From at-home jam sessions to at-home musical specials to cast reunions, Wonderwall.com is rounding up all the livestreams and concerts that are available to watch while social distancing amid 2020's COVID-19 health crisis… On May 9, Baby2Baby will host a Mother's Day-themed Instagram Live to support all the moms whose lives have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Chrissy Teigen, Kelly Rowland, Drew Barrymore, Ali Wong, Jessica Alba, Gwyneth Paltrow, Nicole Richie and Jennifer Garner are among the proud mamas who will be celebrating Mother's Day on the livestream. It goes live on Baby2Baby's Instagram page on Saturday, May 9, at 3 p.m. EST. Keep reading for more…
Following the success of the first installment of "The Disney Family Singalong" — which aired on April 16 and featured performances from Ariana Grande, Jordan Fisher, Auli'i Cravalho, Luke Evans and many more — ABC has decided to do it again! On May 10 — Mother's Day — ABC will broadcast "The Disney Family Singalong 2." It will again be hosted by Ryan Seacrest and this time will feature at-home performances from Donald Glover, Halsey, Josh Gad, Idina Menzel, Miguel, Ben Platt, Seth Rogen, Anika Noni Rose, Shakira, Chloe x Halle and more. In addition to performing solo, some celebrities will join forces to perform beloved Disney hits including "A Whole New World," "Part of Your World" and "Poor Unfortunate Souls." Tune in to ABC on Sunday, May 10, at 8 p.m. EST to watch "The Disney Family Singalong 2." If you're unable to catch the live broadcast, don't fret — like the first one, it will also be made available to rewatch on ABC.com, Disney+ and Hulu.
On May 11, Tina Fey will host "Rise Up New York!" — a virtual telethon to raise money for New Yorkers struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic. The hour-long event, which benefits Robin Hood (New York's largest poverty-fighting organization), will feature famous New Yorkers like Barbra Streisand, Bette Midler, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Mayor Bill de Blasio, Chris Rock, Michael Strahan, Ben Platt, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jennifer Lopez, Jimmy Fallon, Robert De Niro and many more (Billy Joel and Mariah Carey are among the performers). In addition to airing on NYC TV stations, "Rise Up New York!" will be broadcast across the country at 7 p.m. EST on Monday, May 11, on CNBC. It will also stream on local iHeartMedia and Entercom radio stations plus SiriusXM nationally.
She might have had to cancel her big summer shows, but fans will still be able to get a concert experience from this Grammy-winning artist! On May 17 at 10 p.m. EST, ABC will air "Taylor Swift: City of Lover Concert" following the "American Idol" season finale (the special will then be made available to stream on Hulu and Disney+ starting May 18 at midnight EST). Filmed in September 2019 at the L'Olympia Theater in Paris, the concert special will show Taylor performing tracks from her critically acclaimed seventh studio album, "Lover," to a crowd of adoring Swifties who traveled from 37 countries to be there for the intimate experience.
On May 16, President Barack Obama will deliver a televised commencement speech as part of the "Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020" special. The former POTUS will also chat with high school seniors and their families during the primetime special, which airs on Saturday, May 16, at 8 p.m. EST and 7 p.m. CST on all major social media platforms and networks.
Hollywood is stepping up to praise and celebrate high school and college seniors who were cheated out of a formal graduation event this spring due to the COVID-19 health crisis. On May 15, Oprah Winfrey will deliver an online commencement address, Miley Cyrus will perform her perseverance-themed hit "The Climb" and other stars including Jennifer Garner, Lil Nas X, Awkwafina and Olympic gymnast Simone Biles will appear on "#Graduation2020: Facebook and Instagram Celebrate the Class of 2020." The online event starts on Friday, May 15, at 2 p.m. EST and 11 a.m. PST and can be viewed on Facebook Watch. Segments will also be posted on the @Instagram account as well as stars' individual accounts.
The coronavirus pandemic has continued to alter the lives of everyone across the world, including the graduating class of 2020. As a result, celebrities are coming together to do what they can to give seniors a semblance of normalcy and a means to celebrate a milestone moment like their graduation. On Friday, May 15, the iHeart podcast "Commencement: Speeches for the Class of 2020" will become available to stream. It will feature recorded speeches from many stars including Hillary Clinton, John Legend and Jimmy Fallon. The podcast special can be found on iHeartRadio, iHeartMedia radio broadcasts and other podcast platforms.
On Friday, May 15, Her Campus — a female-driven company with ownership of Spoon University, InfluenceHer Collective and College Fashionista — will be putting on "I'm Still Graduating," an online graduation ceremony for the class of 2020. Stars like Eva Longoria, Margaret Cho, Liam Payne, Jesse McCartney, Radhika Jones, Brooke Baldwin, Andrew Yang, and Tamron Hall are scheduled to speak at the virtual convocation. The online ceremony, which will feature a variety of speeches and lively performances, airs on ImStillGraduating.com at 12 p.m. EST on May 15.
On June 3, instead of celebrating its annual "Artists of the Year" event, CMT will broadcast "CMT Celebrates Our Heroes" to spotlight Americans who are contributing to their own communities during the coronavirus pandemic. Beloved country stars like Miranda Lambert, Thomas Rhett, Lady Antebellum, Kelsea Ballerini and Little Big Town are set to perform. Catch the special two-hour tribute to all the extraordinary workers on CMT on Wednesday, June 3, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
New York's largest healthcare provider, Northwell Health, is presenting a television special, "Side by Side: A Celebration of Service" — which honors healthcare workers and the military — on May 25 (that's Memorial Day) at 7 p.m. EST on WNBC Channel 4. Leading up to the televised special, Northwell Health will also host a "#HealthcareHeroes Concert Series" livestream, which will take place every Monday at 7 p.m. EST. In addition to incorporating conversations with healthcare professionals, the series will feature performances by Meghan Trainor and Gavin DeGraw. The final two installments of the "#HealthcareHeroes Concert Series" will be available to stream on Northwell Health's YouTube channel on May 11 and May 18 (the first concert, which featured a live DJ set from Questlove, streamed on May 4).
On May 5, in partnership with Tostitos, Mario Lopez and wife Courtney Lopez hosted "Salsa for Cinco," an Instagram Live on which they gave free salsa-dancing lessons to their followers. The couple directed classes in an effort to raise money for UnidosUS, a nonprofit group that raises awareness about the impact of COVID-19 on Latino communities. Prior to the event, Tostitos announced that for every person who watched the Instagram livestream, they'd contribute an additional $5, up to $100,000 on top of $100,000 they'd donated to help 125 low-income Latino families during the coronavirus crisis. Visit Mario's Instagram page, @mariolopez, to rewatch some of the live salsa lesson.
On May 1, the virtual fashion show and behind-the-scenes special "Carine Roitfeld's CR Runway with amfAR Against COVID-19: Fashion Unites" streamed globally. The event was hosted by Derek Blasberg, YouTube's head of fashion and beauty partnerships, and featured appearances by Kim Kardashian West, Karlie Kloss, Hailey Bieber, Ashley Graham, Adriana Lima, Winnie Harlow, Alessandra Ambrosio, Shanina Shaik, Diane von Fürstenberg and more. The 30-minute fashion show, which showcased models in garments from their own wardrobes, is available to rewatch on Derek's YouTube channel.
On May 2, Nickelodeon's "Kids' Choice Awards 2020: Celebrate Together" took place, making it the first remotely produced award show to occur during the coronavirus pandemic. The KCAs, which were originally set to take place on March 22, were hosted by "Victorious" alum Victoria Justice. During the show, Nickelodeon presented a $1 million donation to No Kid Hungry to provide help for those negatively impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Stars like Dwayne Johnson, Ariana Grande, Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, Millie Bobby Brown, BTS, Ellen DeGeneres, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello appeared on the virtual award show. Highlights from the KCAs are available to watch now on Nickelodeon's YouTube channel.
On May 7, Zac Brown Band performed on Verizon's "Pay It Forward LIVE," weekly livestream in support of small businesses affected by COVID-19. The series' inaugural episode, which premiered on March 26, featured an intimate at-home performance from Dave Matthews. "Over the course of 'Pay It Forward Live' viewers are encouraged to tag their favorite local businesses and do what they can to support them," read a statement from the company. Verizon also announced that it's donating $10 to support small business, up to $2.5 million, when the hashtag #PayItForwardLive is used. "PayItForward LIVE" is available to stream on Verizon's Twitter, Yahoo and Twitch pages.
"Parks and Recreation" fans got a real treat on April 30 when the main cast reunited online — and in character — for NBC's "A Parks and Recreation Special." The 30-minute event featured Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones, Aziz Ansari, Nick Offerman, Aubrey Plaza, Chris Pratt, Adam Scott, Rob Lowe, Jim O'Heir and Retta plus a ton of special guests including Paul Rudd (as Bobby Newport), Ben Schwartz (as Jean-Ralphio), Jason Mantzoukas (as Dennis Feinstein), Jon Glaser (as dentist Jeremy Jamm) and more. The storyline? Leslie Knope, who's now running the U.S. Department of Interior, misses her old Pawnee friends and institutes a Zoom calling tree to make they all check in on one another during a pandemic lockdown. The special raised money for Feeding America's COVID-19 Response Fund, which helps food banks across the country, with State Farm, Subaru of America, NBCUniversal and the "Parks & Rec" writers, producers and cast making $500,00 in matching donations. The special will be available to watch on Peacock, NBC's streaming service, when it launches in July, but for now, see it again on NBC.com.
On April 26, "Take Me to the World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration" streamed in celebration of the legendary composer's milestone year. The roster of A-list performances include best friends Beanie Feldstein and Ben Platt's rendition of "It Takes Two," Neil Patrick Harris's performance of "Witch's Rap," Lin-Manuel Miranda's performance of "Giants in the Sky" and Christine Baranski, Audra McDonald, and Meryl Streep's headline-stealing rendition of "Ladies Who Lunch." The cheerful birthday salute is available to rewatch on Broadway.com's YouTube channel.
On April 28, the cast of "Melrose Place" reunited on the "Stars In the House" YouTube benefit series hosted by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley. This marked the first time castmates Josie Bissett, Marcia Cross, Thomas Calabro, Laura Leighton, Heather Locklear, Grant Show, Doug Savant, Andrew Shue, Daphne Zuniga and Courtney Thorne-Smith have been together again since 2012. The reunion supported The Actors Fund, to which fans could donate during the stream. The "Melrose Place" castmates aren't the only former colleagues who've reunited on "Stars In The House" — the casts of "One Day At A Time," "The Facts of Life" and "The Love Boat" also got back together for a throwback Thursday livestream on April 30th. Rewatch these and more TV cast reunions on the "Stars In The House" YouTube channel.
On April 26, a slew of stars appeared on GLAAD's "Together in Pride: You Are Not Alone," a benefit special to raise funds for LGBTQ community centers. The online extravaganza — which was co-hosted by comedians Billy Eichner and Lilly Singh — also featured appearances by Billy Porter, Pete and Chasten Buttigieg, Rosie O'Donnell, Jonathan Van Ness, Kesha, Melissa Etheridge, Matt Bomer, Adam Lambert, Bebe Rexha, Dan Levy, Wilson Cruz, Kathy Griffin, Gigi Gorgeous, Nats Getty, Sean Hayes, Sharon Stone, Tatiana Maslany, Ross Mathews, the cast of Broadway's "Jagged Little Pill" and more. It's available to rewatch on GLAAD's YouTube channel.
On April 26, Canadian celebrities came together to put on the "Stronger Together, Tous Ensembles" benefit to support Food Bank Canada's $140 million coronavirus pandemic campaign. The television special included A-list Canadians from around the globe including Justin Bieber, Shania Twain, Celine Dion, Bryan Adams, Michael Bublé, Alessia Cara, Barenaked Ladies and a last-minute performance by Drake, who closed out the special. "Deadpool" actor and proud Canadian Ryan Reynolds, along with former Hollywood couple Will Arnett and Amy Poehler, also made appearances during the special to remind Canadians of the importance of hand washing and social distancing. During the show, the Biebs shared how he and wife Hailey Baldwin were self-isolating in Canada. "Stronger Together, Tous Ensembles" is available to rewatch on CTV.ca, CBC.ca and Globaltv.com.
Post Malone has long been a huge fan of '90s band Nirvana, so he combined his love of their music with giving back: He sang and played guitar on a range of Nirvana tracks during a live concert from his Utah home on April 24 along with Travis Barker on drums, Nick Mack on guitar and Brian Lee on bass, all in different rooms — and they not only nailed it but raised more than $4 million for the United Nations Foundation's COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization. Even better, the online event had the blessing of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain's widow, Courtney Love, and Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic. The concert can be rewatched on Post Malone's YouTube Channel.
On April 21, comedian Dave Chappelle, who was quarantined at home in Ohio, helped raise more than $100,000 for comedians who've found themselves jobless due to the coronavirus pandemic. He and a cast of all-star comics like Whitney Cummings, Bill Burr, Chris D'Elia, Bobby Lee and Andrew Santino all appeared on a three-podcast video conference benefit for The Comedy Store Family Fund. "The Comedy Store wants to spread some joy as everyone is sheltering in place," the venue explained, as reported by Deadline, before the benefit took place. "The Comedy Store Benefit" is available to rewatch on The Comedy Store's YouTube channel.
Missing the magic of Disney's theme parks? Well, now you can virtually watch their fireworks from the comfort of your own home! On April 24, Walt Disney World streamed a special presentation of the Magic Kingdom fireworks show for fans to enjoy while self-isolating. The "Happily Ever After Fireworks Show" is just under 19 minutes long and features colorful explosions, projections and tunes, all against the backdrop of Cinderella's Castle near Orlando, Florida. The evening spectacular is available to rewatch on the Disney Parks' YouTube channel.
New Jersey music heavyweights including Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi, Tony Bennett and Halsey joined forces to benefit the state's fight against COVID-19 on April 22. The New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund's "Jersey 4 Jersey" fundraiser — which also featured stars including Fountains of Wayne, Kelly Ripa, Chelsea Handler, Danny DeVito, Charlie Puth, Whoopi Goldberg, SZA, Jon Stewart and more — streamed on Apple Music and Apple TV, E Street Radio on SiriusXM and local TV and radio stations. It's available to watch and listen to again on demand.
On March 29, "Jack Ryan" star John Krasinski kicked off his web series, "Some Good News," on YouTube. The 15-to-20-minute episodes aim to highlight "some good news from around the world" while also inviting surprise celebrity guests to share in the feel-good fun. The fourth installment of "SGN," which was posted on YouTube on April 19, had a "Prom 2020" theme in an effort to create a virtual prom for the students who are missing theirs due to COVID-19. During the 19-minute episode, the "A Quiet Place" actor-writer-director was joined by musical guests the Jonas Brothers, Billie Eilish and Chance the Rapper. Beloved "The Office" co-star Rainn Wilson also made a guest appearance! Get caught up on all episodes here.
Fittingly, on 4/20 at 4:20 p.m., marijuana enthusiast Willie Nelson hosted the "Luck Presents: Come and Toke It!" livestream benefit, which raised money for the Last Prisoner Project. The lengthy livestream featured at-home performances and appearances by dozens of artists including Willie, Kacey Musgraves, Ziggy Marley, Jeff Bridges, Margo Price, Toby Keith, Jack Johnson, Billy Ray Cyrus, Elle King and more as well as visits from actors, comedians and chefs (think Matthew Mcconaughey, Bill Maher, chef Roy Choi and more). Rewatch on Twitch.tv or Luckreunion.com.
On April 27, "Sandlot" Patrick Renna launched his latest variety show series "You're Killing Me with Patrick Renna." The series, which is available to watch on YouTube, gives audiences an exclusive look into the actor's daily life with his children and wife while also dealing with the current coronavirus pandemic. The series will also feature appearances from friends and fellow celebrities including Erika Christensen, Jason Dohring, Michael Pena, and Pauly Shore. "You're Killing Me with Patrick Renna" is currently available to to watch on YouTube.
Every Sunday afternoon, Mandy Moore and husband Taylor Goldsmith go live on the "This Is Us" star's Instagram account, @mandymooremm, to perform songs from both of their discographies (the set list has included an acoustic version of Mandy's nostalgia-inducing rendition of "Only Hope" by Switchfoot).
On April 18, the Lady Gaga-curated World Health Organization and Global Citizen special "One World: Together at Home" aired on ABC, NBC and CBS as well as on Amazon Prime Video, Apple, Facebook, Instagram and more digital platforms simultaneously in support of healthcare workers devoting their time to fight COVID-19. The star-studded international special included a standout performance of "You Can't Always Get What You Want" from The Rolling Stones (who performed separately from their homes!) and an emotional rendition of "Soon You'll Get Better" by Taylor Swift — a song she penned about her mother's battle with cancer. To close out the livestream, Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion performed his 1999 hit "The Prayer" with help from John Legend, Lang Lang and Gaga. The full event can be rewatched on YouTube.
Opera fans, rejoice! Thirty-eight singers from 13 countries — including Renée Fleming (pictured), Anna Netrebko, Jonas Kaufmann, Roberto Alagna and Bryn Terfel — will perform live from their homes for the Metropolitan Opera's At-Home gala fundraiser, which will be livestreamed over about there hours on April 25 starting at 1 p.m. ET on the Met's website. It will be available for replay until 6:30 p.m. ET on April 26.
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, the Grammy Museum launched "Museum at Home," a section of their website where fans can watch exclusive archived content. "Our doors may be closed, our mission is not," said Grammy Museum President Michael Sticka. "So the Grammy Museum was able to, almost within a 48-hour period, pivot and create a digital museum. And it's entirely free." From an exclusive interview with Grammy-winning artists Billie Eilish and FINNEAS to a virtual tour of the Jenni Rivera, La Gran Señora exhibit, the "Museum at Home" archive contains a plethora of unseen music-related content.
Calling all thespians! Legendary composer Andrew Lloyd Webber launched "The Show Must Go On!" — a YouTube channel on which he'll stream a musical (for free!) every week. Each musical will be available to watch for 48 hours starting at 7 p.m. on Friday nights. The Tony Award-winning composer kicked things off with a production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat." "Jesus Christ Superstar" was made available to stream on April 10, while "The Phantom of the Opera" became available to stream a week later on April 17. Though all the musicals will be available to watch without charge, Andrew is accepting donations to go toward organizations that support the acting community, like Actors Benevolent Fund, Acting For Others and Broadway Cares. On April 24, "The Show Must Go On!" will air the sequel to "Phantom of the Opera," "Love Never Dies," which picks up 10 years after the final moments of the former musical's close.
On March 30, James Corden went live from his garage to host a special episode of "The Late Late Show Starring James Corden" called "Homefest." The episode featured livestreamed performances from some of the world's biggest artists including Billie Eilish and brother FINNEAS, John Legend, BTS, Dua Lipa — who's pictured here singing her hit track "Don't Look Now" — and the cast of "Dear Evan Hansen." The special is available to rewatch on CBS All Access.
On April 3, Miley Cyrus hosted the finale episode of her star-studded "Bright Minded" series on Instagram. During the hour-long show, she chatted with Selena Gomez, Kerry Washington, Elton John and Jimmy Fallon. According to the singer, the purpose of "Bright Minded: Live with Miley" is to connect with special guests as a means of "discussing how to stay LIT with love in dark times." All episodes are available to watch on Miley's Instagram page, @mileycyrus.
On April 6, Grammy-winning musician H.E.R. launched her weekly Instagram Live special "Girls With Guitars," which features live performances of her hit songs, covers and fan requests. The singer-songwriter also invites fellow female guitarists to perform with her and engage in conversation. "Girls With Guitars" is available to watch on H.E.R.'s Instagram, @hermusicofficial, every Monday at 8 p.m. ET.
Iconic denim brand Levi's is also doing its part to keep fans engaged while social distancing. The company launched its "5:01 Live" concert series on its Instagram page, @levis, as a means of supporting musicians and artists during the coronavirus pandemic. The name, a play on its 501 denim, takes place daily at 5:01 p.m. PT and kicked off on March 27. The inaugural show included special performances from rapper Snoop Dogg, singer Kali Uchis and Black Eyed Peas members DaniLeigh and Taboo. Additional guests have included Questlove, Burna Boy, Kiana Ledé (pictured) and Vic Mensa.
Hosted by Elton John, the "iHeart Living Room Concert For America" special aired on March 29 on FOX. Alicia Keys, Dave Grohl, Backstreet Boys, Billie Eilish, Mariah Carey, Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello and many more stars performed songs from their homes. The special event, which raised more than $10 million for Feeding America and First Responders Children's Foundation, is available to rewatch on Fox Now and Hulu.
On March 17, Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard began his livestream concert series, "Ben Gibbard: At Home," on YouTube. The hour-long performances, which initially took place daily but have since moved to a weekly format, feature songs from Ben's own bands, Death Cab and the Postal Service, as well as covers of songs from bands like Radiohead and R.E.M. During each livestream, Ben also encourages fans to donate to a different cause or organization. "It's given me a purpose, not that being at home and being a good husband and working on music is not a purpose," Ben told Rolling Stone. "But, you know, in these uncertain times, it's been really helpful to me and my mental health to know, 'OK, it's 4 p.m. I gotta have a job. I can't disappoint these people. I have to get on the computer and play music.'" Visit the Death Cab for Cutie YouTube page to catch up on the series.
MTV announced its "MTV Unplugged at Home" series, which features performances from a variety of artists. "Reimagining the beloved music series as a multi-platform digital experience, the new mini-concert series will feature stripped-down, acoustic sets from artists performing their greatest hits, enabling music enthusiasts to find comfort in their new realities alongside fellow fans," read a statement describing what fans can expect. Alessia Cara (pictured) kicked off the series on April 3. Other musical guests have included FINNEAS, Jewel, Bazzi, Shaggy and Melissa Etheridge. The performances will be available to stream on MTV's Instagram, YouTube and Twitter accounts.
On March 16, Grammy-winning singer Pink took to Instagram to broadcast a live performance of "To Make You Feel My Love" by Billy Joel. "Free concert slash piano lessons from my heart to yours," she wrote alongside the video. Rewatch Pink's livestream on her Instagram page, @pink.
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin originated the #TonightAtHome live-concert challenge. On March 17, he broadcasted an at-home concert where he performed a slew of fan requests including Coldplay classics like "Green Eyes," "Viva La Vida" and "Us Against the World." Visit @coldplay's Instagram account to rewatch the nostalgic livestream!
On March 18, after being nominated by Coldplay's Chris Martin, John Legend performed an at-home concert of his own on Instagram Live. "#TogetherAtHome Social distancing is important, but that doesn't mean it has to be boring. I did a little at-home performance to help lift your spirit," he wrote alongside the video. Wife Chrissy Teigen, along with the couple's children, Luna and Miles, also made appearances during the musical livestream event. Visit John's Instagram page, @johnlegend, to rewatch the heartwarming home concert.
Every day (except Saturdays) at 1 p.m. PT, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Tori Kelly goes live on her Instagram page @torikelly for her "QuaranTea With Tori" concerts. The stream, which goes on for about an hour, shows Tori performing her own tracks as well as taking fan requests and singing medleys and covers. On each episode, she also invites a special musical guest to duet with her. Past visitors have included Sheryl Crow, H.E.R., Jessie J, Pink Sweats and Jeremy Passion.
On March 25, English singer-songwriter James Blake took to Instagram to livestream an at-home concert. The tracklist for the show included his own hit songs like "Retrograde" and "Love Me In Whatever Way" plus covers like "when the party's over" by Billie Eilish and "No Surprises" by Radiohead. "Thank you for all your love on Live this week. Let's do it again soon ❤️," the Grammy-winning artist wrote. Visit James' Instagram page, @jamesblake, to relive the stellar at-home concert.
On March 23, Billboard kicked off its "Live At-Home" concert series, which showcases a variety of performances from some of the most popular names in music. Artists like Grouplove, Meghan Trainor, Kenny G, Allen Stone, Madison Beer, Lukas Graham, Benny Benassi and Lauren Jauregui (pictured) are among the singers who've performed. Catch the "At-Home" concerts daily from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. ET on Billboard's Facebook page.