Stars on Ice! Martha Stewart, Hoda Kotb, Mia Farrow and More Celebs Hunker Down for the March Storm
Hoda Kotb took to social media to celebrate a snow day at home in the Big Apple with her new daughter, Haley Joy
March is certainly making good on its promise to be “in like a lion,” and celebrities are welcoming the late season winter snowstorm.
With the snow falling steadily in the Northeast, many stars were happy to hunker down inside for a relaxing day.
“Snow-slow-mo,” she captioned the whimsical video.
Mia Farrow also shared a picturesque image of the winter weather, simply captioning the scene “snowstorm.”
After a fairly calm winter, Martha Stewart was ready to break out her new winter equipment.
“My new Polaris with plow did a pretty good plowing job this morning but now all roads have to be done again!!!!” she wrote of the continuing snowfall.
Melissa Gorga of Real Housewives fame offered a peek outside the window of her New Jersey home, and shared her surprise at the winter wonderland happening less than a week away from the official start of spring.
“This is crazy, it’s March,” she said in a video capturing the bed of snow covering her house.
“March comes in like a lion & out like a lamb,” she wrote, adding the hashtags #birthdaymonth and #justlikeme.
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Simon Huck of Keeping Up with the Kardashians fame documented the snowfall on a New York City street.
“Stella comin in cold,” he wrote, adding a snowman emoji.
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“WAKE UP ITS A SNOW GLOBE,” Groban wrote.
“T2 press day. NY. Where are the press though?” he wrote. “Well I am here!”
Good Morning America‘s Ginger Zee also braved the storm in an unusually quiet Times Square, sharing footage of the “big ol flakes” of snow falling.
Ahead of the snow, many celebrities braced for the storm with a bit of humor.
Stephen Colbert saw an opportunity to tie Storm Stella into a classic movie scene from A Streetcar Named Desire on Monday.
“Wow, tomorrow’s storm seems intense! Just check out this meteorologist,” the late night host captioned a gif of Marlon Brando’s character shouting for his wife in the 1952 film.
Kelly Ripa, an outspoken fan of warm weather, clearly wasn’t looking forward to the blizzard. She shared a photo of Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction on Instagram, writing, “Anticipation of this nor’easter got me like…….”
Olivia Wilde celebrated a favorite snow day tradition early. She took advantage of the outdoors ahead of the impending storm to make s’mores over a fire.
“Blizzard prep,” she captioned the shot. “#aVigilante.”