• Madonna feels that the coronavirus is the "great equalizer" and is making people feel equal in many ways
  • She believes the virus does not care how rich or how smart you are
  • The acclaimed musician canceled the last two shows of her tour due to the pandemic

Since the start of the coronavirus outbreak, a lot of people have voiced their opinions on social media on how the virus is reportedly helping in restoring the balance between mother nature and mankind. Various social media platforms have been flooded with pictures from Venice where it can be seen that fish and swans have returned to the deserted canals. However, most of the photos were deemed “fake” by many fact-checking websites, including National Geographic.

But people still believe that they are seeing a lot of changes around them since the spread of the deadly disease.

Many celebrities are coming out in giving their assessment about the situation. Esteemed musician Madonna has also voiced her opinion on what is happening across the globe and even called coronavirus the “great equalizer.”

The 61-year-old singer uploaded a video on Instagram admitting that the deadly disease has made everyone “equal” in many ways. She further stated that the virus does not see if you are rich or poor and that is why it is a great equalizer.

“That is the thing about COVID-19, it does not care about how rich you are, how famous you are, how funny you are, how smart you are, where you live, how old you are. It is the great equalizer,” Madonna said.

The “Vogue” hitmaker also shared that the whole of mankind is in the same boat and if it goes down, we all are going down “together.”

“What's terrible about it is, it's made us equal in many ways. And what's wonderful about it is that it's made us equal in many ways. Like I used to say at the end of 'Human Nature' every night, we're all in the same boat. If the ship goes down, we're all going down together,” Madonna said.

Madonna was one of the musicians who had to cancel her concerts because of all the strict guidelines that have been imposed all around the world.

At the time, the pop icon stated that she and her team will be following all the restrictions that have been imposed on large gatherings in various parts of France due to the coronavirus outbreak and revealed that the last two shows of the tour have been canceled.

Other musicians like Stormzy, Mariah Carey, Avril Lavigne, BTS, Green Day, and Slipknot have canceled their respective shows due to the deadly disease. All the artists have not announced when will they be returning to the stage.

Raising Malawi is a charity nonprofit organization that was founded by Madonna and Michael Berg in 2006. It is dedicated to helping with the extreme poverty and hardship endured by Malawi's 1 million orphans, primarily through health and education programming. REUTERS/Neil Hall