Charlie Puth is the latest musician to bring the concert experience into fans' homes in support of self-distancing during the coronavirus pandemic. Puth followed successful online performances by Coldplay's Chris Martin and John Legend as part of the new virtual concert series Together at Home: WHO-Global Citizen Solidarity Sessions. The ongoing concert series was created in collaboration with the World Health Organization and Global Citizen to help unite people all over the world.

"Thanks, @johnlegend for the shoutout - challenge accepted," Puth said via Twitter on Wednesday. "Let’s be #TogetherAtHome and on Instagram Live. Today 1 pm PT"

Puth, at his home piano, played many of his biggest hits including "One Call Away," "Some Type of Love," and "Attention." He also revealed he's been collaborating with Legend, who performed on Tuesday.

"Check out John's show, I was laughing so hard when Chrissy sat down on the piano," Puth said of the previous day's concert. "John and I have been working on a couple of things for his new record and they're sounding really, really good too."

Legend confirmed he was gearing up to release a new album this summer. He even gave viewers a preview of one of his newest single, "Actions Speak Louder Than Love Songs," which will drop Friday.

Puth passed the baton to Niall Horan and Common who'll perform separately via their respective Instagram accounts on Thursday.

Related Content:

Comments have been disabled on this post