While the world is in fear of the Coronavirus outbreak, we have people like Andrea Bocelli, who’s taken the stage to pray for the wellbeing of the whole world. As he takes the stage at the Duomo Cathedral on Easter Sunday, on April 12, 2020, he says that this concert is a prayer for the world during our difficult times.
Well, the concert/prayer, Andrea Bocelli: Music For Hope – Live From Duomo di Milano, was a massive hit among the public as it received as many as 912 thousand likes while getting over 37.8 million video views at the time of writing.
His fans, however, are concerned about his health following the prayer. The father of Matteo Bocelli looks thin, a little skinny as it seems. Thus, many people want to know if Andrea Bocelli really lost weight to look that thin, or was it some health issues he was facing?
Truth about Andrea Bocelli Weight Loss
The famous Opera singer Andrea Bocelli weight loss questions and rumors around the web are nothing but fans’ love for the singer. When he performed live on YouTube, his fans thought he looked thinner and ill. But, fortunately, it wasn’t the case.
Andrea is perfectly fine. He hasn’t lost any weight! Well, we can’t say ‘any’ since we all lose and gain weight time and again without us noticing. That might be the reason, and he might have lost some pounds but, there’s nothing to worry about. The singer is fit and fine!
Andrea Bocelli’ weight loss was a trending topic in 2018 as well. One fan by the name, Jansen Van Vuuren Amour Jacoba posted to Andre’s wife, Victoria Berti Bocelli‘s Facebook post to ask about Bocelli’s weight loss details.
Well, he didn’t receive any answer to his questions nor did we. The man later deleted his post!
Back to the present day! Now, with Bocelli’s weight loss and illness out of the question. Let’s talk a bit about his performance.
Brief about Andrea Bocelli’s Live Performance!
The Italian singer, songwriter, and record producer, Andrea Bocelli, went live at the Duomo Cathedral on April 12, 2020, alongside organist Emanuele Vianelli. The classical live stream made history on YouTube by drawing in the biggest audience on a YouTube live stream.
The live stream was not longer than 25 minutes, but the views kept on rising. The video started with Andrea, who became blind at 12, talking about his acceptance and about the Christian Easter, which he believes, is a universal symbol of rebirth.
Not only did Andrea be a part of the live stream, but he’s also involved in an emergency COVID-19 campaign. The Andrea Foundation has already started a fundraiser to help hospitals in collecting enough equipment to protect their medical heroes. The campaign is available on the GoFundMe Page as well.
The GoFundMe reads, ABF – With you for the CoVid-19 emergency. Its goal is to collect over €300,000, and they have already reached €253,218 as of this writing.
If any of us can help even a small amount, please follow this link to their GoFundMe page to donate for the good cause.
Let’s pray together and hope this difficult time ends quickly!
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