Niall Horan is among the many celebrities bringing us joy amid global coronavirus concerns. On Wednesday, the 26-year-old singer made a special appearance on Jimmy Fallon's at-home edition of The Tonight Show. Video-chatting from his apartment in London, Horan spoke to Fallon about his work with Meals on Wheels to help bring food to the elderly, who are especially susceptible to contracting COVID-19.
"They can't leave their homes," Horan said. "If you're over a certain age, you're told to stay home completely. My grandmother, for instance, she's 89. My family members are talking to her through the window, on their phone and stuff like that . . . I have the means to go down in the lift, and my one time I go out a day is to go to the supermarket. Some people don't have that. So I think Meals on Wheels America is huge for that."
To encourage people to donate to the charity, Horan sang a live rendition of "Dear Patience" from his latest album, Heartbreak Weather. And even through video chat, it was a charming performance. We can watch him croon and strum a guitar against a sunset backdrop for hours. (By "can," we mean "have.") Check out his interview with Fallon and his acoustic set in the clip above!