Ant and Dec,Holly Willoughby,Phillip Schofield and Laura Whitmore are just some of the many celebrities who have taken part in a poignant video to remind others to take care of one another.
The TV stars appeared in the video as they urged viewers to reach out to people who may be lonely in lockdown.
The video is part of of ITV’s Britain Get Talking campaign and has been released to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week.
Ant, and Dec, both 44, Holly, 39, and the other celebrities starred in the video alongside a whole host of famous faces including Tinie Tempah, David Walliams and Gordon Ramsay, who recently received backlash for fleeing to his Cornish mansion amid the lockdown, to convey the important message.
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The video shows the celebrities appearing via a video link from their perspective homes and each star reads different lines of the message, which encourages viewers to stay connected with others.
It begins with Hell’s Kitchen star Gordon, 53, saying: “Hey guys,” while other celebrities log onto the virtual call in the clip.
As David logs on he says: “Hi, sorry about the delay I was just doing dad stuff.”
Lorraine Kelly also makes an appearance, as she opened up about the coronavirus lockdown, she says: “It’s been a funny old time to say the least.”
As Love Island host Laura Whitmore, who recently sparked reports she was engaged to Iain Stirling, joins the video chat, she urges: “That’s why keeping in touch has never mattered more.”
Holly can then be seen popping up and says: “A pixelated face on a chat,” before actress Anna Friel adds: “Can help ease stress,” and Harry Redknapp ends the sentence with: “And reduce anxiety.”
Britain’s Got Talent stars Ant and Dec then make an appearance, as Declan Donnelly pops up on the screen looking confused before pointing to his screen and saying: “You’ve muted yourself”.
His TV bestie then appears and asks him: “Can you hear me now?”, while Laura can be seen laughing at Ant’s gaffe in the small preview screen below the main video call.
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Later in the video, Phillip Schofield, who recently slammed claims he has a boyfriend, joined Sheila Hancock and Iain Stirling to urge people to look “further than their inner circle”.
Ant then explains: “This Mental Health Awareness Week,” before Dec adds: “Show a friend you’re thinking of them.”
The group of stars then say: “Britain Get Talking,” at different times before the clip ends.
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