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Jimmy Kimmel Tests Positive for COVID-19 Again, Reveals Two Guest Hosts to Fill in For Him

Jimmy Kimmel continues to test positive for COVID-19.

Earlier this month, the 54-year-old late-night talk show host announced that he was taking a break from hosting Jimmy Kimmel Live! after he tested positive for the virus.

On Tuesday (May 17), Jimmy revealed that he still has the virus in his system, and that two stars will be stepping in for him as guest hosts.

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Kelly Ripa Tests Positive for COVID-19, Shares Update on How She's Doing

Kelly Ripa is sharing some unfortunate news with fans.

The 51-year-old Live! with Kelly and Ryan co-host has tested positive for COVID-19 and it seems she is going to be missing some episodes of the talk show.

“Unfortunately i tested positive for covid-19 this weekend,” Kelly wrote in a statement on her Instagram Stories.

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'American Idol' 2022: Two Contestants Test Positive for COVID-19 Ahead of Top 7 Performances

It has just been announced that two of the American Idol contestants have tested positive for COVID-19.

At the beginning of the episode that aired on Sunday (May 8), host Ryan Seacrest announced that two contestants of this season’s Top 7 have tested positive for the virus. Despite not being able to perform on stage, the two contestants will still have their performances aired during the show.

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Amy Schumer Cancels Performance at Netflix is a Joke Festival After Testing Positive for COVID-19

Sad news for Amy Schumer fans.

Just hours ahead of her scheduled performance at the 2022 Netflix is a Joke Festival on Saturday (May 7), the 40-year-old comedian and actress revealed that she has tested positive for COVID-19.

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Jon Batiste Tests Positive for COVID-19 After Attending Met Gala 2022

Jon Batiste is currently battling COVID-19.

On Thursday (May 5), the 35-year-old Grammy winner announced that he and his team have tested positive for the virus, and would therefore will be postponing his upcoming American Symphony performance at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

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Vice President Kamala Harris Tests Positive For COVID-19

Kamala Harris has tested positive for COVID-19.

The 57-year-old Vice President of the United States’ office announced the news on Tuesday (April 26) in a statement.

“She has exhibited no symptoms, will isolate and continue to work from” her residence at the Naval Observatory,” a spokeswoman for VP Harris shared.

The statement continued, “”She will follow [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] guidelines and the advice of her physicians.”

The VP will plan to return to the White House once she was testing negative. She has previously had both of her COVID-19 vaccines and the booster shot.

VP Harris‘ diagnosis comes just a few weeks after her husband, Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff tested positive for the virus.

If you missed it, VP Harris just shared something fun with fans over social media. See what it was here..

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Unvaccinated Novak Djokovic Can Still Compete at Wimbledon 2022

Novak Djokovic is eligible to compete.

The 34-year-old tennis player, who has made headlines for refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine, will be eligible to compete at Wimbledon in June, tournament organizers revealed Tuesday (April 26) via People.

“The requirement set out by the government to enter the U.K. does not include mandatory vaccination. Therefore, while it is of course encouraged, it is not a condition of entry,” said Sally Bolton of All England Lawn Tennis Club.

The decision allows Novak to enter into the competition again, following his win over Italy’s Matteo Berrettini in the men’s singles final last year, earning his 20th Grand Slam title.

Wimbledon is set for June 27, and will end on July 10.

Novak Djokovic also just made headlines regarding his stance on Wimbledon’s response to the Russia-Ukraine conflict.