Bravolebs have been sharing how they've been maintaining their sanity while social distancing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. After Andy Cohen tested positive for coronavirus, Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen returned on Monday, March 30, with Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen: @ Home. And while Andy was at home, so were his three guests: The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Nene Leakes, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Lisa Rinna, and Jerry O'Connell. So, Andy wanted to know just what they were up to while self-isolating at home.
"What's keeping you going? Are you watching the news/not watching the news?" Andy asked.
"Well, I try not to watch the news too much, just a little bit because I think it's like going down the rabbit hole and you need to be informed but obviously you can't watch too much," Lisa said. "'Tiger King' saved me, as it did many. There's a class by Isaac Boots called 'Torch'd;' he does it live every day at 11 a.m. East Coast time. I love Isaac Boots; that is saving me and it's saving my ass, because I'm drinking too much, let's face it. I'm drinking every night and that's probably my only concern is I'm drinking!"
Nene offered some self-quarantining tips to help you feel human: "I have to tell you one of the things that is getting me through," she began. "I decided every morning I was going to make my bed. Because I was getting out of my bed and just leaving it unmade because I'm just staying near the house."
And Nene's even using the time home to pick up a new skill: "Because we're staying home, a lot of us like me and Lisa wear makeup when we're on camera, so I don't really know how to do my makeup that good. So I went on YouTube and I found a YouTuber that's teaching beginners how to do makeup. So I'm learning how to do makeup; every morning I have a beginners class on YouTube. I'm putting on press-on nails; I'm just trying to do certain things... us girls like me and Lisa, we want to look fabulous all the time, but we can't get to our hair and makeup."
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