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Weekly Entertainment News Wrap: The Brave and The Helpers

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GMA anchor tests positive for COVID-19, a possible new ending for Empire, and a Walking Dead star set to host a new show– here’s all the entertainment news and gossip you missed over the last week from Hollywood.

Entertainment News – Helping Children

Fuller House star John Stamos is bringing attention to a serious issue during the coronavirus pandemic. The actor is a spokesperson for the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline and posted a video with a personal message.

Goldie Hawn has some thoughts on how to help kids cope during the coronavirus. Her recommendations are simple, brain breaks and meditation, which she believes have a positive effect on our neurobiology.

Stop the Bullying
Sam Heughan (Jamie, Outlander) has been taking lots of heat from a group of overzealous individuals, and he’s tired of it. Now he’s speaking out on the bullying he’s experienced.

Testing Positive
Two weeks after his wife, Ali Wentworth, tested positive for the coronavirus, Good Morning America anchor George Stephanopoulos did. You can read the details here.

Another Empire Ending?

Empire’s final episode is set to air next week after the show was forced to shut down production due to the coronavirus. However, executive producers Lee Daniels and Danny Strong released statements that revealed there’s a chance they might get to film the ending they originally had planned for the FOX drama.

Loss of A Legend
Brian Dennehy, who won a Golden Globe for his role as Willie Loman in Death of a Salesman, passed away. The legendary actor was 81.

Look Who’s Talking
The Walking Dead’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan has a brand new gig. The actor and his wife, Hilarie Burton, have been tapped to host Friday Night In with The Morgans on AMC, a weekly video-chat series.

Songs and Roses
The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart, a reality show that combines love and music, bowed on Monday. Entertainment Hub spoke to executive producer Bennett Graebner, who revealed what viewers can expect to see on The Bachelor spinoff.

Remembering Faye

Leslie Jordan, beloved as Beverly Leslie on Will & Grace, once appeared on the sitcom, It Had to Be You, with Faye Dunaway. And he’s talking all about the experience.

Birthday Girls
Social-distancing prevented pals Sarah Michelle Gellar and Shannen Doherty from getting together to celebrate their birthdays in person. But they found a special way to celebrate, nonetheless.

Making the List
Sure it’s a show about a zombie apocalypse, but The Walking Dead has had its share of romances over the past 10 seasons. Here is our list of the top five.

Justin Hartley, who plays Kevin Pearson on NBC’s This Is Us, is speaking out about the show’s wild and wonderful fourth season. Check out his top 10 Kevin moments.

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