While everyone stays inside in order to help contain the current coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, our favorite celebs are also doing their part by staying indoors as well. Unfortunately, a couple of them also had to cancel or postpone some of their tours, while others were in the middle of filming their latest film or TV series before it got shut down. Even with all the lockdowns, they're not letting it stop all the fun thanks to livestreams and social media.
Some celebs are using their free time to spread a little joy. From special at-home concerts to live Q&As and story times, there's certainly something out there for everyone to enjoy. Here are all the livestreams and virtual concerts celebrities are putting on.
Charlie announced that he will be putting on a free concert starting at 1 PM PT/4 PM ET on March 18 after John Legend challenged him on Instagram.
John hosted an Instagram live concert on March 17 that is still available to watch on his account.
Miley will be hosting an Instagram live talk show called Bright Minded from Monday to Friday starting at 11:30 PT/2:30 PT.
Chris played a mini-set on Coldplay's Instagram on March 16 that fans can still check out.
Death Cab for Cutie
The lead singer of Death Cab for Cutie, Ben Gibbard, will be doing a livestream every day for the next few weeks at 4 PM PT and will also be raising money for Teen Feed, which supports homeless youth.
Charli will be hanging out with some of her friends live on Instagram every day. Her schedule varies depending on the person and activity, but her next guest is Diplo who she'll be working out with.
Lizzo posted a flute playing mantra and meditation session on her Instagram that fans can still watch on her profile.
Luke hosted a live concert on his Instagram in honor of his new album, What You See Is What You Get.
The Grammy Museum will be posting some never before seen videos from some of their programs online for everyone to see on their website. One of the videos will be from Billie Eilish's visit!
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