TikTok partnered with celebrities and creators to launch #HappyAtHome: Live!, a weekly schedule of programming running from Monday to Friday.
The first week of TikTok’s #HappyAtHome: Live! programming ended on Friday, featuring celebrities like musicians and singers, every evening at 5:00 PM PDT.
The goal of the series is simple, according to the recent announcement:
“…to share in a bit of levity, provide some comfort, and embrace the responsibility we all have to do the right thing by staying inside and stopping the spread.”
The live programs listed below were broadcasted in the last week, and more will follow.
Motivation Monday: Inspirational talks, workouts, dance classes, and cooking tips. The show features Tyra Banks, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Derek Hough, tWitch & Allison Holker, and Eitan Bernath.
Kick Back Tuesday: Users can join some of TikTok’s most popular creators for game night, makeup tutorials, and chat sessions with the likes of Loren Gray, Charli D’Amelio, Adam Ray, and Addison Rae.
Show & Tell Wednesday: Time to hear from Dear Evan Hansen star Jordan Fisher, step into magic tricks with Zach King, keep it real with iconic actress and entrepreneur, Tracee Ellis Ross, and much more from TikTok’s diverse community of creators.
EduTok Thursday: TikTok teamed up with Dr. Phil and Bill Nye for thoughtful conversations, advice, and life tips. TikTok will also continue to livestream Q&A sessions with the World Health Organization (WHO).
Sound Check Friday: An opportunity for users to wind down at the end of the week and get pumped for the weekend. The show features intimate performances from top artists’ homes to yours. Join GRAMMY award winner and host Alicia Keys, with Jason Derulo, Megan Thee Stallion, Troye Sivan, Meghan Trainor, Yungblud, Hailee Steinfeld, Lauv, Kelsea Ballerini, and DJ Khaled for a night of music, stories and major keys.
TikTok hasn’t confirmed for how long #HappyAtHome: Live! will stream for, but if it proves popular we can only assume it will be at least for as long as people are stuck inside.
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