No stranger to long rehearsals, Dench said her grandson pushed her to learn the dance moves seen in their videos.
The award-winning actor added that "every day is so uncharted" and that it's hard to keep track of time, something most people in quarantine can relate to.
"It saved my life. Sam is the person who is technically-minded and who has all the ideas, so he got very strict," she said. I know nothing about TikTok.
Judi Dench has won an Academy Award, a Tony, two Golden Globes, 10 BAFTA Awards and was appointed Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire, but her latest achievement is going viral on TikTok.
She opened up to Channel 4 News in an interview about how the app has helped her during quarantine as the film and theater businesses have been shut down since March.
"He made me do it. I had to rehearse all those moves. Don't just think that comes naturally," she said.
"I planned to learn every Shakespeare sonnet," she said. I've done a bit of painting and I've talked to friends and rehearse my TikTok and done it with Sam." "I've got to about nine, and there are 154, so I've got a bit of a way to go there.
and had her latest film "Artemis Fowl" moved from its theatrical release to launch on Disney Plus. Dench most recently appeared on the big screen in "Cats" in the U.S. In the U.K., she starred in the war drama "Six Minutes to Midnight," which was pulled from theaters amid the pandemic, and she has "Blithe Spirit" scheduled for this December.” />
She also shared what her initial quarantine goals were, but she hasn't made as much progress as she'd hoped.
Dench has joined her grandson Sam Williams on the mobile app, taking part in dance videos and skits that have hundreds of thousands of views.
Then you think, 'What do I do today?' and the prospect is, 'Well, what is there to do today?'" "Then you wonder what date it is and sometimes what month. "You wake up and wonder what day it is," she said.

"Cats" is dated for Dec. 20, 2019.” />
Blankenbuehler is repped by WME. The news was first reported by Deadline Hollywood.
Andy Blankenbuehler has signed on to choreograph the upcoming Universal-Working Title film adaptation of the hit Broadway musical "Cats," Variety has confirmed.
The upcoming "Cats" adaptation recently added Jason Derulo to the cast, which also includes Taylor Swift, Idris Elba, Judi Dench, the Royal Ballet's Francesca Hayward, Jennifer Hudson, James Corden, and Ian McKellan.
Tom Hooper will direct from a script he co-wrote with Lee Hall. Eliot. The musical was based on “Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats” by T.S.
Blankenbuehler, who choreographed the recent revival of Andrew Lloyd Weber's hit musical, is also known as the choreographer for Lin-Manuel Miranda's "Hamilton." He has won three Tonys, for his work on "Hamilton," "Bandstand," and "In the Heights." He also received an Olivier for "Hamilton" and was honored by the Kennedy Center in 2018.
Derulo will portray Rum Tum Tugger, with Hudson as Grizabella, Elba portraying Macavity, and McKellen as Gus the Theatre Cat.
Blankenbuehler has also worked in television, including on the Lionsgate-ABC remake of "Dirty Dancing," "America’s Got Talent," and "So You Think You Can Dance." He staged concert work for both Elton John and Bette Midler, and he conceived, directed and choreographed the hit Caesars Palace production "Nights On Broadway." He is currently working on FX's upcoming limited series about the lives of Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon.