Celebrity Birthdays

18 Feb 19
Dances on the Footpath

Earlier this month, I thought of writing another birthday post for a certain great cabaret dancer who, though much revered among my blogging and YouTube friends, actually met a terrible decline and died poor. A few days later, I found out it was the death anniversary of a fine actress from ’40s Hindi films (and […]

18 Feb 19
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18 Feb 19
Boston Herald
hhd@get.creators.com (Holiday Mathis) Are you already starting to catch feelings? As the Pisces sunbeams invigorate the emotional realms, what was interesting yesterday transforms into a visceral call to action. Those intriguing ideas we played around with become full-blown pursuits. The “might-likes” become “must-haves.” ARIES (March 21-April 19). You respond to realness and are hypersensitive today to anything not in the category, especially when it’s coming from a familiar source. Anything that seems out of character will be taken as a red flag. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). With your keen sense of direction, you’re unlikely to get lost in the city or the woods, but you might feel lost in cultural conditioning, an invisible maze best navigated with your spiritual true north. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Expectations cannot always be managed. Sometimes imagination grabs the hand of passion and runs away before any reasonable limits can be communicated. Look for the wisdom in naive flights of fancy. It’s there somewhere. CANCER (June 22-July 22). In every interaction, the first step is to set the scene. It will be set anyway, but maybe not in the way that puts you in the best light. So be deliberate. What’s the impression that will set you up for success? LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You’re not new to the situation. You’ve had time to assess the limits and risks. You’ve learned what’s necessary and what you can do without. You’ve earned the right to use shortcuts of familiarity. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Try a different role, even if it’s not the one you feel destined for. You do your job better once you’ve seen it from the position of the boss, the customer, the competitor and more. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You’re so cooperative by nature that you may assume others share your amenability. But many people have to be reminded. The best way to do this is to ask for help. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). If asked, say yes. If not asked, volunteer — because today the job at hand is sure to tap a well of your unused potential, awakening you to something new inside you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Being in a crowd gets easier the more crowds you’re in. It’s one way to get in touch with your humanity, a connection that’s readily lost in the modern age. Get your ticket to go mix with the masses. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Your whispering mind, the word on the street, the experts and prognosticators — all go spinning tales about the latest outcomes, though no one knows for sure. All the stories have one thing in common: They are stories. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You are whole. So give your attention, because it feels good to give and because it’s your nature to love. You don’t need to trade your attention for partnership or validation, because you’re already whole. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). When you set out to contribute the best inside you, the world can’t help but open up to you. People might be skeptical at first. But once they figure out your genuine intent, they’ll change their tune. TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Feb. 18). Out of respect for the people you’re with, you’ve been reluctant to focus on yourself. But there’s a way to fulfill your role and still give consistent high-level attention to what you want. You tap into that, as well as a new way to hone and apply your talent to lucrative effect, and you make a lifestyle shift that gives you more time for fitness. Libra and Gemini adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 3, 1, 11, 4 and 26. ON PUBLIC PERCEPTION VS. SELF-PERCEPTION: Taking On a Spiritual Maxim The guru touched my forehead and said, “What others think of me is none of my business.” And I went home in a daze about how to best apply this wisdom. I am a pleaser. I want to be liked by all. I want to see some sort of validation in every last eyeball. When I don’t get it, I pay attention. I dwell there. Why don’t they like me? Why-y-y-? And how can I change it? That the guru would home in on my tendency to seek external validation made perfect sense. Yet the more I tried to apply the salve of this spiritual wisdom the worse I felt about my mixed approval ratings. This message that was supposed to be a rung in the ladder to my enlightenment became instead a spiral staircase down to the depths of my obsession with approval. “What others think of me…” OMG, they are THINKING of me? No-o-o-o-! What? What are they thinking? Seeing as gurus can be very hard to contact for a follow-up visit (they book up), I had to take matters into my own hands. Continued in tomorrow’s column. See you there! CELEBRITY PROFILES: According to birth time and the particulars of a given year, babies born Feb. 18 may be either Aquariuses or Pisces. Actor John Travolta was born in the final degrees of Aquarius, and he uses his uniqueness to elevate his characterizations to iconic status. Having both Mercury and Venus in empathetic Pisces is an excellent aspect for artistic morphing into a character’s mind. Write Holiday Mathis at HolidayMathis@gmail.com. COPYRIGHT 2019 CREATORS.COM Last Updated: Thursday, Jan 24, 2019 09:41:40 -0800
18 Feb 19
someday came suddenly

It was, without a doubt, the worst birthday I’ve had. Yes, I was in Venice, this city promising romantic suspension of disbelief. The obligatory gondola ride made me feel warmth, as did every attempt my Mom made at ascertaining the source of my unhappiness. I don’t remember why it was that summer specifically that I […]

18 Feb 19
Gentlemans Portion

The second evening of our 10-day Mediterranean cruise began with such promise. But it quickly went downhill when I tried to keep up with our twenty-something off-spring and party into the wee hours of the morning.

18 Feb 19
The Page

Jim Smeal/REX/Shutterstock; Twitter Miranda Lambert made a surprise reveal on Saturday about her current relationship status.”In honor of Valentine’s Day I wanted to share some news,” the country singer wrote on Instagram. “I met the love of my life. And we got hitched! My heart is full. Thank you Brendan Mcloughlin for loving me for…. […]

18 Feb 19
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18 Feb 19
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18 Feb 19
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Word spread quickly that Lebron James had arrived on Saturday night, and that Kendall Jenner and her boyfriend Ben Simmons were there, and that maybe — just maybe — Beyoncé would show up later on. So a crowd developed on the sidewalk along Fifth Street, with handfuls of gawkers gravitating up from the area near […]

18 Feb 19
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Jim Smeal / REX / Shutterstock; Twitter Miranda Lambert surprised on Saturday about her current relationship status. "In honor of Valentine's Day, I wanted to share news," wrote the country singer on Instagram. "I met the love of my life and we hated it, my heart is full, thank you Brendan Mcloughlin for me to […]

18 Feb 19
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18 Feb 19
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Episode 40 Final insert . . Zenzele The day I have been dreaming about is finally here the weird thing is I didn’t feel nervous about anything. I was actually happy. I was already at the alter and waiting for my lovely bride. The way I proposed was actually funny, with the way she was […]

18 Feb 19
Nerd News Now

Happy birthday Becky Ann Baker, born February 17, 1953. Becky Ann Baker, formerly known as Betty Gelke, is a television, film, and stage actress from Fort Knox, Kentucky, who played the Nechani guide in the Star Trek: Voyager episode “Sacred Ground”. Baker has also made guest appearances on L.A. Law, Frasier, Sex and the City, […]

17 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
CAN-CAN dancer Michaela Rondelli has revealed how she gets her kicks out of entertaining superstars including Celine Dion — as she helps the Moulin Rouge celebrate its 130th birthday. The stunning Scot is a glamourous showgirl at the world-famous cabaret show in Paris which has been attracting the biggest names in showbiz and royalty since it opened in 1889. Michaela Rondelli is a glamorous showgirl at the Moulin Rouge in Paris Michaela does two gruelling shows a day, six days a week at the venue with the iconic red windmill on its roof — and even performs on Christmas Day. But all her hard work and dedication paid off when last month she got to strut her stuff in front of her idol — Titanic singer Celine. The 25-year-old says: “I have been a Celine fan all my life — I’ve always loved her. “So I couldn’t believe it when I was told she would be coming to the show. “I could actually see her from the stage watching us and then we all met her afterwards. She was truly lovely and asked us all about our jobs. She got to perform to her idol Celine Dion The show attracts big showbiz names “But you honestly never know who will pop in. We had Seal in recently and then Steve Tyler from Aerosmith. The actress Teri Hatcher was in along with loads of famous French celebrities too. There always seems to be someone famous coming to see us backstage.” Michaela is from the village of Almondbank, Perthshire, where she was raised by mum Jackie along with her twin Luca and older brother Gino. Even then she always knew what she wanted to do when she grew up. She says: “I started dancing at six years old and even back then told my mum that I was going to be a dancer.” Headstrong Michaela left home at 16 to study at the prestigious London Studio Centre where she earned her BA Honours degree. Michaela left home at 16 to study dance She says: “I grew up in about a week because Almondbank is really small and London is so vast. My mum worried but she also knew she didn’t have a choice. I was going to dance school.” When the pretty brunette graduated at 19 she started working all around the world. She explains: “I went to Germany, which is really big for dancing and variety shows, and then to Venetian Sands resort in Macau in China. “I also worked onboard Costa Cruises and was paid to perform as a dancer in Ibiza nightclubs too.” However, it was arriving in the French capital four years ago that would change her life. She says: “I came to Paris because it’s the home of the showgirl. She insists it’s a family show despite the sexy scenes “I was working for a rival cabaret but I remember the first night I went to the Moulin Rouge I said ‘Oh my gosh — I need to be in this show’. It’s the most-famous cabaret on the planet. It’s so prestigious — everyone knows of the Moulin Rouge.” But she was in for a culture shock when she joined the 60-strong chorus line in 2016. She says: “Everyone starts off learning the Can-Can. That’s actually the hardest thing to do as it’s really fast and lasts really long — then you jump straight into the splits.” Each Moulin Rouge girl’s elaborate costume features hundreds of Swarovski crystals and costs a staggering £100,000. Up to 900 guests pay anything from £90 to £225 including dinner for the two-hour show. Shocking moment Scots cheerleader kicks passerby square in the FACE as she practises dance routine with pals Risqué routines include dances with live pythons, high kicks, plus awe-inspiring acrobatics and juggling in the circus section featuring clowns, conjoined twins and six miniature horses. Then there are the topless routines — where the girls strut around in cutaway bras. Progression in the show is left strictly to artistic director Janet Pharaoh, who says her girls need: “Legs up to your ears and pert boobs — figures that will leave spectators spellbound.” Luckily Michaela fitted the bill. She says: “I do the nude line as well. “The first time I wasn’t nervous at all. It just felt totally normal as I was surrounded by my colleagues.” And despite the sexy scenes Michaela insists it’s very much a family show — with even her mum and brothers taking their place in the audience. She says: “Kids from as young as six are allowed to come. “My brothers and mum came to see it too. I have no problem at all with that. “In fact I love it because it makes you try to perform even harder.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”76″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] However, the gruelling routines have taken their toll on her body. She says: “I had hip surgery last Christmas. My physio said it was like the injury Sir Andy Murray had but fortunately I didn’t need a new hip and, after a clean out of the joint, I’m back doing the Can-Can again.” Single Michaela lives on her own in a loft apartment “just five minutes’ walk” from the Moulin Rouge in the centre of Paris. And she says: “Growing up all I did was dance classes. I never went to sleepovers or parties because I usually had an event on the next day. “Living in Paris makes all the sacrifice worth it. “And meeting my idol Celine Dion has definitely been the cherry on the cake.” matt.bendoris@the-sun.co.uk We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@thesun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200  
17 Feb 19
TODAY NEWS

AN intimate video of singer Nicole Scherzinger with ex Lewis Hamilton…