Views to Kate Beckinsale‘s latest Instagram video are through the roof. The 46-year-old actress took to the platform on Wednesday night with a little pick-me-up amid the coronavirus doom and gloom – while the “Underworld” star has mentioned COVID-19 in a more serious way in an update made two days ago, last night’s video seemed out to simply lift the mood.
Kate bouncing around on a trampoline to Tubthumping’s “I Get Knocked Down” also seemed to show the perfect music choice – keep scrolling for the video.
Kate’s video (seen below) showed her in her element and also in her home. The British beauty was energetically bouncing up and down on a mini trampoline in her living room, also opting for a cozy PJs wardrobe comprised of baggy white pajama bottoms and peachy-pink top with an ab-flashing knotted finish.
Tubthumping’s iconic 1997 “I Get Knocked Down” track was blaring in the background, with the camera also having taken in the “Pearl Harbor” star’s two cats, Willow and Clive. One cat recently made headlines as Kate sang “Old Mac Donald had a farm” to him.
A caption shared more.
“One is saying “OMG!You can jump so HIGH!” The other one is saying “you utter c***”. That’s the difference between dogs and cats.”
The video racked up an impressive 1 million+ views in 14 hours, with Thursday morning seeing the comments section overflowing.
“Omg I need to hang with you,” one fan wrote.
“You edit the part where you hit your head on the ceiling?? That woulda broke the internet. ?” was another comment.
One user appeared to have spotted the artwork in Kate’s living room – “And there is Judy Garland being all judgemental in the background… ?,” they wrote.
Many replies seemed to also voice gratitude for a little cheer during the coronavirus pandemic – the virus has now claimed over 9,380 deaths worldwide, with confirmed cases sitting at over 229,000.
“London Underground is shutting down to a skeleton service and the army is apparently being deployed on our streets but that was a moment of pure f*g funny in my morning ??? Namaste ?,” one fan said.
“This is the content we all need rn @katebeckinsale” also saw a user grateful.
Kate updated her Instagram earlier this week with a series of screenshots showing text exchanges – generosity amid the coronavirus panic was the theme as she wrote:
“In these horrid uncertain times with everyone trying to look after themselves, so many of my dearest English friends have independently of each other offered to help my mum. None of them live nearby and all of them are among the best and kindest people in the world with their own families and responsibilities and fears .Within all the terror is the absolute grace of kindness. Let’s all pass it on any way we can. It’s the light in the dark. I love you people xxx”