Amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many celebrities had to cancel their tours and other engagement. Staying at home can be fun, but a bit longer can be very depressing, primarily if used to a busy life. To boost people's morale, some celebrities have taken to their social media to entertain people or just keep people busy.
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Musicians John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen, Keith Urban, Chris Martin, Cold play are performing live shows on their Instagram pages that last an hour long. They perform various songs keeping one entertained the whole time.
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Miley Cyrus has launched her own show bright-minded that the various episode features different guest celebrities and lifestyle coaches. The show runs for about an hour.
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Actress and wife to Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra on Thursday, has organized to create awareness on the coronavirus by featuring the top stakeholders on her page. Global citizen CEO and WHO director will be in the live show on her Instagram page, answering all concerns regarding the coronavirus.
Others have free time to create hilariously tik tok videos that ensure one has the best laugh.Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey did a dance video. At the same time, the loved love is blind couple Lauren, and Cameron did one hilarious lap dance, Cardi B created a video that has since gone viral to create a remix rap song on coronavirus.
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