One of the major benefits of this unprecedented quarantine is that we’re finally getting the insight into the everyday lives of our favourite celebrities that we’ve always wanted. From Sophie Ellis Bextor’s kitchen disco’s to the always great Stanley Tucci serving up his now-viral Negroni recipe. Now, in true Meryl Streep style, the godmother of Hollywood just won self-isolation with the ultimate Zoom call – martini in tow, of course.
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The Oscar winner joined fellow actresses Christina Baranski and Audra McDonald in a drink-making performance of "The Ladies Who Lunch" for composer Stephen Sondheim's 90th birthday concert. The event, which raised money for Artists Striving To End Poverty, saw the trio dressed in their finest robes, while dramatically pouring their booze of choice as they participated in the sing-along.
While for most of us, the constant sips and refills would have ended in disaster, no actress broke character or missed a single harmony. Which, mind you, is no easy feat when you’re facing a tune riddled with so many high notes!
Naturally, fans could not get enough of the dynamic trio, taking to Twitter share their thoughts on what could go down as one of the most memorable quarantine Zoom calls of 2020. We’ll drink to that.