The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart’s cast has a special message to share for all the essential workers helping during COVID-19.
The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart‘s cast banded together (virtually, of course) to share a message of appreciation and thanks for all the COVID-19 essential workers. At a time where there is so much uncertainty and doubt, it’s nice to see members of different fandoms pledge their support.
Everyone from Bekah to Sheridan was a part of this short and sweet video! Seriously, it tugged at my heartstrings, and it will certainly do the same for you. The funny thing is, I’ve been having a hard time connecting with the Listen to Your Heart cast, and this changed that. I feel like we’re still trying to get to know them, so this video helps us feel a bit closer to them.
Together, the cast came together to thank anyone and everyone that has been helping out during this crisis. They mentioned the frontline workers, the heroes fighting for us every day, essential businesses, nursing homes, pharmacies, grocery stores, scientists, public service employees, many more. They didn’t forget to thank those out there that are delivering our mail and online orders and helping us stay connected to the world and our daily essential needs.
Thank you, Listen to Your Heart for reminding us just how many people are out there doing things to keep our lives running as normally as they can. It’s a reminder we need every so often!
I’m happy to see Bachelor Nation come forth in this manner because as we’ve seen, this time has been a lonely and confusing one. There’s something about seeing people all across the world band together in the way we’ve seen over the last couple of months. It doesn’t matter if you’re on a reality show, Brad Pitt, or just an average person, we’re all in this together, and it’s exactly what the cast of Listen to Your Heart reminds us.
Be safe out there, everyone! And thank you to every single person out there helping us to get through COVID-19 in their own way–we appreciate you.
What did you think of the appreciation video? Tell us in the comments below!
For more information about COVID-19, visit the CDC’s website or the website for your state’s Department of Health.