Transcript for Jimmy Kimmel is keeping busy with mini-monologue amid show hiatus
help us out, but now it is time for "Pop news" with Lara It is. So pop your VCR in, everybody. Let's do this. The show must go on for Jimmy his late night show is on hiatus, but in the meantime, Jimmy is keeping busy with mini monologues or mini logs. They're courtesy of his kids. There you go. On his inaugural episode, look how he's passing the time with his family. Take a look. Thank goodness for TV right now. My blood type right now is Disney positive. Disney plus or whatever they call it. I'm actually hiding in my office right now from my children. We get it. Jimmy says he'll be doing these mini logs until things get back to normal and he can return to the show. Thank you, Jimmy, for the laugh. Also popping this morning, some of the world's greatest stars in music giving us some comfort during this trying time. Chris martin did it putting on a livestream concert from home. I was watching as was Michael Strahan. We're such fans of his, and now fellow musicians are following Keith urban played a concert from his basement. yes. So nice. It's so good, and wait for it. John legend is spreading the love. Legend hosting an Instagram live performance from his piano at home in L.A. Wearing a robe, and we got a cameo from his wife, Chrissy. Take a look. Give my all to you you're my end and my beginning even when I lose, I'm winning Lucky girl. John was also joined by his little girl, Luna as he asked his fans if you're enjoying this, just consider donating to feed America. Katherine Mcphee also posting daily duets. So talented, they are. If you prefer something a little more classical, the metropolitan opera house which has closed its doors due to health concerns is streaming its best operas every night at 7:30 P.M. Eastern. Wonderful so many are offering comfort through music. Different types of music. I'll be your daily guide right now to all things internet. Broadway may be dark, but the internet is lighting up with a new challenge that's giving professionals a chance to showcase their talents and raise money. It's the Broadway hand wash challenge where Broadway actors sing a show tune to demonstrate the amount of time the CDC recommends we wash our hands. Doing multitasking. They nominated another actor to do the same to a song of their choice. Check out the genie in "Aladdin," giving us a little phantom. The journey to a strange new world let your soul take you where you long be I wasn't singing it. I was just doing -- Like, what is going on? He made it to all 20 seconds. What a voice. Yes. I hear he's coming on soon. Is he? I just heard is that Breaking news? This just in. I think he's coming on. I hope you're coming on. Yes. James, we can't wait. We hope you'll donate to the actors fund which donates to the theater industry. I had a funny one. We ran out of time. You get it tomorrow. You got it. Moving onto our "Gma" cover
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