PM Attends Final PMQs Before Parliament Suspended Due To Coronavirus

UK Prime Minister leaves hospital, stars honor ‘SNL’ staple after death and more trending news

Daily updates on how the coronavirus is impacting the worlds of entertainment and royalty

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been discharged from the hospital. The 55-year-old United Kingdom leader was released this weekend, after spending eight days - including a brief stint in intensive care - battling coronavirus there, Variety reported. Although he is out, he will “not immediately go back to work.”

 Saturday Night Live   said goodbye to their longtime Music Producer Hal Willner. The closing moments of SNL’s Home Edition were a virtual tribute to Hal, who died from coronavirus this past week. SNL icons like Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Tina Fey, Molly Shannon and more honored his legacy with a moving montage. “We appreciate everything you did for us, Hal,” Adam Sandler said at one point. “We’re gonna miss you so much.”

Speaking of Saturday Night Live: Home Edition, Tom Hanks hosted the show late last night after his battle with coronavirus. Watch the A-lister give his opening monologue from home:

Tony nominee Nick Cordero had to be resuscitated last night (April 11). The Broadway star’s wife Amanda Kloot has been updating the world about her husband on social media. As of right now, Nick is out of a life-saving surgery and alive, but in very critical condition. Amanda broke down in tears on Instagram Story, saying that Nick is “suffering” and living minute by minute. She urged everyone to please pray for their family.

  Catch up on yesterday’s updates here. 

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