Tamia Hill & Deborah Cox Cover Whitney Houston & Cece Winans' 'Count on Me'
Tamia and Deborah Cox hope to lift spirits around the world by singing a cover of Whitney Houston and Cece Winans' "Count on Me" amid the growing threats of the Coronavirus.
With people around the world on self-isolation due to the Coronavirus pandemic, celebrities have been thinking of ways to boost the morale of those at home, anxious about keeping themselves and their loved ones safe.
Some singers have opted to choose their own song to sing as they serenade their fans from the comfort of their own home.
JOINING THE "COUNT ON ME" CHALLENGE
The latest to join the movement is the duo of Tamia and Deborah Cox, who decided to sing their own rendition of "Count On Me" which they shared to fans on social media. They did so to join the "#CountOnMeChallenge," which asks people to come together and sing as everyone faces the pandemic together.
"The #CountOnMeChallenge exists 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."
KEEPING BUSY IN SELF-QUARANTINE
While many people have joined in on challenges such as the one Tamia and Deborah just did, some singers have opted to choose their own song to sing as they serenade their fans from the comfort of their own home.
Country star Tim McGraw decided to uplift his fans' spirits by singing a cover of Lionel Richie's "My Love," which he was easily able to record due to being at home 24 hours in a day as he self-isolates.
Tim McGraw attends the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards on April 2, 201 7 in Las Vegas, Nevada | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
STARS IN ISOLATION
Doing his part in curbing the spread of the Coronavirus, McGraw has been staying home which gives him a lot more time for music. He is joined by his lovely family in their massive Tennessee home, and together have been thinking of ways to keep busy.
While he decided to do a cover, he is actually producing a new album for Big Machine Records. If situations improve, he is supposed to have a tour called "Here On Earth" beginning July of this year.