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What celebs get up to as they #StayAtHome


Same like everyone else, celebs have to stay at home too during the Movement Control Order in Malaysia. Similarly in Singapore, celebs are setting good examples for their fans by staying at home to curb the spread of COVID-19. How do these celebs keep themselves – and their fans – entertained while being stuck at home? Well, here’s what some of these celebs get up to as they #StayAtHome.

Yuna


Malaysian singer Yuna gets busy doing Facebook and Instagram Live to interact with her fans, making sure no one is bored at home. She also posts throwbacks photos like this and the one with her as a kid.

JJ Lin


Singaporean singer JJ Lin, who recently turned 39, has been actively sharing his music online with fans and even managed to successfully pull off his “327 Love Wishes” livestream and online birthday fan meeting!

Taufik Batisah


“Singapore Idol” winner Taufik Batisah says he still has to work, but he has been posting fun videos online, featuring his wife Sheena Akbal, reminding everyone to practice social distancing and wear masks to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Awie


Instead of COVID-19, Malaysian rocker Awie is spreading patriotism! The singer-actor posted this video as a tribute to the frontliners working hard during the 4-week long Movement Control Order in Malaysia.

Stefanie Sun


Here’s a list of fun things to do at home by Singaporean singer Stefanie Sun, with a series of photos demonstrating the activities. She even enlists the help of her adorable daughter for some of the photos!

Reshmonu


When you’re spending the whole time at home, the best way to pass the time is exercising and cooking – as evidenced by these posts from Malaysian singer Reshmonu.

Fuying & Sam


Apparently, this is what Malaysian pop duo Fuying & Sam gets up to when they’re staying put at home. They sure know how to keep their likewise house-bound fans entertained.

Fazura


Malaysian singer-actress Fazura has been actively posting reminders on Instagram, urging everyone to stay home and patiently wait out the government-imposed Movement Control Order.

Aaron Aziz


It’s been a week since Malaysia-based Singaporean actor Aaron Aziz posted that he was struck with fever even while during lockdown and advised everyone to take care of their health. Looks like now he’s healthy enough to start posting tons of videos again!

Ng Chin Han


No flying to Hollywood for now for this Singaporean actor, Ng Chin Han has been diligently staying at home and reminding his fans to do the same.

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