What's Trending: Dua Lipa's Song To Self Quarantine

Imagine, Bangdemic, Dua Lipa, Hallmark

March 20, 2020

What’s Trending: Friday, March 20th, 2020

  • #Imagine
    • Actress Gal Gadot enlisted some of her celebrity friends to band together and sing “Imagine” to uplift everyone’s spirits among the coronavirus pandemic.
    • Unfortunately, it seems to have backfired.
    • She shard the compilation video of a group of celebrities including Will Ferrell, Natalie Portman, Mark Ruffalo and more as they self-isolate at home.
    • While her intentions were good, it sparked outrage online as many people wondered why the group of wealthy celebrities could donate money instead.
    • One person commented, “Hey look at all the rich people singing Imagine. Everything will be alright now, even though we both lost our jobs. This was so much better than money and not cringy at all!”
  • #Bangdemic
    • Bored women are cutting their bangs during quarantine.
    • Christman Since most of us are shut inside our homes for the foreseeable future thanks to coronavirus, Americans are experimenting with home workouts, intricate recipes and new hairstyles.
    • But one Hollywood stylist to the stars is saying, “I don’t know who needs to hear this, but this is not the time to cut your bangs at home.”
    • Many women are trying the viral twist method but stylists say if you try this method, you’ll likely end up with crooked bangs.
  • #DuaLipa
    • The lyrics to the singer’s hit song “Don’t Start Now” are going viral as the perfect reminder to self-quarantine.
    • Mems are presenting the lyrics as bullet points for “How to avoid coronavirus:”
      • Don’t show up
      • Don’t come out
      • Don’t start caring about me now
      • Walk away, you know how
      • Don’t start caring about me now
    • She even shared the meme writing, “I don’t make the rules.”
  • #Hallmark
    • They are airing a Christmas movie marathon for viewers who are stuck at home.
    • The network announced, “We need a Little Christmas,” a marathon featuring fan-favorite “Countdown to Christmas” movies.
    • Starting today at noon, Hallmark will air 27 original holiday films.
    • The marathon will end Sunday at 6pm.
    • For a full listing of the movies, go to mix941.fm
    • It’s Christmas in March!