They say music heals the soul and that’s exactly what Beyoncé did on Thursday when she appeared on ABC’s Disney Family Singalong. The singer tuned into the special in partnership with Feeding America to perform When You Wish Upon a Star. “I’d like to dedicate this song to all of the health care workers who have been working tirelessly to keep us healthy and safe. We greatly appreciate you,” Queen Bey told viewers before the performance.
Hilary Duff is taking this time to lend a helping hand. The Disney Channel alum’s company Happy Little Campers is donating baby products from her brand to help moms and dads during the coronavirus pandemic. “Supplies are wiped out and we know there is a huge need right now! I decided to donate all readily available @happylittlecamperbaby products to @baby2baby and their national network members, @helpingmamas and @babiesneedbottoms,” the Younger star told her followers.
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Supplies are wiped out and we know there is a huge need right now! I decided to donate all readily available @happylittlecamperbaby products to @baby2baby and their national network members, @helpingmamas and @babiesneedbottoms! We’re working overtime to provide basic essentials to families impacted by COVID-19. We will continue to donate and make whatever difference we can! Try your best to stay sane and safe. Love to all tonight ♥️
Cristina Cuomo is speaking out after testing positive for COVID-19. Chris Cuomo‘s wife took to social media to tell followers about how her family life has quickly changed since her diagnosis. “The only frustrating part is I can‘t be there for my kids right now in the way they need me as Chris is in isolation too still, no fever and feeling better,“ she wrote, adding, “Bella, Mario and Carolina have grown up overnight—Bella, our 17-year-old daughter, stepped up cleaning, doing laundry, cooking for her siblings and getting them situated with google classroom, and caregiving her mother and father. Mario, her assistant.”
Prince William is finally speaking out about how he felt after his father Prince Charles tested positive. The Duke of Cambridge told BBC that he was quite concerned following his father’s diagnosis: “He fits the profile of somebody of the age he is at, which is, you know, fairly risky and so I was a little bit worried.”
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Tony-nominated Broadway star Nick Cordero is still fighting for his life weeks after testing positive. The Rock of Ages performer’s wife Amanda Kloots gave an update on Thursday saying that Nick, who has been in ICU at Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center since his diagnosis, had successfully made it through surgery. “I was a nervous wreck the whole day as Nick was in surgery just waiting by the phone to hear he got through it,” she wrote. “He did! It’s Code Rocky time! Wake up Nick!”
Stars are stripping down – then dressing up – for the quarantine pillow challenge, which dares people to create a look wearing only a pillow. “You already KNOW you couldn‘t keep me from the #PillowChallenge,”Halle Berry wrote alongside her sexy pic where she cinched a belt around a black pillow to create an LBD dress covering only her front. We were also are also very much impressed by El Gordo y La Flaca star Raul de Molina’s #PillowChallenge look, which he debuted on Friday.
Dua Lipa also decided she wanted a makeover, so had boyfriend Anwar Hadid color her hair pink.
In more royal news, Prince George’s godfather – Britain’s richest man under 30 – just personally donated $12.4 million to the coronavirus fight.
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Sharon Stone’s basic instinct told her to watch out for the coronavirus back in March – so she decided to take all of her party guests’ temperatures. On March 8, weeks before California lockdown began, the actress had a nurse check to see if any of the caterers or wait staff were running a fever. “Then I had a nurse at the door taking [party guests] temperatures... I just thought we had to be super careful,” Sharon said during a chat with Naomi Campbell on the supermodel’s YouTube show No Filter with Naomi. The Hollywood star admitted: “People thought I was a little extreme, that I was a little bit crazy.”
Coronavirus has led to the impossible: Johnny Depp has joined social media. The actor posted a video on Instagram where he said: “I’ve never done anything like this before. I don’t think I’ve ever really felt any particular reason to until now. Now is the time to open up a dialogue as the threat of this invisible enemy has already caused immeasurable tragedies and enormous damage to people’s lives.”