Here's what she's been watching ("Tiger King," "I Love Lucy") and doing (conferencing with her co-stars) during the pandemic.
Additionally, the singer's Clara Lionel Foundation previously announced that it had donated $5 million to organizations fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
As the coronavirus pandemic shatters the economy, Stockton, California, Mayor Michael Tubbs has two words for the president: "Go big."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved back to Meghan's hometown, according to People.
Neal played for the Globetrotters from 1963-85, appearing in more than 6,000 games in 97 countries.
The former "Empire" star sang a Stevie Wonder hit while alluding to the date he claimed to have been attacked in a racist and anti-LGBTQ hate crime.
The singer-rapper called her session, "A practice in connectivity during this social distance."
"We're counting our blessings and couldn't be more grateful," Parrish wrote on Instagram.
Two dozen senators urged the Trump administration to not forget domestic violence survivors as the government addresses the pandemic.
"The severity of this disease is real," the Minnesota Timberwolves center said in a heart-wrenching video as the COVID-19 outbreak rages.
Keara Wilson, a 19-year-old choreographer, created the dance that’s going viral and got the rapper’s single to No. 1 on iTunes.
As more people are stuck at home and reality shows pause production, the search for love continues via our screens — and Instagram feeds.
With the two megastars feuding again, Swift pal Todrick Hall tried to shame Kardashian over her infamous sex tape.
No partners. No doulas. Giving birth alone is hardly what these women had in mind.
The husband and wife both now have the coronavirus, but tell Oprah Winfrey they have no regrets.
"Creating is living right now," the actor said. "Music therapy."
"The Daily Show" comedian also suggested "Bad Guy" singer Billie Eilish "knows something we don't know" in his film review bit.
The incumbent state's attorney for Cook County beat out three challengers after a tough year of criticism over how she handled the actor's case.
Leslie Gray Streeter's memoir about grief is funny, sad and real. When a critic said it wasn’t “top shelf,” she said, "I was like, 'I’m the mid-price vodka of memoirs.'"