dying Zhanna Friske came to the salon to do the last hairstyle

Since the death of Jeanne Friske five years. The singer died from brain cancer June 15, 2015. Three months before his departure, the actress last seen with his close friend and stylist Vlad Lisova. A dying star came to him to do last in my life the hair.

Vlad Lisovets openly talked about his last meeting with Zhanna Friske. They were friends for many years, and met when the singer came to the “Brilliant”. The stylist worked with the girls, responsible for their images.

When Jeanne was engaged in solo career, she continued to chat with Vlad. Of course, he knew about her illness. Three months before death, the artist had realized what was happening to her. It was the hardest treatment, just returned from America. “Then she came to herself, for a short period, we all cheered… and That’s when Jeanne decided to come to the salon to get a haircut,” said the stylist.

While Vlad gently suggested to her friend: “Maybe home? Maybe in a closed space?”. But he sharply said, “No, don’t.”

According to him, she came to herself. Administrators, clients were all in some kind of shock at the sight of Pink. “By the time Joan lost weight, but still was great, had a limp, walked with a cane. I ran out to her car, wanted a hand, but she replied: “No, I myself.” I was dumbfounded,” continues his confession Lisovets.

Jeanne was in the salon, everyone smiled and said Hello as if nothing had happened. Then asked, where her to sit down. “I gathered strength and asked: “Jeanne, what can I cut?” And she answered: “Yes, without a difference. I still don’t see anything”“- quoted by stylist website mk.ru.

This situation, as admitted Vlad, he divided his life into before and after. When she left the salon, had a terrible tantrum.

“It was awful. I cut his girlfriend, who sees only a silhouette, which has virtually no hair… can You imagine? What force will it was. I’ve seen other people with tears looked at us, because everybody understood the situation, and everyone could see horror on their faces. In the head spun this phrase: “anyway I don’t see anything”. It was not said with self-pity, it was in our style, so cynical, ridiculous, stupid”, he concluded.


Supercapacitors could be the stinkfruit’s second career.

Asian durian smells tremendous, but also has more pleasant sides. Carbon gel obtained from the fruit can be used to build supercapacitors.

Supercapacitors are high-performance energy storage devices and are just as suitable for cell phones as for electric cars. The next generation of these powerhouses could grow on the trees in Asia and end up under the bonnet of the Tesla.

VMaybe even Elon Musk will soon get a taste of it. Just like a few hundred million Asians: For them, the stinkfruit Durian is a delicacy. For Musk, it could be the solution to a problem. Because the gooseberry offers what engineers around the world are currently looking for. Your porous fruit pulp could save energy better than any other natural material. Australian scientists already dream of turning the Durian into a sustainable high-performance energy storage.

Research teams have long been trying to develop an alternative technology for conventional batteries. There are good reasons for this: Large quantities of rare and expensive raw materials such as lithium are required to manufacture batteries. In addition, for many of these substances there are not only procurement problems, but also disposal and recycling problems. At the same time, the demand for high-performance energy storage is increasing rapidly. From cell phones to electric cars – energy is the engine of the future, without energy there is no progress, the needs of a growing world population cannot be met. The climate crisis, driven by fossil fuels such as oil and coal, requires renewable energy sources.


named the reason why Markle hid her feet

Frame from the series “Force Majeure”

Frame from the series “Force Majeure”

Before becoming the wife of Prince Harry, few heard about the third-rate actress.

The cameraman, who worked closely with Meghan Markle before she met her husband, Prince Harry, said that even before that she was called “the princess” because of her heavy character and constant vagaries on the set.

She appeared on the set surrounded by a retinue and “rolled out” tough demands, among which were not to remove her feet.

By the way, after Markle took off her shoes during a trip to New Zealand in 2018, it became clear why she did not want her legs to “light up” in the cell. Attentive fans noticed that she had an operation to remove a “lump” on her big toe.

Prior to this, the operators, who managed to work with Megan on the set of “Force Majeure”, came to the conclusion that Markle “hates his feet.”

In addition, she demanded that expensive champagne be brought to the site and given her all the footage for approval, as if she were a superstar.

“She was rude, arrogant and very demanding,” the operator says. “When I first saw her, I didn’t know who it was, although she acted like a movie star, how she addressed people and dictated the rules,” he continues.

“She appeared, lowering the baseball cap on her eyes, head down, and then proceeded to the dressing room. You would think that she is a superstar, which the paparazzi are hunting for, ”the operator recalls.

“However, this did not impress me. Everyone thought that she behaves like a highly sought-after actress, but she did not even reach the level of street theater, ”said the ex-colleague of the duchess.

“It was like a caricature of a superstar, because real celebrities are usually very sweet and natural in communication, unless, of course, they have a bad day,” the operator quotes Daily Mail.

Earlier it was reported that the expert named the cause of the conflict Markle with the servant.


PORTRAIT. Arié Elmaleh, a career in the shadow of Gad

The scene holds an important place in the life of Arié Elmaleh. After spending his youth in Casablanca, he attended the Rond-Point theater in Paris and the Studio in Asnières-sur-Seine. In 1993, the young man of only 18 years began on the boards in The Head of Others, by Marcel Aymé.

Subsequently, he played Sophocles, Molière, Shakespeare or Ionesco. And even occurs with his companions in the city. In Irresistible, in 2007, with Virginie Ledoyen, then in The parakeet, in 2017, a comedy on married life, with Barbara Schulz, met on the set of Mystery of the lake (TF1). “The couple is a gold mine. We are told that after the play, the show continues at home for part of the audience! “, he confided to Figaro.

Irresistible in “He already has your eyes”

The small screen succeeds, especially since The trainee, with Michèle Bernier, on France 3, series in which he played an examining magistrate “A little psycho, up to the endian like me”, he liked to joke then – he who made a Deug of law and would rather have seen himself a lawyer.

Present in the credits of You will live my daughter or H24, he recently triggered hilarity at each of his appearances in He already has your eyes, on France 2, where he embodied the little barred godfather of little Benjamin. We finally find him tonight in the shoes of a commander of the SRPJ of Bordeaux for Murders in Corrèze, on France 3, a character willingly ironic.

In “Chouchou” with Gad in 2003

Comedy is thus omnipresent in his professional life – What is this family? ! and What is this granny? ! by Gabriel Julien-Laferrière, success at the box office. But he doesn’t collaborate much with his brother Gad – they shared the poster of Pet in 2003 !

A common project has however been under discussion for years. Nevertheless, the agreement is good. We regularly see Arié with his family at the premieres of his brother’s shows. And, if the notoriety of the cadet is less, he does not hold it against his elder. “People are more and more interested in telling me about myself. But it still pursues me a little. I was told recently, “I really like what you do, especially your brother!” “, he evokes, amused.

Murders in Corrèze, at 9:05 p.m., Saturday May 2, on France 3


Soloist Little Big Sophia Tayurskaya shocked with pictures before losing weight

Looking at the soloist of the popular Little Big group Sofya Tayurskaya, it is hard to imagine that this miniature brown-haired woman could have problems with being overweight. However, the 28-year-old singer decided to show how she looked before losing weight.

Sophia Tayurskaya loves to experiment with her appearance. It appears in provocative outfits, demonstrating mouth-watering forms. Fans are often interested in how their pet keeps fit. The other day, the singer made a live broadcast with her followers. The audience once again asked whether the Little Big vocalist has always been such a beauty.

Sophia did not hide and showed bold pictures before losing weight. In a girl in a red ball gown, it is almost impossible to recognize Sophia.

Tayurskaya did not say how much she weighed before losing weight. However, judging by the pictures, she had to lose about 30 kgPhoto: Personal archive

Tayurskaya was born in Irkutsk, from childhood, was engaged in music. In the family, she was the youngest, third child. Her childhood passed in the Arkhangelsk region in a small town Novodvinsk. After school, the girl moved to St.Petersburg.

During her studies, she worked part time, speaking in a cafe and karaoke. In college, the girl was overweight. She could not get rid of extra pounds for a long time. I followed a diet and went in for sports. Gradually, all efforts brought results.

Fans were shocked by what they saw Photo: Personal archive

Fans were shocked by what they sawPhoto: Personal archive

Now the singer’s height is -164 cm, she weighs 54 kg. At the same time, Tayurskaya did not say how much she weighed before losing weight. However, judging by the pictures, she had to lose about 30 kg.

Fans were shocked by what they saw. Many do not hide their admiration for such a sharp transformation of the idol. Moreover, the public noticed that at the beginning of her career, the girl’s head was decorated with a thick long scythe. Now Tayurskaya most often loosens her hair. The singer is a real decoration of the St. Petersburg team.

LITTLE BIG SKIBIDI (official music video)..


Lessons on how to deal with crises

Dusseldorf At the beginning of the two thousand years, Frank Thelen was left with nothing: The entrepreneur had credit debts with the bank, had to lay off employees, and file for his company Twisd Bankruptcy. Back then he rode on the IT and software wave, wanted to bring his company to the stock exchange. But then the dotcom bubble burst – and with it Thelen’s life plan.

Thelen no longer knew what to do next. He never cared about money, he says, but now he couldn’t even buy a used Golf. The worst thing for him: At a time when he should have supported his parents long ago, he moved back to the Hotel Mama. “May I eat with you?” – He didn’t even have money for food.

As bad as the defeat was: Today Thelen is one of the best-known German tech investors, the founder of a series and an expert in demand from entrepreneurs. He put money into successful start-ups like the flight taxi company Lilium or the mobility app Mytaxi (today: Free Now), especially in the early phase.

Thelen’s biggest defeat may have been 20 years ago. In the corona crisis, the example is still more relevant than ever. Everywhere in the republic, founders have existential fears. Even companies that have been successful for decades are facing the end. Tens of thousands of people are on short-time work and can no longer service loans, while others feel lonely in their home office.

There are also concerns about whether friends and relatives will fall victim to the virus. “It has reached a level that pushes many people to their limits,” says neuroscientist Raffael Kalisch from the Leibniz Institute for Resilience Research in Mainz.

In a study released this week he and other European researchers have investigated the consequences of the pandemic on human psyche. The result: Almost 90 percent of the 5000 respondents are stressed by the lack of social contacts, a good 60 percent by the new work situation, for example in the home office, or about as many by family conflicts.

Kalisch fears that the pandemic will increase depression and anxiety. It is all the more important for managers and employees to improve their mental resilience or their “resilience”, as experts like to put it.

The technical term originally comes from materials science, describes the resilience and resilience of materials that are deformed and then return to their original shape. The longer the crisis lasts, the more important it is for people to get back to their original strength.

Experts advise that the crisis should even be seen as an opportunity – as investor Thelen did. But how can the defeats be overcome? How do managers and employees get out of the lack of motivation?

Rosberg’s retreat to the hotel room

Nico Rosberg can answer some of the questions. He does not want to compare his bitterest time as a racing driver with an entrepreneur whose life’s work is now threatened with existence. But he sees parallels: in 2015 he lost to competitor Lewis Hamilton for the second time in the fight for the world title. Rosberg doubted himself, thought that his dream would never come true.

“I locked myself up in the hotel room for a day, thinking in the dark,” he says. The greatest hope came from their own thoughts. He did a lot of mental training. “It became increasingly clear to me that I have to seize this opportunity now.”

One should not remain in the “dark spiral”. Especially in difficult moments, it is important to ask for help and to look for mentors. Rosberg got new motivation from the defeat. “It wasn’t even clear to me that I was able to do this,” he recalls.

Nico Rosberg (Formula 1 World Champion)

“Especially in difficult moments, it is important to get help, to find mentors.”

(Photo: all4prices)

A finding that many experts confirm. “Sometimes stress experiences can even create strengths in a person that the person concerned did not previously consider possible,” says psychologist Michael Kastner, head of the Institute for Occupational Psychology and Occupational Medicine in Herdecke. At Rosberg, going in and out led to success: the next season, the 34-year-old won seven races in a row – became world champion.

Today Rosberg also knows the entrepreneurial perspective. After the World Cup title in 2016, he ended his career. Now he employs 18 people in his family office in Monaco: to maintain the Nico Rosberg brand, for sponsorship and press work – and to make investments, just like a year ago in the e-scooter rental company Tier Mobility.

But the Berlin start-up is badly affected by the crisis. Tier wanted to bring more powerful scooters to the market. Due to the worldwide contact and curfews, hardly anyone borrows scooters. Rosberg still sees opportunities. He believes that animals can benefit from social distancing because “fewer people will take the bus” – and possibly switch to scooters.

Seeing opportunities in a crisis, making the best of the difficult situation – that’s what experts recommend to become more resilient. The current survey by the researcher Kalisch shows that people get through the corona crisis best when they try to assess the adversity positively and to think, communicate and act optimistically – provided they do not trivialize the situation.

On the other hand, people who only see the catastrophe come into a vicious circle of negative feelings and become mentally ill in the long run. Those who have existential fears may find it difficult to find positive facets. But that is exactly what is going to go further, says Kalisch: “Those who focus on their strengths and look for productive solutions will grow in the crisis.”

Thelen demands a new mentality

Star investor Thelen is also afraid that he will no longer be able to think positively in this country. “You are declared crazy,” he says. As so often, Thelen refers to the example Tesla. He also drives the electric car from Silicon Valley. “They accelerate and optimize their entire production facility.” That is why German medium-sized companies have to dare to invest right now – in order to bring the next product generation onto the market after the crisis.

For Thelen, a new mentality is needed on the executive floors. The German DNA is to get two to three percent better every year. “No one is allowed to lose, no Dax CEO wants to have a bad quarter,” says Thelen. But it also had to be okay if things didn’t work.

In order to try new things, it is important to maintain a culture of error. You just have to “pack a lot of capacity into innovative business models,” says Rosberg. Just like with his company Team Rosberg Engineering (TRE), the chassis developer that his father Keke once founded and in which the junior is involved. The company expanded the simulation area during the crisis.

“We proactively approached people who were not yet customers and had previously focused very much on physical testing,” explains Rosberg. In this way, TRE can become a crisis winner, he believes.

This is the right way for consultant Jutta Heller. The 58-year-old specialized in resilience years ago. “Companies must now think in a solution-oriented manner and adopt a proactive attitude.”

What Heller means can be seen in many places: swimwear manufacturers no longer manufacture bikinis, but respiratory masks, car manufacturers help build parts for respiratory machines, trade fair construction companies manufacture acrylic glass panes for infection protection. Companies that are so adaptable that they can even move away from their core business are considered crisis-proof.

And then Rosberg speaks about a term that is currently filling entire advice shelves: “Purpose” – which in German means “purpose” or “purpose”. And that is extremely important to get through such phases, says the former racing driver. The employees should come first – and only afterwards sales and profit striving.

What sounds like a slogan has actually brought him further. “This gives a company a lot of strength” and strengthens the team spirit, says Rosberg. “Working together is a huge power that you have to take advantage of.” In the crisis, this works via telephone or video conferences.

Frank Thelen (investor)

“We all fall down. The difference is who gets up again. “

(Photo: Dietmar Gust on behalf of Handelsblatt)

For expert Heller too, meaningfulness is a key to resilience: “If employees know why they are doing something, this gives them support and orientation in the crisis.” In Hellers coaching, managers and employees can train resilience. You can actually learn resilience, but experts also assume that some people have a certain level of resilience.

Thelen also thinks that when he stood with his back to the wall in 2000, he should have been looking for a safe job. But he was enthusiastic about a new software framework and started programming. “I shouldn’t have done that because my bankruptcy was in the background.”

But he did. And it got him out of the crisis. Even more: out of nowhere he created a world market leader in a small niche – the online photo service IP Labs. In 2008 Thelen and his partners sold the company to Fujifilm. He no longer had any money worries.

But what helps him? Knowing that even the tallest fall. “The difference is who gets up again.”

Assistance: Claudia Obmann

More: Listen to the complete conversation with Frank Thelen and Nico Rosberg in the podcast here.


Armin Laschet on the corona exit: “As popular as never before”

WORLD: Mr. Laschet, are we building a redistribution and nationalization republic here with the spending of tens of billions?

Armin Laschet: If the state almost completely paralyzes public and economic life due to a pandemic, then the state must also have concepts to start it up again. And now it is important to keep the damage caused by the pandemic as low as possible – health, economic and social. It is easier to close everything than to gently develop resuscitation concepts.

WORLD: What does this spending program also mean together with the aid for Europe for the German taxpayer? Or even better: for generations of German taxpayers?


Avalon Aardoom has to end short track career with heart defect

“It’s hard to bear that it was for me”: Avalon Aardoom can no longer hit the short track ice cream.
Image: Imago

When Avalon Aardoom was little, her heart beat 300 times a minute or more. Nevertheless, she wanted to be world champion in the short track. She was on the right track. But from one second to the next, all their dreams are destroyed.

Avalon Aardoom was in France, somewhere in the Pyrenees. On the way to one of those goddamned peaks when her body ended her skating career. It was summer, June, a few days ago, Avalon had traveled to France with the other Dutch national short trackers. It was supposed to be an ordinary training camp – and an ordinary training camp meant one thing for short trackers in summer: cycling until almost the thighs burst.

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Avalon passed out from the ergometer during the performance test before the training camp, but that didn’t matter. In December, a fall on the ice had shaken her brain once, and she had to stop for a few months. In addition, these performance tests were brutal, the other short trackers had to vomit, Avalon just fainted. She was extremely familiar with this.


Summer vacation: Despite Corona, school trips are well booked

Germany summer holidays

Despite Corona, youth trips are well booked

Alone on a long journey – millions of students and trainees across Germany are looking forward to it. At the beginning of the year, children’s and youth tour operators registered bookings growth – and despite the Corona crisis, there are hardly any cancellations.

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Bettina Seipp

For this reason you should under no circumstances cancel now

Summer time is the main holiday season. It is uncertain whether travel will be possible in view of the anti-corona measures. Politicians and tour operators have very different opinions.

GThe German schoolchildren have an endless vacation this year. Which is not only due to the Corona crisis, but also to the particularly early start of the summer vacation.

There is only three weeks between Whit Monday and June 22, when Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is the first federal state to distribute school certificates; Hamburg, Berlin and Brandenburg followed shortly thereafter. In Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg, the summer vacation starts at the end of July and extends into September. But whether and where the students can go is still open.

This is not because of the children’s and youth travel organizers – “We are currently busy busy forming travel groups, keeping holiday camps and camps up to date, recruiting and training supervisors,” says Juliane Körner, Managing Director of Jugendreise.de.

Tour operators expect a clear signal from politicians

The fact that there is still a lot of uncertainty in the industry and among customers is “to blame for the politicians who still do not have a clear corona exit strategy”.

At the latest “at the beginning of June, or even better at the end of May”, the Dresden tour operator warns during the WELT conversation, “the federal and state governments must have decided whether they will relax the travel and contact restrictions. Both we children’s tour operators and the various camp operators need a clear signal from politics to be able to open the camps for the first holiday children on time in the fourth week of June. ”

As the bookings in February were already higher than in the previous year and there have been hardly any cancellations since then, “we have reached the minimum number of participants for a number of trips or are about to do so. We look forward to every further booking, which creates planning security for us, but also for the customers. Because we expect that the demand for youth travel will quickly exceed the offer as soon as the federal government gives the green light for summer travel. “

Worldwide travel warnings do not deter everyone

What if summer trips are not possible? – “If the federal and state requirements remain, the booked trips will be canceled free of charge,” says Juliane Körner.

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The competitors of Kiju-Reisen.de, Call youth travel and GO youth travelwho also continue to accept bookings unchanged. Customers are “currently focusing on offers in Germany,” says Kristina Oehler from Ruf, the market leader for travel for children and young people, “although trips abroad can also be booked”.

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April 9, 2020, Austria, Sankt Gilgen: A jetty at Lake Wolfgang is empty. From mid-May, restaurants and hotels are expected to reopen. The Austrian government has adopted numerous measures and laws to contain the corona virus. Photo: Barbara Gindl / APA / dpa +++ dpa-Bildfunk +++

There are adolescents who are not deterred by the Foreign Office’s worldwide travel warning: “Young people tick differently, Corona is for them today and now, and there is still a long way to go for summer.” However, the Foreign Office’s travel warning should remain , the organizers would have to cancel the trips abroad.

How do you protect children from the corona virus?

Oehler is optimistic about summer travel within Germany, and like Juliane Körner, she believes that the number of bookings will increase quickly once the Corona requirements are relaxed. Because in the meantime, “some parents are driven by pure fear of how to bridge the holiday, for example because they have already tapped their holiday account to look after the little ones and the grandparents cannot help in the foreseeable future”.

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The question remains how the organizers want to protect children and young people traveling alone from being infected with the corona virus? – “The way schools are doing it now. If there are no infections in the classrooms and schoolyards in the next few days, we will do the same; the schools are our blueprint, so to speak, ”says Lena Eggers from GO Jugendreisen. And of course all organizers would adhere to the required hygiene and distance requirements.

According to the BundesForum, almost 15 million children and adolescents between the ages of three and 26 are usually traveling outside their family association every year, with 75 percent of these trips taking place domestically.

This is what future travel could look like

Trips abroad still seem far away. If the positive trend in infection numbers continues, vacations could become possible again. However, only under strict rules.

Source: WELT / Katharina Kuhnert