Transcript for Kevin Bacon uses ‘6 Degrees’ game to encourage social distancing
Right now let's get some "Pop news" with Lara. Let's do it. Good morning, everybody. I'm trying to work sunshiny colors. It's working. Thank you. Thank you. Do you guys remember six degrees of Kevin bacon, that game? Right. Not only is Kevin in on the joke, but he's using it as a public service announcement to encourage people to self-isolate. Check out this video he posted on Twitter. Hi, folks. You know me, right? I'm technically only six degrees away from you. Right now like people around the world, I'm staying home. Every one of us has someone who is worth staying home for, and I am staying home for Kyra speak of the devil. The star has been married to Kyra for 32 beautiful years. He goes on to encourage everybody to post a sign, or make a sign and say, I'm staying home for, and post it on your social media with the #istayhomefor. We all did it. I stay home for duff, Kate, Rick. We're going home after keep ourg social distance. Robin? Sweet amber. I'm staying home for everybody. Kevin bacon, thank you for gives us something to do. Brad paisley is also in the news and his gorgeous wife, Kimberly doing their part as well. Take a look. Hey, guys. I'm here at the store. I want to give you a tour. Come on in. Welcome inside. Guys, that's Kimberly giving a tour of the free grocery store in Nashville for everyone who might need a meal. It was built for the devastating tornado, and now the coronavirus. They knew they needed to act they have stocked the shelves, opened it early and taken it the next level. On Brad's Instagram, the store as it's called will make home deliveries free of charge. Free food to any elderly person who needs it. They of course, the most at risk. Listen up. The store is open, but in light of how times have changed, we have decided to change the way we do things a bit. We're mobilizing a group of volunteers to deliver groceries, one week's groceries to elderly people that should not be out shopping on their own in these Brad, thank you. Brad encouraging users, if you know somebody who might need their service, reach out to him with names and help anybody who might need a warm meal. It's a double whammy for them, with the tornado they went through, and now the coronavirus. Brad's school has teamed up with them to get it going and tock those shelves. If you know anybody in that area, by all means, let them know. It's the volunteer state. Yes. Finally, there have been some really -- I'm sure you've noticed on social media, creative funny posts addressing this strange new normal that we all now live in. For starters, never before had events in Truman, Arkansas made a bouquet like this one. It started as a joke on their Facebook page, but quickly went viral. Now they're actually offered a limited number of these beauties only to local delivery. It made us laugh, and so did check out this that we found on social media. Thank you for coming. That's Enrico. He figured out how to have a glass of wine. Well abiding by the CDC's suggestions for social distancing. Finally look at this one. You guys, really please focus on one of the many creative suggestions on how to deal with your kids when you really, really need a break. Dada. Dada. Oh, thank you, social world. Keep the creativity coming. That was good. Those moments, the levity on social media being passed around the country giving us a laugh in this otherwise nerve-racking time. We needed a good laugh. Wait until she grows up and sees that video again. Not so fun piny. Looking for you.
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