“Sam Smith didn’t get a coronavirus test, but they know they had it” links

Sam Smith on the red carpet at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball, O2 Arena, London

Sam Smith didn’t get a coronavirus test, but they know they had it. [Buzzfeed]
Rachel McAdams revealed more in one small Zoom interview than she has in a decade’s worth of magazine interviews. [LaineyGossip]
Just the idea of this makes me sick to my stomach . [Dlisted]
Shake Shack is returning their $10 million PPP loan. [Just Jared]
Did this Penelope Cruz look age well? [Go Fug Yourself]
Does anyone want the Angelyne bio-pic? [OMG Blog]
Were you ever into Ethan Embry? Hm. [Pajiba]
Feminist win: Trump administration pays women a lot of money to do nothing. [Jezebel]
Denver nurses protest the morons who are protesting the lockdown. [Towleroad]
A Teen Mom pyramid scheme! [Starcasm]
Clare Waight Keller’s best Givenchy looks. [RCFA]

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  1. Mac says:

    Once antibody testing gets going, I think we are going to find out many of us had it. I’m glad Sam and their sister are better.

    • Agirlandherdog says:

      I have a feeling in the US that testing is going to be just as hard to get as covid 19 testing. Antibody testing will raise the confirmed numbers, and Trump doesn’t want that.

      • pottymouth pup says:

        theoretically, he should want to raise the confirmed cases after the fact so he could say “see the mortality rate wasn’t that high” and then misinterpret everything to claim the left destroyed the economy unnecessarily

    • Mcali02 says:

      We aren’t going to get mass antibody tests just like we aren’t getting mass Covid testing.

    • Kate says:

      I got an antibody test on Thursday. Was pretty easy to do, just walked in. Maybe it won’t stay that way but so far no restrictions that I could see.

    • Erinn says:

      I’ve seen that it’s actually not showing very many people HAVE the antibodies. Seems like the whole ‘herd immunity’ argument in favor of having more people sick might not be of much use.

      • SkaraBrae says:

        Yes, according to the WHO it looks like 2-3% of the world population is showing signs of antibodies.
        Which means herd immunity is not going to work- they would need at least 60%.

  2. Veronica says:

    Honestly, it’s nice that most celeb outlets are respecting Smith’s non-binary status. I’d forgotten until I was reading it, so kudos.

    That 1995 can of Chef Boyardee is probably the best weight loss supplement I’ve seen on the market yet. 🤢

  3. sa says:

    I don’t know if we all see the same ads on this site, but I am getting an add for cookware on the side of the page that shows really delicious looking food and is making me want chinese food so badly. I have been eating my way through my pantry and freezer for over a month and that ad may break me.

  4. Lady D says:

    Three cheers for those two Denver nurses. Brave of them.

  5. EM says:

    Without testing, I don’t think anyone can be 100% sure they had it. There are a lot of other respiratory viruses out there. I really hope we get reliable antibody testing soon so people don’t erroneously assume they had it and might be immune.

  6. lucy2 says:

    Those Trump women are being paid because they’re the wife or girlfriend of a Trump…which is pretty on brand for him.
    Glad Sam is feeling better.
    That Chef Boyardee photo makes me feel queasy.

  7. Mel M says:

    Very much into Ethan Embry. And Ethan Randall.

  8. Lillian says:

    I *LOVE* the pic of the white silky blouse with hint of chest hair. Thank you for that.

  9. Busyann says:

    Ooh Kaiser, I dont have twitter so I cant comment about Panther Kitty there. So happy little furbaby is feeling better!

  10. Whydoesthissiteneverrememberme says:

    It is absurd to claim you know you had a virus because you had some symptoms, especially when those symptoms are present with a large number of other viruses. All you know is you were unwell.