Celebrities you have associated with the epidemic

The pandemic has become a major part of our adult lives.

In a way, there are some popular culture icons that come to mind when we think of the past few years. Here are 8 celebrities I think of when I talk about the pandemic.



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Madonna has never been one to shy away from controversies and it’s no wonder she has had some strong statements about the pandemic. Although some of these will not age well. In March 2020, in a video posted to her Instagram and Twitter page she called COVID-19 “the great equalizer”. An insanely wealthy celebrity posts that from the comfort of her home he was not well received by her fans. Later, she faced the outrage of netizens when she reposted a video of a doctor spreading misinformation. She called the doctor a “hero,” and Instagram has tagged the story with a content warning due to false information. Both posts were subsequently deleted.


Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson

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Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson were among the first celebrities to contract coronavirus. On March 11, 2020, Hanks subscriber They both tested positive for the virus while preparing to shoot Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis Presley biopic in Australia. Later, in an episode of Wait wait… don’t tell me!, It was announced that they both volunteered to donate blood and plasma for the COVID-19 vaccine.


DJD Nice

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During the early days of the pandemic, DJ D-Nice started “Club Quarantine,” a series of daily virtual parties on Instagram Live that brought people together during stay-at-home periods. “Club Quarantine” began on March 19, 2020, with an attendance of 250 people, and quickly grew to an audience of over 100,000, including Rihanna, Overture, and Michelle Obama.


Ellen DeGeneres

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According to anonymous sources citing diverse, Staff Elaine They kept informed of their working hours and wages. Finally, when they received an official tip, they were told to expect a 60% pay cut despite the show being aired. “Be nice” this nonsense only happens when the cameras are on. Everything is for show. “I know they give people money and help them, but it’s for the show,” a former employee told BuzzFeed News.


Daniel Dae Kim

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On March 19, 2020, Daniel Dae Kim took to Instagram and posted a 10-minute video about his experience getting tested for the virus. In the video, he used his platform to raise his voice against the anti-Asian hatred that has emerged during the pandemic. He urged viewers to “Please, stop the prejudice and senseless violence against the Asian people.” “Yes, I’m Asian, and yes, I have coronavirus. But I didn’t get it from China. I got it in America, in New York City. And despite what some political leaders like to call it, I don’t mind where it is is just as important. About sick and dying people. If I did, I’d call this thing the New York virus. But that would be ridiculous, wouldn’t it?”


lady gaga

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During the pandemic, Lady Gaga sponsored the One World: Together At Home concert organized by Global Citizen of New York in support of the World Health Organization. This global special broadcast helped raise $128 million for health workers on the front lines. “I feel so proud to be part of the World Health Organization and a global citizen in the fight against COVID-19 and raising money for the Solidarity Response Fund. I care so much about all the medical workers who put their lives at risk for us right now. I think of them every day, I pray for them every day, and I think of you too. All of us at home, who are wondering when this will all be different,” Gaga said during the broadcast.


Chris Cuomo

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Former CNN anchor, Chris Cuomo is a prominent public face of the pandemic thanks to his show prime como time, and jokingly-filled interviews with his brother and New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo. However, Chris lost his job after it was revealed that he used his media sources and credentials to help with his brother’s sexual harassment allegations.


Evangeline Lilly

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In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Lilly posted on Instagram saying she dropped her kids off at gymnastics camp, which she described as “business as usual,” despite her orders to social distance and limit the spread of the coronavirus. And when fans left comments criticizing her for ignoring experts’ recommendations, she defended herself, saying that some people value their freedom and call the virus “respiratory flu.” Later, she released another post apologizing for her actions and informing fans that she is already practicing social distancing.