Now that Metro Manila and the entire island of Luzon is under the enhanced community quarantine due to prevent spread of the coronavirus disease or COVID-19, celebrities and their families are finding ways to be safe and productive in their respective homes.
Some celebrities managed to entice their loved ones in creating funny Tiktok videos with them, while others are maximizing their free time in fitness and work out activities.
A few of them have also chosen to take the opportunity to help our fellow kababayans by joining spearheading charity works or even join the frontliners in their administering of duties.
However, some celebrities opted to using their voices and their gift of music to spread positive vibes across the internet. These celebrities shared their cover songs online not just to give entertainment but also to give hope and motivation.
Here are some of those celebrities who are sending message of hope to everyone in this time national crisis through their beautiful song covers:
Kapuso star and Madrasta lead actress Arra San Agustin hopes for better days bu singing “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”
Viva-contract artist and OST Princess Janine Tenoso posted her short song cover of Bethel Music's “Promises Never Fail.”
The Clash season 2 grand champion Jeremiah Tiangco also shared his song cover of Somewhere Over the Rainbow on his Instagram account.
UnTrue lead actor Xian Lim reunited with his musical instruments and played some inspiring music.
Kapuso singer and The Clash season 1 finalist Anthony Rosaldo took the opportunity to uplift the Netizens through his “You'll Be Safe Here” rendition.
The Clash season 1 grand champion Golden Canedo did a cover of the inspirational song "Ocean" by Hillsong.
Asia's Pop Diva Julie Anne San Jose spread positive vibes and motivation in her rendition of Stand By Me, a hit music
of Ben E. King during the 60's.
Miracle in Cell No. 7 child sensation Xia Vigor expressed her prayers for the country by singing “The Prayer,” popularized by Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion.
Asia's Nightingale Lani Misalucha also shared her series of Church song covers on her Instagram account to inspire her social media followers in time of world-health crisis.
Former basketball player and full-time TV host Chris Tiu delighted the Netizens after sharing his piano skills and playing covers of songs from the Korean hit drama Crash Landing on You.
Eat Bulaga's Baeby Baste shared his fresh take on Original Pilipino Music [OPM] hit song "Sana" in his two-part video posted on Instagram.