As the coronovirus epidemic continues many indoors – or at the very least, a healthy distance from friends and familyJason derulo Doing their best to bring people together, whether it be with their hilarious TikToks or new music.
Recently, Derulo stepped up its efforts for patients and caregivers in healthcare facilities with the help of Healing Through Music, Musicians on Call and Hyundai Hope on Wheels. Like other artists Siya And Derrick Rucker Has done, Derulo surprised hospital staff and patients with a virtual demonstration.
The musician described the experience to E Erin Lim On Daily pop, While also emphasizing the importance of unity.
“In these times, whenever we can just try to get together, I think, is a beautiful thing,” Derulo explained. “It was just a fun thing that I was hoping some people’s days would be bright. And I had a really good time, honestly. What they’ve been able to make is really special and I hope They will continue to do it. “
Derulo continued, “You know, now more than ever, we need each other … I mean, we’re all going through the same exact thing and I think that in itself we have a Brings us closer together; we are all through doing these efforts together, not being able to leave our homes, but at the same time to spend a little more time with the people we care about. “
He encouraged anyone to take advantage of this time to listen if they had not already done so, “whether it be learning to sing or learning to cook.”
“You know, just use the time to come out of it as much as you came into it,” Derulo said.
He certainly finds ways to avoid becoming bored. Only last month, Derulo dropped a new song “Savage Love”. In the song, Derulo reveals herself to a woman who is “very set in her own way but I love her.”
“The song was a really fun debut because it came from a Tiktok event,” he told Lim. “And you know, I love me some Tickcock. But yes, it came from a celebration of cultures – which I think is a hit in the house right now.”
With 22 million followers, Derulo can certainly be considered a Tiktok event himself. When he hit the 22,000,000 mark earlier this week, he made a celebratory video in which he tried to eat 22 hamburgers.
“I really, I didn’t meet at 22; I ate 20. And it was crazy,” said the singer. “I mean, you think it would be a dream – to eat that amount – but man, that was a bad dream.
Derulo said he used to nausea every five minutes, and eventually, “every bite was a pain.”
“But I did it for the people!” he said. “I had to do it for the celebration.”
A few days since the stunt, Derulo revealed that he was already focusing on gaining weight.
“It’s not just by eating burgers!” she added. “Your hunger – your stomach –Rises. That’s why I am hungry since then. Like, I get up every day and I’m like, ‘Hey, I’m hungry!’
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