8 Canadian Celebs Who Make Social Distancing Look A Lot More Fun Than It Is
They're just like us!
We're all in this together! The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't been easy for anyone to deal with, and it's certainly interesting to see how people are adjusting to this new lifestyle of staying at home. Your friends and neighbours aren't the only ones feeling the struggle though—there are plenty of Canadian celebs practicing social distancing as well, and some of them have even managed to make it look pretty cool.
It can be hard to figure out what to do with yourself now that we're all stuck at home almost 24/7, but some of your favourite stars have come up with some pretty unique and entertaining ideas that might be worth a shot.
Whether they're giving music lessons via an Instagram Live stream, trying out the latest TikTok dance choreography, or challenging you to some friendly competition with a "social distancing Olympics", these Canadian stars know how to make life a bit more fun during these trying times.
If you've already watched all theand TV shows on , , and , be sure to try out some of these out-of-the-box activities that just might make your social distancing experience at least a bit more bearable.
The Bachelor contestanthas been dancing her way through her self-isolation period after returning from a trip to the U.S.
The 23-year-old has been sharing her experience on both Instagram and TikTok and encouraging her followers to practice social distancing as an effort to help flatten the curve.
If there's anywhere that would be fun to practice social distancing, it would have to be Drake's Bridle Path mansion. The Toronto-born rapper has beenof him shooting hoops at his indoor court and popping bottles to celebrate breaking records in the music industry.
Back in the day, Lilly Singh was known for her hilarious YouTube videos, and it looks like she's now going back to her roots. The Scarborough native has been sharing plenty of content to her Instagram page, including a video where she plays a "health dealer" who sells quarantine essentials on the low.
The former Friends star hasn't been using Instagram for too long, but he knows how to entertain his audience. While social distancing, Matthew Perry has been sipping on Strawberry Nesquick, taking, and snapping a few selfies here and there.
Jessie Reyez is just days away from releasing her debut album, and although she can't promote it in a traditional way, she's gotten creative using social media.
The "Figures" singer has gone live on Instagram to teach her followers some of her catchy tunes so that they're prepared for the release next Friday.
Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey have been spending their days at home in their stunning Ontario mansion, and to keep themselves busy, they've taken toof them dancing together.
Queer Eye star Antoni Porowski is known for his culinary skills, and he's not letting them go to waste while social distancing. The 36-year-old has been making daily IGTV videos of him whipping up fun recipes every day, including what he calls a "Keep Calm-lette".
Julianne Hough's husband Brooks Laich has also been having some fun of his own on the 'gram by competing in the "social distancing Olympics".
For the first event, Laich challenged his followers to bake one of their favourite recipes from their mom. His was a tasty Poppyseed Slice that his mom makes for him whenever he comes to visit.