LIZZO SENDS LUNCH TO STAFF AT HOSPITALS IN WASHINGTON, DETROIT & MINNESOTA: Lizzo is serving lunch to medical professionals at hospitals across the country that are on the front lines of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. The 31-year-old singer sent lunch to ERs at the University of Washington, and University of Minnesota on Monday. On Monday a verified Twitter account Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit tweeted a thank you to Lizzo for providing lunch for its emergency room staff. The tweet included a video of the singer thanking the hospital workers.
DRAKE GOES LIVE WITH TORY LANEZ ON ‘QUARANTINE RADIO’: Drake appeared on Tory Lanez’s Quarantine Radio yesterday and had over 300,000 people watching. During the live feed, Tory said, “We know you were around Kevin Durant when he caught the corona. What were you doing to stay corona free at that time?” Drake responded, “Honestly, a glass of wine keeps corona away, boys.” Tory is set to release his new album New Toronto 3 on April 10th.
SELENA GOMEZ MAKES DONATION TO CEDARS-SINAI AMID HEALTH CRISIS: Selena Gomez made a major donation to Cedars-Sinai. “So thankful for every single medical professional who is putting their health on the line to take care of others,” she tweeted. “I’m donating to @CedarsSinai as they are low on masks and ventilators.” She added, “They’ve taken such good care of me so it’s my turn to show my gratitude.” In 2017, Selena received a kidney transplant at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after her lupus diagnosis. In October 2018, she reportedly checked herself into their mental health treatment center while battling anxiety and depression.
HAILEE STEINFELD DROPS BLACK & WHITE VIDEO FOR ‘I LOVE YOU’S’: Hailee Steinfeld’s new music video for “I Love You’s” is simply and stunning with a black and white edge. The 23-year-old singer/actress dropped the visual yesterday after premiering the Annie Lennox-sampling self-love anthem she released last week. This is the singer’s directorial debut – she co-helmed the clip alongside Sarah McColgan. In the clip, Steinfeld sings about giving herself space to move on from a relationship.
DRAKE, J.COLE AND THE WEEKND FACETIME FAN WHO DIED OF CANCER: Drake, J. Cole and The Weeknd FaceTimed a young fan named Elijah shortly before he passed away from cancer. Cole told Elijah, “It’s a pleasure to meet you, man,” I love you, dude.” Elijah was super shocked when The Weeknd called him. The singer told him, I’m so honored to be one of your favorite artists, buddy. Thank you.”
LINDSAY LOHAN CONFIRMS MUSIC COMEBACK WITH ‘I’M BACK’ TEASER: Lindsay Lohan has dropped a teaser on her social media platforms with the title, “I’m back! 👀” The video teaser features a variety of media clips and clips from Lindsay’s Instagram with reporters speaking in the background. At the very end you hear Lindsay’s voice saying “I’m back.” The teaser comes with a pre-save link to Lindsay’s new single, her first since singing a new joint record deal with Casablanca and Republic Records.
DARYL HALL’S ‘LIVE FROM DARYL’S HOUSE’ AIRING ON AXS TV THIS MONTH: Daryl Hall’s Live From Daryl’s House will begin airing AXS TV with 14 episodes of the series premiering on April 19th. Live From Daryl’s House kicks off its network debut with CeeLo Green, followed by Jason Mraz on April 26th; Chris Daughtry on May 3rd; Grace Potter on May 10th; Wyclef Jean May 17th; Darius Rucker on May 31st; Train on June 7th; Aloe Blacc on June 14th; Fitz & The Tantrums on June 21st; Gavin DeGraw on June 28th; Patrick Stump on July 12th; Elle King on July 19th; Rob Thomas on July 26th; and Neon Trees on August 2nd.
FOUNTAINS OF WAYNE’S ADAM SCHLESINGER ON A VENTILATOR BATTLING CORONAVIRUS: Adam Schlesinger, Fountains of Wayne frontman and songwriter for the show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, is hospitalized and on a ventilator while battling COVID-19. “He’s very sick and is heavily sedated, as are all people on ventilators, but no one has used the word ‘coma’ to me,” the 52-year-old entertainer’s lawyer said about the reports that he may be in a coma. Adam has reportedly been hospitalized for Coronavirus for over a week in upstate New York. Doctors are reportedly reluctant to make predictions about his condition because there are so many unknowns with this virus.