Ellen DeGeneres, Mariah Carey and more stars take fans inside their STUNNING homes for iHeartRadio charity concert

ELTON John hosted the iHeart Living Room Concert For America tonight to raise money for coronavirus relief and A-listers such as Ellen DeGeneres and Mariah Carey showed off their GORGEOUS homes.

The hour-long star-studded television event raised millions of dollars Sunday night for Feeding America and First Responders Children’s Foundation to help combat COVID-19.

Stars showed off their STUNNING homes during tonight’s benefit relief concert
Country singer Tim showed off his MASSIVE Nashville pool
Elton John hosted the event from his kitchen
Mariah belted out some high notes inside her NYC home studio
Sam Smith sang inside the office of their London home

Music’s top artists all performed their biggest hits from the comfort of their own living room as they practice social distancing during the global pandemic.

Tonight’s host Elton, 73, sat inside of his glamorous kitchen equipped with chandeliers and flower vases as he opened to introduce the performers.

The Rocket Man invited viewers in with the optimistic message: “Let me tell you what’s going to keep us together:

“All the goodness that’s still happening in the world. We hope this bit of entertainment can feed and fuel your soul.”

Shawn and Camilla sang a song together at her Miami mansion
Alicia played her signature instrument inside of her purple and blue LA living room

Alicia Keys, 39, kicked off the show with her emotional ballad Underdog that she dedicated to “all the first responders and medical professionals that are risking their life to keep us safe.”

The Grammy winner played on a purple piano in the living room of her Los Angeles home.

Ellen Degeneres, 62, asked viewers to give what they could inside of her STUNNING house that features glass walls and a view to her impressive greenery garden.

After the the talk show host appeared on screen, one person tweeted: “Can we get a house tour?! Holy smokes!”

Boy bander Brian has full-size arcade games and a bar inside his Atlanta home
The rest of the Backstreet Boys joined in to sing I Want It That Way

Mariah Carey, 50, hit her signature high notes as she performed Always Be My Baby from her luxury home recording studio in New York City.

“The living room in the studio in my house” just called me poor in at least 16 ways,” a fan wrote after the pop diva sang.

Country legend Tim McGraw, 52, displayed his MASSIVE Nashville pool for all to see as he sang his popular song Something Like That.

“Tim McGraw’s pool is bigger than my house,” one fan candidly confessed on Twitter.

The Green Day frontman sang inside his LA music and living room
Russel and Ciara were in their kid’s playroom during their cameo on the benefit

Boy band The Backstreet Boys sang their classic I Want It That Way in their five homes across the country.

Brian Littrell, 45, started the iconic song inside his Atlanta crib that’s decked out with arcade games and a full-size bar.

Frontman Nick Carter, 40, sang in front of the pool in his huge backyard as members AJ McLean, Kevin Richardson and Howie Dorough joined in.

British crooner Sam Smith sang their Top 40 tune How Do You Sleep inside of their London home office and library.

Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong, 48, joined by his dog as he belted out the emo classic Boulevard of Broken Dreams in his LA house.

Fans loved seeing the inside of their favorite celebrity’s stunning homes

Camila Cabello, 23, and Shawn Mendes, 21, performed a duet of her 2019 song My Oh My from her Miami, Florida living room.

Inside of their kid’s playroom, 31-year-old Russell Wilson and wife Ciara, 34, asked their fans to donate to the worthy charities being spotlighted during the show.

Viewers loved getting an inside peek of their favorite stars’ home and one fan simply put it: “Mostly here to creep on these stars’ houses.”

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