“If you need to work out while on #selfquarantine try this 😂 hopefully this will brighten your day a little,” the New Jersey native, 34, wrote via Instagram on March 16, alongside a TikTok video.
Tisdale shared a clip of herself wearing a tie-dye sweatshirt, with her hair in a topknot doing the iconic dance moves to “We’re All in This Together” from High School Musical.
While staying inside and staying safe — in accordance with CDC guidelines — other celebrities joined Tisdale’s lead by creating videos with their loved ones this month.
Tinashe got her dad, college professor Michael Kachingwe, in on the fun by posting a clip of them perfectly in sync dancing to “Computerized Love” on March 19. “My dad wanted in,” she captioned the video via her Instagram at the time.
“Taking the Rona in stride and trying to keep it safe! Can a brotha get a dance feature @tinashenow lol?” Kachingwe wrote via Instagram on the same clip.
“Got another workout in -trying to make the most of staying home … not gonna front, today was a bit of struggle, but we ended on a high note #momanddaughter #workout #stayhome #stayhealthy #staystrong,” the Fantastic Four actress wrote via Instagram on Saturday, March 21.
The mother-daughter duo rocked out to “Funkytown” by Lipps Inc. and were all smiles while doing so.
Former flames Hannah Brown and Tyler Cameron sparked romance rumors during their self-quarantine time together — where they have made a lot of videos on TikTok while hunkering down in his native Florida.
In one clip, Brown, 25, tried to make a basket while swimming in a pool and in another she introduced fans to a cute puppy.
The pair’s “quarantine crew” have uploaded videos for the past few weeks. Some include dancing, another showed Cameron, 27, teaching the Alabama native how to say “Tyler” correctly. One of their more recent clips showed the duo competing to win $400 by having Brown repeat everything that the model did correctly — which she did.
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