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April 14, 2020

Ciara Sheds Tears of Joy after Seeing Video of Doctors and Nurses Dancing Amid Pandemic

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In the clip, we can see a bunch of health workers wearing their medical attires, complete with latex gloves and facemasks, dancing in a physical therapy room as a way to release some stress in order to keep going

34-year-old singer Ciara is very touched about her music providing some much-needed relief to health professionals that are working non-stop and putting themselves at risk to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.

On April 9, 2020, Ciara once again took to her Instagram feed to share a video of a group of doctors and nurses doing a dance challenge to the beat of the singer’s song “Level Up,” the first single from her last album to date, “Beauty Marks.”

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In the clip, we can see a bunch of health workers wearing their medical attires, complete with latex gloves and facemasks, dancing in a physical therapy room as a way to release some stress in order to keep going, prompting Ciara to write:

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“Guys, these videos are making me cry happy tears. Way to find joy in the storm.”

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The also actress added the tags #WeAreInThisTogether #LevelUpChallenge and #DoctorsandNursesAreHeroes to help spread this message of hope, joy, and support during these difficult times.

FANS REACT

The post seems to really have struck a chord in her fans and followers, with the video reproduced more than 1.5 million times in just one day, and users leaving positive comments about it.

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“Doctors, nurses, practitioners, cleaning crew, I keep you all in prayer. You guys are the true heroes! It will never be enough to just say thank you when you guys do such amazing work!” someone wrote in the comments section of the post.

A few days earlier, Ciara shared another video, this time of a group of nurses from Jefferson Health Center in Philadelphia, also doing the “LevelUp” challenge, also using the opportunity to thank them.

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“Grateful for each and everyone of you! You all are on a whole other level for how you’re working so hard and sacrificing so much to take care of everyone!” Ciara stated.

A DANCE OFF AT HOME

Ciara, who is expecting her third child, has been quarantining at home for nearly a month alongside her two children and her husband Russell Wilson, and the two have treasured every minute spent together bonding and staying safe.

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The couple recently shared with TV host Jimmy Fallon that they have been adapting their everyday lives to the children not going to school or leaving their side for a minute.

“At this point, we’re teachers assistant, Zoom-class-ing it up, which has been really fun,” the mother-of-two said during her appearance on “The Tonight Show: At Home Edition.”

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 “I’m coaching football, baseball, basketball,” Wilson, a professional football player, added.

And as we have learned from their TikTok activity, the entire family is also using the excess of energy from staying home to showcase their dancing abilities.

On March 20, Ciara shared her first family TikTok video, showing them all doing a choreography in their pajamas to the music of “Something New” by Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign.

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The video was so popular that it didn’t only become viral, but also ended up featured in “Good Morning America.”

WAYS TO HELP

But Ciara and Wilson are not just about dancing and having fun at home while so many people are struggling to cover for their minimal expenses now that millions of jobs have been lost.

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The couple decided to give back to their hometown of Seattle by donating one million meals to the city through FoodLifeLine, apart from inviting others to support local food banks.

“The world needs us ALL. These are unprecedented times,” Wilson captioned the video of the announcement on March 17, adding, “We can all make a difference together. Let’s all keep the faith during this difficult time.” 

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We at news.AmoMama.com do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDС, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated.Take care!