Mick Jagger Parodies COVID-19 PSA by Demonstrating How to Be Productive During Quarantine

Starring in the skit for 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon', The Rolling Stones frontman gets onboard to support a non-profit providing for children in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

AceShowbiz - Mick Jagger made a hilarious appearance in a tongue-in-cheek PSA clip during Monday's (May 04) instalment of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon", as he advised fans How to Quarantine.

The segment was filmed remotely for the U.S. late night show, which is currently being produced from the stars' home due to the coronavirus pandemic.

However, producers managed to get The Rolling Stones frontman onboard for the skit, which parodies a black-and-white BBC news report from the 1940s, and advises viewers how to occupy their time during lockdown.

After being implored by the narrator of the clip to be productive during the lockdown, the "Start Me Up" star is seen tending to a series of chores, including brushing up on his cooking skills, herding sheep, pruning roses, and growing vegetables.

The sketch was filmed in support of non-profit Save the Children, helping provide for children in need during the Covid-19 crisis.

Mick recently took part in the iFor India concert, which raised money for those affected by the pandemic in India, and also teamed up with his rocker bandmates for Lady Gaga's "One World: Together At Home" virtual coronavirus relief concert.

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