Cody Simpson gushed on about his beau in a recent post. He uploaded a clip featuring Miley with no makeup on as they did some house cleaning.
Following the ongoing news concerning the pandemic Coronavirus, many people are taking the necessary precautions to avoid being victims of the disease, and to curb its spread.
From paying strict caution to personal hygiene to avoiding public gatherings, several showrunners have canceled tours and concerts.
Miley Cyrus posing backstage during the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada. | Photo: Getty Images
Cody's post showed that he and his girlfriend, Miley, are conscious of keeping the world safe, as they embarked on a "Cleaning Day" for the house.
The "Wrecking Ball" star looked pretty with her natural glow. She had a grey colored sleeveless top on, with black pants and pieces of jewelry hung loosely around her neck. Cody was obviously mesmerized by his lady, and he wrote:
"The best video I've ever filmed. Cleaning day #corona."
Though it's all smiles and love for the couple who do not intend to leave the house amid the Coronavirus, however, Miley is letting her fans know that she is feeling some disappointment in having to stay at home.
A few days ago, she canceled her "Bushfire Relief" world tour in Australia. The singer then tweeted that she had to cancel it considering the global health crises and the recommendations from health organizations such as the Center for Disease Control.
Miley Cyrus showing off her bare face in an Instagram story | Photo: Instagram/codysimpson
The 27-year-old further said that she felt "disappointed, " but went on to establish that it was the best decision to make for the safety of lives.
Miley concluded by making a promise to the people of Australia to continue with the donations to help the victims of the Australian bushfire.
Miley is not the only entertainer that is conscious of public gatherings, showrunners have also come out to tell their fans that they will no longer be having a studio audience; hence, the show will continue after the eradication of the pandemic.
The country sensation doesn't just have a love for her talent but also for her fans. After the news of a deadly tornado sweeping the metro of Nashville earlier in the month, the singer reached out to her fans via a series of tweets.
Being a Nashville native with her family and loved ones based there, she admitted that her "heart is broken, " but by coming together as a community, there could be a rebuilding.
We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!