Updated on Mar 21, 2020. Posted on Mar 19, 2020

    Celebrities Who Are Currently Self-Isolating From The Coronavirus Outbreak Came Together To Sing And It's Really Something

    Sia serving us vocals? Jimmy Fallon not understanding the concept of camera angles? Will Ferrell and Mark Ruffalo challenging each other to a wild hair competition? Yep, this video has it all!

    So it's day 4,001 of self-isolation, social distancing, and washing our hands (seriously, some of you weren't doing that before and I have questions but let's do that another time).

    And, just like us, celebs across the world are staying indoors. Yep, the likes of Ariana Grande, Billie Eilish, and Kim Kardashian West are all spending time at home during this coronavirus outbreak.

    So to try and lift spirits, Gal Gadot hopped on Instagram and shared a video where she said being indoors had made her feel somewhat ~philosophical~.

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    Talking about how the virus had affected everyone around the world, Gal said: "It doesn't matter who you are or where you're from, we're all in this together."

    The Wonder Woman actor added that she recently saw a video of an Italian man playing the song "Imagine" on his balcony, calling it "so powerful and pure".

    Italians not supposed to leave their house are serenaded by a musician on his balcony. Imagine all the people, living life in peace; Imagine, living for a day when the world will live as one. #coronavirus #italy #serenadinghumanity

    You know, the John Lennon song, not the Ariana Grande one.

    And then, without warning, she started to sing: "Imagine there's no heaven..."

    Then, suddenly, it switched to Kristen Wiig singing the next line.

    Jamie Dornan was next, followed by Labrinth and James Marsden.

    Sarah Silverman popped up to give some vocals, as did Eddie Benjamin and Jimmy Fallon (who really needs to learn his angles when taking selfie videos, but that is beside the point).

    Superheroes Natalie Portman (the new Thor) and Zoë Kravitz (the new Cat Woman) had cameos too.

    Sia got to sing more than one line because, you know, vocals.

    Original Wonder Woman star Lynda Carter was next up, followed by Amy Adams, who's finally started her own Instagram account!

    Leslie Odom Jr. and Pedro Pascal took turns on the microphone, as did Chris O'Dowd and his wife Dawn O'Porter.

    Will Ferrell and Mark Ruffalo were not so much singing as challenging each other to a wild hair competition.

    Norah Jones had a little help from a dog that I want to stroke immediately, while Ashley Benson, Kaia Gerber, and Cara Delevingne teamed up for some gentle choreography.

    Annie Mumolo and Maya Rudolph rounded off the celebrity cameos.

    And then it was full circle and back to Gal Gadot. You can (and should) watch the full video for yourself.

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    Ben Henry is a celebrity reporter for BuzzFeed UK and is based in London.

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