As authorities and government officials urge people to social distance and practice social distancing to help “flatten the curve” of the coronavirus pandemic, everyone is suddenly cooped up at home and running out of things to do.
So, it's understandable that everyone is looking for a fun way to pass the time, including celebrities.
Many have turned to proven methods of entertainment such as baking and cooking, some have finally embraced TikTok and resorted to posting choreographed and fun dances with their families, and others are simply putting self-care first.
Find out how your favorite artists and celebrities are spending their time at home and maybe get some ideas for yourself.
Chrissy Teigen baked banana bread
Chrissy is a stress baker who realized she had way too much banana bread and no romaine lettuce at home. She decided to call for an even exchange with one of her fans.
"I’ll make a banana bread for anyone that has romaine lettuce. The trade will be made 6 feet apart and we will place the goods on the floor. no funny business," Chrissy tweeted. Responses rolled in, and Chris was the chosen one. The exchange is set to happen sometime today.
Harry Styles is learning Italian and sign language
Harry has been putting his extra free time to good use by learning some new skills. He revealed he’s been doing face masks with friends, “learning Italian and doing some sign language classes.”
Ciara and Russell Wilson showed off their dance moves
Everybody one, two, step! The couple shared their first family TIk Tok as they attempted the “Something New” viral dance challenge alongside their kids.
Kristen Bell cooked and danced
In an update via Instagram Stories on March 16, Bell said she’s doing “the only thing there is to do here during the quarantine,” adding, “We’re making deep-fried Oreos in the air fryer.”
Her husband, Dax Shepard, also quarantined at a friend’s empty apartment after traveling. The family missed him so much that they surprised him by dancing outside of his window.