Ellen Degeneres, Reese Witherspoon and Marlon Wayans react to Tom Hanks CoronaVirus
The 63-year-old Forrest Gump actor and his wife tested positive for Coronavirus while shooting in Australia.
Forrest Gump‘s Tom Hanks and wife Rita Wilson are now two of 1305 confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States. Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe almost made it to the list but turned out to be a hoax. Ellen Degeneres, Marlon Wayans, Reese Witherspoon, Jack Balck, and other Hollywood celebrities reacted to the news amid WHO’s virus pandemic.
Ellen Degeneres and other Celebrities respond to Tom Hanks Coronavirus
Forrest Gump star is officially the first famous coronavirus case. Harry Potter series Daniel Radcliffe was about to make it on the list but thankfully it was just a rumor. Philadelphia actor was shooting in Australia when he got infected with the COVID-19 virus.
Tom Hanks coronavirus news spread like Australian wildfire and Hollywood was quick to respond. Ellen Degeneres, Reese Witherspoon, Marlon Wayans, Jack Black, and Tim Allen were among the first to react.
The Ellen Show‘s host took it to her social media.
Wishing you both a speedy recovery and sending lots of love.
Star of upcoming series Little Fires Everywhere kept the response short and on point. Reese Witherspoon wrote.
Please take care.
American actor and comedian Marlon Wayans’ reaction to Tom Hanks and wife’s news is my favorite so far.
Damn you, Tom! You always gotta be first. First Emmy Award & Oscar winner and now first Hollywood coronavirus actor. That one was mine damn it. Curses… Get well soon brother. I love you tremendously and praying for you and wifey. Always my nizzle.
Harry Potter series star Daniel Radcliffe and coronavirus were also being connected for a few days. However, Escape from Pretoria actor’s representative told everyone that its nothing but a rumor.
He found a permanent spot on Twitter trends with a fake post. It was titled “BREAKING NEWS: Daniel Radcliffe tests positive for coronavirus. The actor is said to be the first famous person to be publicly confirmed.”
The World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 a pandemic and is busy learning more about it. There are over 1300 cases and 38 coronavirus deaths in the US alone so far and the numbers are increasing. Let’s pray and hope that we get rid of this deadly virus soon.