Portia de Rossi has been learning to cook during her imprisonment by the coronavirus. It has been an eye-opening experience for the actress, and for his followers.
It has been cut up and been burned, yes. He has also discovered that you don’t like some flavors of indian cuisine, and that his wife, the comedian and TV presenter Ellen Degeneres, is not a fan of curry and chickpeas.
“We’re learning a lot from each other in quarantine!”, todmite on Instagram.
Without a doubt, that what we are doing these days, and in special about our celebrities. Social distancing has turned to the most famous of his army of publicists and stylists. They are boring and without a filter and, often, they look incredibly close.
Cardi B recently launched head without explanation against a huge tower of Jenga and a Madonna sang her hit “Vogue” using a hair brush as a microphone, but changed the lyrics to include fried fish.
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Hillary Swank learned to crochet — and now has a new knitted beanie to prove it. Ariana Grande did it to flaunt your mane in the natural and Marlee Matlin put on her old wedding dress. “I’m losing my mind, but what else can you do?” wrote.
Stranded at home, Justin Bieber chose to play a classic from childhood: “The floor is lava”. Dressed in a pajama one-piece and a hat of winter, the singer jumped in his huge living room on cushions, chairs, stools, two skateboards and a roller. The video has over 9 million views.
“I think people now need more than ever the human touch, and I think that celebrities really understand that,” says Neal Schaffer, a consultant of strategies for social networks and author of the new book “The Age of Influence”. “People want to be identified with real things, with real people”.
While some influencers and celebrities are continuing to publish a barrage of images flattering, and carefully assembled with every hair in place, others are, in fact, being a reflection of us: no shaving, no bathing, without shame.
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