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Miley Cyrus' "Flowers" is the most-streamed song of 2023

The hit single "Flowers" by superstar Miley Cyrus (30) is officially the most streamed song of the year so far. This is reported by the US industry journal "Variety", citing data from the market research company Luminate. "Flowers" from Cyrus' hit album "Endless Summer Vacation", which was released in March, has been accessed 1.16 billion times worldwide so far this year.

One trillion total music streams
The pre-single "Flowers" was released on January 12 of this year and debuted at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, staying at number one for the next five weeks.

Overall, on March 31, 2023 - and thus earlier than ever before in a calendar year - the incredible number of one trillion music streams was reached worldwide. In second place in the global streaming charts is "Kill Bill" by SZA (33) with 885 million streams, followed by the "Die For You" remix by The Weeknd (33) and Ariana Grande (29) with 629 million worldwide views.


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"Star Wars" series "Ahsoka": Lars Mikkelsen becomes the villain

Danish actor Lars Mikkelsen (58) will play the "Star Wars" villain Grand Admiral Thrawn in the upcoming Disney+ series "Ahsoka". Lucasfilm announced this at the "Star Wars Celebration" in London. Mikkelsen took the stage at the end of the panel with other stars of the project, as seen on Twitter.

Thrawn first appeared in "Star Wars" novels by Timothy Zahn (71), which dealt with the events after "Return of the Jedi" (1983). In the books, Thrawn was an Imperial Grand Admiral who takes control of what remains of the Imperial fleet and launches a counteroffensive to bring down the New Republic. Thrawn was also in the animated series "Star Wars Rebels" - voiced by Lars Mikkelsen. The actor is also known from "House of Cards" and "Sherlock".

That's what "Ahsoka" is about
The live-action series Star Wars: Ahsoka, a spin-off of The Mandalorian, is slated to launch this summer. In it, fan favorite Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson, 43) returns. Anakin Skywalker's former Padawan is expected to go in search of Grand Admiral Thrawn and her missing friend Ezra Bridger in the miniseries.

In addition to Dawson, Natasha Liu Bordizzo (28) as Sabine Wren and Hayden Christensen (41) as Anakin Skywalker have already been confirmed for "Star Wars: Ahsoka". Since Darth Vader/Anakin is already dead by the time of "Star Wars: Ahsoka," actor Christensen will likely appear in flashbacks.


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That's why Nikolaj Coster-Waldau can't watch "House of the Dragon"

Like his "Game of Thrones" colleague Emilia Clarke (36), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (52) cannot watch the prequel series "House of the Dragon". "One day it started and I saw the opening credits. And it was a bit strange because it was the same music," he explained in an interview with "Entertainment Weekly".

The opening sequence was also "somehow similar" to "Game of Thrones", said Coster-Waldau. "I thought, 'Ah, that's too early, too early.'" However, Jaime Lannister's actor does not believe that he will completely avoid the prequel, which takes place almost 200 years before the events of "GoT", in the future. "I'll wait. I'll wait a few seasons and then I can watch [...]." But he knows that many fans have fallen in love with the new series and are happy about it.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau played Jaime Lannister in 55 episodes from 2011 to 2019. The Dane was nominated for a number of awards for his performance, including two Emmys.

Still "too strange" for Emilia Clarke
Emilia Clarke, who played Daenerys Targaryen on GoT, had a similar explanation earlier this year for not having seen House of the Dragon herself. It still feels "too strange", at least at the moment, she revealed to "Variety" in an interview.


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Michelle Yeoh is honored with the Women in Motion Award in Cannes

Oscar winner Michelle Yeoh (60) will be honored with the Women in Motion Award at this year's Cannes Film Festival. The star of seven Oscar-winning multiverse masterpiece Everything Everywhere All at Once will receive the trophy during the Women In Motion gala dinner at next month's prestigious festival, according to The Hollywood Reporter, among others.

Previous winners of the award, which was launched in 2015, include acting legends Jane Fonda, Susan Sarandon, Isabelle Huppert and Viola Davis.

Michelle Yeoh is 'convinced times are changing'
In an official press statement, Yeoh was "very moved" by her honor. "I am convinced that times are changing," added the 60-year-old. "It's imperative that women - in front of and behind the camera - continue to play roles and tell stories that reflect the diversity and complexity of the world," Yeoh continued.

Yeoh was the first Asian woman to win an Oscar for Best Actress at the last Academy Awards. In recent months, the actress has also received a Golden Globe Award, a SAG Award from the US Screen Actors Guild and a Spirit Award for her performance in the award-winning "Everything Everywhere All at Once" - among a number of other awards.


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Kaley Cuoco: In love with her little daughter

Kaley Cuoco (37) shares her new mother's happiness with her fans on Instagram.

Just three days ago, the actress uploaded the first photos of her baby daughter to Instagram and announced that Matilda Carmine Richie Pelphrey was born on March 30.

Now an update follows in Cuoco's Instagram stories, or several. Understandably, Cuoco is deeply in love with the sweet family member. And shows the new situation with baby with authentic pictures.

Mom, Dad, Baby, Dog, Sofa
In one photo, Matilda looks wide-eyed at the camera in a pink romper. In the next picture, the little one is lying on her dad, Tommy Pelphrey (40), "Daddy's Girl" is written above it. Another photo shows the whole family including the dog sleeping on the couch. The next one shows Cuoco in pink pajamas and with her hair undone, beaming at her baby. In addition the words: "Matilda's Girl Gang" and a glittering heart. The proud dad also posted a picture of the whole - tousled - family, which Cuoco in turn showed in her story.

Cuoco and Pelphrey met in April 2022 at the season four premiere of Ozark. Seven months after Kaley filed for divorce from husband Karl Cook, 32. As Cuoco revealed to the US news magazine "Extra", it was "love at first sight".

In May 2022, the two announced their relationship. They made it public in October that they were expecting a child. "Baby girl Pelphrey is coming in 2023," it said on Instagram at the time. The accompanying pictures included a cake with a pink filling and Kaley Cuoco's growing baby bump.


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