AceShowbiz - Charli XCX is penning a "quarantine" or "self-isolation" diary as she secludes herself at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
With concerts cancelled across the world, the star has been taking advice to avoid social contact with others to avoid spreading the COVID-19 disease that has swept the world since the beginning of the year.
To make the most of her time alone she has tweeted out what she called her "quarantine diary" of thoughts she has been having while stuck at home during the crisis - beginning day one on Sunday, March 15.
"Being a workaholic in quarantine is quite stressful," she explained. "Yes, I'm doing as much as I can at home - creating moodboards, planning out ideas for videos, thinking about lyric changes in new songs," but admitting she felt, "a bit purposeless."
Musing on the way the world has come to a standstill and how it affects her mental health, she added, "As so many things get cancelled and a lot of things come to a halt around me, I start wondering - what if this change is permanent - or at least semi-permanent."
The star, who later clarified she wasn't officially in quarantine in another tweet, but practicing self-isolation and social distancing, went on to fret about the effects of the coronavirus crisis on her mental health and the music industry as a whole.
"Quarantine is also making me think about the possibilities of a shift within my industry. I'm talking extremes here - coz maybe this will all be over sooner than we hope - but if it isn't - what will happen to live shows? Will the idea of gathering together at a concert or a club or a party become more and more distant??"
The "Boom Clap" hitmaker continued to wonder if live streams will replace gigs and TikTok surpass music videos and marketing, before promising to share more of her thoughts with her fans when she continued her diary.