Backstreet Boys take fans on a journey to nostalgia with online concert
With the coronavirus pandemic stirring chaos and panic around the globe, it has also most definitely made the world more thoughtful, giving and grateful place.
As celebrities use their social media to ease anxieties of panicked fans and bringing them entertainment while in self-isolation, the iconic boyband of the Backstreet Boys is also following suit.
Fans were taken away from the panic-stricken 2020 and straight back into the nineties as the band got together on Instagram for Elton John’s iHeartRadio’s Living Room Concert for America to raise not just smiles but also money for those hit hardest by the virus.
The nineties came roaring back for fans as AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson all got together to belt out their hit 1999-released single I Want It That Way.
The legendary group streamed their pre-recorded performance with brief appearances from their children as well.
Pakistani actress Sajal urges her fans to stay positive amid coronavirus crisis
Pakistani actress Sajal Ali has urged her fans to stay positive amid coronavirus crisis saying we will get through all of this.
Taking to Instagram, Sajal shared a throwback photo and wrote, “Stay safe & stay positive and we will get through all of this. InshALLAH.”
Also, Sajal shared a teary-eyed picture with brother Ali Syed from the wedding ceremony.
Both the photos have taken the internet by storm and have won the hearts of thousands of fans.
Earlier, Sajal had said “It's all in our hands. It might be a scary time but remember, we are all in this together.
The solution is simple.
Wash your hands. For 20 seconds!
Keep your distance from others as much as possible.
Support our government in taking the right steps.
Urge everyone you know to take it seriously.
I know we can sure as hell beat it together.”
Mahira reveals her two travel essentials Talkhiyaan' and a candle
Mahira Khan has said that a candle and Sahir Ludhianvi’s book Talkhiyaan always travel with her for years even though she has managed to leave more important things behind while traveling.
Sharing a picture of the candles and the book Talkhiyaan on her Instagram handle, the Raees actor wrote, “I have managed to leave the most important things while traveling, but not a candle! For years now, I travel with a candle in tow. Weird?”
About the book, Mahira said, “my favorite book Talkhiyaan by Sahir Ludhianvi also travels with me (mostly always). That weird tooLike other celebrities, Mahira Khan too is in self-isolation after the outbreak of coronavirus.
Earlier, the actress said that we must take care of those who are underprivileged and spread awareness, give them paid leaves and make their lives easier as the nation fights the coronavirus pandemic.
The Superstar actor took to Twitter and ...