Lady Gaga could have celebrated her birthday in any other way, but she chose the lesser-known path - helping out to find ways to combat COVID-19. Mother Monster turned 34 on March 28. She was a guest on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Home Edition" on April 6. She shared what she did on her special day.

The "Shallow" singer was in collaborative talks with the World Health Organization (WHO) through its Director-General, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, on her birthday. Gaga showed her compassion and kindness by organizing the upcoming concert "One World: Together at Home," a global virtual project of WHO and Global Citizen. The musician is tasked to curate the lineup for the concert.  

In a previous WHO media briefing, the singer-songwriter disclosed that $35 million in donations had been raised for the solidarity response fund. WHO Director-General, on March 29, tweeted his gratitude for her continuing support in fighting COVID-19 after their call on her birthday. In another tweet, Dr. Ghebreyesus greeted the "Stupid Love" singer his wishes and expressed how he was touched by her gesture to spread kindness to combat the pandemic.

The superstar had been doing the rounds of three late night-shows to promote the "One World" concert. She appeared on Monday (April 6) on all major late-night talk shows to announce the lineup for the April 18 special. The first stop was with Jimmy Fallon, where she revealed the top hosts for the prime time event - Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert.

On her chat with Colbert at "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," they ran together through the artist lineup. On "Jimmy Kimmel: Live" show, she shared that in her quarantine period, she spent most of the time making calls to raise funds. 

The artist lineup for the special concert event includes Lady Gaga, Alanis Morissette, Andrea Bocelli, Billie Eilish, Billy Joe Armstrong, Burna Boy, Chris Martin, David Beckham, Eddie Vedder, Elton John, Finneas. They will also be joined by Idris and Sabrina Elba, J Balvin, John Legend, Kacey Musgraves, Keith Urban, Kerry Washington, Lang Lang, Lizzo, Maluma, Sir Paul McCartney, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Shah Rukh Khan, and Stevie Wonder.

The two-hour special will broadcast on April 18, Saturday at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT on NBC, ABC, ViacomCBS Networks, and iHeart Media. It will be shown in Bell Media platforms in Canada and on BBC One. It can be streamed over on Alibaba, Amazon Prime Video, Apple, beIN Media Group, Facebook, Instagram, LiveXLive, Tencent, Tencent Music Entertainment Group, TIDAL, TuneIn, Twitch, Twitter, Yahoo, and YouTube.

Lady Gaga and her 34th birthday

During Lady Gaga's video chat with host Jimmy Fallon, she talked about staying at her family office with five others who helped her in case anything needs to be done. 

She further shared that she, together with her loved ones, have been expressing their positivity and gratefulness while quarantining. She recognized the health responders' hard work on the front lines to deal with COVID-19. Concerning their sacrifices, she said they "always take moments of gratitude throughout the day to remind ourselves that we have it very good."

When Fallon asked Gaga how she spent her 34th birthday, she celebrated with a cake and a small family dinner, she shared. The host praised her charitable work with WHO, and she was quoted as saying, "Well, you know, birthdays are birthdays; they come and go." She further noted that the current global pandemic does not occur all the time.