Ricky Gervais has left fans concerned after having a 'break down' on camera as the star continues to treat his Twitter followers to live videos amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The comedian, 58, has been self-isolating after new COVID-19 advise said people should stay at home where possible.
He attempted to cheer his followers up amid the virus, giving them "survival tips" but fans were concerned as he proceeded to sing them theme tunes, jokingly saying: "This is more of a breakdown isn't it?"
The star was telling his followers jokes, making up theme tunes to his new daily videos and even putting on funny voices to entertain his followers.
They flooded Twitter, concerned for the star but also amused at his live video entertainment.
One said: "Oh my Christ Ricky….that was so funny! You mad s**!"
While another wrote: "Crazy b**ger" with three laughing face emojis.
A third tweeted: "Ricky Gervais is doing a daily live gig from his home. It’s, of course, brilliantly rubbish."
"Haha hope you are doing okay" added a fourth worried follower.
Ricky's live videos come amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which has left people self-isolated after new government advice.
People who are at 'high risk, which includes people over the age of 65, people with underlying health conditions and women who are pregnant have been advised not have any social interaction.
Loose Women star Gloria Hunniford has decided to stay away from the television studios after new government advice, with the 79-year-old media personality self-isolating at home.
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She said: "I'm feeling absolutely fine but things changed for me last Sunday when more and more information came out.
"You know me and my work ethic, I would crawl to the studio, to my work, if I could. So up until then I was carrying on as normal.
"Then when everything happened I realised my grandsons who are in their 20s are working from home, my sons are working from home."
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