The D-List: Will Smith Rapping Again, 'Scrubs Choir' Goes Viral, and more!

Will Smith Gets Back To Rap With Joyner Lucas On ‘Will’ Remix

People are amazed that Will Smith killed Joyner Lucas’ “Will” remix. 

For those that didn’t know, Will started his rap career back in 1985 with DJ Jazzy Jeff and had a string of hits that followed him all the way into the mid-2000s.

Fans on Twitter praised Smith on his lyrics with one fan tweeting, "Will Smith showing these new ni__as he can rap with these new ni__as. He killed that s__t."

Will teased a new album back in February however he didn’t divulge any details.

CBS Will Replace This Year's Tony Awards With a Grease Sing-Along

With cancellations continuing to come in here is one more to add to your list. The Tony Awards will be replaced with a Grease sing-along. 

The awards were supposed to air on June 7th, but due to the Coronavirus pandemic will have to take a back seat to John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. The Tony Awards honors Broadway shows. 

The movie will be shown and the lyrics to the songs will be included. So get ready to sing "Summer Nights," and "Greased Lightnin'" at the top of your lungs.

Nurses and Doctors Sing Bruno Mars Hit Count on Me Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

People across the world have supported medical workers during the Coronavirus pandemic. One hospital in Melbourne, Australia created a “scrubs choir” to boost morale.

Doctors, nurses, and medical staff created videos of them singing Bruno Mars’ song, “Count on Me,” there were over 200 staff members who recorded videos of them performing the song, some strumming guitars and even performing the song in sign language.

The hospital's chief musical therapist Emma O'Brien, coordinated musical performance after noticing that many workers were stressed out, "We also really wanted to connect with other healthcare workers across the world through this, and to let the community know that we're here, you can count on us, and to thank everyone," said O’Brien.

Taylor Swift Surprises 11-Year-Old Fan With Care Package For Giving Back To Postal Workers During Coronavirus Pandemic

Taylor Swift continues to make an impact with fans during the quarantine. The “Lover” singer wrote a letter to an 11-year-old fan who showed appreciation of her mailman with a touching letter about how important he is to her. 

Emerson Weber loves writing letters and when she wrote one to her mailman thanking him for his service, she never expected to appear on Good Morning America to discuss it. 

"I love being able to decorate the envelopes. It really shows my creative spirit. Writing letters you can share so much about yourself, it's like being there in person, and, I love receiving them because you know that someone took the time in their day to write back to you," said Emerson. 

One person who took time out of her day to write Emerson a letter was Taylor Swift. She wrote to the 11-year-old saying how much she loved to write as well. She advised Emerson to, "make sure to find time to create & daydream," and most importantly, "no one expects you to be've already set a really cool example and I'm proud of you. :)" Taylor sent Emerson some merch, which she couldn’t wait to show her friends, and her father was grateful that Taylor saw the beauty in his daughter. 

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content