Friday, the 13thMay 13, 2016
Friday the 13th in Mercury Retrograde can turn out to be a very interesting day for you.
Use it to your advantage. How? You decide. For most people it is just another day.
In the end, Sharon and Ozzy are "addicted to the drama and each other" and yet, in these energies, she could changed her mind. There are people with emotional problems who are programmed for drama - everything else boring. Sharon may sense what I do - that Ozzy is not going to live much longer. Further, this seems financially driven and superficial. Ozzy having an affair? With all his meds and health issues, it's "hard" to imagine he can still function - blue pill or not.
Sharon and Ozzy reunited ... for now FOX - May 12, 2016
The world's most talked about Hollywood couple - Ozzy and Sharon Osborne - reunited at the Hollywood Palladium Thursday afternoon. With no mention of his rumored affair, Sharon took the stage to introduce Ozzy and other members of Black Sabbath. Ozzy and Black Sabbath announced their performance together for the 20th anniversary of Ozzfest. The crowd went wild with a mixture of cheering and booing as Sharon spoke. "I want to introduce you to some friends of mine. Ozzy Osborne..." She said. The 67-year-old rocker walked toward his wife and they embraced. Ozzy and Sharon both wore their wedding rings and he sported an electric blue jacket along with his classic sunglasses. At various times throughout the announcement, the crowd was chanting "Ozzy Ozzy Ozzy!" At the end of the musical tour announcement, photos were taken onstage. Sharon made her way to the middle to stand next to Ozzy and he put his arm around her in an embrace.
Music has long been used to bring humanity together. That's the idea behind the Eurovision Song Contest, which turns 60 this month. On Saturday, about 200 million viewers from across Europe are expected to watch the broadcast of the final, one of the world's longest-running and most widely viewed television shows. It will also be shown live in the United States for the first time (3 p.m. Eastern, Logo Channel). The competition, born during the Cold War, is organized by the European Broadcasting Union and includes countries beyond modern-day Europe. The pop performers are chosen at the national level before moving on to the continental contest. Maybe not surprisingly, regional allegiances can affect the outcome. A combination of professional jurors and telephone voting by viewers determines the winner. Because the rules forbid voting for one's own country, voters tend instead to choose their neighbors. New rules aim to address this bloc voting. Though the songs are often ridiculed by professional critics and many of the acts attract more fame for their over-the-top costumes and sets, a few winners have made it big, like Abba and Celine Dion. Europe may have its rifts, but for one weekend, at least, it will be united by music.
Lady Gaga is going to play Cilla Black in a Dionne Warwick biopic.
Warwick announced the new film based on her memoirs at Cannes.
Remember how Warwick revolutionized the psychic industry?