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Michelle Money is asking for prayers and urging parents to make their children wear helmets with her daughter on life support from a skateboarding accident.
In a final message on their Sussex Royal account, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wrote, "While you may not see us here, the work continues."
Legend and Teigen went all out for "the wedding of the century."
Celebrity chefs have taken to Instagram to share recipes, fun videos and Q&As when it comes to cooking on coronavirus lockdown.
Fifteen years after the show's premiere, the stars remain grateful they got to be part of it.
"I am celebrating the beauty of this life, the blessings God has given and my continued good health, even now as a COVID-19 survivor."
AJ McLean, Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson joined forces to give fans exactly what they want— in a whole new way.
The "Real Housewives of New York" star has been spending time in quarantine with her ex-husband, Mario.
Kelly Osbourne visited her parents, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, for the first time in weeks amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The pop star offered some loyal Swifties thousands after reading about their financial struggles amid the pandemic.
Disney has announced that Disney World and Disneyland will remain closed indefinitely amid the coronavirus pandemic.
For the first time ever, the Baldwins are letting their kids play with apps, iPads, FaceTime and more.
Let's say there's a lot of water involved, and those are not Dakota's hands!
The actors teamed up with Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health to create public service announcement videos.
Former "Full House" star John Stamos is in quarantine with his wife, Caitlin, and son, Billy, but they're making the most out of it.
It's a popular choice on Netflix.
We doubt there will ever be a duet, but we can dream.
Winnie and Franny were not impressed with their dad's jokes.
Hoda Kotb became overwhelmed with emotion after an interview with Saints quarterback Drew Brees about how the pandemic has ravaged the Crescent City.
Josh Wallwork was loved by family, co-workers and friends, all of whom shared beautiful tributes on social media.
The "Lost" actress said her remarks downplaying the deadly virus were "dismissive, arrogant and cryptic."