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Steven Spielberg tests positive for Covid forcing him to bow out from the Gotham Awards in NY

Steven Spielberg was unable to attend Monday night's Gotham Awards in New York due to Covid.The legendary filmmaker, 75, was set to present actress Michelle Williams, 42, with a performer tribute, but had to skip after testing positive for the virus.He was replaced by Paul Dano, 38 — Williams' costar in the Spielberg-directed autobiographical film The Fabelmans — who confirmed the news on stage saying 'Steven got Covid', after it was initially reported by Variety.  Covid: Steven Spielberg was unable to attend Monday night's Gotham Awards in New York after coming down with Covid; Pictured 2022 in HollywoodDuring the presentation, Dano recounted some memories of being at the film’s Hollywood premiere with Williams and how they spoke about being young actors in Los Angeles.

'Michelle said, "I remember just driving around town looking for work." And I thought, "Imagine if that teenage girl knew that at the midpoint of her career she’d be seeing a tribute award at the Gothams from none other than Steven Spielberg, and what would she have thought?"' He went on, 'Then I thought, "Well, what if we had to tell that girl that Steven got COVID?" She’d be like, "What’s COVID?" and that "Paul Dano was going to introduce you?" She’d be like, "Who the f**k is Paul Dano?"'  Missing out: The legendary filmmaker, 75, was set to present actress Michelle Williams, 42, with a performer tribute, but had to skip after testing positive for the virus Williams lit up the red carpet at the awards — held at Cipriani Wall Street in New York — in a sensational sequin mini dress, nearly a full month after welcoming her third child.Her short blonde hair fell to just below her ears, accessorizing with unique gemstone earrings and a large red ring.She

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