Doja Cat just took quarantine boredom to a whole new level and fans are loving her all the more for it. Taking to Instagram Live, the "Say So" singer donned a chainmail helmet and read out the lyrics of Roddy Ricch's viral hit "The Box" as if she was in a Shakespearean play.

Fans were in for a surprise when they tuned into Doja's Instagram Live last night to catch the pop star in medieval costume giving a thespian spin to the popular rap song. We're not sure what prompted this work of art, but watch it for yourself below.

Doja Cat's bizarrely adorable rendition of "The Box" quickly (and understandably) went viral, with many fans relating to her self-isolation boredom, while others couldn't unsee her striking likeness to wrestling legend Scott Steiner. Scroll down to see some of the hilarious reactions.

Scott Steiner, is that you?

Is Doja Cat okay? ?

Just when we thought we couldn't love her more

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