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The rapper lost his battle against the coronavirus three weeks after his post.
JT and Jessica Biel headed to nature for their social distancing period, and the crooner took to Instagram to share a picturesque photo of himself standing on a snowy field surrounded by mountains. "Out here social distancing with the fam and a lot of these [tree emojis]," he captioned the post. "I hope you guys are staying safe and healthy. We need to stick together and look out for each other during this crazy time. Go through my stories for some ways you can support your local communities. While there's a lot of chaos and confusion right now, there's also a lot of good and so many ways to help."
Barbra Streisand sent a message of support to Laura Sherman's music theory class for musical theater majors at the University of Miami (Laura is Streisand's touring harpist and Laura's partner, Chris Carlton, is her long-time sound designer). Watch below.
The Rolling Stones guitarist had a message for those trying to maintain their sobriety during self-isolation. "In these strange times, maybe people who are in the program can't get to a meeting," he says in the video posted to Twitter on March 24. "I just want to share something with you today from one of my books that help me get through every day. "
Kiyoko shared a touching message on Instagram after having a "productive talk" with her therapist. "We are experiencing grief for the life we imagined, over the life that we currently have," she explained.
"It's okay to feel uncomfortable, upset, lost, frustrated, we have to go through the grieving process but once we do, we will see the beauty of now. And we will triumph," she concluded.
Streisand shared a lengthy, inspirational note to Instagram on Monday (March 23). "What the world needs now is love, sweet love," she wrote. "I don't mean to sounds sappy, but we really do need each other for support right now, because this disease doesn't discriminate between poor people or rich people. It doesn't care about the color of your skin. A virus doesn't have a nationality. It knows no borders. We all need to pray for and thank our healthcare workers who are risking their lives to save others."
She went on to encourage her fans to stay home, and to donate to organizations.
The 18-year-old star took to Instagram to share a photo from tour. "i miss everything... hope everyones hanging in there," she wrote.
The pop princess has joined the #Doyourpartchallenge, an initiative launched by Anastasia “Stassie” Karanikolou and Timeline Management CEO Alexis Fleischer that intends to "unite communities by delivering food and necessities to those in need while supporting local restaurants and businesses." DoorDash is also on board with their #OpenforDelivery initiative; the delivery platform will be contributing gift cards for celeb participants to give to their followers.
Spears also shared an inspiring message from Mimi Zhu on Instagram. "During this time of isolation, we need connection now more than ever," the note reads. "Call your loved ones, write virtual love letters. Technologies like virtual communication, streaming and broadcasting are part of our community collaboration.
Madonna continues her "Quarantine diaries" on Twitter. Sitting at a typewriter, the songstress detailed her day, which included focusing on the positive, getting some sunshine, discussing surrealism vs cubism at the dinner table and listening to jazz music.
The former Oasis frontman took to social media to share some homemade videos of himself playfully transforming hits like "Wonderwall" and "Supersonic" into anthems about washing your hands and using soap.
The actor took to Instagram to share a tearful message, telling followers that "it's okay to cry."
"I cried for a second, and I was going to do it by myself and then I thought, you know what?" he says in the clip. "It's important for everybody to understand that we're all going through so much uncertainty right now. We're gonna get through it."