Miley Cyrus spreads positivity and love amid coronavirus - GulfToday

Miley Cyrus spreads positivity and love amid coronavirus


Miley Cyrus attends the Tom Ford fashion show in Los Angeles.

Gulf Today Report

Singer Miley Cyrus is looking forward to spill some love and hope to people who are stuck at home during the tough times of coronavirus.

She announced Tuesday that every day this week she'll be appearing live on Instagram for a talk show she's calling "Bright Minded: Live with Miley.”

Her first guest on Monday was her own therapist, and her second on Tuesday was Demi Lovato.
"I haven't changed these sweat pants in about five days,” Cyrus said during Tuesday's live stream, "and I don't plan on doing it any time soon.”

"These afternoon sessions are all about bringing light to a dark time, staying positive and overcoming stress during this pandemic,” Cyrus said in a statement.

"They also offer hope and escapism, optimism and a way to stay connected while we all try to social distance. Stay safe and healthy! xoxo."

Cyrus is among many celebrities appearing and entertaining in novel ways on social media amid the pandemic.

Amy Adams and Jennifer Garner have read children's books on Instagram for a new charity they've begun called #SaveWithStories.

And singer Katharine McPhee and her music producer husband David Foster say they'll be giving short nightly concerts online.

John Legend, Keith Urban and Coldplay's Chris Martin have also given online concerts this week.

A virus-induced hiatus for late-night host Jimmy Fallon isn't keeping him from reaching fans, and he's enlisting his family to do it.

The comedian is debuting a new series on his show's YouTube channel called "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon: Home Edition.”

The first episode was shot by Fallon's wife and features a new song about celebrating St. Patrick's Day while practicing social distancing. Future episodes, which will last about 10 minutes, will also highlight a charity working to help those affected by coronavirus.

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