Ea normal week in the heart leaves. “Steffi Graf – lightning divorce from Andre?” is the title of “Freizeitwoche”. “Prince Harry – Lightning Divorce!” is the headline in “The New”. “Stefan Mross & Anna-Carina Woitschack – lightning divorce?” Headlines “Neue Woche”. It’s obviously a new trend in this flash divorce that may or may not be reliably followed by a flash nuptials: Next week we’re sure they’ll all be remarried. Or still.
Does the former Flippers singer Olaf Malolepski flash from time to time? “The hair is tinted,” reveals “Das Neue”, “the curls are coming out of the socket.” We immediately have the picture in our minds of Malolepski sticking two damp fingers in the can and, flash!, his hair is looking great frizzy, but the curls don’t come straight out of the socket. “I always have two curling irons with me when I travel,” explains Malolepski. Two sticks, probably because one of them wouldn’t be able to manage his hair alone.
The Tinder boss flirts in the same way
“Gala” does not write whether it was a lightning infatuation between actress Ana de Armas and her partner, but this: “His name is Paul Boukadakis, he is 38 years old and one of the bosses of the dating app Tinder. But the couple got to know each other in a conventional way, at a dinner with friends.” As the Tinder boss, we would never have made it public that it sparked in the same way with him, which is downright bad for business.
The German actor Andreas Guenther “caught bacterial conjunctivitis while shooting his series ‘Blind Investigated’,” informs us “Bild”. “After a scene in the art fog, my left eye was swollen and only half the size of the right one,” says Guenther, and “Bild” writes: “The shooting schedule had to be changed.” If someone now thinks: Why is that? That would have fitted into a series called “Blind Investigated” – in the series Guenther doesn’t play the blind man, but his colleague.
An old acquaintance smiles at us from the cover of “Stern”: Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg. The headline next to his picture: “I was mercilessly overestimated.” Well, that’s happened to us too, but that’s why we’re not interviewed by “Stern” on a total of eleven pages (!), but we don’t start as moderators either RTL television, which belongs to the same group. “What do you write on immigration forms that require a job title?” Stern wants to know, among other things, and Guttenberg replies: “I almost always write KT Guttenberg.” – “It’s not true.” – “Yes. No one has ever complained about it either.” Well, if that counts as a job, we’ll try that next time too.
Meanwhile, Ben Becker puts it on record in “Bunte”: “Family is more important to me than I am to family.” Actually a sad sentence that his family should think about. After all, Becker seems to be quite important to himself, he sees himself as an icon: “Being an icon also means being extraordinary, and that’s what I always wanted,” says Becker. Will he also state this as a profession on the entry form?
Rapper Lizzo is introduced in “Bunte” as an “icon of body positivity” – who, however, cannot resist writing next to a photo that shows Lizzo next to his friend Harry Styles: “Through thick and thin.” A little Body negativity is allowed Colorful still be.
Golden rocking horse
Beyoncé’s ten-year-old daughter Blue Ivy, on the other hand, we read in “Bunte”, wanted to bid on Lorraine Schwartz diamond earrings for 80,000 euros at a charity gala. Blue Ivy was only just outbid.” It’s a shame for the child, but it makes sense that her mother sets a limit for her pocket money: “It’s over at 80,000!” For many years, by the way, according to “Bunte”, the girl has “owned a golden rocking horse worth it from 460,000 euros, handcrafted by a jeweler”. Now that she’s ten, it’s probably in the basement somewhere, next to the platinum pot and gold leaf bibs.
As Frau im Spiegel writes, Beyoncé’s German colleague Vanessa Mai has just published her autobiography I Do It Mai Way, and her documentary Mai Time Is Now is coming up – and if you read what it reveals, you’ll like it think: “Oh Mai God!” To her current husband, says Mai, “I offered myself like that. Really uncomfortable. So at some point Andreas said, Woman stay away from me.” Woman – stay – body: Every woman would like someone to write poetry for her, just maybe not that kind of poetry.
Dieter Bohlen, on the other hand, is said to have often been mean to May. “After she jokingly called him ‘Uncle Dieter’, things got particularly bad,” we read. And Bohlen obviously can’t help it: Vanessa Mai looks “better than she sings,” he blasphemes. You, on the other hand, Mr. Bohlen, look exactly like you sing. And whether you take that as an insult is up to you.