Ryan Seacrest Tests Negative for COVID After Missing 2 Days of Live with Kelly and Ryan – Ryan Seacrest has tested negative for COVID-19, a source tells PEOPLE. The Live with Kelly and Ryan co-host has been missing in action from the ABC syndicated morning talk show since Monday. The show announced Tuesday on Instagram that Seacrest, 45, was staying home until his results were in, sharing a behind-the-scenes video of Kelly Ripa by herself on set. According to the source, Seacrest “had a minimal cough, and out of precaution wanted to make sure he had a negative test before going back to Live, which he did.” “He will be back in the chair tomorrow,” the source adds. – Read more at People
Gabby Barrett’s pop remix of “I Hope” with Charlie Puth tops Adult Pop Songs chart – The song’s ascension to the top of the all-genre chart follows the original version of the song, which climbed to number one on both the Billboard Country Airplay and Hot Country Songs chart earlier this year, making Gabby the first female artist in country music since 2006 to have a number-one hit with her debut single. “I’m so grateful for this amazing achievement. ‘I Hope’ continues to do more than I ever imagined,” Gabby raves, thanking her husband Cade Foehner, who met as contestants on season 16 of American Idol, as well as her team and fans for their support. She also thanks Charlie, whom she credits for making the song “bigger.” “I’m so thankful for all of this and I don’t take an inch of it for granted! THANK YOU!” Gabby declares. – Read more at ABCNewsRadio
Alex Preston Graduates from College.
The American Idol season 12 alum announces on Twitter: “I got a bachelor’s degree!”
I got a bachelor’s degree! :)
— a l e x p r e s t o n (@RealAlexPreston) October 20, 2020
Adam Lambert & Queen Want YOU to be Part of their Fan Video
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— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) October 20, 2020
Bobby Bones Shares Details About New Children’s Book Inspired By His Dog, Stanley – Bobby Bones is bringing his beloved English Bulldog Stanley to life in a new children’s book. The multi-media personality just announced plans to release Stanley the Dog and His First Day of School via HarperCollins. Bones, who is already a two-time New York Times No.1 bestselling author, recently shared a few details about the forthcoming project exclusively with Country Now, revealing that the idea to release a children’s book initially came to him in 2016 around the time he and his comedy band, Bobby Bones and the Raging Idiots, released a children’s album. At first, Bones said “no one wanted it,” however after his books Bare Bones: I’m Not Lonely If You’re Reading This Book (2017) and Fail Until You Don’t: Fight Grind Repeat (2018) became best-sellers, the tables quickly turned. – Read more at Country Nowtwitte
Louis Tomlinson Sells Hollywood Hills Mansion for $6.4 Million — See Inside! – Louis Tomlinson has finally sold his Hollywood Hills mansion. After more than a year on and off the market, the former One Direction singer, 28, snagged $6.4 million for the 6,000-square-foot estate, Variety reported. He had originally listed it for $6.8 million. He bought the home for $7.3 million in 2016, according to Architectural Digest. Eric Lavey of Sotheby’s International Realty represented the listing. The property boasts four bedrooms and six baths, as well as a movie theater and mirrored wine cellar. There are ebony-stained hardwood floors throughout. Expansive windows, as well as retractable glass walls, offer views over the city of Los Angeles. – Read more at People