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Drew Droege's Chloe Offers Ideas on What To Do 'Whilst in Solace'

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The comedian recommends those in isolation "imagine restaurants" and other Chloe-esque activities.

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Good evening, America. Chloe has returned to help you get through quarantine.

The persona created by gay actor and comedian Drew Droege -- inspired by the actress Chloe Sevigny -- dropped a video Wednesday that provides a list of activities to do "whilst in solace" at home.

Among them? "Invent games with your many thumbs. Count church bells on your window sill. Fend off carpetbaggers with a home spoon. Shoving the complete works of Ursula K. Le Guin into my ocular sockets. Resting with cashews."

"Renegotiate magenta, make decorative medicinal masks from broken mosaics and war shrapnel, imagine restaurants" also made the cut.

The video is true to the style of Chloe, known for referencing elite brands with pretentious pronunciations and vocabulary, such as in the viral YouTube hit "Toast" (Toh-ast). Droege usually performs in front of a green screen projecting bizarre locales, but due to being in isolation, this is his first Chloe video shot in selfie mode.

Droege is one of a number of LGBTQ entertainers this week -- among them Ben Platt, RuPaul's Drag Race's Nina West, and the Indigo Girls -- who have creatively used social media in isolation to bring laughter, comfort, and education to fans.

As Chloe concluded, "Stay inside, America. Stay safe."

Watch "Solace" below.

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Daniel Reynolds

Daniel Reynolds is the editor of social media for The Advocate. A native of New Jersey, he writes about entertainment, health, and politics.
Daniel Reynolds is the editor of social media for The Advocate. A native of New Jersey, he writes about entertainment, health, and politics.