TIME recently reported that world-renowned singer Bonnie Tyler will perform her classic hit “Total Eclipse Of The Heart" inside the Royal Caribbean Cruise on August 21. She will sing the song during the total solar eclipse on that day.

The report said that the Welsh artist will ride the cruise ship and perform the 1980s hit song in front of the passengers. Known as the “Total Eclipse Cruise,” the ship will reportedly travel along the eclipse's path of totality.

Tyler is excited about her upcoming performance. It is going to be the first time that she will be singing the song for such a momentous event in science and astronomy, TIME said.

The ‘Total Eclipse’ Cruise

Family cruise ship Oasis of the Seas will sail from Orlando in the state of Florida on August 20, a day before the event. On their special tour, they will sail around the Caribbean seas for one week as they give their passengers a breathtaking view of the sky. The company joins others in witnessing the phenomenon, TIME added.

Earlier, popular app Airbnb has announced that they are also hosting an event related to the total solar eclipse. The app will pick out two lucky winners who will get the chance to spend the night in an Airbnb house, as they witness the skies. The lucky winners will be guided by a National Geographic astrophysicist and a professional photographer.

The cruise, which will last for a week, is also set to feature pop band DNCE, led by Joe Jonas.

The band will reportedly back up Tyler’s anticipated performance of her hit song that night.

TIME reported that the “Total Eclipse Of The Heart” singer and DNCE are going to rehearse a day before the actual performance. The singer will work with a voice coaching expert in preparation for the once in a lifetime cruise event.

Total solar eclipse

The total solar eclipse will be seen across various states in America. The August 21 event will start in the state of Oregon and will traverse into Idaho, Montana, Iowa, Kansas, Illinois, and Kentucky.

The total solar eclipse is a phenomenon wherein the Sun, the moon and the Earth will interact. The predicted schedule of the next eclipse is at around 4:09 p.m. ET, according to NASA.

Experts remind spectators to bring protective gears for their eyes, such as anti-radiation eyewear. They should also bring support equipment for their cameras, telescopes and other tools that will be set up during the sky show. NASA posted guidelines, reminders, and precautionary measures on their official website.