Transcript for Kylie Jenner and other celebs open their wallets to help fight coronavirus
on TV, but it is time for "Pop news," and we begin with celebrities opening up their wallets. First up is kylie Jenner. She made a massive donation to the fight against coronavirus giving $1 million that will be used to buy hundreds of thousands of face masks, face shields and other protective gear that health care workers on the front lines desperately need right now, and she's not the only one showing her generosity. Taylor Swift is helping her fans who are currently out of work, directly. Taylor stunned at least two fans by sending them gifts of $3,000 each. One, a cocktail waitress, and the other an artist in New York City. Ariana grande is doing big things right now. She has been using venmo to send money to her fans hardest hit. One fan saying grande took care of her salary for one month. Incredible, the ways that these celebrities are stepping up to help people, and in many cases, directly. That is really nice. Just to do that for the people who support you. Yeah. Very nice. Yeah, exactly. All right. So now if you are getting a little tired of the company that you are keeping while quarantined, well, we've got a solution for you. You can foster a furry friend. So many shelters have been hit hard because of the coronavirus pandemic, but people everywhere are stepping up to help animals find homes, including Lisa Marie Presley and her family. They shared this picture of their foster puppy. That's her and her twins. They've taken in three dogs so far. Lisa Marie, just one of many opening their doors to animals in need. In fact, guys, New York City -- in New York City, people are adopting so many animals right now that shelters are running out of cats and dogs. A furry silver lining to these very strange times. You have to remember there are still animals out there that need help too. People are really stepping up. And finally, we have one of our favorite videos of the morning. With so many musicians and performers from all walks of life out of work right now, jazz musician Chad elby decided to use the power of music to bring people together. Take a look at this. how about that? That is Chad and 18 of his closest and most talented friends playing "Easy to love" as a big virtual band. Chad telling us, quote, we're hoping our video spreads positivity, and encourages people to continue making music together during this quarantine. Chad says next, they're going to work on an album. Chad is encouraging viewers to donate to help muse sigss during this tough time. Everybody finding ways to fill the days. I could listen to that all day. Janai, thanks so much. All for a good cause too. I can't find 18 friends who can all get together, figure out how to get on camera like that.
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