The video for ABBA's 1976 megahit and global anthem 'Dancing Queen' has hit the memorable milestone of 500 million views on YouTube.
The string arrangement on the track is by Isobel Waller-Bridge, best known for her score for the comedy drama hit series 'Fleabag.'
The clip was filmed at their family home in Montana.
The track was one of the many signature songs from her multi-million-selling album 'Come On Over.'
McEntire was compelled to reissue the song with the refreshed video as a message of hope and positivity during troubled times.
The remix will feature on Ms. Ross' upcoming Supertonic collection, due digitally on Motown/UMe on 29 May.
The video went live immediately after the UK's weekly and now-traditional “clap for carers."
The clip was filmed in November 2018 at the Aztec Theatre in San Antonio, TX.
The video marks the 50th anniversary of Paul's debut solo album McCartney, released on 17 April 1970.
Other stars covering the country hero's work included Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie, Michael McDonald and Jennifer Nettles.
The guitarist's new clips include versions of two tracks from his days with the band, 'Horizons' and 'Blood on the Rooftops.'
Shania sat outside her stable and shared her acoustic cameo with her blonde horse and her dog.
The clip was filmed in a dank Nashville basement and in the desert mountains near Lancaster, California.
Daniel Estrem's version is a new take on the song from the band's 1968 album Wheels Of Fire.
The track follows Hunt's previous single 'Kinfolks,' which recently completed its climb to the top of the country airplay chart.
The song comes from their upcoming album 'The Way It Feels,' which follows on 10 April.