Love tattoos for Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck
Wwe see a pattern here. “Das goldene Blatt” writes about Andrea Sawatzki and calls her “the Berliner by choice”, and Brigitte Grothum is also a “Berliner by choice”. Stefanie Hertel is the Bavarian by choice Daniela Katzenberger the “Mallorquin by choice”, Harald Krassnitzer or – you don’t hear that very often now – “Wuppertaler by choice”. Why does the paper feel it has to emphasize so often that all these people live where they live of their own free will? Are there possibly also a lot of forced Wuppertalers who would much rather move to Düsseldorf, for example, but can’t afford it? In any case, we hope that our readers have just made themselves comfortable in the place of their choice and are enjoying their newspaper, regardless of whether they are from Walldorf by choice or from Walpertskirchen by choice.
Bavarian by choice with a lakeside villa Helene Fischer, whose choice is of course regularly questioned by the gossip magazines. This time it’s “leisure week” that proclaims a “drama” about Fischer’s daughter: “Paradise by the lake becomes hell” is her headline. The magazine doesn’t have the wretched paparazzi in mind, but rather: “Red foxes are multiplying rapidly in the region.” And threaten to spread the fox tapeworm, which very, very rarely infects people, but that’s enough for a headline. A year and a half ago, “Bunte” had already sighted “millions of nasty killer mosquitoes” at the said lake, and we remember: It was only 17 years ago that a problem bear lurked around in Bavaria. Do something, Söder, before Helene Fischer officially becomes an ex-Bavarian!
Paris Hilton is a Beverly Hills resident by choice
A Beverly Hills resident of choice Paris Hilton, who has moved into a new villa there with seven bedrooms and eleven bathrooms. “The hotel heiress shells out a whopping 160,000 US dollars a month for the rent,” says “Bunte”, and we find that really surprising: that a Paris Hilton lives for rent. Interesting idea that at the end of the year she is arguing with her landlord about the utility bills. But maybe you have to save in Los Angeles as well; with Hilton’s property, it would make sense to sublet two or three bathrooms.
The name that Hilton gave her newborn son also seems fairly down-to-earth to us: in line with family tradition, a big city was chosen, although this time not a glittering metropolis like London, Tokyo or Paris, but Arizona’s capital, Phoenix. If we, too, unexpectedly had another son, we would take this as an example and not name him Berlin or Munich, but – let’s say – Detmold.
A philosophical perspective on the subject of housing
Pop singer Marianne, who quotes “Frau mit Herz” with the sentence: “We are only for rent in our body.” Some of us would like to move into a larger, more beautiful and less refurbished choice body, but the Unfortunately the market is closed. So we stay in our compulsive body and usually only move out when it is already quite a dump.
The singer Ben Zucker, who according to the “Neuer Blatt” lost “almost 20 kilos during the lockdown”, has reduced his living space. “His recipe: leave out the sugar, intermittent fasting and exercise.” With this stage name, leaving out the sugar borders on self-denial – maybe he should rename himself so as not to be constantly reminded of the old vice. We find Ben Broccoli quite sonorous. And as far as exercise is concerned: “In the morning I already walk 20,000 steps through my apartment just to check my e-mail,” says Zucker. Goodness, how many emails does the man get a day? Or is he just reading so slowly?
Two American show greats have given their facades a new coat of paint: “So that singer Jennifer Lopez (53) and Hollywood star Ben Affleck (50) can also remember their marriage promises from 2022 every day, both had a love tattoo on Valentine’s Day ‘, writes ‘The Golden Leaf’. For her there was an infinity sign with her name and an arrow, for him both initials with arrow hearts – and quite honestly: To us it looks like barbecue skewers. So also very down to earth. Maybe Affleck’s and Lopez’ children were allowed to design the motifs as a sign of great family love.
A “Bunte” reader once again deals with the lost son Prince Harry, who consults the psychologist Bertold Ulsamer to assess his case: “Ulsamer advises changing the attitude towards the parents. It is helpful to write a letter to your father or mother, but you should not send it. Writing helps you to admit that you were hurt as a child.” In principle, Harry did the same, whose letter to his father became an entire book. Unfortunately, he accidentally sent it.