On her Just Giving page, Ms Fisher wrote: “My husband Sam and I (with the help of Henry our dog) have put together this parody to raise money for NHS heroes caring for COVID-19 patients.
“If you’ve enjoyed watching, please give generously to show your support for the heroes fighting on the frontline and keeping us safe in our homes.”
The couple aimed for a target of £800, but have already surpassed it.
At the time of writing, the total stands at £900.
At this difficult time for frontline doctors and nurses, sign up here to show your support now to our brave NHS Heroes.
One supporter wrote: “This was very creative, it made me and my daughter smile and hope you raise loads of money for this great cause.”
Another named Angela said: “Great work for a very worthy cause!”
Pippa Stewart praised the video: “Well done guys, we really appreciate what you are doing for us.”
Another doner thanked the couple: “You guys are awesome. Thank you for lifting everyone’s spirits at such a difficult time.”
Ms Fisher’s clever take on the popular hit has delighted viewers: “Let me go, let me go, I want to go outside.
“Let me go, let me go, I’ll stay two metres at all times.
“Joe Wicks and one hour of exercise a day is not enough.
“I can’t live in this virtual world in which I’m bound.
“Wi-Fi connection is in frozen fractures all around.”
Published at Thu, 23 Apr 2020 15:31:00 +0000