The programme featured pre-recorded clips of the presenters and footage from old episodes.
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Bob Geldof has criticised numerous politicians in a new interview, calling Donald Trump a “vulgar fool” and Vladimir Putin a “weak man”.The singer-songwriter was discussing world politics when he made the remarks, taking aim at everyone from Xi Jinping to Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
The Swedish presenter was loving having a new partner before coronavirus came along.
One to watch: Charlotte Dos Santos. The Brazilian-Norwegian singer-composer wants to heal listeners with her playful jazz and samba-infused soul
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One of his other sisters and co-star Eilish O'Carroll said he had got their sibling 'laughing and singing' before she sadly passed away.
Madonna has donated £1m to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, in order to help create a vaccine for coronavirus.Earlier this week, the Microsoft co-founder announced his plans to fund seven different research labs to find a cure for the disease.
The 'Good Morning Britain' team have sent their best wishes to their co-presenter and her family.
Elton John will be putting $1 million toward medication and treatment for people living with AIDS during the coronavirus pandemic.
The actress recorded a message from her home making a plea to the elderly to get to grips with social media.
Pink has announced she tested positive for coronavirus, in a post that criticises the US government’s handling of the crisis.The singer revealed on Instagram that her and her three-year-old son were suffering from Covid-19 symptoms, but have now recovered. She is making a $1m donation to relief efforts.