Celebs Keep Making People Cringe With Their Social Posts During A Health Crisis

~Imagine there’s no publicists.~

The coronavirus has forced millions to adjust their daily lives and stay indoors—but some celebrities seem to be handling the pandemic a bit worse than the rest of us. With strange rants online, and weird songs, people want to know, “why though?” 

Here are some of the most cringeworthy celebrity moments during the pandemic, according to...a lot of people:

Let's recap: 

Gal Gadot and friends decided to sing “Imagine” by John Lennon:

And people were not having it:

Don’t worry, John Mayer saved the video by doing his own version:

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A Simple Misunderstanning.

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Vanessa Hudgens asked why we’re taking the coronavirus so seriously when people are going to die anyways?

What does this mean, Sia?

50 Cent is worried about people getting fat during quarantine:

Kim Kardashian West and Kris Jenner talked about social distancing while not actually social distancing:

Also Kim K tweeted about the Taylor Swift feud even though now is really not the time:

People responded accordingly:

Priyanka Chopra just clapped on her balcony:

But she is also getting involved and working with the World Health Organization to spread useful information so people can forgive her:

Madonna’s bizarre remix of her song “Vogue” but singing about fried fish for some reason:

...And then her weird bathtub rant that she has since deleted from her Instagram and Twitter (but the internet keeps receipts):

Arnold Schwarzenegger ate a meal with his… live-in donkey and tiny horse?

Elon Musk has been pretty ambivalent toward the pandemic despite his technological connections and gazillions of dollars:


And Ellen DeGeneres has just been constantly calling A-list celebrities and recording it:

Understandably, people are not here for the celebrities and their weird behavior during the COVID-19 outbreak:

Before you go, cleanse your palette with this PSA from Ryan Reynolds: