Hollywood star Rita Wilson tries to connect with her fans on Instagram and asked them to text her as she continues to recover from coronavirus.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has called for a compulsory holiday to be observed by nearly every individual in the world.
Many celebrities have come out to share their experiences with their fans; some have prayed and advised their fans to maintain good hygiene, social distancing, and self-isolation to curb the spread of the pandemic.
Rita Wilson at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel on February 27, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. | Photo: Getty Images
Rita Wilson, who has tested positive for the coronavirus, is part of the numerous faces to update others on her condition.
Recently, however, Rita posted a clip where she enlisted the help of her fans. She gave out her phone number and urged them to suggest any good music that can help her through this process. Under the video she wrote:
"Going stir crazy? Have a suggestion for my Quarantunes playlist?...I'm giving you my phone number...it's actually me."
A number of her fans did not hesitate to provide her with the request, some even focused on her impressive talent as an entertainer and used captivating emojis strung with words, to express their admiration.
Rita is not the only one caught in the web of this pandemic virus. Her and husband Tom Hanks have continued to maintain self-isolation after their release from Gold Coast University Hospital, Australia.
At the beginning of the songstress's treatment, she updated her fans on Twitter concerning the name of her playlist, which she termed "Quarantunes."
Tom Hanks is not mute on the situation of things either. He took to Twitter to explain to his fans how his family was faring and advised them to take the necessary precautions and be open to helping anyone.
Hanks tweeted, "Hey folks, two weeks after our first symptoms, and we feel better. Sheltering in place like this: You don't give it to anyone, You don't get it from anyone..."
Though Rita's newest movie titled "Love is Love is Love" was scheduled to debut next month, with the ongoing scare and global health crisis, which has led to the cancellation of concerts and closing of cinemas, it's not likely for it to premiere.
The movie touches on the realities of life; it deals with love, faithfulness, and commitment between lovers. For the project, Rita has other notable talents such as Rosanna Arquette, Chris Messina, and Joanne Whalley.
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