After the WHO (World Health Organization) declared COVID-19 as a pandemic, many Hollywood celebrities have decided to stay quarantined at home and avoid contact with the outside world. After celebrities Idris Elba, Tom Hanks, Rudy Gobert, and others were detected positive with the deadly virus, many people have been trying to avoid stepping out of their homes. While many choose to stay quarantined at home, in a video shared on social media, Selena Gomez is spotted breaking self-isolation rule and heading out for some chipotle with friends.
On Instagram, a fan page account of Selena Gomez shared a video posted by her friend. In the video, Selena is spotted with a mask covering her face while she’s headed out breaking the self-isolation rule with her friends. The video features Gomez walking around on the streets of Los Angeles with her friends heading up for some chipotle. While Selena features in the video with her friend, the girls look all geared up with preventive safety measures to avoid getting in touch with the deadly virus.
In the video, apart from the mask, Selena is covered in a baggy purple-coloured hoodie and has her head covered as well. As the singer walks like a pro on the streets of LA, in the video, her friend is heard telling Selena how she might be on the news once someone watches the video. Moving on, Selena responds to her friend and talks about how the newsmakers are not aware that it is the singer walking out of quarantine.
Meanwhile, as Selena Gomez stepped out for some chipotle out of boredom in self-isolation, talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres also shared a series of videos on how she’s trying to keep herself entertained in self-quarantine at home by calling friends. Also Read:GoT Actress And Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's Co-Star Indira Varma Reveals Being Tested Positive For COVID-19
Image source: Instagram/ @selfetishs, Selena Gomez
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