Johnny Vegas delivers food to vulnerable in his hometown

British Comedian, Johnny Vegas has been spotted delivering food to vulnerable people and NHS staff amid the coronavirus outbreak.

He teamed up with a number of local charities from his hometown of St Helens in Lancashire to help get essentials to those who need them during the crisis.

The scheme is also being supported by Russell Crowe, who filmed a video urging St Helens residents to get in touch with the volunteers if they need help.

Crowe also couldn’t resist making a joke about his pal Johnny, laughing: ‘One of the delivery workers is going to be Johnny Vegas though, so expect to lose every second or third biscuit.’

In between delivering meals, Johnny has been dropping little acts of kindness including giving 1,000 free tour tickets to NHS staff.

The comedian is making his long-awaited return to stand-up comedy this year with his first tour in 10 years

Recall a lot of celebrities around the world have been supporting the fight against the deadly pandemic in their little way.


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