Expressing praise for Martin’s decision to share his music over the platform, Legend announced that he will do the same Tuesday at 1PM Pacific time, also sharing the hashtag #TogetherAtHome. Even better? Legend said he’s taking requests (“All of Me” please!) and asked his followers to tell him which other artists he should “pass the torch to.” Looks like Chrissy Teigen may be joining the livestream too!
My friend Chris Martin did a lovely little concert from home today. I'll be doing one tomorrow at 1pm Pacific time. See you soon. We'll try to get through this together! #TogetherAtHome https://t.co/YZ8Y1W8esc— John Legend (@johnlegend) March 16, 2020
That’s not all, though. Canadian actor, Stephan Amell posted that he will be going live on Instagram every day “just to chat” (yes, you hear that right—every day) and Niall Horan has been busy answering fans questions on Spotify’s Twitter. Have we ever had this much online engagement with celebrities?
Can he please play the office theme with lyrics he makes up ?— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) March 17, 2020
Clearly, a movement has begun, and we are here for it. Keep the concerts coming, please. After all, most of us probably finished binge-watching Love is Blind and all of The Office a few days into self-isolation.[video_embed id='-1']BEFORE YOU GO: Niall Horan says fame can feel like 'a deer in the headlights'.[/video_embed]
Q: niall which songs on heartbreak weather are the best for road trips ? #HeartbreakWeather #AskNiall- @hrtbrkpatienceA: pic.twitter.com/mBx8JVvDdI— Spotify (@Spotify) March 16, 2020