From Virtual Concerts to Aspirational Self-Care Routines, Here's How Celebrities Are Self-Quarantining
You know you want to see Ashley Benson and Cara Delevingne reenact a classic KUWTK moment.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) has rendered millions of Americans house-bound. Countless events have been canceled or postponed (film festivals, concerts, premieres), and production delays have been instituted for most projects (including The Bachelorette!). But, ironically, this is the time that we need entertainment the most.
Sensing this need, famous musicians are stepping up to give us live-streaming concerts from their homes. Coldplay’s Chris Martin started the trend on Monday, inviting anyone who “feels like chatting and listening to some music” to tune in on Coldplay’s Instagram.
John Legend followed suit, announcing to his fans that he’d be streaming a concert on Tuesday at 1pm PT. “Requests will be accepted,” he added, “and let me know which other artists I should pass the torch to.”
Chrissy Teigen noted that she’d also be there, “because I literally have no choice.”
Mindy Kaling inspired us all to explore our hidden talents.
Elizabeth Banks took self-care to an enviable level with a good friend she thankfully didn’t have to practice social distancing with: Tequila.
Zoe Kravitz made us wish we had a giant dog to quarantine with.
Eva Mendes made “all dressed up with nowhere to go” aspirational.
A global pandemic can't curb Mariah Carey's flair for all things festive.
Marc Jacobs stocked up on green juice.
The Biebers learned some moves.
Gwyneth Paltrow is advising followers to take on creative tasks, like taking the opportunity to "write a book, learn an instrument or a language or learn to code online, draw or paint." She took to Instagram with a photo of herself clad in protective gear and a mask while heading to the farmer's market.
We’ll get by with a little help from our (famous) friends.
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