Keith Urban, Kelsea Ballerini, Jordan Davis & Florida Georgia Line Join Star-Studded Cover Of ‘If The World Was Ending’

Some of country music’s biggest stars teamed up with JP Saxe and Julia Michaels for a cover of their duet “If The World Was Ending” to benefit Doctors Without Borders.

Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line, Kelsea Ballerini and Jordan Davis are among those who joined JP Saxe and Julia Michaels to cover the hit song, which recently went viral on TikTok. Also joining in on the cover are artists such as Finneas, H.E.R., Niall Horan, Alessia Cara, Jason Derulo, Kesha, Zara Larsson, Sam Smith, The Rose, Anthony Ramos, Pink Sweat$, Sasha Sloan, Anne Marie, Noah Cyrus, Lindsey Stirling, Fletcher, Sabrina Carpenter, Evaluna Montaner, Camilo, Sam Nelson, Harris (X Ambassadors), Maeta and Mau y Ricky.

“We are so grateful for the incredible work being done by those on the frontlines during this global pandemic,” Saxe and Michaels said in a statement. “At a time when it can sometimes feel like ‘the world is ending,’ we thank all of the healthcare workers, first responders, and essential workers who are helping so many people in need. Please stay home, stay safe. (and don’t actually go over!)”

“Endlessly grateful for the bravery and selflessness of people on the frontlines,” Ballerini shared on Twitter. She went on to thank Saxe and Michaels for letting her take part in the “lovely tribute.”

All proceeds received by Sony Music and the artists resulting from the video will be donated to Doctors Without Borders.

Doctors Without Borders is a medical organization that is raising money to help find a vaccine for COVID-19 and also to further funding for life-saving medical care efforts across the globe. Fans can also contribute to the cause via the donation button on the YouTube video or by visiting the Doctors Without Borders website, HERE.

If The World Was Ending” appeared on JP Saxe’s Hold It Together EP and was originally inspired by the Los Angeles earthquakes in 2019. However, the song has quickly become the anthem to the on-going coronavirus pandemic.