Popular 2010's boy band "Big Time Rush" had a surprise virtual reunion to spread love and compassion amid the threat of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
In a video posted on Twitter, the four members, Kendall Schmidt, Logan Henderson James Maslow, and Carlos Peña Jr. can be seen sharing a video call among each other while reaching out to their fans.
They were in a hiatus since 2014.
"It's been a little while since we all got together, and we wanted to jump on this little virtual hangout and say hi and wish everybody well," James said.
A Message From Big Time Rush pic.twitter.com/3cba95mWlW— Big Time Rush (@bigtimerush) April 20, 2020
Kendall added that now was a great time to "stay connected like we all are" and to "reach out to friends and family and make sure everybody is doing okay."
Logan advised the public to stay at home, stay safe and practice "love and compassion."
Finally, Carlos reminded everyone that "we're in this together" and we should all continue to "spread the love, spread that aloha."
They ended their message with a sweet, "See you soon!"
"Big Time Rush" was known for their hit songs "Windows Down" and "Boyfriend." They had their own television show on Nickelodeon before they pursued their own projects.
As of writing, the video has reached over 8.6 million views. --Kaela Malig/MGP, GMA News