While the world practices social distancing, we’ve been invited into the private homes of celebrities; John Legend, Lizzo, Hozier, Ellen DeGeneres and more entertainers have taken to social media to connect with their isolated fans. Take a look at some of our favorite celebrity livestreams.

Comedian and late-night show host Trevor Noah and his team of producers, writers, directors, and graphics producers for The Daily Show have moved new episodes exclusively online. The latest editions of “The Daily Social Distancing Show” takes place entirely from Noah’s New York City apartment and are available on YouTube and IGTV. One of the best moments of the first episode was Noah’s video call to Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr., and their conversation is interrupted by Wood’s three-year-old son screaming somewhere in the background. 


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Chris played a mini gig at home earlier today on IG Live. @glblctzn @WHO @JohnLegend #TogetherAtHome

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Coldplay frontman Chris Martin performed stripped-down versions of his songs on the piano and guitar. At one point, his mini gig turns into a mini master class in piano playing. “Let me teach you how to play ‘Life on Mars’ by David Bowie,” he says. Throughout the 30-minute set, Martin peered at his phone screen to read all the incoming comments and occasionally responded to some of them. He invited other artists to participate by hosting their own #TogetherAtHome concerts. 

EGOT-winner and musician John Legend was inspired by Chris Martin to perform an indoor concert using Instagram Live. The event was hosted by Legend and his wife, cookbook author and comedian Chrissy Teigen. Legend invited the live audience to submit song requests and performed several hits, including “All of Me,” “Preach,” “Conversations in the Dark,” and even a graceful rendition of “Baby Shark” for his son. The concert was funny and intimate, as the singer and his wife shared fun facts and stories about their lives (and performed pantsless in a robe for Legend, and in a towel for Teigen).

TV host and comedian Ellen Degeneres has been calling other celebrities from her couch during her self-isolation. Watch Ellen cold call and chat with Michelle Obama, Jennifer Anniston, Tiffany Haddish, Kevin Hart, and other famous friends in her address book.

Antoni Porowski, TV personality, actor, chef and model, started hosting his own quarantine-themed cooking show. One of the stars of Netflix’s series Queer Eye, Porowski has thus far showed viewers how to cook “the Keep Calm-lette,” “Zoodles with Meat S.O.S,” “Let Me Outside Leftovers,” and “Sequestered Salmon Squash.” 


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Thank you to @glblctzn, @who and everyone who joined last night. Be safe ?

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One of the best virtual concerts for the #TogetherAtHome concert series is the one Hozier put on in the “front room” of his house. In addition to performing popular requests like “Take Me to Church” and “Work Song,” Hozier also treated fans to an awesome cover of Britney Spears’ “Toxic.” It’s a sublime set—between the guitar, Hozier’s powerful vocals, and the keyboard accompaniment, you can also hear some charming birdsong. “They’re just like singing down my chimney at the moment,” Hozier says, as he leans in to study the endless stream of viewer comments and reactions on his Instagram livestream. “Tell me if you can hear them.”

Jimmy Fallon hosted The Tonight Show: At Home Edition, entering his new “studio” by way of a metal slide in his home to an intro delivered by his daughter banging a spoon on a pot. Fallon’s guest on the show was with playwright, actor, and lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda. A highlight of the episode: Miranda performing “Dear Theodosia” from his hit Broadway show Hamilton from his house in the Heights. But the most delightful guest stars were his daughters, Winnie and Frances, who assisted their dad with the music and visuals for the show.

Star of Wonder Woman Gal Gadot offered her followers a cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine,” and enlisted a lineup of celebrities to perform it. Stars like Leslie Odom Jr., Sarah Kate Silverman, Jimmy Fallon, Sia, and Kristen Wiig each sang one line from the classic song about peace and community. 


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A meditation and mantra to promote healing during this global crisis. Use at your own pace. Love you!

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Finally, hit singer Lizzo led her 8.4 million followers in “a meditation and mantra to promote healing.” “There is the disease, and there is the fear of the disease. And I think fear can spread so much hatred and negative energy…so I wanted to empower everybody and let you guys know that we have power,” she says. “You have power. You have power to eliminate fear.” The artist, known for her high energy performances, brought her force of personality to set a tranquil scene with crystals, incense, and her flute.