Celebrities Are Offering Free Concerts, Education To Those Stuck At Home
By Thanussha Priyah, 18 Mar 2020
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Now that many have adopted the social distancing practice, celebrities have taken it upon themselves to entertain those stuck at home via their social media platforms.
From children book readings by Amy Adams and Jennifer Garner to a hilarious quarantine-themed podcast episode by comedian Chris De’lia, there has been an influx of new content for people to enjoy while confined behind four walls.
Enjoy some of the free entertainment and educational content dished out by celebrities this month.
Enjoy music performances virtually
Musicians like Coldplay’s frontman Chris Martin, Keith Urban, Rob Thomas, Pink, and Hunter Hayes have created online concerts on their social media accounts on Monday. Married couple John Legend and Chrissy Teigen also joined in with an at-home performance.
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Social distancing is important, but that doesn't mean it has to be boring. I did a little at-home performance to help lift your spirits. @Miguel, @CharliePuth - you want next? Learn more about how you can take action to help slow the spread of coronavirus with our partners at @WHO and @GlblCtzn globalcitizen.org/coronavirus #TogetherAtHome
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Learn new recipes with Instagram cooking series
Antoni Porowski from Netflix’s Queer Eye has created a new series titled Quar Eye: Cooking Lessons from Quarantine on Instagram, offering simple recipes using minimal ingredients to help you easily create dishes at home.
The first episode sees Porowski making a dish called ‘Keep Calm-elette’, an omelet paired with black bean salsa and “whatever was left at the grocery store.”
Have a laugh via online comedy sets
Watching the videos from Italy 🇮🇹 inspired me. Entertainers must offer hope & humor to their neighbors in this time of quarantine. pic.twitter.com/ohrsBtuqzu— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) March 16, 2020
During the weekend, King of Queens actor Patton Oswalt shared a clip of himself performing a comedy set from his patio to bring cheer to social media users during this difficult time.
Truth Hurts singer Lizzo posted a video of herself meditating to "promote healing during this global crisis.” She laid out crystals and brought out her flute to present good vibes to her social media followers.
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[via People, cover image via Andrea Raffin / Shutterstock.com and Tinseltown / Shutterstock.com]
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