CLEVELAND — D.L. Hughley tests positive for COVID-19, Beyonce celebrates Juneteenth, what two of the 'Friends' cast members had to say about the HBO Max reunion, and Disney Plus gives a first look at 'Hamilton: An American Musical.' These are the top headlines around Hollywood.
Comedian D.L. Hughley is resting up today after passing out during a set at Zanie's Comedy Club in Nashville.
Hughley was admitted into the hospital with severe exhaustion and dehydration but was shocked to find out that he tested positive for COVID-19.
In a video shared on Twitter, Hughley said he hadn't experienced any of the typical Coronavirus symptoms and he thanked fans for their well wishes and concerns.
Glad to hear he's doing okay.
Sharing is caring when it comes to Beyonce.
The singer and icon celebrated Juneteenth by releasing a new song, 'Black Parade.'
The song is all about black people, black culture, and black history.
'Queen Bey' didn't stop there, on Monday morning she released a list of Black -owned businesses for her followers to support.
Beyonce has been increasingly vocal in the past few weeks about racial injustice in the United States following the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks, and George Floyd.
Lisa Kudrow and Jennifer Aniston are getting ready for the new HBO Max in a new interview with Variety.
The former 'Friends' discussed everything from their careers to their personal lives and the discussion quickly turned to the upcoming unscripted 'Friends' special.
The ladies said that they have almost no idea how the show is going to go and they aren't even sure when it's happening at this point. 'Friends' co-creator Marta Kaufman said last week that they plan to film in August.
The one thing they are sure of? They will not be in character.
Although, both Aniston and Kudrow said that they have 'little fragments' of their characters within them.
Hey, we will take whatever they're willing to give us.
And while we may have to wait a little longer for the 'Friends' reunion, we are just days away from 'Hamilton: An American Musical' making it's way onto Disney+.
Disney+ released its first look at the film on Sunday night, and it has fans excited.
The recorded stage performance, which Disney reportedly paid $75 million for the rights to, will hit the streaming app on July 3.
The one-minute trailer gives a look into the best moments that the show has to offer, and trust us when we say, you are going to be satisfied.