These two very talented magicians also have one heckuva sense of humor…
The coronavirus has disrupted our lives and they will continue to be disrupted for the unforeseeable future.
We’ve all struggled with the closures, “social distancing,” having our kids at home and no sports to distract us (or them) but we’re also dealing with empty store shelves from people who decided to indulge in some pretty bizarre panic-buying.
If you’re like me and not one of those people that hoards 3 years’ supply of toilet paper, you’re a little concerned about when the store shelves will restock. (Thanks for that, guys.)
These professional violinists decided to use the empty shelves where the toilet paper used to be as a backdrop. They recreated the iconic scene from Titanic where the musicians realized that they would not escape their fate and played Nearer My God To Thee on the deck of the ship as it sank.
they're playing in the empty toilet paper aisle i'm scREAMING
credit to @BonnievonDuyke #ShipsGoingDown #RMSToiletPaper #covid19 pic.twitter.com/YUSbYKaCyy
— Kristen Brancaccio (@kristensreality) March 15, 2020
Here is the clip from the movie: