World Records with her One World: Together At Home online music festival. 

    The records are:

    - Most Money Raised for Charity by a Remote Music Festival

    - Most Musical Acts to Perform at a Remote Music Festival 

    Instead of releasing her sixth studio album, Chromatica, on its scheduled date, Lady Gaga pushed it back in favor of curating the giant online benefit concert in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This remote music festival with 72 celebrities brought in $127,900,000 to support efforts by the COVID-19 Solidaritthe Response Fund for the World Health Organization.

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    Craig Glenday, editor-in-chief of Guinness World Records, said of the concert: "The One World: Together at Home special was an extraordinary response to an extraordinary situation. It demonstrates vividly how the power of music can unite us all and help us through challenging times. It's an honor to be able to officially recognize this unforgettable, "I-Was-There" event as a record-breaker.”

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    With these two added, this brings Lady Gaga's Guinness World Records count to 14.

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    I'm so proud that she did this and was her initial reaction after postponing Chromatica. 

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