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Trey Songz says he’s tested positive for the coronavirus and ‘will be self-quarantining’

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Trey Songz says he’s tested positive for the coronavirus.

The 35-year-old Virginia native took to Instagram with clip on Monday explaining how he recently tested positive after getting tested throughout the pandemic.

‘I’ve taken many tests as I’ve been out protesting, food drives,’ he said. ‘Of course, I have a very young son at home so I get tested periodically and this time unfortunately it came back positive.’

The latest: Trey Songz, 35, took to Instagram with clip on Monday explaining how he recently tested positive for coronavirus and 'will be taking it seriously' and 'self-quarantining' until he comes up negative

The latest: Trey Songz, 35, took to Instagram with clip on Monday explaining how he recently tested positive for coronavirus and 'will be taking it seriously' and 'self-quarantining' until he comes up negative

The latest: Trey Songz, 35, took to Instagram with clip on Monday explaining how he recently tested positive for coronavirus and ‘will be taking it seriously’ and ‘self-quarantining’ until he comes up negative

The Bottoms Up rapper said he ‘will be taking it seriously’ and ‘self-quarantining … until I see a negative sign.’

The Slow Motion artist noted that 7.5 million Americans have contracted the virus, and that ‘one out of 1000 Black people have died from it.’

Songz added, ‘My grandfather passed away early this year and while it wasn’t said that it was COVID, I do believe it was; so, I’ve always taken it serious.’

He advised his fans, ‘If you come in contact with COVID, please do the same, please do the same – don’t be like the president.’

Sad: Songz said, 'My grandfather passed away early this year and while it wasn’t said that it was COVID, I do believe it was; so, I’ve always taken it serious'

Sad: Songz said, 'My grandfather passed away early this year and while it wasn’t said that it was COVID, I do believe it was; so, I’ve always taken it serious'

Sad: Songz said, ‘My grandfather passed away early this year and while it wasn’t said that it was COVID, I do believe it was; so, I’ve always taken it serious’

Spreading awareness: The Slow Motion artist noted that 7.5 million Americans have contracted the virus, and that 'one out of 1000 Black people have died from it'

Spreading awareness: The Slow Motion artist noted that 7.5 million Americans have contracted the virus, and that 'one out of 1000 Black people have died from it'

Spreading awareness: The Slow Motion artist noted that 7.5 million Americans have contracted the virus, and that ‘one out of 1000 Black people have died from it’

Songz thanked his fans 'in advance for [their] support and love' amid the tough time

Songz thanked his fans 'in advance for [their] support and love' amid the tough time

Songz thanked his fans ‘in advance for [their] support and love’ amid the tough time

The reference to President Donald Trump came after he tweeted ‘Don’t be afraid of Covid’ after his release from Walter Reed Medical Center Monday after he said he tested positive on Thursday and was hospitalized Friday.

The rap artist, whose full name is Tremaine Aldon Neverson, urged his followers to practice proper hygiene and social distancing in the caption of the clip.

‘Stay safe y’all!’ Songz said. ‘Wear your mask. Wash your hands.’

At the end of his clip, Songz thanked his fans ‘in advance for [their] support and love.’

As of Monday, on a global level, 1,043,045 people have died amid 35,414,071 positive diagnoses worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University. The death total for COVID-19 in the U.S. was at 210,176 people, with 7,457,263 total positive diagnoses.

Songz advised his fans, 'If you come in contact with COVID, please do the same, please do the same - don’t be like the president'

Songz advised his fans, 'If you come in contact with COVID, please do the same, please do the same - don’t be like the president'

Songz advised his fans, ‘If you come in contact with COVID, please do the same, please do the same – don’t be like the president’

The rap artist, whose full name is Tremaine Aldon Neverson, urged his followers to practice proper hygiene and social distancing amid the ongoing pandemic

The rap artist, whose full name is Tremaine Aldon Neverson, urged his followers to practice proper hygiene and social distancing amid the ongoing pandemic

The rap artist, whose full name is Tremaine Aldon Neverson, urged his followers to practice proper hygiene and social distancing amid the ongoing pandemic 

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Chadwick Boseman’s brother marks two-years cancer-free… two months after the star’s death 

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Chadwick Boseman‘s brother Kevin has revealed he previously fought his own battle with cancer, two months after the death of the Black Panther star.

Kevin Boseman, 48, took to Instagram to mark two-years of being in remission earlier this month, according to The Shade Room, sharing: ‘Today marks my official two-year remission anniversary. October 14, 2020.’ 

The celebration was bittersweet for Mr. Boseman, whose actor brother Chadwick died in late August at age 43 after combating colon cancer privately for four years.

Celebrating life: Chadwick Boseman's older brother Kevin revealed he had overcome his own cancer struggle, celebrating two-years in remission earlier this month. It was less than two-months ago that the Black Panther star died of colon cancer. Kevin and Chadwick arae seen in 2018 above

Celebrating life: Chadwick Boseman's older brother Kevin revealed he had overcome his own cancer struggle, celebrating two-years in remission earlier this month. It was less than two-months ago that the Black Panther star died of colon cancer. Kevin and Chadwick arae seen in 2018 above

Celebrating life: Chadwick Boseman’s older brother Kevin revealed he had overcome his own cancer struggle, celebrating two-years in remission earlier this month. It was less than two-months ago that the Black Panther star died of colon cancer. Kevin and Chadwick arae seen in 2018 above

Revelations about Kevin’s own health struggles were news to many.

But the elder Boseman took an optimistic tone, sharing: ‘I was diagnosed with cancer in 2018 and underwent four rounds of chemotherapy. 

‘I’m in remission!!!!! You read right. I am in remission,’ he went on.

Kevin, a choreographer/dancer and singer/actor who is based in New York, said that he revealed his health triumph ‘because while it’s been a year of profound loss and tragedy for so many of us, this is good news.’

‘Something to smile about. Something to shout about,’ he continued. ‘I hope you’re smiling and shouting with me. Cancer is something most of us have no control over. We can only control our responses to it, which includes being proactive about our healthcare both physically and mental.’

He added: ‘Tomorrow is not promised and early detection saves lives. Health is wealth. True wealth.’ 

RIP: Chadwick died in late August at age 43. He's seen in 2013 above

RIP: Chadwick died in late August at age 43. He's seen in 2013 above

RIP: Chadwick died in late August at age 43. He’s seen in 2013 above

Bright spot: Kevin, a choreographer/dancer and singer/actor who is based in New York, said that he revealed his health triumph 'because while it's been a year of profound loss and tragedy for so many of us, this is good news'

Bright spot: Kevin, a choreographer/dancer and singer/actor who is based in New York, said that he revealed his health triumph 'because while it's been a year of profound loss and tragedy for so many of us, this is good news'

Bright spot: Kevin, a choreographer/dancer and singer/actor who is based in New York, said that he revealed his health triumph ‘because while it’s been a year of profound loss and tragedy for so many of us, this is good news’

It was just less than two-months ago that brother Chadwick lost his life to colon cancer.

Kevin talked about his last moments with the actor during a conversation with brother Pastor Derrick Boseman and The New York Times earlier this month. 

‘Man, I’m in the fourth quarter and I need you to get me out of the game,’ Derrick recalled Chadwick saying. ‘When he told me that, I changed my prayer from, “God, heal him, God, save him,” to “God, let your will be done.” And the next day, he passed away.’

‘A lot of people think making it means becoming an A-list movie star. I didn’t force that. I just knew that if Chad wanted to work in the arts, he would find a way and take care of himself,’ he went on.

Every day counts: He added 'Tomorrow is not promised and early detection saves lives. Health is wealth. True wealth'

Every day counts: He added 'Tomorrow is not promised and early detection saves lives. Health is wealth. True wealth'

Every day counts: He added ‘Tomorrow is not promised and early detection saves lives. Health is wealth. True wealth’

Representatives for the star used his social media to share the tragic news back in August, writing: ‘It is with immeasurable grief that we confirm the passing of Chadwick Boseman.’

‘⁣Chadwick was diagnosed with stage III colon cancer in 2016, and battled with it these last 4 years as it progressed to stage IV.’

‘A true fighter, Chadwick persevered through it all and brought you many of the films you have come to love so much. From Marshall to Da 5 Bloods, August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and several more, all were filmed during and between countless surgeries and chemotherapy.’ 

Boseman’s legacy is far from over though.

Netflix will release his final film, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, December 18th and they are already planning an awards season campaign for the star, according to Variety.

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom starts streaming on December 18th. It will also screen in select theaters in November.       

Road to gold: Netflix has announced it will be campaigning for Chadwick as a lead actor this awards season following his role in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

Road to gold: Netflix has announced it will be campaigning for Chadwick as a lead actor this awards season following his role in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom

Road to gold: Netflix has announced it will be campaigning for Chadwick as a lead actor this awards season following his role in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

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Selena Gomez reveals 2020 US Election will be her first time voting

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Selena Gomez has revealed 2020 will be her first time voting. 

‘Honestly, I’m not ashamed to say this, but… I’m kind of… This was my first time,’ the actress/singer, 28, said during a virtual Voting Power Hour event.

Selena also explained why she feels her vote matters now more than ever.

First timer: Selena Gomez revealed that 2020 will be her first time voting during an appearance on Voting Power Hour

First timer: Selena Gomez revealed that 2020 will be her first time voting during an appearance on Voting Power Hour

First timer: Selena Gomez revealed that 2020 will be her first time voting during an appearance on Voting Power Hour 

Honestly opening up about how she overcome thinking her vote didn’t matter, she said: ‘I’m going to say that, because I’ve never felt — and this is so true, and I’m now admitting it to people — like my vote counts. Every vote counts. Some people get in their head, and they’re like, “Oh, well what does it matter?”‘ 

‘My main focus has been this right now,’ Selena continued, talking about getting out the vote.

‘You can tell on my social media and everything, obviously, I’m super invested in this right now. It’s been good. I feel hopeful.’

She did not, however, endorse a candidate. 

No shame: 'Honestly, I'm not ashamed to say this, but… I'm kind of… This was my first time,' the actress/singer, 28, said

No shame: 'Honestly, I'm not ashamed to say this, but… I'm kind of… This was my first time,' the actress/singer, 28, said

No shame: ‘Honestly, I’m not ashamed to say this, but… I’m kind of… This was my first time,’ the actress/singer, 28, said

It matters: Honestly opening up about how she overcome thinking her vote didn't matter, she said: 'I'm going to say that, because I've never felt... like my vote counts. Every vote counts. Some people get in their head, and they're like, "Oh, well what does it matter?"'

It matters: Honestly opening up about how she overcome thinking her vote didn't matter, she said: 'I'm going to say that, because I've never felt... like my vote counts. Every vote counts. Some people get in their head, and they're like, "Oh, well what does it matter?"'

It matters: Honestly opening up about how she overcome thinking her vote didn’t matter, she said: ‘I’m going to say that, because I’ve never felt… like my vote counts. Every vote counts. Some people get in their head, and they’re like, “Oh, well what does it matter?”‘

A+ effort: 'My main focus has been this right now,' Selena continued, talking about getting out the vote

A+ effort: 'My main focus has been this right now,' Selena continued, talking about getting out the vote

A+ effort: ‘My main focus has been this right now,’ Selena continued, talking about getting out the vote

Last week Selena shared some Instagram snapshots celebrating that first time voting.

The glowing former Disney star had her ‘I voted’ sticker stuck on a tank top and she captioned the photo saying: ‘Just finished filling out my ballot!’

Selena has been making voter participation a priority. 

She’s currently serving as a co-chair for Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote initiative and also recently narrated an episode of Netflix’s Whose Vote Counts Explained series.

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Ballot box: Last week Selena shared some Instagram snapshots celebrating that first time voting

Ballot box: Last week Selena shared some Instagram snapshots celebrating that first time voting

Ballot box: Last week Selena shared some Instagram snapshots celebrating that first time voting

While the official election isn’t until November 3rd, many organizations are urging citizens to vote early, either by mail or in-person.

Already, at least 66million people have voted ahead of time, according to the U.S. Elections Project.

Eligible US voters can find specific information about their state’s election deadlines, dates, and rules at the non-partisan Vote.org.  

Unprecedented: Already, at least 66million people have voted ahead of time. Above New Yorkers are seen waiting to cast their ballots in Garden City, New York

Unprecedented: Already, at least 66million people have voted ahead of time. Above New Yorkers are seen waiting to cast their ballots in Garden City, New York

Unprecedented: Already, at least 66million people have voted ahead of time. Above New Yorkers are seen waiting to cast their ballots in Garden City, New York

Making her voice heard! Alicia Silverstone was among the stars voting by mail on Tuesday

Making her voice heard! Alicia Silverstone was among the stars voting by mail on Tuesday

Making her voice heard! Alicia Silverstone was among the stars voting by mail on Tuesday

She submitted her ballot! Hayden Panettiere proudly brandished an 'I Voted' sticker on Tuesday

She submitted her ballot! Hayden Panettiere proudly brandished an 'I Voted' sticker on Tuesday

She submitted her ballot! Hayden Panettiere proudly brandished an ‘I Voted’ sticker on Tuesday

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Bachelor star’s cosmetic nightmare: Monique Morley reveals ‘awful’ procedures

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The Bachelor‘s Monique Morley has spent an estimated $25,000 on cosmetic procedures, including a breast enlargement.

And on Tuesday, the 26-year-old lingerie designer revealed that not all of her procedures went according to plan.

In an interview with The Wash, the reality star explained there are two ‘awful’ procedures she regrets having done.

Regrets: On Tuesday, The Bachelor's Monique Morley (pictured) revealed that not all of her cosmetic procedures went according to plan

Regrets: On Tuesday, The Bachelor's Monique Morley (pictured) revealed that not all of her cosmetic procedures went according to plan

Regrets: On Tuesday, The Bachelor’s Monique Morley (pictured) revealed that not all of her cosmetic procedures went according to plan

‘My lips. Oh my god it was awful! Thank god I have naturally big lips. Not sure what I was thinking making them bigger!’ she told the gossip website. 

‘I’ve also had dodgy Botox and my brows went droopy for two months! Awkward.’  

Despite her bad experience, Monique admitted that she still gets Botox injections every ‘two to three months’, but has had her filler ‘all dissolved’. 

Changes: In an interview with The Wash, the reality star explained there are two 'awful' procedures she regrets having done: 'dodgy' Botox injections and excessive lip filler

Changes: In an interview with The Wash, the reality star explained there are two 'awful' procedures she regrets having done: 'dodgy' Botox injections and excessive lip filler

Changes: In an interview with The Wash, the reality star explained there are two ‘awful’ procedures she regrets having done: ‘dodgy’ Botox injections and excessive lip filler

‘In the past, I have had filler in my tear ducts to reduce the bags, and [in my] smile lines. Years ago, I had my lips done. However, they’ve all been dissolved. I prefer to stay more natural now,’ she added.

Of course, the procedures don’t come cheap, with Monique having spent about $25,000 on them in the past.

Her most expensive procedure is her breast enlargement, which she underwent at a private clinic in Sydney for the price of $15,000.

Transformed: Monique has spent an estimated $25,000 on cosmetic procedures, including a breast enlargement, lip filler and Botox. Pictured in 2013

Transformed: Monique has spent an estimated $25,000 on cosmetic procedures, including a breast enlargement, lip filler and Botox. Pictured in 2013

Monique is pictured in 2019, the same year she was a contestant on Matt Agnew's season of The Bachelor

Monique is pictured in 2019, the same year she was a contestant on Matt Agnew's season of The Bachelor

Transformed: Monique has spent an estimated $25,000 on cosmetic procedures, including a breast enlargement, lip filler and Botox. Pictured left: in 2013, and right: in 2019 

Last year, Monique defended her love of cosmetic enhancements, saying that Botox injections and dermal fillers are a necessary expense.

‘I don’t think its any different to spending a lot on shoes or clothes or wearing makeup,’ the former mine worker said.

‘But the key is not to overdo it so it looks as natural as possible.’ 

Defence: Last year, the lingerie designer defended her love of cosmetic enhancements, saying that Botox injections and dermal fillers are a necessary expense

Defence: Last year, the lingerie designer defended her love of cosmetic enhancements, saying that Botox injections and dermal fillers are a necessary expense

Defence: Last year, the lingerie designer defended her love of cosmetic enhancements, saying that Botox injections and dermal fillers are a necessary expense

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