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Oprah’s partner Stedman is moving and more celeb updates

We’re now two weeks into our daily news coverage, keeping you up to date with all the latest news from your favorite royals and celebrities. We hope our readers are self-isolating and staying safe, and that we are doing our part to keep you entertained and informed. If you need to catch up, check yesterday’s news on coronavirus trendswith updates with big names like Kate Middleton, Enrique Iglesias and Bad Bunny, or keep reading for today’s latest news.

Oprah Winfrey revealed that his longtime partner Stedman Graham lives in the guest house as a measure of protection against coronavirus. The billionaire media mogul explained that she suffered from pneumonia at the end of last year, and Stedman has just returned from a trip to Chicago, which means the couple are extremely cautious about the self-isolation. “[He] was like, ‘What’s the procedure for getting home?’ And I was like, ‘You don’t come here and you don’t sleep in my bed,'” the talk show host said on Instagram live from their home in Santa Barbara. “It doesn’t work from this way…Social distancing doesn’t mean you can go sleep in a bed with someone after you leave American Airlines.” We can’t play those games.

Dominican designer Jenny Polanco has died after battling the coronavirus. She is the sixth person to succumb to the disease in the Caribbean nation.

Don’t let the closure of gyms and fitness centers keep you from staying physically and mentally strong. These home workouts will get you moving and staying fit in the comfort of your living room – no equipment required!

In efforts to promote self-quarantine, Kendall Jenner shared a throwback photo of her friends with the caption “I miss my friends. The sooner we quarantine, the sooner we can find our peoples.”

Instagram wants to make sure you have all your questions about COVID-19 answered. The social platform today announced that it will include more educational resources in Instagram search and add stickers to promote specific information.

Legendary saxophonist Manu Dibango died of Covid-19 in Paris. Manu rose to international fame with his 1972 song Soul Makossa.

Selena Gomez expands the family during social isolation. The Disney Channel alum took to her social media platform to introduce her followers to her new pup Daisy. “I know a few friends who are in foster care right now just to give the animals a safe place. But I couldn’t help myself,” Selena told fans during an IG Live.