Laura Whitmore is the latest celebrity to join in the RTÉ 2FM campaign #CreateDontContaminate.
The Love Island host got all dressed up with nowhere to go for the fourth day of the campaign, which aims to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus and raise awareness around the importance of social distancing.
Whitmore wore a sparkly gold and black dress and danced to Cher's hit Shoop Shoop song.
YES @thewhitmore 🥰— RTÉ 2FM (@RTE2fm) March 20, 2020
All Dressed Up with nowhere to go...#CreateDontContaminate pic.twitter.com/0rPXXiadwp
The campaign was launched on St. Patrick’s Day and has gone viral on TikTok, with #CreateDontContaminate videos getting 3.3m views.
Others who have supported the campaign and spread the word are Gavin James, Tomas O'Se, Jackie Tyrrell, Darran O'Sullivan, Anthony Daly, Joanne Cantwell, Danny from The Script, Joey Carbery, Rosie Connolly, Impressionist Conor Moore, Stephanie Roche, Greg O'Shea and Maura Higgins.
Nothing to see here...— RTÉ 2FM (@RTE2fm) March 19, 2020
Just @TheScript_Danny beatboxing while playing the violin 🎻 🤷🏽♂️#CreateDontContaminate pic.twitter.com/evRElv9XV7
The purpose of the campaign is for young people to make content from anywhere in their house, with creative challenges in music, comedy, dance, art, story-telling, fashion or beauty. The best, funniest and most inventive pieces of content will get a chance to go viral, with help from RTE’s social media platforms. Each day RTÉ's team will be collaborating with creatives, sports personalities and community leaders to choose their favourites.
The project is designed to kickstart a movement to keep young people’s energy and spirits up while keeping their families and communities safe.
The challenge for Day 5 (Saturday) is 'Party of One’ - we’d like you to show us your party tricks! Tag @RTE2FM using #CreateDontContaminate when sharing.