The goal of the talent show is to inspire joy and creativity, Elizabeth said, since so many other events have been canceled or postponed due to COVID-19 concerns.
"We thought it would be a really fun time to see everybody's talents or whatever people have to offer that they would want to share that they otherwise couldn't," she said.
She and her husband created the "Southlake's Got Talent" Facebook page March 30, and since then, the page has grown to 175 followers. It has already received 10 submissions for the talent show, Elizabeth said.
Elizabeth and John will kick off the festivities starting at 7 p.m. and welcome everyone to the show. Following this, two-minute videos sent in by the community will be posted to the page one by one. The videos will remain up for and available for people to "Like" their favorite videos for 24 hours. At 7 p.m. April 3, the submission with the most "Likes" will be named the winner in different categories for duos, solos or groups.
Depending on how this week goes, Elizabeth said this could be something she and her husband host weekly during the quarantine.
"It's just to bring fun and joy to people and do something a little bit different than just sitting at home and watching Netflix," Elizabeth said.
To tune in and vote in Southlake's Got Talent, visit www.facebook.com/southlakesgottalent starting at 7 p.m. April 2.