Four Christchurch mums known as The Starlets have found international fame, clocking up millions of views with their COVID-19 cover of ABBA's 'Mamma Mia'.
The all-singing, all-dancing entertainment group normally perform at weddings, corporate functions and other events, but have turned their attention to spreading joy during lockdown with parody song 'Quarantina'.
"Designed to make you smile! We ask for nothing but a like and a share. Let's spread the message of unity in these uncertain times," they captioned the performance, shot and recorded from their respective bubbles.
Some lines from the re-worked track include: "Quarantina, here we go again, high fives, how I must resist you" and "you can dance / you can jive / while staying at home to save lives".
The group also pay special tribute to essential workers and frontline healthcare providers with lines like: "So we say thank you to the medics, the hope they're bringing. Essential workers for you we're singing. We can't live without you".
The clip has been shared over 14,000 times and has clocked up a staggering 1.7 million views since it was posted on The Starlet's Facebook page last week.
"You ladies are awesome! Sitting in bed laughing so hard I have tears rolling down my face! Brilliant!" one fan commented.
"My favourite quarantine song... love it," said another.