LL Cool J is the latest idealism to test positive for COVID-19. Due to his diagnosis, he can no longer perform at ‘Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.’
Even celebrities aren’t immune from the coronavirus. Plane a year without the pandemic hit the United States, celebrities are still stuff hit with symptoms and positive tests. Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson were the first celebs to personize they had contracted the disease in March 2020, and many other stars have moreover come forward to share their stories well-nigh testing positive. Here’s a list of the most recent stars that have COVID-19:
LL Cool J
LL Cool J, 53, tested positive for COVID-19 just days surpassing New Year’s Eve 2021, forcing him to cancel his scheduled performance on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest. The rapper and two-face was intended to perform surpassing midnight from Times Square. In a statement, LL said, “I know it’s disappointing to the millions of fans but my test came when positive for COVID, which ways I’ll no longer be worldly-wise to perform as scheduled at NYRE. We were ready and I was really looking forward to ringing in 2022 in my hometown in a special way, but for now I wish everyone a healthy and happy New Year. The weightier is yet to come!“
BTS’ RM, Jin & Suga
Three members of K-Pop group BTS have tested positive: Suga, 28, initially received a positive result, followed by bandmates RM, 27, and Jin, 29 a day later. “After returning on Friday the 17th from the United States pursuit his personal schedule as part of his official vacation period, RM immediately underwent PCR testing, was found negative and entered into self-quarantine in his home as mandated by COVID-19 tenancy procedures,” a statement read from the band’s management, per PEOPLE. “However, he underwent PCR testing [Saturday] surpassing his scheduled release from quarantine and was found to be positive for COVID-19.”
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, 72, spoken that she’d tested positive with a “breakthrough case” of COVID-19 on Sunday December 19. “Thankfully, I am only experiencing summery symptoms & am grateful for the protection provided versus serious illness that comes from stuff vaccinated & boosted,” she tweeted.
Sen. Warren moreover encouraged her followers to get vaccinated if they haven’t already, and she shared a link to the government website where her followers could get increasingly information well-nigh the vaccine, including where to get it. “As cases increase wideness the country, I urge everyone who has not once washed-up so to get the vaccine and the booster as soon as possible – together, we can save lives,” she wrote.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker shared that he’d tested positive on Saturday December 18. Like Sen. Warren, he said he’d only had summery symptoms and credited the COVID vaccine and his booster shot with helping him stave feeling severely ill. “I’m unrepealable that without them I would be doing much worse,” he said.
The Democratic senator moreover encouraged others to get vaccinated and boosted, if they’re worldly-wise to. “I encourage everyone who is eligible to get vaccinated and boosted,” he tweeted, withal with the link to the vaccine website.
“Hey everyone. I tested positive for Covid this morning. I’m not feeling wondrous but I think the worst is overdue me. I write you this update, feeling like well-constructed ass, in hopes that you will be unscratched and shielding this holiday season,” the singer tweeted in December 2021. “Love you and I’ll speak to you very soon.”
Ed Sheeran took to his Instagram on Sunday October 24 to signify that he’d tested positive for COVID-19. The “Bad Habits” singer noted that he’d be pursuit government guidelines and self-isolating as a result of the positive test. “It ways that I’m now unable to plough superiority with any in person commitments for now, so I’ll be doing as many of my planned interviews/performances I can from my house,” he wrote in the post. “Apologies to anyone I’ve let down. Be unscratched everyone.”
Supreme Magistrate Justice Brett Kavanaugh tested positive for coronavirus, and the news was spoken on Friday, Oct. 1, 2021. A printing release confirmed Justice Kavanaugh’s diagnosis, and revealed that he had been vaccinated versus the virus since Jan. 2021. He had no symptoms, but learned of his diagnosis without a routine COVID-19 test before Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s formalism investiture. Kavanaugh’s wife and daughters tested negative without his positive test.
Comedian Chris Rock is the latest celeb to reveal he has tested positive for COVID-19. “Hey guys I just found out I have COVID, trust me you don’t want this,” he tweeted. “Get vaccinated.” As fans would recall, Chris previously spoke to Jimmy Fallon about his vaccination status. “I’m two-shots Rock, that’s what they undeniability me,” he said, surpassing specifying he received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which only required a single-dose. “That’s the supplies stamps of vaccines.”
On Aug. 31, KISS released a statement and said that Gene Simmons, who is fully vaccinated, has tested positive for COVID-19 and he is experiencing “mild” symptoms. His bandmate Paul Stanley moreover tested positive for COVID-19 recently. “While Paul Stanley recently tweeted that he has recovered from COVID, Gene Simmons has now tested positive and is experiencing summery symptoms,” the wreath said in a statement. “The wreath and hairdo will remain at home and isolate for the next 10 days and doctors have indicated the tour should be worldly-wise to resume on September 9th at FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA.”
Kim Kardashian & Her 4 Children
On the May 27, 2021 episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kim Kardashian revealed that she and all of her kids — North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm West — “tested positive for COVID”. Without Saint was the first to get sick, Kim “started experiencing some pretty intense symptoms while trying to pension studying for the victual bar”.
“I’ve just been feeling so sick and villainous with COVID that I can whimsically get out of bed and study,” Kim admitted. “I thought that [just] making this visualization to stick with law school was going to be nonflexible and to do this test, but I had no idea that I was going to get COVID. I’m feeling extremely achy, like so bad. The worst when pain. I have 104 fever. I don’t know how I’m going to do this.”
Fortunately, this episode was filmed a few months ago, and now, Kim and the kids are all feeling healthy.
Jessica SimpsonJessica Simpson revealed that she had tested positive for COVID-19 at some point during the pandemic, while debuting the imbricate of her new Amazon Original Stories essay on March 29, 2021 [SEEN HERE].
“This past year has been expressly intense for me and so many of you. I started writing this essay on the same day I received a positive test result for COVID-19. I decided instead of stuff driven by fear, I would manifest a hopeful conversation with you,” The Dukes of Hazzard star revealed in the Instagram post below.While it looks like the 40-year-old singer and actress is saving details of her tour with COVID-19 for her essay, Jessica widow that she “felt strong, resilient, and God- inspired through [her] pen teaching [her]” as she shared ways for her fans to “get to the other side of fear.” The essay, titled Take the Lead, will be misogynist on April 29, 2021.
Kim Zolciak-Biermann and Kroy Biermann
Don’t Be Tardy stars Kim Zolciak-Biermann, 42, and husband Kroy Biermann, 35, have both tested positive for COVID-19, and are under a doctor’s superintendency in Atlanta. The former Real Housewives of Atlanta star shared an Instagram story photo of Kroy masked up while getting an IV treatment on March 3. Over it she wrote, “Hubby and I tested for Covid A few days ago! Been a hell of a ride! Very thankful for our Dr’s and a HUGE thank you to [Chris Tuff] for keeping us healthy and Piedmont Infusion Center as well THANK YOU SO MUCH!!”
Kim added, “You guys rock! Thank you for all you do. My nurses were veritably phenomenal.” The couple’s positive tests come without her daughter Brielle, 24, shared in a Jan. 13, 2021 Instagram post she was recovering from the coronavirus and bored while quarantining vacated inside the family’s Atlanta mansion.
Trisha YearwoodTrisha Yearwood has contracted COVID-19 while her husband, fellow country music star Garth Brooks, has tested negative but is quarantining, which Garth’s team spoken via a Facebook utterance on Feb. 24, 2021.
Garth widow his own personal statement in the announcement, writing, “The Queen [Trisha] and I have now tested twice. Officially, she’s diagnosed as ‘on her way out of the tunnel’ now, though, which I’m extremely thankful for.”
“Anyone who knows me knows my world begins and ends with Miss Yearwood, so she and I will ride through this together,” Garth continued. “And anyone who knows her knows she’s a fighter and she’s been doing everything right, so I know we’ll walk out the other side of this thing together.” Garth widow that Trisha “is dealing with symptoms” but is overall “doing okay so far” and is “stronger” than him.
Gwyneth Paltrow is still suffering from left-over effects from an early wrestle with COVID-19, which she revealed in a post published on her GOOP website on Feb. 16, 2021. “I had COVID-19 early on, and it left me with some long-tail fatigue and smart-ass fog. In January, I had some tests washed-up that showed really upper levels of inflammation in my body. So I turned to one of the smartest experts I know in this space, the functional medicine practitioner Dr. Will Cole. Without he saw all my labs, he explained that this was a specimen where the road to healing was going to be longer than usual,” the actress explained.
“So we’ve been doing a version of a protocol he outlines in his forthcoming book, Intuitive Fasting. It’s keto and plant-based but flexible (I’ve been having fish and a few other meats), and I fast until 11 a.m. every day,” she continued. Gwyneth’s post-COVID health routine moreover entails taking a lot of supplements (which she listed in her post) and banning sugar and swig from her diet.
Jersey Shore star Snooki has revealed her Valentine’s Day looks a little variegated in 2021, without testing positive for COVID-19. “I’ve been isolated in my room since I found out,” she told fans in an Instagram post. “My family & I have been super cautious & careful, so this is super scary.” The reality star posed with a bouquet of flowers in a sweet mirror selfie, in which she wore sweats and a squatter mask. “Today i just finger groggy. I ended up losing my taste and smell last night. It’s fricken weird. I had a greasy cheese pizza & couldn’t taste a damn thing. WHAT A SIN,” she joked. “The rest of my family tested negative, so i am here hiding out in my bedroom until this is over.”
Nick Cannon seen hosting The Masked Singer on Fox. Photo credit: FOX.
The Masked Singer host Nick Cannon has tested positive for COVID-19, which will effect the production schedule of the hit Fox show. It gets underway on Feb. 4, with the show premiering in March 2021. Actress/comedian Niecy Nash will fill in as host for season five until Cannon, 40, is cleared to return to the series, Variety reports. Nick is “currently in quarantine and resting,” his rep told the site on Feb. 3.
Shawn Johnson East
Shawn Johnson East is the latest idealism to come forward with news of a positive Coronavirus test result. The Olympic gold medalist, who’s pregnant with her second child with husband Andrew East, spoken the news in an emotional note on her Instagram Stories. “Got my results when today and they came when positive for Covid,” Shawn, 29, wrote over a woebegone background. “Not going to lie… I’m nervous knowing I’m positive,” she admitted.
“It’s been a long week of RVS with Drew,” Shawn continued, in reference to the couple’s 1-year-old daughter who had contracted respiratory syncytial virus. “1: I don’t want to get my family sick. 2: I have asthma and have had it my unshortened life, so this scares me a little extra. 3: had a very tropical family member fight or his life last month while rival Covid so it’s a serious topic of concern/hits home in our household,” Shawn explained, surpassing detailing her own coronavirus symptoms.
“So far, I have a cough, terrible sore throat and headache. Fatigue for sure but… that’s pregnancy haha,” she wrote, noting that she’s “not looking for any kind of [pity] party. Just a reminder to take superintendency of yourself. Drink an uneaten water tonight and wash your hands.” — Get well soon, Shawn!
Dave Chappelle, 47, has tested positive for COVID-19. The comedian is in quarantine since receiving his test results as of Thursday, Jan. 21 equal to TMZ. Dave had series of spectacle shows scheduled in in Austin, Texas from Jan. 21 – Jan. 24, but all have been canceled with refunds stuff issued to fans. The Maryland native has yet to personize the news himself on his Instagram page.
Liv Tyler, 43, revealed she tested positive for COVID-19 on New Year’s Eve — and has since reunited with her youngest kids Sailor, 5, and Lula Rose, 4. ‘Reunited with my loves … what a wild 2 weeks,” she captioned a sweet photo of her snuggling them on a bed. Liv wore a protective undecorous squatter mask in the person. “I had made it all the way through 2020 keeping myself and my family safe. Doing everything i could to protect my wolf pack and follow the rules to protect others. Suddenly on The morn of the last day of 2020… tattoo it took me down. It comes on fast, like a locomotive. Owchie. With it Feelings of fear , shame and guilt swirling through you , who could you have gotten it from and who could you have infected…Terrifying,” she explained to her 2.4 million followers, tagging England as a location.
Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns, 25, took to Instagram to share he tested positive for the novel Coronavirus. “Prior to tonight’s game, I received yet flipside villainous undeniability that I tested positive for COVID. I will immediately isolate and follow every protocol,” he began a tweeted message on Friday, Jan. 15. The message was moreover re-shared via social media by his girlfriend Jordyn Woods, 23.
“I pray every day that this nightmare virus will subside and I beg everyone to protract to take itI seriously by taking all of the necessary precautions. We cannot stop the spread of this virus alone,” he added. Karl tragically confirmed 7 family members — including his mother Jacqueline Towns — to complications of the virus. “It breaks my heart that my family. particularly my father and sister protract to suffer from the uneasiness of this diagnosis,” he added.
Tennis pro Andy Murray, 33, has tested positive for COVID-19. The British athlete is set to compete in the upcoming Australian Open, but is unable to fly on one of the official lease flights bringing players to the island nation for the event. “Andy Murray has well-considered that he has tested positive to COVID-19 and is isolating at home in the UK. Unfortunately, this ways he will be unable to join the official AO lease flights arriving in Australia in the coming days to go through the quarantine period with the other players,” a tweeted message posted to the Australian Open Twitter worth read on Jan. 14.
“Fans love Andy, and we know how much he loves competing here in Melbourne and how nonflexible he’d worked for this opportunity,” the statement moreover read. It’s unclear at this time if Andy will be worldly-wise to join at a later date.
Father of eight Jon Gosselin reveals on the Jan. 14 episode of The Dr. Oz Show. that he contracted COVID-19 and was rushed to the hospital with a 105 stratum fever. “Once they evaluated me and did all of my thoroughbred work, all of a sudden, I’m getting antibiotics, steroids and a plasma pathogen transfusion for COVID. It happened really fast,” the 43-year-old explained. “Then they moved me…up to flipside room, a increasingly permanent room. Then I just remember sleeping and it was just surreal. Like, ‘What?’ I didn’t plane realize why I was there until, like, three days later,” that’s how out of it Jon was with COVID-19. Fortunately the former TLC star is now recovering.
Brielle Biermann revealed in a Jan. 13 Instagram story post that she had been rival the coronavirus, but was well on her way to recovering. “I’ve had COVID (still recovering but I’m doing good today!!) so today is the day I’ve worn makeup,” the Don’t Be Tardy star shared while looking glam in a selfie. She widow “Still quarantining (in the salon LOL) but have Zoom meetings all day.” In twin IG videos, the 23-year-old told fans “I’ve been vastitude bored, for real. So if everyone has any suggestions for what to watch on Hulu or Netflix, rationalization I’m running out of things to do in the salon. Very bored. Shout out to (dad) Kroy (Biermann), who has been delivering me my necessities at the stairs. He’s been bringing me all my gown and food. He plane brought me milk and cookies the other night.” Brielle then revealed that she was going to be taking a COVID test later in the day and hoped it would come when negative, considering she said that she had COVID “for scrutinizingly two weeks now.”
Joy-Anna Duggar & Austin Forsyth
Joy-Anna Forsyth (née Duggar) revealed that not only did she come lanugo with COVID-19 in 2020, but she moreover did while pregnant with her and Austin Forsyth’s daughter, Evelyn. While the Counting On star was conducting an Instagram “Ask Me Anything,” one fan inquired if Joy-Anna, 23, overly unprotected the coronavirus. “Yes, Austin [and] I both tested positive for Covid last year,” she responded. “I was still pregnant with Evelyn. We both had soul aches, slight fever, and lost our [sense of] taste and smell. Thankfully, we recovered quickly.”
Pregnancy increases the risk of severe illness with COVID-19, equal to the Mayo Clinic. “Pregnant women who have COVID-19 towards increasingly likely to develop respiratory complications requiring intensive superintendency than women who aren’t pregnant,” per the Clinic, and pregnant women are “more likely to be placed on a ventilator” without transmissible COVID-19. It sounds like Joy-Anna write-up the odds.
Grimes, 32, confirmed via social media that she’s contracted the COVID-19 virus. “Finally got COVID, but weirdly enjoying the Dayquil Fever Dream,” the mother of Elon Musk‘s son X Æ A-12, 8 months, posted on Jan. 9. The Vancouver native moreover included a Spotify share of SZA‘s “Good Days,” saying, “this song is sooooo” withal with several space and moon related emojis.
Kaitlyn Bristowe & Jason Tartick
Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick are stuck quarantined yonder from their families during Christmas due to testing positive for coronavirus. Unfortunately, during their pre-holiday quarantine, they saw one person who wound up testing positive and passed the virus onto the couple. “Like many, we will spend Christmas by herself,” she wrote. “We just want to let everyone know that we thought we were stuff safe, but Covid is worthier than us. Today, we are thinking of everyone who is spending the holidays alone, anyone who is sick or overcoming something, and all of the healthcare workers who have been yonder from family, taking superintendency of others for months and months now.”
Sharon Osbourne, 68, took to Instagram on Dec. 14 to reveal she tested positive for COVID-19 and had to be “briefly hospitalized” for it. She moreover revealed that she is quarantining yonder from her husband, Ozzy Osbourne, 72.”I wanted to share that I’ve tested positive for Covid 19. Without a unenduring hospitalization, I’m now recuperating at a location yonder from Ozzy (who has tested negative) while The Talk is on scheduled hiatus. Everyone please stay unscratched and healthy,” her message read.
Ashanti, 40, has confirmed that she tested positive for the mortiferous Coronavirus. “Hey ya’ll I can’t believe this but I tested positive for COVID-19,” she shared via her Instagram worth on Saturday, Dec. 12. The news came the day that Ashanti was set to go head-to-head with Keyshia Cole in a Verzuz battle. “I’m okay and not in pain. I’m still lanugo to do the Verzuz from my house…we’re trying to icon it out!” she added. The wrestle has since been cancelled.
Carrie Ann Inaba
The Talk co-host Carrie Ann Inaba took to her personal Instagram worth on December 10 to share that she had contracted coronavirus. “I have tested positive for COVID 19,” her caption began. “I’m home with some symptoms and will be sequestering as per the CDC guidelines, resting and taking superintendency of myself. I have been in a very unscratched environment pursuit all the guidelines and safety protocols and it still found it’s way to me. So, this is a friendly reminder to be uneaten shielding this holiday season. Wear your masks, socially and physically pension your distance, and wash your hands. Take superintendency everyone. And I’ll pension you updated on my journey.” You can see Carrie’s full video above.
“Hi Everyone,” Ellen DeGeneres shared on Dec. 10. “I want to let you all know that I tested positive for COVID-19. Fortunately, I’m feeling fine right now. Anyone who has been in tropical contact with me has been notified, and I am pursuit all proper CDC guidelines. I’ll see you all then without the holidays. Please stay healthy and safe.”
Kristen StewartAubrey Plaza revealed that Kristen Stewart and a number of other tint and hairdo members from Happiest Season contracted COVID-19 when the mucosa was shooting in February. “Yes, right surpassing COVID, in fact, COVID was on our set. Kristen [Stewart] got sick but we didn’t know… a lot of people got sick,” Aubrey explained during her appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. “It was the last week of February so people were starting, it was like that zone where people were starting to talk well-nigh coronavirus, but people were laughing well-nigh it,” she said. “No one understood how serious it was. But a tuft of people on our set got sick. I didn’t, thank god.”
Rudy Giuliani, 76, has tested positive for COVID-19 equal to President Donald Trump, 74. “@RudyGiuliani, by far the greatest mayor in the history of NYC, and who has been working tirelessly exposing the most untruthful referendum (by far!) in the history of the USA, has tested positive for the China Virus,” the President tweeted on Sunday, Dec. 6. “Get largest soon Rudy, we will siphon on!!!” he added. The former NYC Mayor has been out-and-about lately, including last week in a Michigan magistrate for a voter hearing fraud. Rudy has yet to tweet well-nigh his diagnosis.
Kyle Richards, 51, took to Instagram to reveal she and her daughter, Sophia, 20, both have COVID-19 on Dec. 5. She explained when she got it in the caption of a family Christmas photo she shared. “I love these people so much❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Some of you may have heard I have COVID. I got it without these photos were taken,” the caption read. “Since I was diagnosed I have been separated from my family in order to pension them healthy. Unfortunately , Sophia moreover got it. We will stay in isolation until it’s unscratched to see the family and others then . I can’t wait to hug them 🥰”
Jojo Siwa, 17, is the latest star to reveal she and her family contracted COVID-19. “I did end up getting it, the big, dreaded COVID-19. It got through my whole family,” JoJo revealed to Entertainment Tonight on Thursday, Dec. 3. “We had headaches, we were tired, we had shortness of breath, we had all the things. All my family unquestionably lost their taste and smell, but all have it back. But I never did.” The YouTube sensation and former Dance Moms star noted that her she and her family tested positive “three days apart.”
Grammy winning singer Gloria Estefan revealed on December 2 that she tested positive for COVID-19 without dining outdoors at a Miami restaurant. The 63-year-old said she spent most of November in isolation and endured only “a little bit of a cough” without losing her sense of smell and taste. In a video posted to her Instagram page, the Cuban-born hitmaker said she was infected despite pursuit all protocols to a tee. Gloria theorized that she could have been exposed by a fan who was not wearing a mask — while at dinner, the fan tapped her on the shoulder and got very tropical to her to talk.
“I was very lucky, but I just wanted to share with you that I was in quarantine, and one day I went out and met with one person who was not wearing a mask. I plane held my vapor through their talk, but something must have happened there,” she said. Luckily, she didn’t suffer too severely, and added, “Fear was my biggest problem. We’ve got to grab fear and shake it and just do whatever you can to pension your immune system as healthy as you can.”
“I’m devastated that I won’t be racing this weekend,” tweeted Lewis Hamilton on Dec. 1. The Formula One star revealed that he’d tested positive for COVID-19, and will not race in the Sakhir Grand Prix. “Since we started the season in June, my team and I have been taking all the precautions we possibly can and pursuit the regulations everywhere we’ve been in order to stay safe. Unfortunately, plane though I returned three negative results this past week, I woke up yesterday morning with summery symptoms and requested flipside test which came when positive. I’ve immediately gone into self-isolation for ten days.”
“I’m gutted not to be worldly-wise to race this weekend, but my priority is to follow the protocols and translating to protect others. I’m really lucky that I finger ok with only summery symptoms and will do my weightier to stay fit and healthy. Please squint without yourself out there. You can never be too careful. These are worrying times for everyone and we need to make sure we are looking without ourselves and each other. Stay positive.”
Arie Luyendyk Jr.
Arie Luyendyk Jr. revealed that he had contracted the coronavirus in a series of videos posted on his Instagram Stories feed on Nov. 26. “Many of you have been wondering… why we have been woolgathering on social media and why I’m sitting like 25ft yonder from the girls,” he said, as he sat outside in his garden, far yonder from his wife, Lauren, and their 18-month-old daughter, Alessi. “It’s ‘cause I unquestionably tested positive for COVID… nine days ago. So tomorrow I get to go in and see if I’m all clear. It’s been rough. I gotta say. It’s not easy stuff separated. I’ve been on the other side of the house. Lauren has been really sweet, she’s been keeping me fed. She just slides some supplies outside and I go get it. So that is the reason why we’ve been so absent.”
Bad Bunny‘s fans were concerned without he dropped out of the 2020 American Music Awards on November 22 with no explanation. The singer’s rep revealed in a statement that he had tested positive for COVID-19 and was not showing any “major” symptoms as of November 23. They declined to provide remoter details. Bad Bunny was slated to perform his hit “Dákiti” with Jhay Cortez at the awards show, where he won Favorite Male Latin Artist and Favorite Latin Album for YHLQMDLG. He appeared remotely to present Favorite Latin Female Artist.
Donald Trump Jr.
The president’s son spent months on the wayfarers trail stumping for his dad while not wearing a mask tween the COVID-19 pandemic. It finally unprotected up with him, as on Nov. 20, 2020 he revealed that tested positive for the coronavirus. “I got the ‘rona” he said in an Instagram video, explaining that he only found out considering he took a precautionary test superiority of a father-son trip with one of his children.
Don Jr. said he was experiencing no symptoms whatsoever, but is quarantining and pursuit protocol “out of an zillions of caution” and taking the diagnosis “seriously.” Don Jr.’s girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle once battled the coronavirus, testing positive in Aug. of 2020 but she too was asymptomatic.
“I had the coronavirus, my family had the coronavirus, nine months ago, right at the whence of the pandemic,” Good Morning America’s Ginger Zee said during the Nov. 16 episode of GMA. The ABC News senior meteorologist said she continues to test for COVID considering she “travels a lot – hurricanes, and the wildfires – for work here.” She brought this up in a segment well-nigh false positives while revealing that she also had a recent false-positive test.
“I tested positive for COVID,” The Real Housewives of Orange County alum Meghan King shared with her Instagram followers on Sunday (Nov. 15.) “I have been unscratched while traveling but I had an mart on Tuesday where I did not protect myself and this is where I had to have been infected. I have been unscratched with distancing and masks since Tuesday, including when I went to a dinner solo and stayed separated and wore a mask at [2-year-old son Hayes]’s soccer.” Meghan, 36, widow that her kids – twins Hayes and Hart and 3-year-old Aspen – have been staying with their father, Jim Edmonds. “[B]ut Hayes will quarantine due to unenduring (1 hour) proximity to me. I have contacted everyone and will isolate for 10 days minimum, per CDC guidelines. My children will have to stay with my parents as they cannot stay at my house while I’m sick.”
“I am feeling poorly but I am okay,” she added. Meghan said she got tested to feeling “extreme lethargy.” She said she has “extreme exhaustion, sneezing, a summery cough, and diarrhea.” She moreover says she thinks she’s losing her sense of smell, and is undergoing a “regiment of vitamins, tons of rest, water, and supplies delivery.”
Larsa Pippen revealed in a since deleted Instagram Story that she contracted the novel coronavirus. “I’ve been rival Covid for a week. It’s no joke I’ve never felt pain like this!” the Real Housewives of Miami alum, 46, captioned the November 13 story. HollywoodLife reached out to her rep, who confirmed the model had tested positive. “Yes she has been rival it for a week. She’s had the worst soul aches and nonflexible time breathing. We have a doctor coming to the house caring for her.”
Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam has revealed he had the coronavirus. The 40-year-old two-face made an visitation on Jimmy Kimmel Live on November 6, during which he explained that he was feeling sick. “I’m not sure what I have. I have a little bit of a persistent fever, a dry cough, a little bit of fatigue, so it could be COVID,” he said, explaining that he had tested negative for the virus but had it older in the year. “I just lost my sense of taste and smell for well-nigh 10 days and had a little bit of fatigue,” he said. “This feels very, very different. This feels much increasingly like flu.”
Khloe Kardashian, 36, revealed that she was diagnosed with coronavirus when in Mar. in self-recorded footage for Keeping Up with the Kardashians. A promo trailer for the Oct. 29 episode showed the reality eyeful laying in bed and talking well-nigh her wits with stuff sick. “Just found out that I do have corona,” she said to the camera. “I have been in my room. It’s gonna be fine, but it was really bad for a couple days.”
“Vomiting, shaking and hot and then cold,” she unfurled surpassing moreover talking well-nigh lattermost headaches and coughing. “I suffer from migraines, but this was the craziest headache,” she said. “I wouldn’t say it was a migraine. The coughing, my chest would shrivel when I would cough.”
She went on to warn viewers that the virus is indeed “real” but moreover gave them positive words of encouragement. “Let me tell you, that s**t is real. But, we’re all gonna get through this,” she unpreventable surpassing concluding by saying, “we’re all gonna be ok” if everyone follows the correct protocols. She ended the video by saying, “May God solemnize us all.”
Pregnant Duck Dynasty star Sadie Robertson, 23, announced on October 26 that she was hospitalized with a severe specimen of coronavirus: “Life update: I’m not going to lie, this has been one of the most challenging things. I got COVID-19 and ended up getting very sick. I know everyone experiences covid differently, but wow these symptoms are wild. I’ve definitely struggled through this one! Thankfully victual Huff is doing unconfined and healthy, and I am now healing as well. I’m no longer in the hospital (this pic was not from today) and i have just well-nigh fully recovered. I’ve learned a lot and I have been challenged in a lot of new ways.”
Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo tested positive for COVID-19 and left the Portugal national team to quarantine, the team revealed in an October 13 statement. “The Portuguese international is doing well, without symptoms, and in isolation,” reads the statement. “Following the positive case, the remaining players underwent new tests this Tuesday morning, all with a negative result, and are misogynist to Fernando Santos for training this afternoon, in Cidade do Futebol.” The 35-year-old’s diagnosis ways he won’t be playing for Portugal when they squatter off versus Sweden in a UEFA Nations League game on October 14.
Cam Newton, 31, is the latest pro-athlete to test positive for the Coronavirus. The New England Patriots Quarterback will not be playing in Sunday night’s game, ESPN reports. “Late last night, we received notice that a Patriots player tested positive for COVID-19. The player immediately entered self-quarantine,” the team said in a statement to the network. “Several spare players, coaches and staff who have been in tropical contact with the player received point of superintendency tests this morning and all were negative for COVID-19,” they added.
Donald & Melania Trump
The very own president and First Lady of the United States, Donald Trump and Melania Trump, tested positive for the coronavirus on Oct. 1. Donald made the utterance himself on Twitter, writing, “Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will uncork our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER!”
Melania moreover took to Twitter with her own announcement. “As too many Americans have washed-up this year, @potus & I are quarantining at home without testing positive for COVID-19. We are feeling good & I have postponed all upcoming engagements. Please be sure you are staying unscratched & we will all get through this together.”
Even surpassing receiving the positive test results, Donald and Melania planned to go into quarantine. This is considering Trump’s top workmate Hope Hicks was the first to test positive for the coronavirus without she and the president traveled to and from the first 2020 presidential debate together (which took place on Sept. 29). Donald and Melania’s positive COVID-19 tests happened less than five weeks surpassing the Nov. 3 presidential election.
Hope Hicks — who is a very close senior adviser to Donald Trump — tested positive for COVID-19, which Bloomberg News was the first to report “according to people familiar with the matter.” The senior tipster just traveled with Trump to and from his first presidential debate with Joe Biden, which took place on Sept. 29, via the Air Force One.
Hope reportedly “felt poorly” in Minnesota the day afterwards, where Trump was holding a rally, equal to the report. On that day, she was seen walking to Trump’s Marine One helicopter with the president’s other tutors Jared Kushner, Stephen Miller, and Dan Scavino, equal to ABC News. She was then “quarantined” on her “return flight” and received her positive test results for COVID-19 on Oct. 1, just two days without the presidential debate, Bloomberg News also reported.
Shortly without the report broke, Trump confirmed Hope’s diagnosis and revealed that both he and Melania Trump will be quarantining. “Hope Hicks, who has been working so nonflexible without plane taking a small break, has just tested positive for Covid 19. Terrible! The First Lady and I are waiting for our test results. In the meantime, we will uncork our quarantine process!,” Trump tweeted on Oct. 1.
The longtime red carpet host, 46, was set to be a part of E!’s Live from the Red Carpet: The 2020 Emmy Awards special on Sept. 20, but she revealed in a video message that she had contracted COVID-19. “Hey, everyone. As I go into my 20th year on the E! red carpet I have to say I do not take missing an ribbon show lightly, but unfortunately, this year is just so different,” Giuliana said in the video. “As part of E! and NBCUniversal’s very strict testing guidelines, expressly surpassing an event like this, I did find out that I tested positive for COVID-19. Now as much as I didn’t want to hear that, I’m very thankful I heard it surpassing I traveled and possibly could have exposed other people. So for that, I’m thankful.”
She continued: “As far as my health, I’m doing well. My husband Bill and our son [Duke] moreover did test positive, but we’re all doing well and taking superintendency of each other so I’m going to get when to doing that. But I just want to say I’m wishing you all the weightier and please protect yourselves and protect those virtually you. Take good superintendency and I’ll see you on the next red carpet.”
Vivica A. Fox
Vivica, 56, was moreover set to take part in E!’s Live from the Red Carpet: The 2020 Emmy Awards special, but she moreover tested positive for COVID-19. She released a statement that aired during the pre-show. Her statement read: “I am terribly sorry I cannot be with my E! family tonight! Unfortunately, I have tested positive for the coronavirus. So, in an zillions of caution, I am isolating myself at home. During these precedented times, it’s increasingly important than overly that we follow all safety and health rules and guidelines to protect ourselves and each other. I’m sending my very weightier to Nina and Brad, who I know will hold lanugo the fort, and congratulations to all of tonight’s nominees!”
Neil Patrick Harris
However, the How I Met Your Mother star knew something was wrong when he “lost [his] sense of taste and smell,” so the family “holed up” afterwards. They’re now doing “great,” Neil confirmed.
Jillian Michaels revealed she contracted COVID-19 from a “very tropical friend” without letting her “guard down” during an interview on Fox Business, which aired on Sept. 8. “If you are wrung of COVID, you should not go to the gym. And I unquestionably am a person who let my oversee down, I haven’t plane spoken well-nigh this publicly really, and a very tropical friend of mine gave me COVID several weeks ago,” the fitness expert admitted on television.
While she got “on the other side” of the virus “pretty quick,” The Biggest Loser host admitted that a public gym is “probably a place where you will get [the coronavirus].” She added, “I would love to tell you that’s not the case, but the reality is I literally get my oversee lanugo for an hour with one of my weightier friends who does my hair and makeup and got it. It’s just that simple.” Jillian clarified that her friend “had no idea” she had the virus, and plane the workout guru herself was unaware she was delivering the virus for six days.
Tiffany Haddish revealed that she tested positive for the coronavirus older in the pandemic. The comedian made the big reveal during an interview with the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Dr. Anthony Fauci, which she uploaded to her YouTube page on Aug. 31. “I was working on a movie and someone in the movie contracted coronavirus. I was not in uncontrived contact with them, but they sent all of us home, we stopped the movie. They suggested I go get tested. I got tested, got the results when two days later, they said I didn’t have the coronavirus. Get the tests the second time. I’m not feeling any symptoms or anything, and it comes when like two days later, and they said I did have the coronavirus,” Tiffany revealed.
Tiffany went into self-isolation afterwards. Eventually, flipside test came when negative, but revealed that the actress had “antibodies.” So, Tiffany got tested 12 times without that — her most recent results revealed that she did not have any antibodies! The Girl’s Trip actress joked, “So I think I’m superhuman.”
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, 48, took to his Instagram worth on Sept. 2 to reveal that he, his wife Lauren, 35, and two daughters, Jasmine, 4, and Simone, 2, all tested positive for COVID-19. In a video he shared with his followers, which you can see below, he explained that they unprotected the virus from “very tropical family friends” who they “love and trust” but without quarantining, they are no longer contagious and are “on the other end of it” and doing “good.”
“Stay disciplined. Boost your immune system. Commit to wellness. Wear your mask. Protect your family,” Dwayne captioned his video. “Be strict well-nigh having people over your house or gatherings. Stay positive. And superintendency for your fellow human beings. Stay healthy, my friends. DJ,” he signed off, subtracting a woebegone heart emoji.
Robert Pattinson, 34, has contracted COVID-19, equal to Vanity Fair. His diagnosis has caused production on The Batman to be halted in London, England only days without they resumed filming. “A member of The Batman production has tested positive for Covid-19, and is isolating in vibrations with established protocols. Filming is temporarily paused,” Warner Bros. said in a September 3 statement, not naming Rob. HollywoodLife has reached out to his rep for comment.
“I want to make it public that today, Aug. 10, I am forced to gloat my 60th birthday in quarantine, having tested positive for the COVID-19 disease, caused by the coronavirus,” Antonio Banderas, 60, tweeted on Monday (Aug. 10) in Spanish. “I would like to add that I finger relatively good,” he added, per Variety, “just a little increasingly tired than usual, and am confident that I will recover as soon as possible pursuit medical instructions that I hope will indulge me to overcome the infectious period that I am suffering, and that is well-expressed so many people virtually the planet.”
“I will take wholesomeness of this isolation to read, write, rest and protract making plans to uncork to requite meaning to my 60 years,” widow Antonio, “to which I victorious full of enthusiasm. A big hug to everyone.”
Alyssa Milano, 47, has opened up well-nigh her wits battling COVID-19 without discovering she’s tested positive for the antibodies. “This was me on April 2nd without stuff sick for 2 weeks. I had never been this kind of sick…Low grade fever. And the headaches were horrible. I basically had every Covid symptom,” the Charmed alum explained. “At the very end of march I took two covid19 tests and both were negative…After living the last 4 months with lingering symptoms like, vertigo, stomach abnormalities, irregular periods, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, zero short term memory, and unstipulated malaise, I went and got an pathogen test from a thoroughbred yank (not the finger prick) from a lab. I am POSITIVE for covid antibodies. I had Covid19,” she said in her lengthy Instagram post, shared on Wednesday, Aug. 5.
Actor Bryan Cranston, 63, revealed in an Instagram post that he had unprotected COVID-19, but that his symptoms were mild. “I was pretty strict in waxy to the protocols and still… I contracted the virus. Yep. it sounds daunting now that over 150,000 Americans are sufferer considering of it. I was one of the lucky ones. Summery symptoms. I count my blessings and urge you to pension wearing the damn mask, pension washing your hands, and stay socially distant.” he wrote. Brian shared an twin video where he donated plasma so the antibodies could be retrieved to help those suffering with increasingly serious cases of virus.
Kanye West, 43, revealed that he had coronavirus when in February during an interview with Forbes that was published on July 8. Of his symptoms, he said, “Chills, shaking in bed, taking hot showers, looking at videos telling me what I’m supposed to do to get over it.” He moreover added, “Someone told me Drake had the coronavirus and my response was, ‘Drake can’t be sicker than me!'” Of note, Drake, 33, confirmed he tested negative for the virus in May.
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