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Britney Spears Invites Fans to Message her Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Published Mon Mar 23 2020 By Eden
Britney Spears Invites Fans to Message her Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Britney Spears wants fans to text her for support amid the coronavirus lockdown.

Britney Spears says her DMs are open for fans who are seeking support during this unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic.

The pop star took to Instagram to share a video message in response to young sister Jamie Lynn Spears nominating her for the Do Your Part Challenge, in an effort to encourage people to provide help to the needy while they self-isolate during this coronavirus outbreak.

The Womanizer singer said, “So our world is going through such hard times right now, and my sister just nominated me to help people. Whether it’s with food or I’m getting your child diapers, or whatever it is, DM (direct message) me and I will help you out.”

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The 'Toxic' hitmaker isn’t alone in offering support. The husband-wife duo Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra took to social media as well, where they spread love for millions of Instagram fans.

Nick said, “Hi everyone, I know it’s an unsure time for all of us, but hope you’re doing OK, we’re sending you positive vibes.” While Priyanka added, “And let’s just take care of each other, and I hope everyone is safe out there.”

Several other celebrities have been offering support, most notably Ariana Grande aiding small businesses, people, and families through charities. Likewise, Kanye West is providing ample donations in his hometowns of Chicago and Los Angeles.

Meanwhile, Rihanna’s Clara Lionel Foundation donated $5 million to combat COVID-19. In addition, Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, and Kristen Bell have donated to aid in the worldwide coronavirus relief efforts.

Since the virus outbreak began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, it has resulted in over 300,000 confirmed cases around the world with a death toll of over 13,000.

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