Photo credit: Getty Images Idris Elba posted a video on Twitter Monday saying that he tested positive for COVID-19. Photo credit: Getty Images Lucian Grange, longtime chairman and CEO of Universal Music Group, tested positive for COVID-19 and has been hospitalized at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles.
Photo credit: Getty Images Kristopher Hindu posted on Instagram Monday that he tested positive for COVID-19. Photo credit: Getty Images Rachel Matthews, the voice of Honeymoon in “Frozen II” and an actress known for “Looking for Alaska” and “Happy Death Day 2 You,” said in a series of posts on her Instagram story (via Page Six) that she tested positive for COVID-19.
Matthews described her symptoms over the course of a week in her posts and added that she found tests for the virus “INSANELY hard to come by.” Photo credit: Getty Images Actor Daniel DAE Kim announced on Instagram Thursday that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
Photo credit: Getty Images Colton Underwood, former star of “The Bachelor,” revealed in a Twitter video that despite being 28-years-old and healthy, he still tested positive for COVID-19. Photo credit: Getty Images Andy Cohen, host of “Watch What Happens Live” on Bravo, announced he tested positive on March 20.
Photo credit: Getty Images Actress Debt Mizar (“Good fellas,” “Younger”) announced on March 21 that she had tested positive for COVID-19. “Together we can fight this virus and stop the current worldwide crisis, so we can hopefully return to our normal daily lives very soon,” he wrote on Facebook.
Getty Images “Les Misérables” actor Aaron That announced he tested positive for COVID-19 in a lengthy Instagram post. Getty Images Harvey Weinstein has tested positive for the virus in prison, according to a report from the Niagara Gazette.
Getty Images “Game of Thrones” actress Indira Karma revealed she was sick with the virus last week. HBO Daytime Emmy Award winner Greg Richard (“The Young and the Restless”) announced on Instagram that he tested positive for COVID-19.
“Nice try coronavirus, but I have another 4-5 decades worth of experiences to have with these guys,” he wrote, referring to his husband and son. Getty Images Jackson Browne, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, also announced that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
Getty Images In a memo to staff Thursday, Universal CEO Jeff Shell revealed he had tested positive for COVID-19 and “improving every day.” Getty Images Mark Blum, who starred in “Desperately Seeking Susan” and “You,” died of COVID-19 complications on March 26.
Getty Images Houston rapper Scarface revealed in a livestream with Get Boys’ band mate Willie D. that he tested positive for COVID-19 after having symptoms that began with the lack of taste and smell. Getty Images Adam Schlesinger, the songwriter best known for his work with the rock band Fountains of Wayne and the TV show “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” has been hospitalized with COVID-19 symptoms.
Getty Images “Love Song” singer and Broadway star of the musical “Waitress” Sara Parallel revealed she had tested positive for the COVID-19 and is already feeling better, she said in an Instagram story Friday. Getty Images CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin tested positive for COVID-19 despite practicing social distancing.
Getty Images The singer and songwriter Marianne Faithful, who came to fame as part of the 1960s British Invasion with her single “As Tears Go By,” was hospitalized in London after testing positive for COVID-19, her reps told Rolling Stone. Getty Images “Fox & Friends” weekend host Jeremiah Bill said on Instagram that she has been recovering from her COVID-19 diagnosis while absent from the air.
Getty Images Kenny “Baby face” Edmonds told his Instagram followers on April 10, which is also his birthday, that he and his family tested positive for COVID-19 but have since recovered. Getty Images Country music singer Sturdily Simpson posted a photo on Instagram On April 11 of him lying on a hospital bed, wearing a face mask.
“After almost one month without any symptoms, I received a call from the Nashville CDC stating that my test resulted in a positive detection for Covid-19,” he wrote. Getty Images “Good Morning America” anchor George Stephanopoulos announced he tested positive for COVID-19 just a few days after his wife, Ali Wentworth, revealed her diagnosis.
Getty Images Broadway star Danny Burstein said in a video interview with “CBS This Morning” on April 21 that he had just been released from the hospital after a five-day stay. “60 Minutes” host Lesley Stahl revealed on-air on May 3 that she had been diagnosed with COVID-19 and had made a full recovery after being hospitalized.
Getty Images Legendary Auburn football coach Pat Dye is “very weak” after combating COVID-19 and other medical conditions, TMZ reported on May 21. Getty Images Former New York Knicks star and current Georgetown University coach Patrick Ewing announced on May 22 that he had tested positive for COVID-19.
Getty Images Ne era Tandem, who the president of the liberal think tank Center for American Progress and a frequent guest on “Real Time With Bill Maker,” MSNBC, CNN and Fox News, announced on Twitter on May 23 that she has COVID-19. Getty Images Andrea Bocelli revealed in a Facebook post that he and members of his family had tested positive for COVID-19.
Getty Images Longtime “Days of Our Lives” star Audi Evans was hospitalized with COVID-19 in May and nearly lost both of her legs, according to a Facebook post from her representative. 1 tennis player, announced he tested positive for COVID-19 June 23 after organizing and playing in the Adrian Cup tournament earlier this month with no social distancing guidelines.
Getty Images NBA player Malcolm Brandon announced on June 24 that he recently tested positive for COVID-19 and was in quarantine. Getty Images Herman Cain, the former CEO of Godfather's Pizza who sought the GOP nomination for the presidency in 2011, announced July 3 he had been hospitalized in Atlanta after testing positive for COVID-19.
Getty Images Kimberly Guilfoyle, the former Fox News personality and girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr., tested positive for COVID-19 on July 3. Guilfoyle, a top fundraiser for the president's re-election campaign, had planned to attend an event at South Dakota's Mount Rushmore.
Getty Images Model and reality TV star Shana Maker shared in an Instagram Stories post on July 2 that she had testified positive for COVID-19. Getty Images Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan tweeted a message to his fans on July 11, saying that he has tested positive for COVID-19 and had been hospitalized.
Getty Images Houston Rockets' star Russell Westbrook revealed July 13 that he tested positive shortly before the team traveled to Orlando for the NBA restart. Getty Images In a CBS telecast on July 19, legendary pro golfer Jack Nicklaus revealed that he and his wife both tested positive for COVID-19 early in the pandemic.
Getty Images Actor-director Mel Gibson disclosed in July that he came down with a bad case of COVID-19 back in April. Getty Images “Real Housewives of Orange County” star Shannon Bead or revealed in an Instagram post on July 24 that she and her three daughters tested positive for the coronavirus.
Getty Images In an interview with London-based website Capital Extra, rapper Dora Cat said she tested positive for COVID-19 -- just months after dismissing concerns about the pandemic (“It’s a flu! Getty Images In a July 30 Instagram post, Bryan Canton revealed he contracted a “mild” case of COVID-19 recently.
“Girls” creator and star Lena Dunham revealed in a July 31 post to Instagram that she was infected in March. “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Peter Thomas announced in an Instagram post on Aug. 2 that he tested positive for the coronavirus -- and blamed his fans for giving it to him.
Getty Images “Succession” star Brian Cox told late-night talk-show host James Borden on AUD. “The problem is that I had it around the same time as Tom Hanks, and I couldn’t say anything because he’s more famous than I am,” he said during a stand-up set, according to the New York Post.
Getty Images Dwayne Johnson shared in an Instagram video on Sept. 2 that he, his wife and two of his daughters tested positive for COVID-19. Getty “Guardians of the Galaxy” star Michael Booker said he finally tested negative after an “epic” battle with COVID-19.
Getty “The Big Bang Theory” and “Boys in the Band” star Jim Parsons revealed on “The Tonight Show” that he and husband Todd Speak both got COVID-19 back in March and completely lost his sense of taste and smell. Getty L.A. Dodgers player Justin Turner had to be pulled from Game 6 of the 2020 World Series on Oct. 27 after testing positive for COVID-19.
Getty Images NFL Hall of Fame quarterback and Broncos GM John Elway tested positive for COVID-19 on Nov. 3. Carson attended an election party the previous week with White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, who also tested positive last Wednesday -- along with five others in the Trump campaign/orbit.
Getty Images Country singer Lee Brice will miss the CMA Awards on Nov. 11 after testing positive for COVID-19. Getty Images “The Good Doctor” star Richard Schiff revealed he tested positive for COVID-19 on Election Day.
The Tony winner and 2020s Hasty Pudding Man of the Year wrote: “it was like an awful flu that lingered for 3 weeks or so. Getty Images Former “Real Housewives of Orange County” star Meghan King revealed she tested positive for the coronavirus in an Instagram story on Nov. 15.
Getty Images Bad Bunny, aka Benito Antonio Martinez Casio, revealed on Nov. 23 that he missed the previous night's American Music Awards performance after testing positive for COVID-19. Getty Images Gloria Stefan revealed on Dec. 2 that she was infected with COVID-19 despite rigorously following public health protocols.
Getty Images Fox Nation host Nancy Grace, her husband David, their twins 13-year-olds John and Lucy and her 88-year-old mother all tested positive for COVID-19. Getty Images Singer Ashanti postponed her planned “Versus” battle with Kasia Cole on Dec. 12 after testing positive for COVID-19.