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Rita Wilson social distancing rap

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Rita Wilson and her husband, Oscar victor Tom Hanks, tested positive for coronavirus and were quarantined in Australia for almost two weeks.

She later shared Rita Wilson's Quarantunes, which includes her own song, There Will Be a Better Day, as well as CĂ©line Dion's All By Myself. Taking to Instagram, Wilson shared a video of herself looking rather positive that was posted with the following caption.

In a video post to Instagram, Wilson said: "I am going to give you my phone number and you can text me and I am going to text you back".

"Going stir insane? Have a suggestion for my Quarantunes playlist?" Textual content me so I can let you already know what I'm as much as, once I'm in your metropolis (as soon as we will go away our homes), and so we will keep in contact.

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"So we can stay in touch". I mean, not ACTUALLY touch. The Sleepless In Seattle star has handed out her cellphone quantity, sure actually, and desires individuals to textual content her as a way to assist deal with the social distancing and self-isolation so many people are experiencing proper now.

If you've ever wanted to text Rita Wilson, for any reason, now is the time.

'So feel free to text me to my cell phone number.

"I was trolling in that last video obviously because I'm pissed off at what you motherf-kers are f-king saying about my family-the ridiculous, sick f-king s-t that you guys like to sit around and f-king think about is f-king disgusting".

On March 23, Tom Hanks once again took to Twitter to give a significant update on the status of their health after being on self-quarantine for nearly two weeks. He encouraged fans to shelter in place to stop the spread of the virus: "Sheltering in place works like this: You don't give it to anyone - You don't get it from anyone. Common sense, no?" he added.

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