• ABC's George Stephanopoulos has tested positive, but is he's showing no symptoms.
  • Bernie Sanders officially endorsed Joe Biden for President.
  • Actor Danny Goldman has died at the age of 80. He provided the voice of Brainy Smurf in the Smurf cartoons.
  • Former NFL quarterback Tarvaris Jackson (Seahawks, Bills and Vikings) died in a car crash Sunday in Alabama, he was 36.
  • A report says CBS has axed NFL analyst Dan Fouts and replaced him with Charles Davis for the 2020 season.
  • "American Idol" didn't quite hit its usual high notes on Sunday night, but still led ABC to an overall ratings victory. "Idol," which aired part 1 of its clip show about the contestants, scored a 1.0 rating among adults 18-49 and drew 5.8 million total viewers, its lowest tally of season.
  • Amazon's grocery delivery services will no longer accept any new customers.
  • Al Roker's daughter got engaged on Easter Sunday to her longtime boyfriend.
  • A British hospital matron who was once photographed with Prime Minister Boris Johnson died of the coronavirus just months before she had planned to retire. She was 51.
  • Meanwhile, Johnson was discharged from the hospital yesterday and is now home.
  • Bruce Springsteen will livestream a performance from home that will broadcast on SiriusXM's E Street Radio on Wednesday at 10 a.m. ET.
  • Some insiders wonder if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will grant a tell-all interview. Page Six reports that the Sussexes have reportedly been offered $1 million for an interview and that Oprah is the leading contender to conduct it.
  • People also think Meghan and Harry bought Mel Gibson's $14.5 million mansion thanks to an Instagram Post.
  • Babyface announced that he and his family have recovered from a bout with the coronavirus.
  • Disney Parks are closed, but that's not stopping them from allowing you to take the magic home. Last week, they shared the recipe for their churro bites. This week, they're making public their Dole Whip Recipe.
  • Ryan Seacrest is the latest celebrity to donate $1 million in the fight against the coronavirus.
  • You may find this hard to believe, but cruise ship bookings for 2021 are actually up.
  • A top UK scientist is predicting that a vaccine for COVID-19 should be ready in the next six months.
  • A little over a week away from the NFL draft. It's going to have a different look this year when it starts a week from Thursday. The Commissioner is reportedly going to announce first round picks from his basement.


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