Harry Styles, former member of the British boy-band One Direction, released his latest album "Fine Line" in late 2019.
Idris Elba is one of the wealthier individuals in our society that got tested for coronavirus without having any symptoms of the virus.
Developing some sort of routine can help those who are feeling unmotivated or lost during this global pandemic. Routines can include time spent outside, hanging out with loved ones while practicing social distancing and more.
Although many may think that it's only the big names that are being hurt in Hollywood by coronavirus, others in the industry, like technicians and gaffers, are jobless because of the crisis.
In addition to his music work, the Weeknd also has a large following on Twitter. The star recently announced on the site that "a lot" of songs from "After Hours" will have music videos.
"Animal Crossing: New Horizons" was released amid the coronavirus global pandemic, and can be used to relieve stress and anxiety.
Donald Glover, also known as Childish Gambino, is an actor, comedian, producer, writer, singer, and DJ. Gambino's latest album came as a surprise to many, and was a project that took over two years.
"High School Musical" actress Vanessa Hudgens is facing backlash from people after an Instagram livestream last week. Some have argued that Hudgens' comments are insensitive, and the star has since apologized.
Italy is one of the countries in the world affected by coronavirus on a large scale. Italy is facing one of the highest death rates from coronavirus in the world.
Games like Club Penguin, pictured above, are some of the online games that millenial and Gen-Z folks played throughout their childhoods.
"Social distancing" and "flattening the curve" are phrases that have been used during our spring break, as the N.J. government encouraged self-quarantine measures.
Demarest Hall is one of the halls that remained open during spring break. While some students were self-isolating in their homes, some students remained on campus and in their dorms.
Sam Afflu is a graduate student who claims he will stop the coronavirus with his hand sanitizer.
Jennette McCurdy starred in popular Nickelodeon shows as Sam Puckett in iCarly and Sam & Cat.