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Rebecca Judd enjoys a group video chat and sing-along with celebrity friends while in lockdown

Rebecca Judd has spent all week tending to her children who are being homeschooled amid the coronavirus pandemic.

And on Friday, the 37-year-old AFL WAG took a well-deserved break and enjoyed a group video chat and sing-along with her celebrity friends while in lockdown.  

The TV presenter, who is married to former Carlton star Chris Judd, shared clips on her Instagram Stories showing the calls with her pals.








'Isodate with the gang!' On Friday, Rebecca Judd (pictured) enjoyed a group video chat and sing-along with celebrity friends including Nadia Bartel, Jessie Murphy and Hamish Blake while in lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic

‘Isodate with the gang!’ On Friday, Rebecca Judd (pictured) enjoyed a group video chat and sing-along with celebrity friends including Nadia Bartel, Jessie Murphy and Hamish Blake while in lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic

One star-studded call included former WAG Nadia Bartel, WAG Jessie Murphy, Yummy Mummies star Lorinska Merrington, fashion stylist Lana Wilkinson and comedian Hamish Blake.

At one point, Hamish can be heard signing off and telling the group: ‘Great idea and I think we’re all learning that 40 people is a lot for a date.’

‘You do start to understand why the traditional two-person date exists, but I think you’re doing an amazing job as the host,’ he joked.

Celebrity pals: One star-studded call included Nadia Bartel, Jessie Murphy (centre), Lorinska Merrington, fashion stylist Lana Wilkinson and comedian Hamish Blake

Celebrity pals: One star-studded call included Nadia Bartel, Jessie Murphy (centre), Lorinska Merrington, fashion stylist Lana Wilkinson and comedian Hamish Blake

Funnyman: Hamish (pictured) could be heard signing off and telling the group 'that 40 people is a lot for a date'

Funnyman: Hamish (pictured) could be heard signing off and telling the group ‘that 40 people is a lot for a date’

The group video chat was part of an online event called Isodate, which helps connects people who are struggling with social distancing while staying at home amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Later, Rebecca enjoyed another video call – this time with a smaller group of friends, including Nadia, Jessie, Lorinska, Lana, Emma Hawkins and her Jaggad activewear co-founder Michelle Greene.

She shared the call on her Instagram Story and their group rendition of the song Shallow by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, from the film A Star Is Born. 

Rebecca wrote on the post: ‘OMG – most hideous sing-along ever on our @isodate.’ 

'Most hideous sing along ever!' Rebecca enjoyed another video call - this time with a smaller group of friends including Nadia, Jessie, Lorinska, Lana, Emma Hawkins and Jaggad co-founder Michelle Greene

‘Most hideous sing along ever!’ Rebecca enjoyed another video call – this time with a smaller group of friends including Nadia, Jessie, Lorinska, Lana, Emma Hawkins and Jaggad co-founder Michelle Greene

Besties: Among the stars in Rebecca's celebrity group chat was her best friend and fashion designer Nadia Bartel

Besties: Among the stars in Rebecca’s celebrity group chat was her best friend and fashion designer Nadia Bartel

Gal pal: Rebecca's friend Jessie Murphy, who is married to AFL player Marc Murphy, also took part in the group rendition of Shallow by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, from the film A Star Is Born

Gal pal: Rebecca’s friend Jessie Murphy, who is married to AFL player Marc Murphy, also took part in the group rendition of Shallow by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, from the film A Star Is Born

On Monday meanwhile, Rebecca revealed she started homeschooling her children at her $7.3million Melbourne mansion.  

Victorian schools shut down on Tuesday amid growing fears that children could spread coronavirus to older, more vulnerable Australians. 

Rebecca documented the homeschooling sessions, with eldest son Oscar, eight, taking an online class on his iPad while sitting at a marble table overlooking the tennis court. 

Her clan: On Monday meanwhile, Rebecca revealed she started homeschooling her children (pictured). Victorian schools shut down on Tuesday amid growing fears that children could spread coronavirus to older, more vulnerable Australians

Her clan: On Monday meanwhile, Rebecca revealed she started homeschooling her children (pictured). Victorian schools shut down on Tuesday amid growing fears that children could spread coronavirus to older, more vulnerable Australians

Temporary classroom: Rebecca documented the homeschooling sessions, with eldest son Oscar, eight, taking an online class on his iPad while sitting at a marble table overlooking the tennis court

Temporary classroom: Rebecca documented the homeschooling sessions, with eldest son Oscar, eight, taking an online class on his iPad while sitting at a marble table overlooking the tennis court

Keeping her schooling up: Billie could be seen talking to classmates on an iPad

Keeping her schooling up: Billie could be seen talking to classmates on an iPad 

Another video showed her daughter, Billie, six, saying ‘Hi!’ to her classmates while speaking via a conference call on her tablet.

‘Home schooling. Dialling in!’ Rebecca said in the footage, which also showed off a luxury living space featuring a marble fireplace and abstract painting.

Rebecca is mother to Oscar, eight, Billie, six and twins boys Tom and Darcy, aged three, who she shares with husband former AFL star Chris Judd.

As of Saturday morning, there are 3,180 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 13 deaths.

Pandemic: As of Saturday morning, there are 3,180 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 13 deaths

Pandemic: As of Saturday morning, there are 3,180 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 13 deaths

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