Self-isolation and social distancing has changed a lot about the way people live their lives -- including their love lives.
The duo, who met over Bumble and struck up a conversation, went on a virtual date via the dating app's video messaging feature, and made the most of their time apart by spending it together.
"I was thinking about waxing my eyebrows and stuff, but then I realized I don't know how to do that," Haddish said in a video of the date Haddish shared to her Instagram.
"The fact that we can't be in the same place right now, but that I get to see you and be with you is great," Common said, smiling. "I'm hoping you can feel the vibe."
The cute virtual date included Haddish getting a special delivery of flowers, while the pair both ordered food delivered so they could eat together while they both watched the same movie in their own homes.
They wrapped the date up with some virtual dancing and a sweet farewell.
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I wore the black dress (drawers optional) for my @bumble virtual date with @common this weekend. He sent me flowers, we ordered food, and we talked into the night. Sending you love at home. Now get on @bumble and find yourself someone worth looking cute for! #bumblePartner.
The pair have teamed up with Bumble for a good cause. The duo are giving back to the hospitality industry -- which has been hit incredibly hard by the coronavirus outbreak -- by donating $50,000 through Bumble’s Community Grants Program to small business and restaurants suffering after having to shut their doors.
See the video below for more on how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the world, and how celebs are giving back to those in need amid the crisis.