- 58% of Generation Z name ZENDAYA as the celeb they most want to be on lockdown with!
- For GEN Z, Billie Eilish, David Dobrick and Doja Cat are among the most popular choices
- Millennials chose RYAN REYNOLDS AND DWAYNE JOHNSON as the celebs they most want to be on lockdown with
- 21% of MILLENNIALS would choose to be on lockdown with activist Greta Thunberg!
Whether you are self-isolating alone, or you’re hunkered down with a partner or loved ones, there’s no denying we all have a little more time on our hands.
This has led many to begin to dream of things as simple as going for coffee, a romantic meal, even the famous faces we’d prefer to be on lockdown with!
To share a light-hearted take on a stark situation, OnBuy.com asked* 3,000 people from Generation Z (born 1997 – present) and 3,000 Millennials (born 1981 – 1996) to name the celebrities they would rather be stuck inside with.
ZENDAYA FAVOURITE AMONG GENERATION Z
Generation Z voted their top 10 celebrities(to be on lockdown with) as:
The survey revealed American actress and singer Zendaya is the celebrity Generation Z would most want to be on lockdown with – with 58% of the vote!
Closely followed by singer-songwriter Billie Eilish(42%.)
Slovakian YouTuber David Dobrick, rapper Doja Cat and YouTuber Shane Dawson are joint third (19%.)
Kylie Jennerslips in 6th place, with 14% of Gen Z favouring the lip-kit queen.
RYAN REYNOLDS AND DWAYNE JOHNSON FAVOURITE AMONG MILLENNIALS
|10||Samuel L. Jackson||12%|
Millennials voted their top 10 celebrities(to be on lockdown with) as:
The survey revealed actors Ryan Reynoldsand Dwayne Johnsonare the celebrities Millennials would most want to be on lockdown with – with 36% of the vote each!
Closely followed by actors Margot Robbie and Tom Hanks(a shared 33%.)
Interestingly, 21% of Millennials would choose to be on lockdown with 17-year-old activist Greta Thunberg!
Ryan Reynolds image credit: Shutterstock_DFree
Dwayne Johnson image credit: Shutterstock_Featureflash Photo Agency
To achieve the results, OnBuy.com surveyed 6,000 respondents.
Survey respondents were an equal mix of male, female and “other” genders.
Not all answers will add up to 100% as respondents were allowed multiple choice.