Well, there’s one positive thing to come out of COVID-19 and that’s the revival of Magda Szubanski’s iconic Kath & Kim character, Sharon!
In a video shared on Instagram, Magda aka Sharon can be see having a boogie with Healthcare professionals to Soft Cell‘s classic hit Tainted Love.
In keeping with the current adaptation of popular music lyrics trend, the hilarious ‘Netball star’ changed the words of the song to reflect the ongoing health crisis.
The ‘remix’ is creatively titled “COVID-Love”
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Noice, strong, courageous. A special Sharon shout out to all our healthcare workers, on the frontline and behind the scenes – To paraphrase Sir Elton John: “I know it’s not much,but it’s the best I can do. My gift is my dance and… this one’s for you” 🙏🏻💕❤️🥰 Sharon’s back up dancers come from @ western_health (Footscray Hospital) #PrahranEastMedicalCentre @MetroNorthHHS (Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital) @AmbulanceVic Healthworkers please send us vids of you dancing to this and we will update and add them in. ❤️💋💕🥰 Noice #covid #isolation #iso #socialdisdancing @twomumsfoursons 😍😍😍
Accompanying her during her dance party are staff from Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Footscray Hospital, Ambulance Victoria & Prahran East Medical Centre.
Szubanski wrote, “Noice, strong, courageous.”
“A special Sharon shout out to all our healthcare workers, on the frontline and behind the scenes,” she continued.
The video comes as Australian health care workers continue to battle the pandemic.
As of Monday morning, Australia has recorded 6,358 confirmed cases of the virus, and 61 deaths.