So far, the deadly coronavirus pandemic has spread to about 213 countries in the world. Currently, there are a total of 26.48 million reported cases, with death tolls reaching more than 873,289. Among the 18.7 million recovered cases across the world, we have celebrities, top government officials, and sports personalities, who were able to fight the deadly virus. Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Mikel Arteta, Idris Elba, Pink, Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan, and many more, are some of the famous people infected with the virus. In case you’re interested in the list of the 10 top celebrities who recently tested positive for coronavirus, here’s a list for you below:
List of 10 Top Celebrities Who Recently Tested Positive For Coronavirus
1- Robert Pattinson
Robert Pattinson, born on 13 May 1986, is an English actor who started his career at the age of 15, in a London theater club. So far, Pattinson has been able to win several awards across the world. In 2009, Vanity Fair named him as the most handsome actor in the world. This year, he also claimed the same category of award, with a Golden Ratio of 92.15%, calculated based on the Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi equation. On September 3, unfortunately, Vanity Fair reported that Pattinson contracted the virus while working on the UK set of the upcoming “The Batman” movie. That makes him the first on our list of 10 top celebrities who recently tested positive for coronavirus.
2- Dwayne Johnson (The Rock)
Next on our list of 10 top celebrities who recently tested positive for coronavirus is Dwayne Johnson. The Rock is an American-Canadian actor, professional wrestler, and American football playBack. In August, the celebrity took to social media, announcing he, his wife, and two children tested positive for coronavirus. Fortunately, on Sept 2, Johnson took to Instagram to give an update regarding how his family has survived the deadly virus.
3- Mark Mothersbaugh
Mark Mothersbaugh, born in Ohio on May 18, 1950, is an American singer and songwriter. On August 31, Mothersbaugh revealed during an interview with the Los Angeles Times, that he tested positive for coronavirus in May. Furthermore, the popular singer added that he was on a ventilator at L.A.’s Cedars-Sinai hospital for 18 days, fighting for his life. Here’s a brief of what Mothersbaugh said below:
“For anybody that’s doubting whether the coronavirus and COVID-19 is real, it’s really real.”
4- Kevin Hart
Kevin Hart, born in Philadelphia on July 6, 1979, is an American actor, stand-up comedian, and producer. On August 12, the famous comedian revealed, during a stand-up set of “An Intimate Socially Distanced Affair”, that he tested positive for coronavirus, around the same time as Tom Hanks.
5- Usain Bolt
Usain Bolt, born in Jamaica on 21 August 1986, is the greatest sprinter of all time. On August 22, the fastest man in the world tested positive for coronavirus. We got to know about this two days after when Jamaica’s Minister of Health mentioned that they were tracing Bolt’s contacts.
6- José Balvín
José Balvín, born on May 7, 1985, is a popular Colombian reggaeton singer. On August 13, Billboard revealed on its blog that Balvín tested positive for coronavirus. According to the report, the reggaeton singer revealed via a recorded-from-home award acceptance clip, that he had the virus. Here’s a brief of what he said regarding his condition below.
“At this moment, I’m just getting better from COVID-19. These have been very difficult days, very complicated. Sometimes we won’t think that we’ll get it but I got it, and I got it bad.”
7- Antonio Banderas
Antonio Banderas, born in Spain on 10 August 1960, is a Spanish actor, and film director. Recently, the Oscar-nominated actor took to Twitter to celebrate his birthday. In his tweet, he also revealed that he tested positive for coronavirus and was celebrating his birthday in quarantine.
8- Alyssa Milano
Also on our list of 10 top celebrities who recently tested positive for coronavirus is Alyssa Milano. The American actress, producer, and political activist was born on December 19, 1972. In case you don’t know, she played the role of Samantha Micelli in the popular television series Who’s the Boss? On August 5, Milano took to her Instagram page to reveal how she battled with the deadly coronavirus.
9- Lena Dunham
Lena Dunham, born on May 13, 1986, is ninth on our list of 10 top celebrities, who recently tested positive for coronavirus. On July 31, the American actress and producer took to Instagram, revealing that she tested positive for coronavirus since mid-March. Furthermore, she urged people to stay safe and be compassionate during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
10- Bryan Cranston
Last on our list of 10 top celebrities who recently tested positive for coronavirus is Bryan Cranston. The American actor, director, producer, and screenwriter was born in California on March 7, 1956. On July 30, Bryan took to Instagram to reveal that he tested positive for coronavirus. Furthermore, the popular actor mentioned that he was very fortunate to recover quickly, after experiencing very mild symptoms.