Hayley Vernon advances coronavirus conspiracy theory.

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“We’re all in this together guys so let’s really get down to work and learn some stuff and do some good meetings.”

Good meetings? Better meetings, maybe.

3. Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift are sending cash to people affected by COVID-19.

Two of America’s biggest pop stars have been helping out their fans during the COVID-19 pandemic by sending money to some that have been hit particularly hard.

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Over the past week, Ariana Grande had fans inboxing her on social media, explaining how coronavirus has left them struggling to pay bills or without jobs.

And out of the goodness of her heart, she reportedly transferred money to a select few.

Several sources told TMZ that Grande fans had received Venmo payments ranging from $500 to $1,500 from the singer.

Meanwhile, the Associated Press reports that Swift gave one struggling fan $3,000.

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