Ed Sheeran is the latest celebrity to test positive for the coronavirus. See the list of stars who have also contracted the virus.
Angelina Jolie brought along five of her six children to the Marvel event in Los Angeles, where she, along with several co-stars, were reportedly exposed to COVID.
After the Brooklyn Nets benched Kyrie Irving for not complying with New York City’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, he defended his decision to not get the jab, and promised that this wasn’t the end of his career.
A new report states that Ray J was admitted to a hospital in Miami for pneumonia, and he’s been struggling to speak or breathe.
Right after taking a romantic tropical getaway with Kendall Jenner, Devin Booker tested positive for COVID-19. He revealed his symptoms on Sept. 26.
As Nick Cordero is remembered on what would have been his 43rd birthday, the late Broadway star’s close friend Constantine Maroulis spoke to HL about how he is keeping his memory alive.
Season 13 of ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ will now premiere on Oct. 4, two weeks later than its intended start date.
Nicki Minaj said she’d be missing out on the Met Gala after contracting COVID. She admitted she wasn’t vaccinated and had to isolate from her 11-month-old son.
The far-right political commentator shared screenshots of an email she allegedly received from an Aspen COVID testing facility.
Ariana Grande and Miley Cyrus are the latest stars to celebrate getting the COVID-19 vaccine to protect themselves against contracting the virus.
Juvenile is making it rain – Vaccination cards, that is. The hip-hop legend remixed ‘Back That Thang Up’ for the COVID generation – and to remind singles to get their shots before going on a date.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s activist daughter, Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo, came out as demisexual during pride month. Here’s 5 things to know about her.
Fans had a big theory about how Kim Kardashian and her family contracted COVID, but the reality star shut down all the speculation on Twitter.
Prince William posted a photo of himself getting the COVID-19 vaccine, but it’s his arm muscles in the picture that people can’t stop talking about!
Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett’s tireless work and research in developing a COVID-19 vaccine is saving millions of lives. Here’s what you should know about the young, talented scientist.