Miley also asks you to be nice to each other during these unprecedented times.
Like so many of us, Miley Cyrus is still trying to figure out what life looks like under quarantine, as much of the nation is hunkered down at home amid the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Luckily for Cyrus, she’s got her old Hannah Montana clips to keep her company, and she picked some classic ones to share with fans as she encouraged them to be kind to each other.
“Day 2 quarantine. This is the REAL ME. RIGHT NOW,” Cyrus wrote on Saturday alongside a clip in which Hannah, wearing a white mask, tries to tidy up a nasty bathroom without getting any of her dad’s cooties on her.
She also weighed in on the importance of social distancing during this time — staying at least six feet away from other people to avoid getting the coronavirus — writing “Social F—ing Distancing. #HannahAlwaysKnowsBest” to go with a pic of her character saying “Did you see that? The new guy touched me. Didn’t anybody tell him?”
In an apparent commentary on the hoarding of items such as toilet paper and other essentials that is going on in some cities, Cyrus offered some peaceful advice. “Be thoughtful. Respectful. Compassionate. HUMAN. while preparing for social distancing….” she said. “NO ONE needs every soup in the store, The more we hoard the more expensive and sparse necessities will become, leaving many without essentials. This is a great time to practice restraint… it’s incredibly difficult to make smart decisions while panicking , but think twice before following the fear and being inconsiderate. There is enough to go around if we take care of one another. This is a beautiful time to LEAD!”
On Sunday (March 15) she presented a clip of Lilly scrubbing the house to a polish, with the note “Find yourself a Lilly…. @HannahMontanapredictedcoronavirus.” Cyrus joins Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande in urging Americans to be kind to one another and adhere to the plea for social distancing.
Watch the clips below.
For information on how to stay safe and receive updates on the spread of the disease in the U.S., visit the CDC website.