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Blue's Clues original host Steve Burns says Donovan Patton took care of him when he had COVID

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Blue's Clues original host Steve Burns recently revealed that his co-star Donovan Patton stepped up and took care of him while he was sick with COVID.The 49-year-old actor told PEOPLE that he and Patton - who took over as host of the children's show when Burns left in 2002 - 'have been friends for a long time now.'Burns continued: 'I know his family.

He took care of me when I had COVID. He was rolling Gatorade down his hallway into his guest room for me.' Helping hand: Blue's Clues original host Steve Burns recently revealed that his co-star Donovan Patton stepped up and took care of him while he was sick with COVID-19; Burns seen in November Patton, 44, happened to have had COVID prior to Burns, so he was all too familiar with the symptoms.

Once they were both well, the longtime pals ventured to New York City to film the Blue's Clues movie, titled Blue's Big City Adventure.During their downtime in New York, they went to the set to watch the latest host of Blue's Clues, Joshua Dela Cruz, shoot his scenes.  'It was fun to go watch what he's capable of,' Patton said of Dela Cruz.

And then I was amazed in the way that translates into the movie, actually, too, because I didn't know how it was going to turn out when I would see it,' he explained.'I was impressed by it.

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