Nick Lachey put a spin on Music Monday in honor of the continued coronavirus quarantine.
The 46-year-old “Love Is Blind” host and singer shared a parody of “The Hardest Factor,” a success single carried out by his previous pop group, 98 Degrees, that discusses washing arms, isolating and social distancing.
“We each know that we shouldn’t be right here. This feels flawed. And child it’s killing me, it’s killing you,” he sings within the tune, which was posted to Instagram. “They’re telling us we gotta keep dwelling, we received some place else to be, different buddies to see. But when we go exterior proper now we’d unfold the illness. So I’ve made up my thoughts, I’m staying in the home. It’s time to quarantine ’trigger staying protected is what it’s all about.”
Transitioning into the refrain, the previous pop star croons, “Yeah, it’s the toughest factor we’ve ever needed to do. To remain caught in our home, simply watching all this dangerous information. It’s the toughest factor we’ve ever needed to attempt. To remain six toes aside after we go exterior.”
“Nothing to do, no sports activities on TV. Washed my arms a lot that they began to bleed. Rattling this quarantine,” he continues. “It’s the toughest factor we’ve ever needed to do. However ultimately it’s value it. Collectively we are going to get by way of.”
On the finish, he added, “Keep protected, everyone.”
Lachey’s spin on his previous tune comes days after JoJo reworked her hit single, “Go away (Get Out),” and Neil Diamond remade his “Candy Caroline” to encourage individuals to clean their arms as coronavirus continues to plague the world.