Camila Cabello is “heartbroken” and apologizes to fans after deciding to postpone her The Romance tour. “I think it’s the responsible thing to do,” she wrote on social media. “To all of you who are going through a difficult time right now, I am sending much love and light to your journey, remember to be gentle, loving and kind to yourself, let’s be compassionate and take care of us and each other. When the danger is over, all this love that we give birth to will heal us.
Fortunately, her boyfriend Shawn Mendes is there to comfort her, as evidenced by these photos.
Lin-Manuel Miranda paid tribute to playwright Terrence McNally, who died Tuesday at age 81 from complications related to the coronavirus. “Heartbroken at the loss of Terrence McNally, a giant of our world, who has straddled plays and musicals,” Lin-Manuel wrote on social media. “Grateful for his amazing work and unwavering kindness.” The Broadway legend was behind hits such as Ragtime, Kiss of the Spider Woman and The full Monty.
Meanwhile, the big-screen version of Lin-Manuel’s hit musical, In the heights, have been reported. Originally slated for a June 26 release, the film is now delayed until further notice.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has donated $1 million to the Frontline Responders Fund, intended to provide vital medical supplies during the coronavirus crisis. “I never thought I could sit on the couch and complain about the gravity of things; I’ve always thought we should all do our part to make things better,” he wrote in the caption, including the campaign’s GoFundMe link.
We want Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard as owners. The couple, who own a number of apartment buildings in Los Angeles, recognize that the coronavirus is hitting people financially and, People reports, are waiving rent for their tenants in April.
Kudos to Ryan Reynolds, which donates 30% of proceeds from online bottle sales of its Aviation Gin brand to the United States Bartender’s Guild to help out-of-work bartenders.