In one photo, she shared a care package she left for her friend in a large box at a "safe distance.""Who says social distancing can't be fun?" the caption read.Former vampire slayer Sarah Michelle Gellar took to Instagram to share her love of Lysol disinfectant wipesת "I've been carrying these accessories before they were all the rage," she wrote. "Who knew they would become collector items?!"
Actress Ashley Tisdale, known for her role as Sharpay Evans in Disney's High School Musical, shared a video of her doing the famed dance from the closing scene, called, "We're All In This Together," comically labelling it as a "work out while on #selfquarantine."
Numerous stars shared their grief over performances and gigs getting canceled due to the threat of the highly-contagious virus. Comedian and musician Adam Sandler shared that his music tour will be postponed. "Health officials say that large gatherings should be avoided to help stop or prevent the spread of the coronavirus, so we will reschedule the dates once things are back to normal," he wrote. "Stay safe, wash your hands, don’t make out with Schneider, and we will get through this like champs."
Both Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick were supposed to light up the Broadway stage with a revival of Neil Simon's comedy Plaza Suite, but were forced to watch it, as well as all other Broadway shows, close down for the time being."Broadway doesn't stay quiet for long," Parker wrote on Instagram. "We will be back. The Rialto will hum. Times Square will hustle and bustle."View this post on Instagram
Hey you guys. We've been looking forward to this upcoming tour for a long time but after a lot of thought we have decided to postpone the March dates. Health officials say that large gatherings should be avoided to help stop or prevent the spread of the coronavirus, so we will reschedule the dates once things are back to normal. Stay safe, wash your hands, don’t make out with Schneider, and we will get through this like champs. Look forward to having a great night with you soon. Love you all, Adam Sandler — Fans are encouraged to hold onto their tickets as new dates will be announced as soon as possible. Refunds at point of initial purchase.
Broderick in the meantime is focused on the well-being of his sister, who tested positive for the novel COVID-19. He told Entertainment Tonight that she is on the road to a "full recovery."View this post on Instagram
Broadway doesn't stay quiet for long. We will be back. The Rialto will hum. Times Square will hustle and bustle And we will be ready to swing open the doors of the beautiful Hudson Theatre and share an afternoon or evening together. We count the days until the marquees are once again lit. In the meantime, we think of all those affected and hope for everyone's good health. X,SJ