Everything is still on hold as we wait out the worldwide pandemic that's halted most of 2020 so far. We've gone without going to the movie theater, no restaurants, and concerts have been a no-go. It's made us feel even more love for the stuff we're not able to do anymore and miss being out there and living our lives. Thankfully many groups are out there giving us virtual concerts and now people are calling for a Big Time Rush reunion tour.
Big Time Rush reunited on Zoom.
Logan Henderson, James Maslow, Carlos PenaVega, and Kendall Schmidt got together on Zoom and gave their fans a socially distant performance of their song "Worldwide". The musical group were inspired to share a new performance in the hopes that it would help everyone feel more connected.
“These challenging times around the world have made us want to connect with all of you so much,” the group wrote in the caption of a video posted to Instagram. “They have also made us want to stay connected with each other. We got inspired to record and sing together again seeing how many smiles our check-in video created weeks back.”
“We spent some time recently recording one of our favourite songs (safely apart) and wanted to share it with you all as our small way of saying thank you,” the caption continued. “We are sending love to all of you WORLDWIDE. Please take care of yourselves, take care of each other, pls take care of all of your fellow neighbours. We’ll be thinking about you.”
The video, which lasted nearly 3 minutes and 30 seconds, had each of the four members playing in separate locations from their homes. From Maui, Hawaii, to Sherman Oaks, Calif., and Las Vegas, Nev., to Venice Beach, Calif., their distant rendition of "Worldwide" won over their fans. The video, as of now, has been viewed nearly 300,000 times and had just over 9,000 comments from fans singing their praises, on Instagram alone.
Fans are calling for a Big Time Rush reunion tour, stat.
Everyone first came to know Big Time Rush from the Nickelodeon comedy show by the same name and the obsession for the group members grew quickly. When the group shared their virtual rendition of "Worldwide", fans quickly called for the group to announce a Big Time Rush reunion tour the second the pandemic is over.
"Can big time rush just release tour dates already ??," one fan wrote on Twitter in response to the group's new video.
Another tweeted, "big time rush’s 10 year reunion: *dropping hints of tour* *reunited over zoom to sing worldwide* one direction’s 10 year reunion: *liam saying they might be planning something* *niall denying it*".
"If Big Time Rush goes on tour..... Imma head out !!!!" said a third person.
Fans were willing to do whatever it took in order for a Big Time Rush reunion tour to happen. "Someone needs to start a petition for One Direction and Big Time Rush to do a reunion tour once this is all over," wrote another.
While there has been no official announcement about a Big Time Rush reunion tour yet, it's hopefully going to happen soon.