The coronavirus pandemic has prompted many celebrities to flock to Instagram Live and IGTV to connect with their fans. As people at home practice self-isolation and social distancing, they need entertainment and escape more than ever, accompanied by advice on how they can help them cope with the crisis. And the A-listers are on social networks to give all of the above. (Thank goodness I’m six days away from having a drink with my lampshade.)
Whether you’re looking for live music, engaging conversations, or literal dance parties, celebrities serve it regularly via Instagram Live and IGTV. New events and meeting places appear every week, so we will keep this post up to date with what to look for. (We will not include punctual situations, only things happen periodically.)
See below for your Instagram Live and IGTV quarantine guide for celebrities.
His daily show, Bright minded, takes place from Monday to Friday and presents famous guests who talk about mental health, pop culture and other subjects with frankness. Everyone, from Demi Lovato to Emily Osment, has stopped so far.
Okay, Cardi B is nothing official with Instagram Live and IGTV at the moment, but she’s going to live a bit and it’s still hilarious. We literally have the unfiltered presence of Cardi on social networks for “song” coronavirus.
Follow the fan favorite of Bachelor Nation to see when he resumes a live workout. He’s already done a few and Bach people like Hannah Brown joined him.
Together at home
Global Citizen and the World Health Organization join forces and showcase the useful Instagram lives of several celebrities. Virtual activation seeks to bring people together during this period of isolation. Singers like Niall Horan, Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes and Miguel have played music sets, while other actors, like Priyanka Chopra and Kerry Washington, do Q&A with doctors and activists.
Katharine McPhee and David Foster
Tune in on weekday evenings at 5:30 p.m. PT to see McPhee and her husband David Foster sing a few songs, sometimes wearing Minnie Mouse ears.
His Current mood talk shows are broadcast every Sunday evening on Instagram.
The extraordinary dancer Mark Kanemura (famous for his Lady Gaga video clip moments) organizes a daily dance evening at 5 p.m. AND. Bops, wigs and good vibes – what more could you ask for?
Ben Gibbard of Death Cab For Cutie
The singer will live with a few tunes every day at 4 p.m. PST.