THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • And now, Elizabeth Warren has dropped out of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
  • Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are expecting their first child together. She made the announcement in her new music video.
  • Actress Melissa Benoist, star of "Supergirl," has announced she's expecting her first child with her husband, actor Chris Wood.
  • Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin are touring together, beginning this fall.
  • What we know is there will be a Hocus Pocus 2 and it will head straight to Disney Plus!
  • Journey's Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain have fired long-time bassist Ross Valory and drummer Steve Smith from the band after accusing them of trying to fund their retirement by wresting control of the band's name.
  • In the upcoming Disney remake of Cinderella, Billy Porter has been cast as the fairy godmother.
  • Wells Fargo has become the third major bank to end Arctic oil investing.
  • Chrissy Teigen says she got breast implants when she was younger, but now, wants them out.
  • McDonald's and Wendy's are heating up the fast food breakfast wars. Now, Dunkin' Donuts is offering a free donut with any beverage purchase on Fridays this month.
  • General Motors is bragging about their new car battery that will get you 400 miles and be cheaper than what's currently available.
  • The annual Iditarod sled dog race begins tomorrow up in Alaska. 57 mushers, including 5 champions, are competing this year.
  • The Vatican says Pope Francis I tested negative for coronavirus and has a cold.
  • Want the latest version of the Aston Martin? That'll cost you $950,000 and that doesn't include the roof or windshield.
  • Japan first said "No Way" when it came to canceling the upcoming Olympics. Now they're saying they may be delayed.
  • A new study claims that a session in a sauna will work out your heart as much as a workout.
  • Lady Gaga has announced a special six-date summer tour dubbed "The Chromatica Ball." The trek, presented by Live Nation, will kick off July 24th in Paris and continue through London, Toronto, Boston and Chicago before wrapping on August 19th in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
  • Nicholas Cage has a new girlfriend, Riko Shibata. He's 56, she's 26.
  • High-wire artist Nik Wallenda made it across Nicauragua's active Masaya volcano on Wednesday night.
  • Corey Feldman is naming names on Monday.
Coronarivus updates:
  • Miami's 3-day Ultra Music Festival is being postponed, possibly a year.
  • The Northshore School District outside of Seattle, is now closed up to 14 days for cleaning and hoping their students stay healthy.
  • Facebook has closed its Seattle office until next week.
  • Next week is the Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle. Venders are starting to pull out left and right. Fans are being offered refunds.
  • Catholic churches are temporarily emptying their holy water fonts to help prevent spread of the virus.
  • Starbucks has put a temporary halt on filling up personal cups, not knowing who is handing them a cup to refill.
  • A Princess Cruise Ship that was supposed to dock in San Francisco yesterday is being kept at sea until all of the passengers can be checked for the virus. Some passengers and crew are showing symptoms. A passenger who left the ship and was hospitalized has died.

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