People all around the globe idolize American celebrities like Tom Hanks, Kylie Jenner, Dwayne Johnson, Tom Cruise, and Angelina Jolie. There is much to love about American celebrities. A happy-go-lucky attitude, luxurious lifestyle, and lavish wardrobe are only a few qualities of Hollywood’s finest. Fans all over the world look up to celebrities, especially those in Hollywood, California. To help fans overcome one of the most difficult life’s challenges, some American celebrities have gone public about their COVID-19 diagnosis. Below, you will discover a list of the celebrities who claimed they received coronavirus diagnosis.
Dwayne Johnson, most notable for his role as a professional wrestler for the organization WWE. Johnson, better known as “The Rock” among fans went public to tell the world he was previously diagnosed with the coronavirus. The 48-year-old actor, bodybuilder, professional wrestler, father, and husband told a mainstream media source that medical professionals diagnosed him with COVID-19. Johnson described his condition as a “kick in the gut.”
Robert Pattison is most notable for his role in the Twilight series. Pattison recently went public about his coronavirus diagnosis. The 34-year-old British actor previously told fans he would be appearing in ‘The Batman’ movie. According to mainstream media sources, Warner Bros. verified Pattison’s COVID-19 diagnosis.
Along with Pattison, a production team member working on ‘The Batman’ movie was also diagnosed with the virus, forcing Warner Bros. to postpone production until an undisclosed date.
60-year-old Antonio Banderas told a new source he received a COVID-19 diagnosis in August 2020. Banderas is most known for his role in the 1996 ‘The Mask of Zorro.’ In one of his most recent roles, Banderas starred alongside Penelope Cruz, Asier Etxeandia, Leonardo Sbaraglia, and Julieta Serrano as movie director ‘Salvador Mallo.’ The role earned Banderas two award nominations.
In the public announcement, Banderas did not mention anything about getting tested or isolating. He did admit to feeling weak but appeared optimistic about his condition.
Unlike other celebrities, Banderas did not talk about his isolation activities. But, many of his fans have admitted to playing puzzles, kasyna online, and other video games.
A member of Prince Charles’s office told a news source he had been diagnosed with the coronavirus. The 72-year-old Prince of Wales has spent a big portion of his life raising money for his charitable organizations.
The source claimed he had been in isolation since he received his positive coronavirus test. The heir of the British throne is expected to recover without any complications, according to the source.
While the Prince had tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, his 72-year-old wife ‘Camilla’ remained negative throughout the ordeal.
Celebrities and government officials have joined forces to encourage Americans to stay optimistic during these trying times. Staying entertained by playing sloty online and other games will help take your mind off of the coronavirus.
Chris Cuomo is one of the first members of New York’s elite class to reveal his coronavirus diagnosis. The brother of Andrew Cuomo, New York Governor, made his positive COVID-19 announcement in March 2020. He also revealed his 50-year-old wife ‘Cristina’ received the same diagnosis.
Cuomo reportedly suffered the common symptoms – chills, shortness of breath, and fever – as other coronavirus victims. He denied having any significant changes in his sense of smell or taste. However, he reportedly dropped 13 pounds due to his diagnosis.
One of Hollywood’s finest actors ‘Tom Hanks’ opened up about his coronavirus diagnosis in December 2020. Hanks claimed he was visiting Australia when he tested positive for the virus. The 63-year-old American actor was not alone, as his wife of the same age was also diagnosed with the coronavirus.
Hanks has many notable roles, including as Michael Sullivan, Sr. in ‘Road to Perdition’; Mailbox Elvis in ‘Elvis Has Left the Building’’ Professor Robert Langdon in ‘The Da Vinci Code’; and Forrest Gump in the movie ‘Forrest Gump.”
As the United States faces its worst nightmares, Hollywood celebrities ban together to encourage their fans to keep their heads held high. With millions of workers on unemployment and thousands more permanently laid off, many people are finding it difficult to be optimistic. Fortunately, the CDC has announced a reduction in recent new coronavirus cases.