Coronavirus

Live Nation, AEG, and Others Suspend Major Music Tours Over Coronavirus Concerns

Live Nation, AEG and the biggest agencies they work with have suspended tours for the rest of March. Top executives from CAA, WME, Paradigm and UTA have come together with the promoters to create a task force to figure out the best way to proceed.
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NCAA Basketball Tournaments Canceled In Response to Coronavirus Outbreak

The spreading coronavirus pandemic prompted the cancellation of the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments on Thursday, a day after the NCAA said the events would carry on without spectators.
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Betty White Confirms She ‘Is Fine’ Amid Coronavirus Concerns

A rep for Betty White was forced to comment on the television icon’s health after people began inquiring about the Golden Girls star amid the coronavirus outbreak
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Postponed Due to Coronavirus

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland has postponed this year’s induction ceremony, which was supposed to take place May 2nd in the city. President Joel Peresman said the decision was disappointing but necessary.
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NBA Season Suspended Likely At Least 30 Days After Positive Coronavirus Tests

A Utah Jazz player received a preliminary positive test for coronavirus and the NBA has decided it will suspend the season until further notice.
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'Fast and Furious 9' Release Pushed Back to 2021 Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

The “Fast and the Furious” franchise is the latest production to suffer a setback following the novel coronavirus outbreak. The ninth installment pushed back its release a year to 2021. Read more and find out when it’ll be in theaters.
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Poll: Should Americans Skip Going to the Movies Because of Coronavirus?

As the entertainment industry reacts to the coronavirus, some are calling for movie theaters to temporarily close to help lower the spread of the illness. Do you think Americans should skip the movies because of the coronavirus? Take our poll!
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3,500 Smurfs Gather to Break World Record Despite Coronavirus Outbreak

Amid the coronavirus outbreak, thousands of people in France donned blue body paint and white hats in order to break the world record for largest gathering of Smurfs. The gathering occurred one day before France banned large assemblies of people.
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Howie Mandel Wears Hazmat Suit on Set of 'America's Got Talent'

During a live taping of “America’s Got Talent,” Howie Mandel arrived on set wearing a hazmat suit and gas mask. The 64-year-old also wore a pair of orange gloves and had a baseball cap, which he carried in his hands.
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Postmates and Instacart Offering No-Contact Deliveries Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Food delivery services like Postmates and GrubHub are giving customers the option to have “no-contact” with their drivers when receiving their orders in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
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