How low can celebrities go?

While the rest of us are on lockdown, Andie Macdowell and her daughters turned a closed public park into their own private playground.

Chris Cuomo is officially released from his fancy basement after coronavirus quarantine. And Maya Hawke, the daughter of Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke, is dropping f-bombs at her parents’ generation.

Here’s a closer look at today’s stories:

Andie MacDowell caught in the act

Coronavirus-stricken Chris Cuomo posted a video of his “official re-entry” – a week after he was seen out and about in the Hamptons.

“All right, here it is … the official re-entry from the basement, cleared by the CDC,” the 49-year-old CNN anchor says in a short video shot by his 17-year-old daughter, Bella, and posted on Instagram.

He can be seen entering the living room of his $2.9 million home and joining his wife, Cristina, and two other kids, Carolina and Mario.

“This is what I’ve been dreaming of literally for weeks. This is the dream, just to be back here, doing normal things,” he says.

“My wife. She was cleared by the CDC,” the anchor adds. “She doesn’t have fever. She doesn’t have the symptoms anymore.”

Maya Hawke: The voice of Gen Z?

Maya Hawke, the 21-year-old daughter of Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke, says her parents’ generation “f - - ked us.”

The “Stranger Things” star admits Thurman warned her about Hollywood: “This industry is so much tougher on women, my mom had reservations,” Hawke told Nylon’s April digital issue. “The emphasis that the business puts on your appearance … on your age.” She encouraged her to “follow your gut and … don’t get trapped in the starlet tornado.”

However, she feels the entertainment industry “just used to be more glamorous,” and, citing declining major-studio picture budgets, continues: “It’s not so glamorous anymore. There’s almost no such thing as a movie star anymore. There can be an appearance of one for a second. Now there’s a bajillion actors with a following. It’s a lot more everyman.”

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