These Celebrities Are Virtually Giving Back To Make The Covid-19 Quarantine More Bearable
I’m sure you’ve caught wind of this thing called Covid-19 that’s keeping millions of people locked up at home right now. Whether you’re black, white, rich, poor or anything in between – we’re all affected by Covid-19. It doesn’t discriminate and it doesn’t hold back. As a society, we all have to stand together to fight this disease before the damage it causes to our world is irreparable.
Some people that are playing a huge role in keeping society together are celebrities. While they can’t actively do much to perform in their regular jobs anymore, they’re using the magic of the internet to connect with people and bring some joy to our lives. Let’s take a look at some examples.
The Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin actually started it al…
John figured “if Chris Martin can do it, I can do it too” and announced a live concert streamed from his home shortly after Chris Martin gave his show. It’s nice to be able to see these artists, despite mosts concerts getting cancelled because of the Corona measures.
While Jennifer Garner isn’t a singer or a performing artist, she figured there are other ways to help people. She’s currently using her Instagram stories to read to kids – which also helps the schools that are affected by the lockdowns through donations. Sounds like a win-win.
P!nk isn’t giving concerts from her home – I guess it would be kind of hard with the show this woman gives – but she is giving back to society by providing free internet piano lessons. Since you’re locked up and have plenty of time to practice anyway – why the hell not?
Robbie Williams figured it would be a good idea to live stream karaoke from his house.
No big venues, no amazing light show – but nevertheless all the magic you’d expect from a Hozier show.
Ashley shared a video of herself working out and singing to a High School Musical song. If you’re looking for a quick way to burn a few thousand calories, this might be right up your alley.
Following in the footsteps of his colleagues, Keith Urban decided he’d also stream a concert from home. He also introduced his “audience of one”, being none other than his wife, Nicole Kidman.