1. Tom Brady’s TB12 brand launched a new product Monday designed to boost the immune system. Kids, can you say “Cash-in”???
— NESN (@NESN) May 18, 2020
2. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe is mad at Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for going out to get his hair cut and his beard trimmed.
The beard is trimmed…
— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) May 18, 2020
3. Here’s 76-year-old Roger Daltrey’s message to everyone telling him to stay in: “Go [eff] yourselves!”
Got to love Roger Daltry.https://t.co/sWBVuS1quK
— GL Forex lives on Boris Island ( Purpleline ) (@greatlakesforex) May 17, 2020
4. Annie Glenn, the widow of Astronaut and Senator John Glenn, died yesterday of complications from COVID-19. She was 100 years old. John passed away in 2016.
Annie Glenn, advocate for people with speech disorders and wife of John Glenn, dies of coronavirus complications at 100https://t.co/g5Cut0mStm
— Jilenne (@banksafegirl) May 20, 2020
5. Michael Bay wants to make a pandemic thriller called “Songbird” DURING lockdown. It’s not clear how he plans to do it, but apparently, he already has the okay from the various Hollywood guilds.
Michael Bay set to produce the pandemic-themed Songbird with production set to follow social distancing guidelines https://t.co/v8JDHKvQw8
— ????The_News_DIVA???? (@The_News_DIVA) May 20, 2020
Celebrities Doing Good
1. Beyoncé has joined the list of celebrities who’ll speak at the “Dear Class of 2020” event, streaming live on YouTube on Saturday, June 6th at 3:00 P.M. Eastern. The lineup also includes the Obamas, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Bill and Melinda Gates, Jennifer Lopez, and more, with performers including BTS, Lizzo, Doja Cat, and Megan Thee Stallion.
YouTube announced Beyoncé, BTS, the Obamas, Taylor Swift and more will be among those joining “Dear Class of 2020.” pic.twitter.com/BdDxYQqQDP
— Pop Base (@PopBase) May 19, 2020
2. Brad Pitt gave a video shout-out to graduates of Missouri State University. Brad is from Springfield, where Missouri State is located, but he went to the University of Missouri.
This is why we adore Brad Pitt ???? his shout-out to the Missouri State class of 2020 pic.twitter.com/sptWSIVDd7
— Simply Brad (@SimplyBradCom) May 19, 2020
3. A virtual concert to benefit Long Island healthcare workers will include performances by Joan Jett, Pat Benatar, Blue Oyster Cult, Taking Back Sunday, Dream Theater, and more. It goes down May 31st.
— billboard (@billboard) May 19, 2020