Madonna determined to breathe in ‘Covid-19 air’ after learning she has the anti-bodies to ‘protect her’.
The Like A Virgin singer created a film noir style Quarantine Diary explaining that she had a test done for coronavirus and was told she has tested negative.
Of course, the first thing she wanted to do was drive around Los Angeles with the windows down.
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She began: ‘Quarantine Diaries 14. I think it’s quite significant that the paper I’m typing on just caught on fire and consumed my paper,’ before picking up the paper and feigned looking worried.
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‘I took a test the other day,’ the 61-year-old said. ‘And I found out that I have the antibodies so tomorrow I’m just going to go on a long drive in a car, roll down the windows and I’m going to breathe in the Covid-19 air.
‘I hope the sun is shining. I have not been wanting to write lately but that does not mean I’m not thinking, thinking about what I want to write or want to say.’
The star went on to discuss how actions are more important than words before she jokingly began talking to her candle.
She said: ‘You must now go to bed, you naughty little candle.’
This comes after a previous quarantine diary had her opening up about the loss of her cousin and two friends amid the outbreak.
The singer shared a series of videos to her Instagram story of her daughter Mercy James playing the piano while in lockdown as well.
She captioned the clips ‘stay home, stay safe’. It follows after the pop star shared the tragic news that she lost three of her loved ones in just 24 hours.
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Madonna, who didn’t specify if they died of Covid-19, shared the tragic news on Instagram with a video captioned ‘Quarantine day 9’.
The pop star is sat at a desk typing on a type-writer where she began: ‘In the last 24 hours, my cousin has died, my security guard’s brother has died and Orlando Puerta, a very important person who played an important part in my life.’
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