Unfortunately for Erik Ellington, he has contracted COVID-19.
But thankfully, the pro skateboarder ended up quarantining with one of the biggest actors on the planet.
To his surprise, Ellington would be sharing a swanky crib with none other than "Aquaman" himself Jason Momoa.
Momoa reckons he caught the virus while attending the premiere for his newest film "Dune" and has since gone into isolation.
The Hollywood heartthrob says he's doing alright, but has also revealed who he's been living with in quarantine.
In a video posted on his Instagram story, Momoa can be seen cruising in his lounge while pro skater Ellington does a kickflip down the stairs behind him.
did you guys know that action movie star Jason Momoa has spent the last couple months hanging out with pro skateboarders? Here he is trying to film a clip of Erik Ellington. send it, Aquaman. pic.twitter.com/eaZX70xGN3- Zach Harris (@PotCzach) September 9, 2020
"Hey everybody, everyone wants to know how COVID is going, it's going pretty good hey Erik," Momoa says in the clip.
"This is my new roommate, check this out."
Ellington then lands a perfectly-executed kickflip in the hallway.
We're not quite sure how fan favourite skater Ellington caught coronavirus, but it seems the two are happy to be in each other's company in lockdown.
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