Keith Urban put on an electrifying performance at the "One World" music concert, which was held recently. The singer was supported by his wife, Nicole Kidman, who also made an appearance.
Country singer Keith Urban gave his fans a mind-blowing performance at the "One World: Together at Home" concert, which was held on Saturday night.
The 52-year-old seemed to have taken social distancing seriously as he appeared in multiple versions in a bid to back himself up. Keith sang a cover of Steve Winwood's hit song, "Higher Love."
His performance also featured a surprise appearance from wife Nicole Kidman, who was seen standing next to one of her husband's clones.
Urban rounded up the performance by sharing some kind words to express gratitude to people who have been working endlessly since the novel coronavirus pandemic began. He said:
"To all of the healthcare workers, everybody on the frontlines and behind the scenes…. we say thank you."
The "One World: Together at Home" concert was organized by Global Citizen, the World Health Organization, and Lady Gaga, to raise awareness about the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
The realized funds would be directed at supporting local and regional charities by helping them provide food, shelter, and healthcare to those in need. Later on Twitter, "Global Citizen," revealed that the show had eventually raised $127 million towards COVID-19 relief materials.
Keith rose to fame in 1991 after releasing a self-titled album.
The concert featured at-home performances from some of the most prominent musicians in the world, including Celine Dion, Taylor Swift, and the Rolling Stones.
Fans of the legendary singer loved the performance, and this was evident as they took to social media to express their thoughts. One fan wrote:
"3 Keiths, 3 different guitars, same clothes, 1 Nicole Kidman, all in sync - very cool, "how'd dey do dat?"
Apart from the recent performance, the famous couple have been sharing inside glimpses of their time in quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic.
While Urban has been singing many of his hits from his home studio for his fans and followers, Kidman has made several appearances rocking out to his jams.
Keith rose to fame in 1991 after releasing a self-titled album that charted four singles on the Australian music chart.
Over the years, he has sold over 15 million albums and has won a total of four Grammy awards. In 2012, Urban was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry.