D. L. Hughley Tests Positive For Covid-19 After Falling On Stage

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D.L. Hughley Battles Coronavirus

D.L. Hughley is now out of the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus.

The comic shared on social media that he will now stay in a hotel in Nashville as he recovers. The comedian collapsed on stage while performing standup.

Global Citizen Teams Up For Another Great Cause

As the virus continues to spread and set new records around the world, now Global Citizen is planning another event to raise awareness.

Unite For Our Future will call attention to the impact the virus is having on marginalized communities. It's also demanding governments make testing and a future vaccine available to the "less advantaged."

The event will be hosted by The Rock and will feature a huge lineup of performers including Chloe x Halle, Usher, Miley Cyrus and Coldplay. It will stream on various platforms, including NBC, this Saturday June 27th.

Lil Baby Hits Number One!

Speaking of music... big congrats to Lil Baby! His album My Turn is number one on the Billboard 200 chart. Lady Gaga's Chromatica is number two.

Stream Scoob On HBO Max

If you didn't want to shell out $20 to watch the new animated movie, Scoob, on VOD... now you don't have to!

This Friday, June 26th, the film will start streaming on HBO Max. Now, of course you will have to be an HBO Max subscriber or sign up for that free trial.

Scoob has an all-star voice cast that includes Gina Rodriguez, Zac Efron and Mark Wahlberg.

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