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Former “Bachelor” Colton Underwood sent a message loud and clear to his fans in a recent Instagram post.
The 28-year-old, who starred in the 23rd season of the ABC reality series, “The Bachelor,” shared a photo of himself wearing a black hoodie emblazoned with the message “Please wash your hands” to his more than two million followers.
Underwood received support from his girlfriend, former “Bachelor” contestant Cassie Randolph, who commented, “PREACH!”
Fans echoed the star’s sentiments by writing, “Wash your hands and stay home!” and “Yes please! With soap and water!”
The hoodie is the latest offering from “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star Scott Disick’s apparel line, Talentless.
The limited edition collection varies in price from $70 CAD ($49 USD) for a “Please Wash Your Hands” T-shirt to $185 CAD ($129 USD) for a sweatshirt.
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On March 7, Disick, whom shares three children with Kourtney Kardashian, shared a photo of the new line of merchandise to Instagram, with the caption, “You can thank the LORD & @talentless later, and for the love of god just WASH YOUR HANDS!”
Underwood and Randolph have told fans that they are voluntarily practicing social distancing and self-isolation and have taken to streaming online church services rather than leave the house. The former NFL player has also ditched his usual gym routine in favour of at-home workouts.
Famous faces from “Bachelor Nation” have also been urging fans to practice self-isolation. Canadian star Kaitlyn Bristowe took to Instagram to announce that her upcoming tour for her podcast, “Off The Vine” has been postponed due to the COVID-19 health crisis.
The former “Bachelorette” star assured fans it was the best thing to do and encouraged her more than 1.8 million followers to follow her lead and stay home.
“I beg every single one of you out there to stay home, use this time to recharge your batteries and call the people you love,” Bristowe said in an Instagram story. “Self reflect, journal, read, do everything you’re supposed to be doing. Right now is a scary time and we all just need to rely on each other to do the right thing. Stay home!”