Grammy winner Joe Diffie, known for his string of No. 1 hits in the 1990s, died Sunday of complications related to the coronavirus, his publicist confirmed.Revealed his diagnosis on Friday »
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Spanish opera singer Plácido Domingo has been hospitalized in Acapulco, Mexico, for coronavirus. "He is doing well and is responding to treatment," Domingo's spokesperson told CNN on Sunday. On March 22, the 79-year-old Domingo revealed via his Facebook page that he had tested positive for COVID-19. “I beg everyone to be extremely careful, follow the basic […]
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Musician Alan Merrill died in New York Sunday due to complications from the coronavirus. His daughter Laura Merrill confirmed the news on Facebook. He was 69. "The Coronavirus took my father this morning," said Laura Merrill in her Facebook post. "I was given 2 minutes to say my goodbyes before I was rushed out. He […]
Singer-songwriter John Prine, who received a Grammy lifetime achievement award this year, is in critical condition with symptoms of coronavirus, his family relayed via his Twitter account Sunday. "After a sudden onset of Covid-19 symptoms, John was hospitalized on Thursday (3/26)," the statement from the Prine family said. "He was intubated Saturday evening, and continues […]
David Schramm, a stage actor who was also a star on the NBC comedy "Wings," has died. He was 73. Schramm was a founding member of New York's The Acting Company, which announced the news of his death on Sunday. He played Roy Biggins, the rival airline owner on "Wings," and appeared in all 172 […]
Heather Locklear has remained out of the spotlight since completing her court-ordered rehab treatment in September
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David Geffen shared with his 87,000 Instagram followers his escape to the Grenadines on his reported $590 million yacht to avoid the coronavirus pandemic — posts that created enough backlash among shocked onlookers that he has made his account private.Though the philanthropist and entertainment mogul regularly shares photos of his yacht, Rising Sun, on his social media accounts, many found Saturday’s posts particularly tone-deaf, as Americans are struggling with unemployment, healthcare workers are begging for support and small businesses are faced with the possibility of shutting down as they may face months of no customers and revenue.One of the captions included, “Sunset last night…isolated in the Grenadines avoiding the virus. I’m hoping everybody is staying safe.”Also Read: How Hollywood Benefits From $2 Trillion Stimulus PackageShortly after, several Twitter users expressed their discontent with the magnate’s photos, with some questioning why he wouldn’t offer to use his 138-meter yacht to help house patients.Thanks, David Geffen, for your thoughts. pic.twitter.com/5XTRhGX5OP— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) March 28, 2020David Geffen’s thought process: "Hey you know what, millions are losing their jobs, can’t pay their rent and they’re worried about a deadly pandemic, I bet they’d love to know how I’m doing. Fire up the copter so we can take some more pics of my yacht! They’ll love this!!!" ???? pic.twitter.com/yby7xOjb8C— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) March 28, 2020Vis a vis David Geffen…Here's a good rule: if you post a picture of your yacht during this time, you have to announce charitable contributions that equal or exceed the value of said yacht in the same post. Also if Congress could vote remote they could pass this into law.— Todd Schulte (@TheToddSchulte) March 28, 2020Also Read: Google Nixes Traditional April Fool's Day Pranks 'Out of Respect' for Coronavirus PatientsGeffen, who co-founded DreamWorks and Asylum Records, has an estimated net worth of $7.7 billion, according to Forbes.The yacht in question was a reported $590 million purchase that Geffen made from Larry Ellison, the founder of Oracle, that has become a party spot for Hollywood’s rich and famous.A publicist for Geffen could not immediately be reached by TheWrap for comment.Read original story David Geffen Takes Instagram Private After Tone-Deaf Post About Self-Isolating on His Yacht At TheWrap
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