Janet Jackson's Healthcare Worker Fan Keeps Spirits up by Dancing to Her Music at the Hospital

A medical worker, who is also a fan of Janet Jackson, shared a video of herself dancing to one of the singer's tunes amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Medical workers continue to be celebrated all over the world for the sacrifices they are making to ensure the wellbeing of the populace amid the coronavirus outbreak. 

These workers have been overwhelmed with so much work, and being human beings, are due to be pressurized by such. When they do, some of them find ways to relieve themselves of this pressure. 

Janet Jackson performing at the Glastonbury Festival on June 29, 2019 in Glastonbury, England. | Photo: Getty Images

Janet Jackson performing at the Glastonbury Festival on June 29, 2019 in Glastonbury, England. | Photo: Getty Images

One of them, a fan of legendary singer, Janet Jackson showed just how she eases herself when she gets overwhelmed by sharing a video of herself dancing to the song, "All for You," while in the hospital. 

In her caption to her post, the fan known as Killa Jilla on Instagram said that Janet Jackson, through her songs, was keeping their spirits up at the hospital. Her post caught the attention of the singer, who reposted, and added: 

"I love you too and thank you, for all that you are doing!" 

Accompanying the dance video was also a picture of Janet Jackson and the fan, which was taken last year when they met for the first time during Jilla's birthday week. 

Janet Jackson had earlier taken to Instagram to pay tribute to health workers for the way they were helping to manage the coronavirus pandemic in the country and the world. 

The singer showed that she is just as good a cook as she is a singer, and shared the picture of the pancakes with her fans.

In that post, the singer said that while most people were inside their homes, the brave health workers were out in the frontlines battling the disease, unable to isolate themselves from it because they were saving lives. 

She recognized all the categories of health workers and other essential service workers, who were working nonstop to curtail the spread of the virus, adding that they were seen and forever appreciated. Janet Jackson also said: 

"Let's all keep the positivity up by remembering to keep smiling, laughing, singing, dancing, and spreading LOVE. Put a heart below to show your love & support." 

Meanwhile, Janet Jackson has been keeping busy in the quarantine season by making her son, Eissa, 2, some delicious looking pancakes, shaped like musical notes. 

The singer showed that she is just as good a cook as she is a singer, and shared the picture of the pancakes with her fans on Instagram. 

In the caption to the post, the proud mom said that her son requested for morning breakfast, and was now requesting for another one, meaning that she was heading back to the kitchen. 

Janet Jackson is married to Wissam Al Mana. The couple got married in 2012 and gave birth to their son, Eissa, on January 3, 2017. 

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