Here’s What Celebrities Have Been Doing at Home While Quarantined

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In one of the most amazing equalizing forces in our world yet to date, coronavirus quarantine has meant that everyone from the humblest to the richest is stuck in their homes for the foreseeable future. But even though we’re “all in this together,” celebrities are surviving quarantine differently from the rest of us.

In fact, celebrities overall have decided that it’s their job to keep our spirits up, and are creating some…weird content. Are you curious about what they’re doing in their very large and very nice homes? Some of them are singing, some of them are dancing, some of them are just getting straight up bizarre.

From the very soothing (yes, Patrick Stewart, please read us more poetry) to the very tone-deaf (we do not need to hear celebs sing “Imagine“), we’ve got all the details on what celebrities are up to in quarantine. Let’s take a look.

Miley Cyrus has started her own talk show on Instagram live. She’s calling it “Bright Minded,” and even has her own mug already.

He isn’t taking things quite as seriously as some of his cohorts though, which honestly is what we’re here for.

Kumail Nanjiani and Emily Gordon started a new podcast to help you stay entertained while you quarantine and they’re donating all the proceeds to charity. That’s what we like to see.

He’s reading children’s books on Twitter so that you can leave your kids in front of the screen for ten dang minutes and feel like they’re still getting educational content.

Paul Feig is hosting “Quarantine Cocktail Time,” mixing up exciting new drinks every night so that you don’t have to drink alone.

And most of us were not comforted by very rich celebrities in their very large houses telling us that we’re all in this together. Weird.

Anthony Hopkins has introduced the world to his cat Niblo, and every single one of us would now die for that cat. Niblo, it’s up to you to protect him.

Apparently, if you’re Madonna and you can’t sing to big crowds you simply must sing to your hairbrush. Also, even Madonna is out of pasta, so that feels pretty relatable.

She says that mask is for her skin, but let’s be honest, it’s so that we can create a horror movie out of this whole experience.

We now all know that Cardi B. has absolutely no idea what you’re supposed to do with Jenga. Also she has no sense of self-preservation.

No seriously…we’re less than a month into quarantine and literal Dame Judi Dench has a dog hat with flappy ears, posting bizarre messages online. We are living in the darkest timeline.

So check out this High School Musical reunion from Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Tisdale. Vanessa’s moves with that wine are very relatable.

He roped his entire family into a living room dance party. I have to admit, his son’s face is an entire mood.

Even though she’s in California, she joined those in her native India applauding doctors and nurses fighting the virus.

She’s been hosting meditation sessions on her Instagram, featuring her own flute playing. I could watch it forever.

I’m not sure if banjo is the most soothing of instruments, but “Banjo Balm” is the greatest caption a Tweet has ever had.

Neil Diamond rewrote Sweet Caroline to be a bit more in line with current WHO guidelines…”hands washing hands.”

We knew he had to do “Wonderwall,” but this rendition is a little bit different from what we’re used to. At least it’s exactly the right length of time to make sure you’ve washed your hands.

“Barack is…I don’t know where Barack is.” I’ve never felt more in common with the Obamas than when Michelle made that statement.

And let me tell you I could listen to his voice for days. Please never stop Sam Neill.

Chrissy Teigen offered to bake banana bread for anyone who could get her lettuce. She ended up only swapping half a loaf since John Legend wanted some too. This is a story for the grandkids.

Mariah Carey’s family absolutely crushed this #fliptheswitch challenge.

This clothes-swap version is totally hilarious. My brain could not catch up to what was happening.

Especially when that something is J Lo doing a good solid shimmy.

Can she host one for me please? That looks SO relaxing. And how are her kids so smiley after a week stuck in the house together?

Few things are more soothing than Sir Patrick Stewart reading you his favorite poems. Which he is doing online. And you can listen to his absolutely perfect voice. You definitely want to.

He’s calling it Club Quarantine and he’s spinning tunes to get your home dance party going. This is what we really want.

Like Arnold feeding his miniature horses. In his kitchen. You never thought you needed this, but it will fill your soul.

The person you need is Kristin Chenoweth who has given us the greatest version of cleaning ever. High notes+Chlorox wipes.

But he does have some solid advice: don’t get paranoid, but be cautious. Take care of each other. We can get through this.