In the same week that a number of his concerts were cancelled due to coronavirus Joe McElderry has had fans singing and dancing in their living rooms with a series of Zoom hows.
As infection rates of COVID-19 have soared at an alarming rate across the UK, with Joe's native South Tyneside one of the worst affected areas, the former X Factor winner was forced to pull two outdoor shows in Birtley and Chester-le-Street, with his planned 'The Tour That Doesn't Tour' gigs at the Customs House in South Shields also falling victim to the pandemic.
But that hasn't stopped the singer and musical star from throwing a serious party for his fans from the comfort of his own home.
During peak lockdown earlier this year, Joe, 29, launched the living room concerts after attracting plenty of viewers to his video interviews with the likes of Faye Tozer, Alexandra Burke and John Barrowman.
He's done shows dedicated to musicals, songs he sang on The X Factor and particular albums, with nights themed around the likes of debut album Wide Awake and Classic, the record he released after winning Popstar to Operstar in 2011.
And this week there's been three very different themes. On Thursday night, Joe treated legions of followers to a night of ABBA, while there are still tickets left for his evening of original songs tonight, Friday, September 25.
Kicking things off for this week on Wednesday night was Divas and Icons which saw a fabulously dressed Joe belt out some of his favourite anthems from both his male and female idols.
Starting with Madonna's Holiday, Joe took his audience, many of whom channelled their inner divas with their own outfit choices, on a journey of some of the music world's biggest names with Luther Vandross' Always and Forever, Celine Dion's I'm Alive and George Michael's Careless Whisper also on the repertoire early doors.
Two of the real highlights from the hour long show came courtesy of Joe's fantastic covers of soaring Diana Ross ballad When You Tell Me That You Love Me and Anastacia's power pop hit I'm Outta Love.
And he rounded off proceedings very aptly with a powerful take on Frank Sinatra's My Way.
Tickets for Joe' Zoom concert on Friday are still available from his website.
As well as having to pull some of his own shows, Joe was also dealt the blow of the Newcastle Theatre Royal pantomime being postponed after he was all set to star in a panto on home turf for the first time in his career.