Pop star Steen surprises with an emotional confession

Pop star Steen surprises with an emotional confession

I lost a tear or two in the quiet little room."

It is also noticeable on Instagram that Domenico usually had himself photographed with his head covering before the hair transplant. Sometimes with a hat, sometimes with a cap, more often with a cap. Today it looks different.

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 Domenico has meanwhile had to leave the camp. The bachelorette boy was chosen as the first candidate from the Australian bush on Friday evening. Eleven celebrities continue to fight in the jungle for the crown and a 100,000 euro prize money.

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Berlin / Coolangatta (dpa) – In the jungle camp there was the first exit. A week after the start, the audience kicked Domenico De Cicco out on Friday.

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The former "Bachelorette"-Candidate got the fewest calls at the end of the evening. With the beginning of the second half of the 13th season of the RTL show "I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!" one participant has to go every day.

Whoever is left at the end will receive the jungle crown at the finals on January 26th and not only that: this time RTL is also promising the winner 100,000 euros in prize money. In 2018, Jenny Frankhauser, Daniela Katzenberger’s half-sister, did the jungle race.

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The earlier one had to go to the jungle test on Friday "Germany’s Next Topmodel"-Candidate Gisele "crybaby" Oppermann ran.123helpme.me This time, however, she was beaming afterwards: She had to open a number of number locks – under difficult conditions. Sometimes she got mealworms and cockroaches, sometimes sticky molasses in between. Nevertheless, she was not deterred and in the end she earned seven stars. It seemed clear that the audience didn’t want to say goodbye to her right away.

On the other hand, Tommi Piper, who became known as Alf’s voice actor and, at 77 years old, is the oldest jungle camper this time, was one of the wobbly candidates. However, he remains now as well.

Borussia Dortmund traveled to the Champions League opener on Tuesday (21 UHr / Sky) at Lazio Rome without Manuel Akanji. The 25-year-old central defender has now left his domestic isolation after his positive Corona test almost two weeks ago, but is not yet part of the Bundesliga team. Before he returns to training, the Swiss should have another more detailed medical examination.

In addition to Akanji, the injured Dan-Axel Zagadou (knee), Nico Schulz (torn muscle fiber) and the suspended Emre Can were missing when the team departed on Monday morning from Dortmund airport. On the other hand, Lukasz Piszczek was there despite his eye injury, which he sustained in Saturday’s 1-0 win at 1899 Hoffenheim. A decision on the use of the Polish full-back should be made at short notice.

The adverse circumstances of the trip caused by the ongoing corona pandemic could not dampen sports director Michael Zorc’s mood: "We’re looking forward to this game and want to take something away from Rome. This is important. After all, we want to get through the group stage"said the sports director of the German press agency.

AC Milan have increased their lead in the Italian Serie A table despite the absence of star player Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Without the injured striker, Milan won 2-0 (2-0) against Fiorentina on Sunday and increased their lead in the Italian soccer championship to five points.

The first pursuer is now local rival Inter, who ousted Sassuolo to third with a 3-0 (2-0) win in the chase duel. The goals for Milan were scored by Alessio Romagnoli (17th) and Franck Kessie (27th / foul penalty).

SSC Napoli won 4-0 (1-0) against AS Roma on Sunday evening and honored their former playmaker Diego Maradona. There were minutes of silence before and during the game. Napoli also played in jerseys that, with their light blue and white stripes, were reminiscent of the shirts of the Argentine national team.

Lazio suffered a damper before the Champions League game at Borussia Dortmund. After the last eight competitive games without a defeat, the Romans lost 3-1 (2-0) at home against Udinese Calcio on Sunday. The 74th-minute penalty from top striker Ciro Immobile came too late for Lazio and was too little to turn the game around. The German-Turk Tolgay Arslan (18th), Ignacio Pussetto (45th + 3) and Fernando Forestieri (71th) had already shot out a clear lead for the guests who had had a weak start to the season.

Due to the defeat at home, Lazio is stuck in midfield of Serie A. In the Champions League, on the other hand, the Romans are on schedule with eight points from four games and could make their way into the knockout round perfect with a win in Dortmund on Wednesday. In the first leg, BVB had disappointed at 1: 3 across the board.

The Hamburg health authority is now also informing passengers of buses and trains about the correct behavior to avoid corona infection. On posters on the side windows, on passenger television and on the info screens in the stations, there are instructions on hygiene, keeping your distance and sneezing labels, said a spokesman for the authority. The information hotline 040 428 284 000 and the website www.hamburg.de/coronavirus are also referred to.

When asked whether traveling by bus and train posed a risk of infection, Health Senator Cornelia Prüfer Storcks (SPD) said: "There is a risk. All of life is a risk." The Senator considers anonymous gatherings of many people who come close in narrow, poorly ventilated rooms to be questionable.

The coronavirus is transmitted via a droplet infection, for example when someone sneezes, or via a smear infection when touching shared objects such as doorknobs, handrails or keyboards.

A laboratory employee at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) is being treated in the intensive care unit because of an illness with the novel coronavirus. A spokeswoman for the UKE announced on Tuesday that the man was transferred from Elmshorn Hospital to the UKE on Monday morning. It is currently being checked what previous illnesses he had. Initially, the NDR"Hamburg Journal" reported on treatment in the intensive care unit.

The infection of the man from Rellingen (Pinneberg district) was confirmed on Tuesday last week. He was initially in domestic isolation and his condition had been described as good. Health Senator Cornelia Prüfer-Storcks (SPD) had stated that he was one of the more distant contacts of a pediatrician whose infection with the Sars-CoV-2 virus was confirmed on the night of February 28.

By Monday, the health authority announced the number of corona cases in Hamburg as 22. A company doctor from the chemical company Helm AG was among those infected, as a company spokeswoman confirmed. According to the health authority, she was infected by a returnee from a risk area.

Three accidents on the motorways around Hamburg are to be repaired by the weekend. After the fire of a car on the B75 between the Wilhelmsburg and Kornweide junctions, the asphalt repair is planned for this Thursday. The traffic to the south will be guided past the construction site in one lane between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., the Autobahn branch north announced.

The interchangeable traffic system at the B5 crossing over the A1 in Billstedt is to be repaired on Friday morning. The facility directs traffic over the new southern B5 bridge with one or two lanes as required. The northern bridge is currently being renewed. Motorists must follow a detour during the repair.

On Saturday and Sunday, a noise protection wall on the A23 between Eidelstedt and Halstenbek-Krupunder is to be restored. At the end of September, a 60-tonne crane went off the road and hit the noise barrier. During the construction work between 6.30 a.m. and 5 p.m. there is only one lane available to drivers in the direction of Heide.

In view of concerns in France, Siemens boss Joe Kaeser has again advertised his company’s planned train alliance with the French manufacturer Alstom. It was a merger of equals, he told the French daily "Le Figaro" (Friday). "This is a great opportunity in a growing sector."

Alstom and the German Siemens group announced in September that they would merge their train divisions. This would mean that the German ICE and the French TGV would come from the same company in the future. Siemens is said to hold a slim majority in the company. This had sparked discussions in France. French unions are critical of the deal.

Kaeser assured: "Siemens Alstom will be a French company, based in France, listed on the French stock exchange and with a very good French boss." Alstom boss Henri Poupart-Lafarge should lead the merger.

Kaeser admitted that it is true that Siemens will have the majority of the capital. "But that will only show up once a year, at the time of the general meeting." In Germany, however, there are concerns because people will have to work for a French company in the future. "But above all, they will be members of a large family." At a meeting with the French economy minister and employee representatives on Thursday in Paris, he said: "Let’s not waste too much time on these topics. Because the world won’t wait for us."

The French unions at Alstom have spoken out against the planned merger of the train manufacturer with Siemens. "Siemens realizes a very nice operation: take control of the Alstom group without spending any money", criticized the four unions CFDT, CFE-CGC, CGT and FO on Tuesday in a joint position paper. They are firmly against the merger as proposed today. The project has great economic, industrial and social risks.

The companies announced in September that they would merge the Siemens train division with Alstom. The German Siemens group receives a slim majority in the new industry giant – this had sparked discussions in France. The deal is expected to close by the end of this year.

French employee representatives had already expressed concerns about job losses on several occasions. The companies have promised to waive termination for four years. The union declaration says that afterwards "a new dismemberment" the company "well imaginable" be.

In addition, the text throws the Siemens leadership "condescension" to Alstom’s European works council. It is very difficult to get information from Munich, said Claude Mandart of the CFE-CGC of the German press agency.

At Alstom, the European works council is still pending an opinion on the deal with Siemens. According to information from several trade unionists, the management needs a statement from this employee representative body in order to be able to move the project forward – whether the committee agrees or is against it has no consequences. The date is currently set for the coming week.

The SCS faces a difficult task against SV Halstenbek-Rellingen. SC Sternschanze lost 2: 1 against HSV Barmbek-Uhlenhorst II on the last day of the match. Recently, the SSV Rantzau Barmstedt Halstenbek-Rellingen brought the fourth defeat of the current football year. In the first leg, a goal made all the difference. At that time, SV H-R had won 3-2.

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Proof of the mixed performance of Sternschanze at home are 13 points from ten games. In the tableau there is still room for improvement for the hosts with eleventh place. So far, the team of coach Uli Brüning has won three points seven times. In contrast, there is a tie and twelve defeats. The SCS only recorded a single three in the past five games.

The SV Halstenbek-Rellingen has 44 points in the table position four. The defense of the guests (22 goals against) is one of the best that Hammonia has to offer.

The SC Sternschanze should pay particular attention to the offensive of Heiko Barthel’s team, which scores an average of more than twice per match. Sternschanze did not shy away from robust actions either. One gets the impression at least when looking at the card statistics, which show 48, one and one red card.

A big caliber is waiting for the SCS, the season of Halstenbek-Rellingen so far has been significantly better than the season of the SC Sternschanze.

Sources used: Fussball.de/Sportplatz Media

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