Mason Disick Goes Live on Instagram

Prince Charles tested positive for coronavirus… Erykah Badu will hold a Quarantine Concert… Last-minute celebrity wedding… Kevin Hart & wife expecting… and Mason Disick goes live on Instagram

The Palace has announced that Prince Charles has tested positive for Coronavirus. In their official statement, we learned that Charles has “mild symptoms but otherwise remains in good health and has been working from home throughout the last few days as usual.” The palace said his wife Camilla has tested negative, but she’s self-isolating with Charles at their home in Scotland. Where did he get it? They don’t know. They said it’s impossible to figure that out because of all the engagements he had in recent weeks, including a visit with his mother. Yes, there is a chance that his 93-year-old mother Queen Elizabeth has been exposed. A palace spokesperson said they’re “following all the appropriate advice with regard to her welfare.”

Cardi B has been very vocal about Coronavirus on her Instagram. During a live session, she actually questioned if celebrities are actually getting paid to say they have it. Why? I’m not sure. But the days of celebrities doing free sing-alongs on social media may be coming to an end, if they follow the lead set by Erykah Badu. She charged her fans a dollar to watch her livestream a concert from her bedroom, surrounded by members of her band wearing surgical masks. She called it her “Quarantine Concert Series: Apocalypse One” and said the money will go to support her band, who can’t earn a living by touring right now. She said, “I got a house full of masked engineers, musicians, techs, who are all out of work…We have a few band members that’s stuck in other states…I called them earlier and told them today, y’all still on the payroll even though y’all not here.” She explained that artists rely on their live shows to earn a living. She said, “We’re not rich people. We just play rich people on TV. This is how we make our living and some of us only have one form of income and that’s shows. I wanted to create another revenue of income and you’re helping me do that in a big way.”

Australia’s prime minister announced some new lockdown rules during the Coronavirus pandemic, and one of those includes limiting weddings to five people — the couple getting married, the officiant, and two witnesses. Just hours before the lockdown went into effect, Bindi Irwin married Chandler Powell inside the Australia Zoo. Was this in response to the new rule or was this date always the plan? We don’t know for sure. We also haven’t seen any official wedding photos yet, but we assume Bindi’s brother Robert walked her down the aisle. It’s hard to believe, but it’s been almost 4 years since their father, Steve Irwin, died after his heart was pierced by the barb of a stingray.

Kevin and Eniko Hart have announced they’re expecting another baby. She posted a really pretty side shot of her growing belly and captioned it, “baby #2 (heart emoji) in the midst of all of this we’re counting our blessing and couldn’t be more grateful! (baby emoji) soon to be a family of 6! (smiley face/happy hands emoji) #glowingandgrowing.” Kevin and Eniko also share 2-year-old Kenzo Kash. He has two children from a previous marriage, 15-year-old Heaven and 12-year-old Hendrix.

For a hot minute, Mason Disick was an Instagram star. Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick’s oldest son posted a handful of photos and went Instagram Live, which is where things went wrong. When some asked 10-year-old Mason if his aunt Kylie and Travis Scott were back together, Mason answered, “No, Kylie and Travis are not back together.” Before anyone could get anymore good dirt, Mason’s account was deactivated. Twitter believes Grandma Kris Jenner had something to do with that!

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