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Baby happiness: Country singer Sam Hunt becomes a father for the second time

Country star and heartthrob Sam Hunt (38) becomes a father for the second time. The 38-year-old announced this on Friday evening in Las Vegas, as "EW" first reported. Accordingly, Hunt is said to have stated that he is expecting his second child with his wife Hannah Lee Fowler. The singer shared the news with his fans and listeners on stage at the Resorts World Theater in Las Vegas.

Second child after filing for divorce
The couple married in 2017 but filed for divorce in February 2022. A month later, daughter Lucy Lu saw the light of day, after which Hunt and his wife reconciled and withdrew from the planned dissolution of the marriage.

In the divorce papers, Fowler had accused Hunt of adultery, among other things, and applied for sole custody of their daughter. Even before their wedding, Hunt and Fowler had had an on-off relationship characterized by ups and downs since 2008, which the singer is said to have processed in his 2014 debut album "Montevallo".


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Twitter removes free verification ticks

San Francisco (AP) - Elon Musk's Twitter has removed the verification ticks that were previously given free to celebrities and relevant people. Now only paying subscription customers have the same-looking icon on their profiles - but without real identity verification.

Among the celebrities whose accounts lost the white tick on a blue background late Thursday were footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, actress Halle Berry and numerous music stars including Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Shakira and Justin Timberlake.

At the same time, bestselling author Stephen King, basketball player LeBron James and actor William Shatner, who previously criticized the subscription plans, surprisingly kept their verification symbols. Twitter owner Elon Musk said he personally pays for their profiles - but only for these three. He didn't write why.

According to technology blog The Verge, James declined Twitter's offer to pay for the subscription. The hook remained at first anyway. Stephen King made it a point to state that he was not a subscription customer. "You're welcome," Musk tweeted back. Shatner, best known for playing Captain James Kirk in the Starship Enterprise series, wrote to Musk: "Thank you. I suppose."

The explanatory text for the ticks says that the account is paying for a subscription and its telephone number has been confirmed. In the case of James and King, Twitter thus gives the impression that two prominent critics of the new system are now taking part. Among the celebrities, the musicians Rihanna and Taylor Swift kept their verification symbols – and initially did not comment on what basis. Otherwise, users with the check mark often identify themselves as fans of Musk.

Twitter introduced the symbols so users could be sure that no one was impersonating a celebrity, politician, or athlete. After buying Twitter for around 44 billion dollars, tech billionaire Elon Musk claimed that the procedure for assigning the ticks was “corrupt” and that some of them were distributed arbitrarily by Twitter employees. The system divided users into “lords and pawns”, so everyone should now pay for it. Now, of all people, Musk himself decided who should keep a tick without paying for it.

The first fake profiles appeared on Friday night. A tweet from "@NYC_GOVERNMENT" claimed that this was the official account of the city of New York. The real profile "@nycgov" doesn't have a tick icon either. A profile with the name and photo of writer J.K. Rowling apologized for her controversial comments over the past few months. Both fake accounts were blocked a little later.

Now anyone can pretend to be her, criticized the singer Dionne Warwick the day before, whose profile also lost the verification tick. Even when the payment hook was introduced in November, there was chaos with deceptively real fake accounts from some celebrities and companies. After that, additional precautions such as confirming a phone number were introduced.


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Joachim Llambi: "Let's Dance" didn't make him rich

Few viewers can imagine the RTL dance show "Let's Dance" without Joachim Llambi (58). The juror alongside Motsi Mabuse (42) and Jorge González (55) has always been an integral part of the format. He is part of the program not only because of the fee, as he explains in an interview with the "Bild" newspaper.

Juror Llambi "it's all fun"
He does not want to reveal how much the trained banker earns on "Let's Dance". When negotiating the fee for the new seasons, however, one always “agreed very quickly. I never exhaust it to the last cent.”

He does not have a fortune of three million euros, as can be found in places on the Internet. And quite apart from the money, Llambi "does all this fun and I would still want to sit behind this jury desk even if I had a lot more money in my account". The juror "certainly did not become rich" through the show, but it "enabled him a nice life".

His mother taught him how to handle money at an early age. "I'm a normal working-class child," says Llambi. When he was eleven years old, his father, a locksmith, had to be cared for because of a brain tumor. A complete salary was lost at the time, but fortunately he and his mother, who worked in a tax office, received support from his grandfather. Nevertheless, it was "a hard time". When he started his apprenticeship, "we pooled the money and saw how we could make ends meet. At that time, I experienced first-hand how quickly a family is suddenly without money in the middle of the month and how stressful that can be. "

The new edition of "Let's Dance"
Today, April 21, Llambi will be back on TV. In the new episode of "Let's Dance", from 8:15 p.m. on RTL (also on RTL+), the first "Hot Salsa Night" takes place - instead of the well-known Discofox marathon. Seven celebrities compete in the eighth live show of the season: YouTuber and actress Julia Beautx (23), "GZSZ" star Chryssanthi Kavazi (34), ex-gymnast Philipp Boy (35), Twitch star and entertainer Jens " Knossi" Knossalla (36), actress Sharon Battiste (31), mentalist Timon Krause (28) and model Anna Ermakova (23). The season finale airs on May 19th.


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That's what Scarlett Johansson thinks of ex-husband Ryan Reynolds

Scarlett Johansson (38) has revealed what she thinks about her ex-husband Ryan Reynolds (46). The actress rarely opens up about her marriage to her co-worker. The two were married from 2008 to 2011. During an appearance on the "Goop" podcast, hostess Gwyneth Paltrow (50) spoke to the "Black Widow" actress about her marriages.

Paltrow explained that she completely forgot that Johansson was once married to Ryan Reynolds. Her guest noted that they "hadn't been married very long" either. When the podcast host then joked, "We love a good Ryan Reynolds in the house," Johansson replied, "He's a good guy."

short marriage
Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds announced their separation in December 2010 after two years of marriage. The divorce followed in July. The two Hollywood stars rarely speak publicly about their relationship. Johansson explained in a "Vanity Fair" interview in 2019: "When I first got married, I was 23 years old." And she added, "I didn't really have an understanding of marriage. Maybe I think I romanticized it in a way."

After the split, the "Avengers" star married journalist Romain Dauriac in 2014. The couple, who have an eight-year-old daughter together, divorced in 2017. Johansson then began dating Saturday Night Live comedian Colin Jost, 40, and the couple got engaged in 2019. They married in a private ceremony at the actress' New York home in 2020, and had their first child together, one, in 2021 son named Cosmo.

Ryan Reynolds has been in a relationship with "Gossip Girl" star Blake Lively (35) since 2011. A year later they said yes. The Green Lantern co-stars have four children: James, 8, Inez, 6, Betty, 3, and a two-month-old baby whose name is unknown.


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K-pop star Moonbin dies aged 25

The South Korean singer Moonbin is dead. As the South Korean news portal "X Sports News" reports, the police in the capital Seoul announced that his manager found him lifeless in his apartment in the Gangnam-gu district on Monday evening at 8:10 p.m have. Previously, he should not have appeared at scheduled rehearsals. Moonbin was only 25 years old.

His band Astro shared a statement from record label Fantagio Music on Instagram, confirming the death of their member. It reads, "On April 19th, Astro member Moonbin suddenly left us and became a star in the sky." Mourn with the family of the deceased. Citing police sources, the reports say Moonbin may have committed suicide. An autopsy should now clarify the exact circumstances. Moon Bin, his real name, is survived by his parents and sister Moon Sua, singer of the K-pop group Billlie.

Moonbin went on hiatus in 2019
Moonbin was a singer, actor, dancer and model, best known as a member of the very successful boy band Astro. Together with his bandmate Yoon San-ha (23), he was also active and successful as Moonbin & Sanha. In 2019, the artist took a break for health reasons, but returned to the group in 2020. The singer has been part of the band Astro since 2009.


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