Demi Lovato, Carly Rae Jepsen, More Celebs Take On Hercules

As blizzard barrels through Northeast, New York mayor Bill de Blasio and other famous folks share their experiences on Twitter.

Just as fast as 2014 came barreling in, so did Hercules, the giant storm that's sprinkling the Northeast with snow. Although most of us have a snow day today, celebrities still have to work. Which means, while we're snuggling by the fireplace (or space heater, whatever), they have to trudge outside to get where they have to go.

Check out how celebs like Demi Lovato and very-new NYC mayor Bill de Blasio are getting through the blizzard.

Demi Lovato

Lovato didn't just contribute a song to the "Frozen" soundtrack — she got her hand on some frozen stuff, posting a video of herself playing with snow in the midst of the storm.

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Chrissy Teigen

Like Demi, the model also braved the elements to play in the snow. That is one fine-looking snow angel!

Josh Groban

The singer wasn't just going to let the girls have all the fun. He too had plans to play in the snow.

Carly Rae Jepsen

Carly Rae, who will begin her time on Broadway as Cinderella next month, should probably get ready for frequently stormy winters in the Big Apple. Let's hope she landed safely!


Snooki might be tiny, but she ain't afraid of a little — or, in this case, a lot — of snow.


And, her "Jersey Shore" pal Vinny seems to have a fully stocked kitchen and quite the game plan.

Sarah Jessica Parker

Snow and the city! NYC's very own SJP paid homage to the city's snowy beauty on Instagram. No word on whether she was wearing Manolos when the photo was taken.

Andy Cohen

The talk show host also gave fans a view of snowy NYC on social media after declaring the storm "#GorgeousSexySnow."

Mayor De Blasio

Only a few days on the job, and NYC's new mayor was already faced with his first challenge. With shovel in hand, he didn't seem too worried about what Hercules had in store for the city.

Michael Kors

For those wondering if glam can happen when a storm hits, the iconic fashion designer advised on Twitter that "chic" still counts.

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