DThe traffic light coalition does not have good press at the moment, but some accusations seem exaggerated. picture For example, he complains about Minister of Justice Buschmann because he tweeted the sentence “It’s done” after the negotiations on the relief package: “Excuse me? These were Jesus’ last words until he died on the cross. What was the devout Catholic Buschmann thinking?”
Sure that picture is not quite scriptural, in fact Jesus’ very last words on the cross were: “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.” We would have found that much stranger if Buschmann had tweeted that. While the generic words “It is finished” strike us as far less offensive than if he had posted another Jesus quote, such as: “Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will not pass away.”
Merab Ninidze, who plays “Doktor Ballouz” in the ZDF series of the same name, may wish that his words pass as quickly as possible. To the question of new sheet namely, whether he is taken, Ninidze replies: “I think every person is always available, even if he is married.” An interesting statement, especially for the lady who The new sheet shown in the photo and introduced as Ninidze’s wife.
“It’s time to question the eternal obsession with youth”
Ulla Kock am Brink agrees that you should pay attention to your words. “The presenter does not want to be called a ‘show dinosaur’,” writes woman’s week and quotes her with the sentence: “It’s time to question the eternal obsession with youth.” We think so too, especially since Kock am Brink is only 61 years old; later creatures of evolution we would find much more obvious and would call them show mammoths or show saber-toothed cats.
Film saber-tooth cat Til Schweiger has shot a sequel to “Manta, Manta” after more than 30 years, again with Tina Ruland, about whom he wrote in Gala says: “For the first time she can really show that she is a fantastic actress.” How extremely charming: Ruland is 55 and has made dozens of films and series, which in Schweiger’s judgment were apparently all crap. Well, Schweiger himself is 58 – maybe one day he’ll get the chance to show that he’s a fantastic actor.
A piece of clothing that Schweiger wore in “Manta, Manta” is meanwhile receiving fashion honours: the classic white undershirt is “worn by fashionistas as a stylish tank top”, white Gala. In the Prada version you can shell out 690 euros for it. Many women are now likely to look at the couch potato wedded to them, who is sitting in front of the television with bottled beer, with different eyes.
A voucher for Gilzer
A strange action has taken place woman in the mirror thought up. Maren Gilzer explains what “Style your Star” is all about: “One of your readers can go shopping with me and outfit me for 500 euros.” A Prada tank top is sometimes out of the question. “Whoever does the job best wins a shopping voucher,” we read on – for themselves or just for Maren Gilzer? The actress says of her partner: “I found my male counterpart in Harry. So his quirks are my quirks too, and we can have a good laugh about that.” Careful: by logic, Harry could claim that his dirty dishes lying around are also Gilzer’s dirty dishes.
Instead of undershirts, Wolfgang Joop deals with what you wear over them. “The designer uses a mix of paper and wood for his new sweaters,” says Weiss The new. Joop himself judges: “It’s very airy, but it doesn’t warm you up in winter.” But you can definitely burn it up when it gets really cold.
Does the Kelly Family have more members than expected?
Concerned about her daughter is noisy golden leaf Queen Maxima. Amalia, 18, is drawn to “Holland’s party capital” – and “in Amsterdam the drug ‘hashish’, popular among young people, is freely available”. God forbid that Amalia doesn’t come into contact with the over-the-counter drink “beer” that is not entirely unpopular with young people.
Sometimes the parents of the Kelly Family were less worried. They determine “where to go,” says Jimmy Kelly Colorful. “Of course that doesn’t mean that we didn’t rebel in between, just ran away or were even forgotten at the gas station.” That feeds a terrible suspicion: Did the Kelly Family not only have twelve, but originally seventeen or eighteen children?
The actor couple Herbert Herrmann and Nora von Collande were also on their way new leaf reports: “Yes, we were in southern France. Herbert went to get gas and I bought a small apartment during that time.” Was the line that long? Herrmann says: “Nora is really crazy. That’s why it didn’t surprise me at all.” It would have been even crazier if she had adopted a Kelly Family child who was waiting at the gas station.