Another week of quarantine and social distancing is in full swing due to the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic. Luckily, social media has been a great resource, not only connecting people with their loved ones, but also celebrities with their fans.
If you’re running out of ideas to keep busy at home, Billboard has compiled a list of Latin artists keeping their fans entertained with new challenges, beyond the popular #JLoTikTokDanceChallenge.
Check them out below:
Mexican singer Gloria Trevi is looking for the next dancer to join her squad. On Tuesday (April 28), Trevi announced a dance contest on her YouTube page, giving the opportunity to four fans to form part of her “Trevi Dancers” during the last show of her Diosa de la Noche Tour, which as of now has no set date. Participating is simple Watch the steps below:
While the Internet is having a blast with the “Pillow Challenge,” where many people are sharing their best fashionable look using a pillow as their outfit, regional Mexican artist Chiquis Rivera challenged her fans to the “Cobija Challenge,” or the blanket challenge. Same concept but using a blanket instead of a pillow.
In honor of his new jam, “Agüiro,” Rafa Pabon is encouraging his fans dance — and get creative — to his catchy urban merengue track while in quarantine. To kick off the fun, Pabon is seen dancing to the song by himself in the video below.
Adding some flavor to the already-popular #PillowChallenge, Thalia kicked off the “Piel Morena Pillow Challenge,” inviting her fans to sing and dance to her 1995 hit “Piel Morena” as they flaunt their pillow outfit. She even created a fun choreography for her fans. Watch it below:
Meanwhile, Ana Barbara is challenging her colleagues to pick out their favorite stage outfit and sing to one of their best hits with her “like on stage” challenge. She tagged her music friends Chiquis, Larry Hernandez, Angela Aguilar, Maribel Guardia and Eduin Caz.
David Bisbal is also making the rounds with his own challenge called “Si Tu La Quieres,” in honor of his collaboration with Aitana. The Spanish artist is creating a buzz on social media, inviting his colleagues to sing the song in their own versions. Greeicy, Danna Paola, Sebastian Yatra and Chiquis, to name a few, have joined the fun.