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Jonathan Wier and Ayla Brown

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Let’s talk Disney! First, Disney Princesses and characters are out of work and struggling to get by (like most musicians, bartenders, and pretty much everyone else) But besides the point, they have taken a financial hit of about $200,000 for March and April alone and they are estimating a loss of $1mil in gross income. The troupe says this is the usually the biggest time for events. They have 2,000 employees across 27 different cities.They are trying the virtual booking thing. Booking 7 virtual gigs a day where princesses and characters interact with kids virtually. Disney lovers can still get a dose of Disney if they have one of those virtual reality headsets. You can now ride any ride virtually. Splash Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain, Haunted Mansion and more. Just go on the YouTube channel called Virtual Disney World.

Disney Princesses Out of Work In Pandemic, Birthday Parties Go Virtual

Disney princesses and characters are getting hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic -- they're outta work and struggling to get by -- but not just because Disneyland is closed. With governments banning gatherings large and small, there's simply no work for the folks who dress up as your favorite Disney princesses and movie characters ...

Miranda Lambert has taken to social media to express her growing anxiety during this time. She showed a photo of a gift that he parents sent her in the mail. It consisted of a couple bottles of wine, snacks and a handwritten note from her mom and dad.
“I haven’t really known what to say on social media during all of this. I’m not great at social anyway and a time like this makes it much more difficult for me to figure out how to be. Once I processed it, I actually got a feeling of peace even though, like all of us, my anxiety about the state of the world now is still through the roof.” She says she’s been trying to make the most of it with virtual happy hours with friends, cooking, cleaning and spending time with her husband, dogs and horses.

Miranda Lambert says her anxiety is 'through the roof' amid coronavirus pandemic

Miranda Lambert has broken her silence about the coronavirus pandemic, stressing it was initially hard for her to put her thoughts into words. The country crooner, 36, took to Instagram Friday to share a photo of a touching gift she received from her parents this week while she and husband Brendan McLoughlin remain at home in quarantine.

The Detroit Pistons are helping out their community by offering health officials a massive space they own and operate to be used for anything covid19 related. So it could be used for testing, hospital patients or even for medical staff who might need a neutral, clean place to sleep.

Detroit Pistons Offer Up New Performance Center for COVID-19 Uses

The Detroit Pistons are taking a huge step in helping out their community amid the coronavirus outbreak -- offering health officials a massive space they own and operate to be used for anything and everything COVID-19 related.

 

Joe Exotic, the “star” of the Netflix series Tiger King is in jail. If you don’t know why, just watch the documentary because I don’t want to spoil it….; But there’s a celebrity that is coming to his defense and wants to set him free! That person is Cardi B. She went on twitter just a couple of days ago and started trash talking Carole Baskin, who happens to be Joe Exotic’s arch enemy and the reason he’s in jail. Read more about it HERE:

Flashback: 'Tiger King' Joe Exotic arrested in Santa Rosa County

SANTA ROSA COUNTY, Fla. -- The story of Joe Exotic has garnered national attention since Netflix recently released the documentary "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness". And it has a tie to Northwest Florida.

John Callahan of “All my children” passed away Saturday after suffering a massive stroke at his home in Palm Desert, CA. His reps say this was not covid19 related. He was known for playing Edmund Grey from 1992-2005 and he also had recurring roles on Days of our Lives. He was 66 years old

Kelly Ripa mourns death of 'All My Children' co-star John Callahan: 'Way too young'

Kelly Ripa opened up about her emotional weekend during Monday's episode of " Live! with Kelly and Ryan." The 49-year-old is mourning the death of her 66-year-old "All My Children" co-star, John Callahan, who died Friday morning after suffering a massive stroke. "I had a really a bad weekend this weekend," Ripa said.

After the death of Kenny Rogers, his album “The best of Kenny Rogers through the Years” is number one on the country chart, making it the 12th #1 album on the country charts. It’s been almost 35 years since his last #1 album

Kenny Rogers Returns to No. 1: Top Country Albums Chart

The late Kenny Rogers is No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart for the first time since 1986, as The Best of Kenny Rogers: Through the Years debuts atop the tally. He was last on top with The Heart of the Matter, which reigned for six weeks between the charts dated Dec.

 

I spoke a few weeks ago about whether the prime minister of Canada would have tax payers pay for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle if they made their permanent home Canada. He said they the country will not pay for their security. President Donald Trump said on Sunday that the US would also NOT pay to protect the soon-to-be ex-royals if they move to the US. A Sussex spokesperson said in a statement that the Duke and Dutchess of Sussex have no plans to ask the US Govt for security resources. Privately funded security arrangements have been made. From what I’ve heard, the couple is in LA. And Meghan has done voiceover work for Disney.

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry respond to President Trump's tweet about not paying for their security in LA

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry said they never had plans to ask the United States government to pay for their personal security amid their reported move to Los Angeles. On Sunday, President Trump tweeted about reports that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have relocated from Canada to Markle's home city.

Crashing FB can actually be a good thing, because it might get you a major network show.That’s what happened to Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood. Just about a week ago they did a FB live and over 3.4 mil people watched it, causing FB to crash multiple times. But no big deal because now they have a prime-time special on CBS called “Garth and Trisha Live!” and it’s airing on Wednesday night at 9pm on CBS! The special will not have a live audience but the couple and CBS will donate $1mil to charities for coronavirus relief.