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Like much of the world, Shania Twain is practicing social distancing and staying home to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. The country superstar shared a compelling argument for fans to stay home with the help of her previous single and album artwork.
“Has anyone else started laughing at their own jokes?” Twain captioned several album images on Twitter with the hashtag #StayHome. In her first post, Twain shared two promo images from her popular 1997 single “Honey, I’m Home” and her 1995 album The Woman in Me. Cleverly, she changed the title of each to read “Honey, Stay Home” and “The Woman in Me (Needs the Man in You to Go Isolate Somewhere Else).”
Later, she shared the artwork for her 2002 album Up! to read In! and Come on Over to Don’t Come on Over. Pretty soon, her “Party for Two” single was crossed out to become “Party for One” while “Don’t Be Stupid” added the parenthetical descriptor (Stay at Home). She also admits she finally “got outside for some exercise” and talked to her horses.
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Slide 1 of 57: LHASA, Feb. 28, 2020 — Staff members load up donations of life necessities to Hubei Province in Lhasa, southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, Feb. 28, 2020. Containing 2,000 tons of drinking water and 60 tons of pork, the second batch of donations from Tibet were sent to Hubei on Friday to aid the novel coronavirus fight there. (Photo by Peng Hong/Xinhua via Getty) (Xinhua/Sun Fei via Getty Images)
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The coronavirus pandemic has led to temporary closures of educational institutions, the cancellation or postponement of major events, and poses a significant threat to businesses and economies around the world. At this time of need, many famous people are stepping up to help those affected by making donations or showing acts of kindness. Click through to take a look at some well-known people helping out during the pandemic.
Twain recently was forced to cancel several of her Let’s Go! Las Vegas residency performances, scheduled through June 6 at Zappos Theater. As of now, her dates from August through December remain intact.
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