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While coronavirus spreads across the globe, Hollywood is taking a hit as some of its brightest stars have been diagnosed with the illness.
Between film, television, and music, a handful of celebrities have come forward and announced that they've tested positive for coronavirus and entered self-isolation.
Here's a look at the stars who have tested positive for COVID-19 amid the global outbreak:
Since then, he's offered fans several updates on his condition, assuring fans that he's well taken care of and urging them to be diligent and proactive about the virus and staying safe.
Rita Wilson, 63, the wife of Hanks, also fell ill with her hubby down under.
She seemed to be in good spirits, however, as she shared her playlist that she's been listening to while in quarantine, which includes Billy Idol’s “Dancing with Myself,” the Bee Gees' “Night Fever,” MC Hammer’s “U Can’t Touch This” and more.
On March 28, Hanks told fans that he and Wilson were back in California and that they were sheltering in place.
Since then, the 47-year-old actor has updated his fans, saying that he's "feeling OK," and urging followers to take care of themselves.
In his Instagram post, he explained that he's in "good health" and asked fans to "be careful, wash your hands" and maintain the proper distance between themselves and others.
The actress explained that she was denied a hospital bed because the facility was full amid the crisis.
Hollywood newcomer Rachel Matthews, 26, revealed that she's among those suffering from coronavirus.
In an attempt to help others identify the virus, the "Frozen II" actress shared a timeline of her symptoms, saying that things started with a "sore throat, fatigue and headache," before having a fever, body aches and a "deep, dry cough."
Daniel Dae Kim
Kim said that he received a test after experiencing a scratchy throat. He also said that he’s willing to donate antibodies to find a vaccine.
Singer-songwriter Charlotte Lawrence, 19, said on March 17 that she had contracted the virus.
In her Instagram announcement, Lawrence asked her fans "to protect those less able to survive this virus."
The former "Bachelor" star, 28, revealed he tested positive for COVID-19 in a post on social media.
“I want to let you guys know: I’m 28, I consider myself pretty healthy, I work out regularly, I eat healthy, and I became symptomatic a few days ago, got my test results back today, and they are positive,” he said in an Instagram video on March 20.
“It’s been kicking my a--, just to put it pretty bluntly,” Underwood added. “The main thing is I can’t even walk up a flight of stairs without being out of breath or go to the bathroom without having to sit down because I’m exhausted.”
The late-night host and Bravo's leading man, 51, revealed he tested positive for coronavirus on March 20.
"After a few days of self-quarantine, and not feeling great, I have tested positive for Coronavirus," he wrote on social media. "As much as I felt like I could push through whatever I was feeling to do #WWHL from home, we’re putting a pin in that for now so I can focus on getting better. I want to thank all the medical professionals who are working tirelessly for all of us, and urge everybody to stay home and take care of themselves."
Two weeks later, he reported that he was feeling better after about 11 days of battling the virus.
The actress, 55, announced that she contracted coronavirus.
In an Instagram post, Mazar revealed that she'd experienced similar symptoms to those brought about by the coronavirus in weeks past before coming down with them again.
After a brief struggle to obtain a test, Mazar found that she had contracted the virus.
The Bon Jovi keyboardist contracted coronavirus as well.
The 58-year-old musician made the announcement on Instagram, noting that he's "feeling better each day." He also urged his followers to remain calm, explaining that worse sicknesses have spread across the globe in the past.
Opera sensation Plácido Domingo on March 22 informed fans that he tested positive for the virus.
Domingo, 79, said on Facebook that announcing his diagnosis was his "moral duty" and assured fans that he and his family, all in quarantine, are in "good health."
A model and former Miss Hawaii Jeanné Kapela, 25, announced on Facebook that she has tested positive for the novel virus.
Kapela's post contained a direct message to Harry Kim, mayor of Hawaii's Big Island: “I call upon Big Island Mayor Harry Kim to enact stronger measures to protect our island from coronavirus. It is imperative that our mayor implements a mandatory 15-day shelter-in-place order four [sic] our county and prohibit all nonessential travel to and from the Big Island.
"Additionally, our state should close all schools indefinitely to protect teachers and our keiki, while quickly instituting a two-week quarantine for all travelers entering the islands.”
Known best for appearing in "The Young and the Restless," Greg Rikaart, 43, announced his diagnosis on Instagram.
He said in his post that despite being in relatively good health, his experience fighting coronavirus "has been the hardest experience of my life." He also revealed that he also developed pneumonia, but that he's now "turned the proverbial corner," and is healing.
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Star of stage and screen Laura Bell Bundy, 38, announced that she's contracted coronavirus.
In her Instagram announcement, Bundy said that her symptoms have been "minor," which she credits to "taking care of" herself by taking nutritional supplements and herbs prescribed to her by doctors. She also urged her followers to "stay inside" to avoid furthering the outbreak.
Rapper Scarface -- real name Brad Jordan -- revealed that he tested positive for coronavirus.
The musician made the announcement on his former bandmate's YouTube channel, saying the last few weeks have "been an ordeal."
Scarface recently ran for Houston City Council, but lost, according to the Houston Chronicle.
The country singer tested positive for COVID-19.
“My family and I are asking for privacy at this time,” Diffie said in the statement. "We want to remind the public and all my fans to be vigilant, cautious and careful during this pandemic.”
The Grand Ole Opry member and Grammy winner is known for his hits in the '90s including, “Honky Tonk Attitude,” “Prop Me Up Beside The Jukebox,” “John Deere Green,” “Third Rock From The Sun” and “Pickup Man."
Diffie died at the age of 61 after contracting the virus.
Country singer Kalie Shorr announced on Twitter that she'd been quarantining for three weeks while fighting coronavirus.
The 25-year-old opened up about her symptoms, calling the first few days "miserable."
"My entire body was in pain, and my fever was like riding a wave," Shorr explained. "I completely lost my sense of taste and smell."
Comedian Michael Yo announced on Instagram that he returned home after spending eight days in the hospital following a dual diagnosis of COVID-19 and pneumonia.
In a tearful video thanking his fans and loved ones who supported him during his sickness, Yo reminded his followers to keep in mind the many who have been hospitalized and are fighting this virus alone away from their families.
"I was in there around people dying alone," Yo said. "They don't have family in there, man. They can't. We need to shift the attention to the people that need help and that are dying alone. Please stay safe and thank you for the support."
Asleep at the Wheel frontman Ray Benson, 69, announced that he tested positive for COVID-19.
In a Facebook post on March 31, Benson said that he wasn't experiencing many symptoms except for fatigue and feeling "out of it," but he tested positive nonetheless.
Another star who tested positive for coronavirus is "Bachelor" alum Caroline Lunny.
"I have coronavirus," she said in her Instagram announcement. "I don’t know why I feel embarrassed by this, like I feel like no one is ever going to want to hang out with me ever again."
Lunny, 29, said that people were "attacking" her for wearing a mask, claiming they should go to medical professionals instead.
"But please stop dming me and attacking me and saying awful things to me for wearing a mask to protect my family," she said. "Im allowed to wear a mask."
Like many of the stars before her, Lunny urged fans to stay home.
"Real Housewives of Orange County" star Jim Edmonds announced on April 1 that he tested positive for the coronavirus.
He said that it was difficult for him to get tested, even claiming he had to force professionals to test him for the virus.
While announcing his diagnosis, Edmonds, 49, said that he's feeling better and that his daughter is currently in quarantine.
Sara Bareilles announced on Instagram that she had contracted and fought off the virus, saying that she's now "fully recovered."
She added that she's "sending a lot of love" to those affected by the viral outbreak and that she's feeling "really grateful for every easy breath and every day that I get to be walking around."
Another musician has fallen ill with coronavirus: Marianne Faithfull.
A spokesperson for the 73-year-old singer-songwriter confirmed to Fox News that she'd been hospitalized for her symptoms.
"Marianne Faithfull’s manager Francois Ravard has confirmed that Marianne is being treated for Covid-19 in hospital in London," the written statement said. "She is stable and responding to treatment, we all wish her well and a full and speedy recovery."
The 68-year-old Christopher Cross has also announced that he's tested positive for COVID-19.
The musician shared the news on Facebook, calling it "possibly the worst illness [he's] ever had."
"For those of you who still do not believe the COVID-19 virus is real, or think it is a 'hoax' or part of some conspiracy, my advice to you is to understand right now that this is a deadly illness spreading like wildfire throughout the world," he wrote in his statement.
Patricia Bosworth, known for her role in "The Nun's Story" in the late 1950s, contracted coronavirus.
The actress's fight with the virus brought on a bout of pneumonia that took her life at the age of 86.
The singer Pink revealed recently that both she and her 3-year-old son tested positive for coronavirus after they began to show symptoms.
In her Instagram announcement, the 40-year-old musician slammed the government for their response to the outbreak and urged followers to take the virus more seriously.
"It is an absolute travesty and failure of our government to not make testing more widely accessible. This illness is serious and real," she said in her post. "People need to know that the illness affects the young and old, healthy and unhealthy, rich and poor, and we must make testing free and more widely accessible to protect our children, our families, our friends and our communities."
Adam Schlesinger, known as the singer from Fountains of Wayne, was among the musicians to battle coronavirus.
Schlesinger, a well-revered musician, died from coronavirus complications. He was in his early 50s.
Fox News was previously told by Schlesinger's girlfriend, via his agent, that he was in critical condition in the hospital before his death.
Rapper YNW Melly tested positive for coronavirus while in jail, awaiting his trial for double murder.
"I can confirm he has tested positive for COVID-19 and I am moving for an emergency release for medical treatment," Florida attorney Bradford Cohen shared with Fox News.
"Gomer Pyle, USMC" actor Forrest Compton tested positive for coronavirus.
The actor reportedly died at the age of 94 from coronavirus complications.
Japanese comedian Ken Shimura contracted coronavirus and was treated in a Tokyo hospital, his agency confirmed.
Shimura died at the age of 70 after contracting the virus, which led to a fight with pneumonia.
Julie Bennett, known for playing Cindy Bear in "The Yogi Bear Show" and several other Yogi Bear-themed projects, contracted coronavirus.
Bennett is among the stars to have died from coronavirus complications. She was 88 when she passed away.
Known for his role in "Alien," Jay Benedict is among those that have suffered from the virus.
Unfortunately, he's also among those that died from complications brought about by coronavirus as well. He was 68.
“It is with profound sorrow that we must announce Jay’s death on the 4th of April due to complications arising from a COVID-19 infection,” a message on the actor’s website reads.
Star of stage and screen, Mark Blum contracted the coronavirus amid the outbreak.
The 69-year-old "Desperately Seeking Susan" star died from complications brought about by the virus.
"My husband passed away yesterday, March 25th, from complications from the Corona Virus," Blum's widow said in a statement to Fox News. "He died at New York-Presbyterian Hospital."
Having worked as a dialect coach for "Lord of the Rings" and appearing in "Star Wars," Andrew Jack had a dignified career before contracting coronavirus.
The actor died at the age of 76 from complications due to the virus.
Iconic songwriter Alan Merrill, known for co-writing "I Love Rock and Roll," lost his battle to coronavirus at the age of 69.
“I was given 2 minutes to say my goodbyes before I was rushed out. He seemed peaceful and as I left there was still a glimmer of hope that he wouldn’t be a ticker on the right hand side of the CNN/Fox news screen," his daughter Laura wrote on Facebook.
“I walked 50 blocks home still with hope in my heart. The city that I knew was empty. I felt I was the only person here and perhaps in many ways I was. By the time I got in the doors to my apartment I received the news that he was gone."
Lee Fierro, known for appearing in the hit blockbuster "Jaws," has reportedly died from coronavirus complications.
The news of her passing was confirmed by friends to Martha's Vinyard Times.
Tony Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally died after fighting the virus.
Terrence McNally -- known for the plays “Love! Valour! Compassion!” and “Master Class” and the musicals “Ragtime” and “Kiss of the Spider Woman" -- was 81.
The author, restaurateur and winner of "Top Chef Masters" went to the hospital as a “precautionary measure” in mid-March after he was “feeling feverish,” he wrote in an Instagram post. He later tested positive for COVID-19.
Duran Duran bassist John Taylor has announced that he contracted and has recovered from coronavirus.
“Dear friends of mine after giving some thought to this, I have decided to share with you that I tested positive with the Corona Virus almost three weeks ago,” Taylor wrote on Instagram.
“Perhaps I am a particularly robust 59 year old - I like to think I am - or was blessed with getting only a mild case of Covid 19 - but after a week or so of what I would describe as a 'Turbo-charged Flu', I came out of it feeling okay- although I must admit I didn't mind the quarantine as it gave me the chance to really recover,” he continued.
Fox News' Melissa Roberto, Mariah Haas, Jessica Napoli and Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report