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The host of "Last Week Tonight" is fed up with Jared Kushner, who is both the son-in-law of and adviser to President Trump.
Pikotaro has created a new message for his 2016 record-breaking hit.
This is only the fifth time the monarch has given a special address to the nation.
The Fox News host tried to drag the New York Democrat after she said inequality would make COVID-19 worse for people of color — and got scorched.
The mogul insisted her longtime partner, who does not have coronavirus, self-quarantine in their guesthouse after he returned from traveling a few weeks ago.
The "Grace and Frankie" star marked the first virtual "Fire Drill Friday" with a nod to her past.
The Grammy winner's announcement followed that of her "Waitress" co-star Gavin Creel, who said he had mild symptoms but hadn't been tested.
The Duchess of Sussex's first post-royal project arrives on April 3.
During social distancing, Instagram Live sets from The-Dream, Sean Garrett, Ne-Yo, Johntá Austin and more are bringing us closer.
After leaving fans swooning over his chiseled bod, the actor called on pals Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds to follow suit.
The reality TV star initially deleted her son Mason Disick's social media, but he's back again.
The country legend said her friend Dr. Naji Abumrad at Vanderbilt University Medical Center was working on a "bridge treatment to save lives."
The actor talked to Stephen Colbert about social distancing to stop the spread of coronavirus and what it's been like with wife Blake Lively and their children.
The singer and "American Idol" alum also opens up about being a queer artist in the music industry.
The "Late Show" host finds the public's obsession with the New York governor is going to a "really weird place."
Schlesinger was also known for his songwriting work on "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend."
The Emmy winner said he and Mandie Taketa have formed a "new nuclear family" in order to co-parent their 17-year-old daughter while self-isolating.
Sanders responded, “Last I heard, people in a democracy have a right to vote."
The three-time Grammy winner thanked medical professionals for "being the heroes in this story."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex officially stepped back from their royal duties on March 31.