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Kesha arrives for music awards in Los Angeles. File/AFP
Kesha has released a short song about home alone recorded at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
The video, which Kesha shared on social media begins with a clip of Macaulay Culkin in the beloved 1990 film, before transitioning to upbeat music.
“I’ve been bored at home so I made a song for u animals!!! And a little video,” she wrote above the video.
“It’s called HOME ALONE... dedicated to all of you sexy people hanging at home.....alone. And also dedicated to the one and only @IncredibleCulk.”
Kesha is not the only artist to have recorded new music during the coronavirus lockdown.
Adam Sandler has performed two songs inspired by life during the pandemic: one paying tribute to the work of frontline medical workers, and the other warning people not to “touch grandma”.
Randy Newman posted a video of his own ditty about social distancing, called “Stay Away”.
Britney Spears has updated the lyrics to her 1998 hit “…Baby One More Time” amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Katy Perry has spoken about the difficulties of being pregnant during quarantine, revealing she has often locked herself in her car to cry and get some “space”.
Taylor Swift is giving fans a peek into her laid-back lifestyle during the coronavirus pandemic.
Madonna has donated $1m to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, in order to help create a vaccine for coronavirus.
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