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Lady Gaga Gives Fans Some Helpful Tips Amid The Coronavirus

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Lady Gaga went online to share a few tips on staying safe during coronavirus social-distancing. Many other personalities also share their tips. For example, Danielle Busby shares some ideas on how to keep the kids occupied. Many fans of TV stars also add their ideas in the comments.

Lady Gaga passes on what her doctor told her about self-quarantine

Taking to her Instagram, Lady Gaga shared a few tips she got told. She wrote, “So I talked to some doctors and scientists.” She then noted that part of their message was the “kindest/healthiest thing we can do is self-quarantine.” She pointed out that this might not be very easy to do, but rather not “hang out with people over 65 and in large groups.” Lady Gaga also noted that this affects her as well. She wishes she could “see [her] parents and grandmas right now.” But, she knows that “it’s much safer to not so I don’t get them sick in case I have it.” So, the megastar’s just “hanging at home with [her] dogs.”

Lady Gaga also noted that she loves the “world” and ended with the encouraging note about getting through it. She also noted a bit of a chat with a higher power won’t go amiss either. Well, plenty of fans commented on the post. Some of them thanked her for sharing that advice. Others wish her well. Maybe Lady Gaga will also watch reruns of The Bachelor on ABC as so many people do. After all, we reported she’s a big fan of Hannah Ann Sluss.

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So I talked to some doctors and scientists. It’s not the easiest for everyone right now but the kindest/healthiest thing we can do is self-quarantine and not hang out with people over 65 and in large groups. I wish I could see my parents and grandmas right now but it’s much safer to not so I don’t get them sick in case I have it. I’m hanging at home with my dogs. I love you world, we’ll all get through this. Trust me, I talked to God —she said we’re gonna be ok.

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Danielle Busby shares what they do to keep the kids busy

Other stars like Danielle Busby of TLC’s OutDaughtered share plenty of things about their daily activities with the kids confined to the home. She got all the kids watching YouTube and learning to drawn. Many of her fans suggested other activities like spring cleaning, baking, and various channels for kids on YouTube. The bottom line is, that almost everyone begins to realize that staying away from older people seems the kindest way not to pass on the virus to dear ones.

Then, other people like Little People, Big World alum, Audrey Roloff spoke with her fans about the best aspect of being with their kids. Many people struggle with keeping the kids schooled and occupied as they are stuck in the house a lot. In some states, they have no other option. It’s really nice to see people being aware of the positives. Lady Gaga shared about being kind to the older generation by staying home. Other stars help fans with positivity. B0th seem equally important.

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To the moms out there 👋🏻 What’s something you love about being home with your kids right now? I’ll start❤️ ⁣ ⁣ I’m grateful for slower mornings. ⁣ I’m grateful for more time playing together. ⁣ I’m grateful that this time has squeezed our creativity. ⁣ I’m grateful for more teachable moments. ⁣ I’m grateful for this chance to question our routines and become a little more intentional with our days. ⁣ I’m grateful that we go on more walks as a family. ⁣ I’m grateful for what God is teaching me through Ember. ⁣ I’m grateful that I can hold Bode through an entire nap just to get some extra cuddles. ⁣ I’m grateful for the perspective that more time on the floor has given me. ⁣ I’m grateful for all the artwork that’s covering our kitchen walls. ⁣ I’m grateful for dance parties to worship music. ⁣ I’m grateful for cooking more meals at home with my tiny co-chef helper. ⁣ I’m grateful that we have time to read the extra bedtime story. ⁣ I’m grateful for a job that gives me the freedom to be interrupted by my children. ⁣ I’m grateful for the games of hide-and-seek and make-believe that have filled our house with laughter. ⁣ I’m grateful for a safe and cozy home to embrace this unhurried season of life as a family. ⁣ ⁣ Your turn👇🏻

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Actually, some useful tips about coping also came from retired NASA employee Scott Kelly who spent lots of time in isolation in space.  Do you like the idea of the rich and famous, and other TV celebs taking the time to share their tips and invite comments on getting through social-distancing with the coronavirus? Sound off your thoughts in the comments below.

Remember to check back with TV Shows Ace often for more news about Lady Gaga and other cultural icons during the coronavirus scare.

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