Some celebrities are contributing financially to assist with the impact brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, while others have been working to uplift communities.
As people flock to social media sharing funny memes and TikToks to temporarily refocus their attention off of the pandemic, some celebs have been posting videos of them singing encouraging songs while practicing social distancing.
Regardless, there's a place for everyone to step up in this time of need. Here's how some of your favorite celebrities are spreading the love.
1. Tamia and Deborah Cox
Tamia and Deborah Cox, two singing powerhouses, went live on Instagram together on Saturday to spread chills and a sense of calmness with their vocals.
The two ladies did a cover of Whitney Houston and CeCe Winans' "Count On Me" for the #CountOnMeChallenge.
Winans started the challenge after the outbreak of the coronavirus "to let the people in your community and beyond know that they can count on you, and to shine a light on the people you’ve been able to count on—the people who have shown you love through all this craziness," according to the website.
2. LeVar Burton
The TV host tweeted that he wanted to livestream his podcast LeVar Burton Reads, which consists of him reading aloud, but was working to determine how to avoid legal limitations of reading published authors' works.
I’ve been busting my brain for about a week now trying to figure out how to do a live-streamed version of #LeVarBurtonReads. I figured that during this difficult time I could contribute by reading aloud to folks who could use some diversion for themselves and their families.
— LeVar Burton (@levarburton) March 24, 2020
"In order to avoid legal complications, I’ve gone down the rabbit hole searching through volumes of short stories in the public domain for appropriate content for families and have come up empty," he tweeted.
3. Alicia Keys
Alicia Keys performed Sunday night on the iHeartRadio Living Room Concert for America honoring workers on the front lines of the pandemic.
The singer dedicated her song "Underdog" to the "first responders and medical professionals that are risking their life to keep us safe."
"This song is like a prayer. My hope is that we remember how resilient we are and how we defy the odds," she said while playing the piano. "So grateful."
Lizzo pulled out her flute to help provide some meditation to her followers to "promote healing during this global crisis."
The singer took to Instagram after having to cancel her Houston Rodeo performance and posted a 30-minute video of her playing relaxing tunes.