♬ Topic, A7S – Kernkraft 400 (A Better Day)


The hard days are nearly over
And we’ve been hangin’ on
It feels like we’re getting closer
To dawn
We took the long way up to heaven
And got blinded by the lights
But as long as we’re together
I know it will be alright
I see a better day
I see a better day for you, for you and me, a-ayy
I see a better day
Yeah, everything is gonna change for you and me
I knew we were gonna make it
I never had a doubt
Soon we’ll be feeling weightless
Like clouds
We took the long way up to heaven
And got blinded by the lights
But as long as we’re together
I know it will be alright
I see a better day
I see a better day for you, for you and me, a-ayy
I see a better day
Yeah, everything is gonna change for you and me

♬ Topic & A7S – Kernkraft 400 (A better day)


The hard days are nearly over
And we’ve been hanging on
It feels like we’re getting closer
To dawn
We took the long way up to heaven
And got blinded by the lights
But as long as we’re together
I know it will be alright
I see a better day
I see a better day for you
For you and me, a-ayy
I see a better day
Yeah, everything is gonna change
For you and me
I knew we were gonna make it
I never had a doubt
Soon we’ll be feeling weightless
Like clouds
We took the long way up to heaven
And got blinded by the lights
But as long as we’re together
I know it will be alright
I see a better day
I see a better day for you
For you and me, a-ayy
I see a better day
Yeah, everything is gonna change
For you and me

♬ Alvaro Soler, Topic – Solo para ti


Sometimes I wonder if I should be medicated
If I would feel better just laying here sedated
A feeling comes so fast and I cannot control it
And I’m on fire, but I’m trying not to show it

As it picks me up, puts me down
Picks me up, puts me down
Picks me up, puts me down
A hundred times a day
Picks me up, puts me down
Chews me up, spits me out
Picks me up, puts me down

I’m always running from something
I push it back, but it keeps on coming
And being clever never got me very far
Because it’s all in my head
“And you’re too sensitive,” they say
I say, “Okay, then let’s discuss this at the hospital”

As it picks me up, puts me down
Picks me up, puts me down
Picks me up, puts me down
A hundred times a day
Picks me up, puts me down
Chews me up, spits me out
Picks me up, puts me down

But I hear the music, I feel the beat
And for a moment, when I’m dancing, I am free
But I hear the music, I feel the beat
And for a moment, when I’m dancing
I am free
I am free

Is this how it is?
Is this how it’s always been?
To exist in the face of suffering and death
And somehow still keep singing?
All like Christ up on the cross
Who died for us, who died for what?
Oh, don’t you wanna call it off?
But there is nothing else that I don’t wanna do
But to open up my arms and give it all to you

As I hear the music, I feel the beat
And for a moment, when I’m dancing
I am free
I am free
I am free
I am free

Mick Jagger had himself photographed outside a bar in Charlotte, North Carolina, where no one recognized him.

Who said Mick Jagger is world famous? It can happen to everyone to turn in some places without being recognized. Also to the frontman of the Rolling Stones, one of the most famous and iconic bands in history. This was demonstrated by the singer-songwriter himself, who on social media on September 30th shared a photograph of him with a beer outside a very small bar in Charlotte, North Carolina. A bar where, according to local newspapers, no one would have recognized him!

Immediately after a concert at Bank of America Stadium, the Stones took some rest and Jagger took the opportunity to have a beer in a tiny local bar. According to reports from Ultimate Classic Rock, the club staff confirmed that no one had noticed the rock star’s presence inside the bar. The enthusiasm was triggered by the post with the photo published by the artist on social media in the afternoon.

“Thirsty Beaver co-owner Brian Wilson informed me that Mick Jagger went unnoticed last night,” Joe Bruno, a reporte from a local broadcaster, explained on social media, sharing the singer’s post. Apparently the people to the right of him in the photo had also bought tickets to the Stones concert, but they didn’t realize that the band’s frontman was right next to them. Below is Jagger’s post with the photo that sparked an incredible media case.

The American singer and producer was found guilty of sexual abuse of many young women and underage girls: he faces life imprisonment

At the end of a six-week trial, US R&B singer and producer R. Kelly was found guilty of all nine counts he was charged with, including sexual abuse and exploitation and conspiracy to commit crime. This is Kelly’s first conviction, despite the first allegations of sexual abuse of underage women and girls against him dating back more than 25 years.

A total of 45 witnesses were involved in the trial, which was held in New York. The most crucial testimonies, however, were those of the eleven people – nine women and two men – who had accused Kelly, and who testified against him by describing numerous incidents of violence, threats and abuse, many of which occurred when they were minors.

According to the thesis supported by the prosecutors, with which the jury has shown agreement, for more than ten years Kelly would have used her fame to attract young women and underage girls interested in a career in music and then subject them to severe physical, psychological and sexual.

Among the charges of which he was found guilty there is also that of criminal association: the prosecution in fact claimed that the set of managers and assistants who helped Kelly to meet the girls (and then to ensure that they continued to remain under his control, obeying him without talking to anyone about what they suffered) constituted in fact a criminal organization. Kelly was also found guilty of violating the “Mann act”, a federal law that prohibits transporting a person outside the state borders for “immoral purposes” (the law dates back to 1910 and was made to combat trafficking. of human beings and the exploitation of prostitution).

This was not the first time Kelly had been on trial for sexual abuse of young women and underage girls.

The first time the allegations against him were widely spoken of was in 2000, thanks to a first investigation by the Chicago Sun-Times. Even before that, however, Kelly had been formally accused of having sex with underage girls, settling the lawsuits with compensation.

In 1994, when he was 27, Kelly made a lot of talk when he married singer Aaliyah, then 15: on the marriage certificate, the age of Aaliyah – who died in a plane crash in 2001, at 22 – had been falsified to pretend that she was of age. In 1995 the marriage was canceled. In 2002, however, he was accused of child pornography, when a video began to circulate showing him having sex with a fourteen-year-old girl. However, the girl who had accused him did not testify at the trial and in 2008 Kelly was acquitted of all 14 counts for which he had been indicted.

Things changed for him in 2019, the year in which the documentary Surviving R. Kelly was released, which collected many testimonies of young women who said they had been abused by him and made the allegations against him even more known and discussed. leading to his arrest.

R. Kelly, pseudonym of Robert Sylvester Kelly, is 54 years old and in his career he has achieved 12 platinum discs. He was most famous in the 90s and early 2000s thanks to singles like “I believe I can fly” and “Ignition”. He collaborated among others with rapper Jay-Z for two albums in 2002 and 2004 and with Lady Gaga for the single “Do what you want” in 2013.

As part of this trial, whose verdict will arrive on May 4, Kelly faces life imprisonment. At the same time, he remains involved in another federal trial in Chicago on child pornography and obstruction of justice charges, and has also been charged with sex abuse offenses in Illinois and Minnesota.

Alexander Volkanovski vs Brian Ortega confirmed for UFC 266

Reigning UFC featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski and Brian Ortega would face off in a match for the UFC 260 title.
However, Alexander Volkanovski’s positivity to COVID-19 prevented such a dispute, which was shelved pending a new date.

Their confrontation was then included in the plans of UFC 266, PPV of the month of September, and Dana White has confirmed it in the last hours. This will almost certainly be the new main event of the aforementioned card.

In April, Alexander Volkanovski and Ortega were announced as coaches of the current edition of The Ultimate Fighter.

The Australian is still undefeated in the UFC and is returning from a two-match streak against former champion Max Holloway.

Ortega returned to action last October after nearly 2 years of inactivity, defeating “The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung to then claim the coveted title shot at the featherweight belt.

Singer Kelly Price not missing, still recovering COVID-19, attorney says

Famous gospel singer Kelly Price was safe Friday night after being reported missing in the Atlanta area where she lives, her lawyer said.

Monica Ewing said she didn’t think Price was missing, but that she had gone to a “quiet place” to recover after being recently discharged from the hospital where she was being treated for Covid-19.

“She is safe,” Ewing said. She was discharged from the hospital with Covid and went to a quiet place trying to recover.

The lawyer claimed that Price has overcome Covid-19, but she still needs to get all the strength of her to perform.

“She must rest and begin the journey back to health,” she said.

Sergeant Wayne Delek, of the Cobb County Police in Georgia, confirmed that Price was the subject of a missing person report, but said no details will be released, including who reported her missing.

The 48-year-old singer talked about her contract with Covid-19 on an Instagram Video device on July 29: “Last night I wasn’t feeling well… It came back to me that I had Covid…. I have a lot of pain. I have no appetite. I am so weak. I can barely stay awake … “

He said she was “praying this would pass quickly”.

TMZ First I said that the singer is missing.

Price has achieved many gospel hits. In 1998, her song “Friend of Mine” reached number one Airplay R&B Adult Chart on Billboard.

’21-09-25° The Google doodle for Christopher Reeve on his birthday

Today’s Google doodle celebrates Superman star and advocate for the disabled, Christopher Reeve would have turned 69 today. Actor, director and advocate for the rights of the less fortunate, Christopher Reeve is today honored with a doodle created by Erich Nagler, artistic director of Google Doodles.

We all remember him flying on the screen wearing a fluttering red cape and with the iconic giant S on his chest. However, the title of hero probably owes him for what he did after his serious accident. Yes, because despite the doctors having called the injury one of the worst possible, Reeve showed strength of spirit, giving it all and promising that one day he would walk again.

Born in 1952 and died in 2004, at the age of 52, Reeve is known to the general public for having starred in the 1978 film Superman after overcoming the other two eligible candidates, Marlon Brando and Gene Hackman. The role earned him a BAFTA Award in 1979 as the best promising newcomer and has definitively opened the doors of the cinema. Perhaps not everyone remembers him, but the man was paralyzed from the neck down after a horse accident – in 1995 – which compromised his spinal cord.

After rehab, he resumed his acting career, starring in a 1998 TV movie remake of Backyard Window, which earned him a Screen Actors Guild Award, and starred in two episodes of Smallville. He also became a supporter of spinal cord injury research and founder of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. In 2004, after a long battle, he suffered cardiac arrest and went into a coma before dying. Christopher Reeve’s doodle The doodle for Christopher Reeve shows the actor sitting in his wheelchair with the skyline of a city behind him.

The hidden word “Google” is formed by the clouds in the sky and the wake of a flying figure behind him. When word got out that Reeve had begged his wife to let him die, the actor responded with a firm denial. “I have not given up. I will never give up.” After his accident, he became a powerful advocate for people with disabilities and increased funding for medical research.

Android, ‘billions’ of more secure devices within a few months: here’s how Google will do it

Google has announced a very important change regarding the privacy protection of users who are still using devices that are no longer supported by Nino Grasso published on 20 September 2021, at 11:31 am in the Telephony channel GoogleAndroid Google recently announced that it will implement a new privacy protection feature not only on the latest terminals, but also on older devices that are no longer supported. The feature, which will be integrated on “billions of devices” by the end of the year, allows you to automatically restore the permissions of apps that have not been used for months. In this way, the apps installed on smartphones and tablets will no longer have permission to access sensitive device functions (microphones, storage units, geolocation and much more) unless the user chooses to reactivate the permissions following the request. of the same app. The novelty will be implemented on all devices with Android 6.0 (API level 23) or later, and which have Google Play Services installed, up to devices with Android 10 (API level 29). Google explained that “starting from December 2021 the feature will be expanded to billions of devices”, and that it will be “automatically enabled” on all eligible models based on the specifications we have reported above. On these devices, users will be able to access the new settings on automatic permissions reset and enable or disable the feature on the basis of each individual app: “The system will automatically begin to reset the permissions of apps that are no longer used a few weeks after the feature is launched on the device “, explains Big G. Automatic reset of permissions on Android apps, what you need to know The automatic restoration of permissions on Android will be enabled automatically starting in December, with the distribution of the news that will go on until the first quarter of 2022 and should be completed by the second quarter. The new APIs of the “auto-reset” function have already been released to developers in Beta for a few days, and will be proposed – according to current plans – in a “stable” version starting from October. The automatic restoration of permissions on older devices is certainly a welcome change to improve the security of an obsolete device that could contain sensitive data in a minimally invasive way. Google is increasingly trying to tackle the problem – one of the oldest – of its mobile operating system, and in July it had begun to warn users of devices with Gingerbread and below (2.3.7) that they would no longer have access to their own. Google account. Android is now installed on over 3 billion devices around the world, at least based on data released by Google itself during the last Google I / O conference. Securing all Android 6 smartphones, which was released in late 2015, and later, may seem like an impossible task to complete, especially considering that older models are probably no longer supported by their respective manufacturers for some time. Google’s latest move is to eliminate security problems with these devices, or at least reduce them as much as possible.

Emmy Awards 2021: See the full list of winners

Kate Winslet, Jason Sudeikis, Jean Smart

It was a shiny night for England-set shows and British actors at the Emmys.

Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso, which led all comedies with 20 nominations, claimed four trophies on Sunday night at the 73rd annual ceremony honoring excellence in TV. The feel-good story of 2020 centered on an American football coach (Jason Sudeikis) who moves to London to coach a professional soccer team in the Premiere League. When the game was over, Lasso netted statuettes for Outstanding Comedy Series, Lead Actor (Sudeikis), Supporting Actress (Hannah Waddingham), and Supporting Actor (Brett Goldstein).

On the drama side, The Crown, which was tied with The Mandalorian for the most-nominated drama series (24), began collecting jewels early and often. The Netflix drama that explores the reign of Queen Elizabeth II pulled off a trio of sweeps: Olivia Colman and Josh O’Connor won Lead Actress and Lead Actor, Gillian Anderson and Tobias Menzies triumphed in the supporting categories, and the show also nabbed writing and directing statuettes. Including wins at the Creative Arts Emmys, The Crown tallied 11 wins.

British actress Kate Winslet also wound up at the podium: The Mare of Easttown star claimed the Lead Actress prize in the Limited Series category, with co-stars Evan Peters and Julianne Nicholson emerging victorious in the Supporting categories. London-born multi-hyphenate Michaela Coel scored a writing Emmy in the limited series category for her work on I May Destroy You. And another Brit, Ewan McGregor, scored a surprise win in the Lead Actor in a limited series category for Halston. And let’s not forget Last Night with John Oliver, which claimed two awards.

The Cedric the Entertainer-hosted ceremony — which was held with a limited audience at L.A.’s Microsoft Theater, a departure from last year’s largely Zoom affair in the middle of the pandemic — was not kind to heavily nominated genre series WandaVision, The Mandalorian and Lovecraft Country, which never made it to the podium. (All three had better luck at the Creative Arts Emmys.) Things went much better for newcomer HBO Max comedy Hacks. In a category where three quarters of the Outstanding Comedy nominees were new — the beloved standup series starring Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder triumphed in the Lead Actress category (Smart) and edged fellow freshman Lasso in the writing and directing categories.

While this year’s field of nominees was the most diverse to date, all major acting awards went to white performers. RuPaul did make Emmy history for the most wins by a person of color as RuPaul’s Drag Race claimed its fourth consecutive Emmy trophy for Outstanding Competition Program. Elsewhere, The Queen’s Gambit won the limited series prize, Hamilton emerged victorious in the variety special category, and Debbie Allen was honored with the Governors Award. Scroll down for a complete list of winners.

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Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

Kate McKinnon, Saturday Night Live

Cecily Strong, Saturday Night Live

Aidy Bryant, Saturday Night Live

Rosie Perez, The Flight Attendant

Hannah Einbinder, Hacks

WINNER: Hannah Waddingham, Ted Lasso

Juno Temple, Ted Lasso

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Bowen Yang, Saturday Night Live

Kenan Thompson, Saturday Night Live

WINNER: Brett Goldstein, Ted Lasso

Brendan Hunt, Ted Lasso

Nick Mohammed, Ted Lasso

Jeremy Swift, Ted Lasso

Paul Reiser, The Kominsky Method

Carl Clemons-Hopkins, Hacks

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie

Jean Smart, Mare of Easttown

WINNER: Julianne Nicholson, Mare of Easttown

Kathryn Hahn, WandaVision

Phillipa Soo, Hamilton

Renee Elise Goldsberry, Hamilton

Moses Ingram, The Queen’s Gambit

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie

Daveed Diggs, Hamilton

Jonathan Groff, Hamilton

Anthony Ramos, Hamilton

Thomas Brodie-Sangster, The Queen’s Gambit

WINNER: Evan Peters, Mare of Easttown

Paapa Essiedu, I May Destroy You

Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series

The Boys (Rebecca Sonnenshine, Episode: “What I Know”)

WINNER: The Crown (Peter Morgan, Episode: “War”)

The Handmaid’s Tale (Yahlin Chang, Episode: “Home”)

Lovecraft Country (Misha Green, Episode: “Sundown”)

The Mandalorian (Dave Filoni, Episode: “Chapter 13: The Jedi”)

The Mandalorian (Jon Favreau, Episode: “Chapter 16: The Rescue”)

Pose (Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Steven Canals, Janet Mock, Our Lady J, Episode: “Series Finale”)

Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series

Bridgerton (Julie Anne Robinson, Episode: “Diamond of the First Water”)

The Crown (Benjamin Caron, Episode: “Fairytale”)

WINNER: The Crown (Jessica Hobbs, Episode: “War”)

The Handmaid’s Tale (Liz Garbus, Episode: “The Wilderness”)

The Mandalorian (Jon Favreau, Episode: “Chapter 9: The Marshal”)

Pose (Steven Canals, Episode: “Series Finale”)

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

WINNER: Gillian Anderson, The Crown

Helena Bonham Carter, The Crown

Emerald Fennell, The Crown

Ann Dowd, The Handmaid’s Tale

Yvonne Strahovski, The Handmaid’s Tale

Samira Wiley, The Handmaid’s Tale

Madeline Brewer, The Handmaid’s Tale

Aunjanue Ellis, Lovecraft Country

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Michael K. Williams, Lovecraft Country

Bradley Whitford, The Handmaid’s Tale

Max Minghella, The Handmaid’s Tale

O-T Fagbenle, The Handmaid’s Tale

John Lithgow, Perry Mason

WINNER: Tobias Menzies, The Crown

Giancarlo Esposito, The Mandalorian

Chris Sullivan, This Is Us

Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series

The Amber Ruffin Show

A Black Lady Sketch Show

WINNER: Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Saturday Night Live

Outstanding Variety Talk Series


The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah

Jimmy Kimmel Live

WINNER: Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

Outstanding Variety Sketch Series

A Black Lady Sketch Show

WINNER: Saturday Night Live

Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series

The Flight Attendant (Steve Yockey, Episode: “In Case of Emergency”)

Girls5eva (Meredith Scardino, Episode: “Pilot”)

WINNER: Hacks (Lucia Aniello, Paul W. Downs, Jen Statsky, Episode: “There Is No Line”)

PEN15 (Maya, Erskine, Episode: “Play”)

Ted Lasso (Jason Sudeikis, Brendan Hunt, Joe Kelly, Episode: “Make Rebecca Great Again”)

Ted Lasso (Jason Sudeikis, Bill Lawrence, Brendan Hunt, Joe Kelly, Episode: “Pilot”)

Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series

B Positive (James Burrows, Episode: “Pilot”)

The Flight Attendant (Susanna Fogel, Episode: “In Case of Emergency”)

WINNER: Hacks (Lucia Aniello, Episode: “There Is No Line”)

Mom (James Widdoes, Episode: “Scooby-Doo Checks and Salisbury Steak”)

Ted Lasso (Zach Braff, Episode: “Biscuits”)

Ted Lasso (MJ Delaney, Episode: “The Hope that Kills You”)

Ted Lasso (Declan Lowney, Episode: “Make Rebecca Great Again”)

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

Aidy Bryant, Shrill

WINNER: Jean Smart, Hacks

Allison Janney, Mom

Kaley Cuoco, The Flight Attendant

Tracee Ellis Ross, Black-ish

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

WINNER: Jason Sudeikis, Ted Lasso

Anthony Anderson, Black-ish

Michael Douglas, The Kominsky Method

William H. Macy, Shameless

Kenan Thompson, Kenan

Outstanding Competition Program

The Amazing Race

Nailed It!

WINNER: RuPaul’s Drag Race

Top Chef

The Voice

Outstanding Directing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

Hamilton (Thomas Kail)

I May Destroy You (Sam Miller, Michaela Coel, Episode: “Ego Death”)

I May Destroy You (Sam Miller, Episode: “Eyes Eyes Eyes Eyes”)

Mare of Easttown (Craig Zobel)

WINNER: The Queen’s Gambit (Scott Frank)

The Underground Railroad (Barry Jenkins)

WandaVision (Matt Shakman)

Outstanding Writing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie

WINNER: I May Destroy You (Michaela Coel)

Mare of Easttown (Brad Ingelsby)

The Queen’s Gambit (Scott Frank)

WandaVision (Chuck Hayward, Peter Cameron, Episode: “All-New Halloween Spooktacular!”)

WandaVision (Jac Schaeffer, Episode: “Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience”)

WandaVision (Laura Donney, Episode: “Previously On”)

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie

WINNER: Kate Winslet, Mare of Easttown

Michaela Coel, I May Destroy You

Anya Taylor-Joy, The Queen’s Gambit

Elizabeth Olsen, WandaVision

Cynthia Erivo, Genius: Aretha

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie

Paul Bettany, WandaVision

Hugh Grant, The Undoing

WINNER: Ewan McGregor, Halston

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton

Leslie Odom Jr., Hamilton

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

Emma Corrin, The Crown

WINNER: Olivia Colman, The Crown

Uzo Aduba, In Treatment

Elisabeth Moss, The Handmaid’s Tale

Jurnee Smollett, Lovecraft Country

Mj Rodriguez, Pose

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Regé-Jean Page, Bridgerton

Sterling K. Brown, This Is Us

Billy Porter, Pose

Jonathan Majors, Lovecraft Country

Matthew Rhys, Perry Mason

WINNER: Josh O’Connor, The Crown

Outstanding Variety Special (Live)

Celebrating America – An Inauguration Night Special

The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards

The Oscars

The Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show Starring The Weeknd

WINNER: Stephen Colbert’s Election Night 2020: Democracy’s Last Stand Building Back America Great Again Better 2020

Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded)

Bo Burnham: Inside 

David Byrne’s American Utopia

8:46 – Dave Chappelle

Friends: The Reunion

WINNER: Hamilton 

A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote

Outstanding Comedy Series


Cobra Kai


Emily in Paris


WINNER: Ted Lasso

The Flight Attendant

The Kominsky Method

Outstanding Drama Series

The Boys


WINNER: The Crown

The Mandalorian

Lovecraft Country


The Handmaid’s Tale

This Is Us

Outstanding Limited Series

Mare of Easttown

I May Destroy You


WINNER: The Queen’s Gambit

The Underground Railroad