Angela Kinsey & Creed Bratton from 'The Office' Communicate with Each Other via FaceTime
Amid the ongoing coronavirus social distancing going on all across the globe, "The Office" actress Angela Kinsey shared a photo of herself face timing with fellow actor, Creed Bratton.
Residents of the United States are currently in quarantine, and it appears that "The Office" stars, Angela Kinsey and Creed Bratton, have perfected the practice.
In a recent Instagram post, Kinsey shared a photo of herself having a facetime session with her co-star, Creed Bratton. The picture was accompanied by a caption where Angela disclosed that Creed said he has been working on an album during this quarantine period.
Angela and Bratton starred in the 2005 sitcom "The Office" with Kinsey playing Angela Martin and Bratton acting as a fictionalized version of himself.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic around the world, people have been advised to stay socially distant from each other as a preventive measure against the spread of the novel virus. Throughout this period, several celebrities have taken to social media to share how they're coping with being at home.
Last week, TV host Ellen Degeneres shared several videos of herself making phone calls with some of her celebrity friends like John Legend and his wife, Chrissy Tiegen, as well as Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel, and a couple more others.
During her conversation with John and Chrissy, Ellen admitted that she was bored and wished she had kids after the couple mentioned that they were home with their children.
In addition to checking up on her friends, Degeneres also shared videos where she was attempting to solve a puzzle. According to her, the puzzle is a representation of "Galleria di vedute di Roma moderna," a painting by Giovanni Paolo Pannini.
As of Sunday, there are now about 316,409 reported coronavirus cases globally.
Solving this puzzle didn't come easy for the comedian. In a clip, Ellen explained that she counted the puzzle pieces and discovered there were only 3,999 pieces rather than 4000.
According to her, finishing a puzzle only to find out that one piece was missing wasn't fun or fair, so she wasn't going to go through with it.
Although the talk show host later found the missing piece under her table, she was left with sorting out the puzzle pieces. Eventually, she realized that there was not enough room for her gigantic puzzle.
Actress, Ashley Tisdale, also shared a video last week where she was seen showing off some of her dance moves from High School Musical. As of Sunday, there are now about 316,409 reported coronavirus cases globally, with the United States having a record of 26,906 cases.
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