Tune in to today's ZOOMathon: The Hits Breakfast Hosts Jono and Ben's unique tribute to all the New Zealanders who have been working from home over the past six weeks.
The line-up this morning featured actress Lucy Lawless, who revealed her love of attending court trials to the pair, while social media star Willie Waiirua taught the boys how to gyrate their hips.
Too Hot To Handle star Harry Jowsey confirmed his engagement and opened up about being friends with Justin Bieber.
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National leader Simon Bridges admitted on air that he thinks Jacinda has done a good job handling the pandemic. He revealed that his wife doesn't want him to get a haircut, but said Act leader David Seymour needs one because he looks like Richard Simmons.
Ganesh Raj and Michael Van de Elzen of the popular Kiwi cooking show Eat Well for Less talked takeaways and what it's been like cooking at home throughout lockdown.
Science educator Michelle Dickinson, also known as Nanogirl, took the radio hosts through an experiment with an orange to see whether it would float in water.
Pop star Benee revealed that she'd been busy recording throughout lockdown, as she would have been in the US otherwise, while rugby commentator Scotty Stevenson shared some rugby yarns from his time working for Sky Sport.
Deputy PM Winston Peters made an appearance and admitted he'd had not one, but two lockdown haircuts with the kitchen scissors.
"Being stuck at home with partners, flatmates, the kids, the pets - or all of the above for more than six weeks could have been like some sort of cruel and unjust punishment for so many Kiwis so we've been thinking about how we can do our bit too," said Jono.
Ben Boyce offered Jono Pryor the solution on air and from 8am today Kiwis can spend the day with a host of famous Kiwi faces.
"We've heard that video calls have been one of the things that have helped Kiwis out. So, I suggested we get on a ZOOM call with New Zealand to see what it's all about. Given that Kiwis have been stuck at home 24/7, 7 days a week I thought a 27-hour marathon ZOOM call is only fair."
"I thought it's one of the more interesting of Ben's ideas, which is saying something," said Jono.
"Being 'on the call' with him over-night will be quite the challenge so we'll need lots of Kiwis to help out and join in, otherwise who knows what might happen. We have done no technical checks on whether Zoom can actually run forever but am looking forward to finding out".
Jono and Ben are planning to stay on the call for as long as possible.
The pair have roped a bunch of New Zealand celebrities and personalities to help with the marathon broadcast including captain of the Breakers Tom Abercrombie, Art Green with an ice bath challenge, former All Black Captain Kieran Reid, and actors Antonia Prebble and Kim Crossman will be ZOOMING in from the United States as well.
Jono and Ben's ZOOMathon will be streamed on The Hits Breakfast Facebook page, The NZ Herald and will also be simulcast on a pop-up channel on iHeartRadio.