Another bts of Mrs Harris in Paris. 🚂
Another behind the scenes from Lucas Bravos Instagram!
Lucas Bravo posting some behind the scenes for Mrs Harris Goes to Paris.
Lucas Bravo with a fan via agijuhasz28 on Instagram.
some small die Ärzte BRAVO-scraps
Sorry for the bad quality they are just really tiny!
“Real Housewives of Orange County” star Kelly Dodd’s mom, Bobbi Meza has the coronavirus after her controversial pandemic comments H/T ET.
Meza wrote on Instagram on Saturday, “Prayers for my mother she has COVID-19.”
“Prayers needed for my mother,” he also wrote in the caption. “Thank you. She is in ICU.”
Dodd responded to a few comments on the post when some users criticized her. One comment reads, “Are you going to take covid more seriously now? Do you still think everyone is sheep? Do you still feel this is God’s way of thinning the herd? I hope she recovers and you learn from this.”
Dodd wrote back, “My mom is a diabetic and 71 of course I take Covid seriously!!”
When another user asked if her mom was OK, she wrote, “No she’s in ICU. Pray for my mom.”
In April, Dodd faced backlash when she commented on Instagram that the pandemic was “God’s way of thinning the herd.”
“Do you know how many people died from the h1n1 the swine flu or SARS?? It’s 25% get your facts straight you are only hearing the numbers not the reality!!” she wrote when one user criticized her for traveling. “If you are vulnerable or compromised stay inside if you don’t protect others by wearing masks and gloves keep your distance and don’t go out if you are ill!! It’s common sense!”
She later apologized.
“When I wrote that it’s ‘God’s way of thinning the herd,’ that’s not what I meant,” she said in a video posted on her Instagram Story. “What I meant was, 'Do these pandemics happen because it’s God’s way?’ I’m not God. I’m not insensitive. I feel bad for all the families that have lost loved ones, and I do think we should all stay at home and protect everybody. That’s not what I meant, and I want to apologize to anyone who got offended, OK? I’m sorry.”
But she later caused more controversy due to her comments while dining with her 14-year-old daughter, Jolie, in Orange County.
“Yay, we finally get to have a meal out,” Dodd said in an Instagram Story video. “Yay, no one is wearing a mask. I love it. Yay!”
“No one is wearing masks here in Orange County,” she continued. “Yup, because no one is dying here of the virus.”
She also posted on Instagram, “Putting on a mask to walk 10 feet through a restaurant then taking it off when I get to the table is one of the dumbest things I’ve done in my entire life and I’ve done a lot of dumb things.”
Dodd is currently married to Fox News senior correspondent Rick Leventnal.
“Se cresci senza che nessuno ti dica mai che sei bello o che sei bravo, senza una parola di conforto che ti rassicuri dandoti il tuo posto al sole nel mondo, niente sarà mai abbastanza per ripagarti di quel silenzio. Dentro resterai sempre un bambino affamato di gentilezza, che si sente brutto, incapace e manchevole, qualsiasi cosa accada. E non importa se, nel frattempo, sei diventato la più bella delle creature.”
— Ferzan Ozpetek
“Don’t be surprised, when Bela, Farin and Rod pretend the phone is broken at first ("Hello, hello, who is it?”) and the three of them mistake the BRAVO-phone for a dubious phone sex service! After that, they will chat about their open-air festivals and promise you an “orgasm-guarantee” at their gigs. Call the BRAVO-phone from July 7 to July 13 [199X] if you want to hear Die Ärzte.“
Dorit Kemsley in Vivienne Westwood circa 1990-1991 Corset
Depiction of François Boucher’s painting of Daphnis and Chloe printed on front panel. Shoulder straps feature classical motifs printed in gold and mauve and corset sides are of gold lycra fabric.
With BELA to the Disco
(article by a fan, published by BRAVO magazine)
“When die Ärzte gave two concerts in Vienna it was a must for my friend and me to see them live. Before the concert started we already encountered Rod. He smiled sweetly and said as a joke: "Don’t hit me. I love you.”. During the gig, Farin and Bela smiled at us constantly because we completely flipped out and danced like crazy. But the evening would become even better for us. An hour and a half after the concert we just went backstage and were greeted friendly by die Ärzte. Bela immediately embraced me for a photo together. He told us there was going to be an aftershow-party in the ‘Rock In’. We indeed met them afterward at the disco. They were in a really good mood and totally funny.“
Dannie Kogler from A-St. Andrä
The orange box says: "Bela first took Dannie into his arms, then to the disco”