Lil’ Kleine immediately sees the child’s wish come true, Domien Verschuuren isn’t going on a date yet, and Roxeanne Hazes gets all of Twitter over her. An overview of the entertainment world last week.
Good intentions: almost everyone has them. In 2019, you really want to exercise more, eat less, do more things with the family, enjoy more, work less and so on.
Somewhere halfway through the year, you find that even though the scale indicates a different number, it just doesn’t jump in the right direction. You think: drinking less still hasn’t happened as you pour yourself another glass of wine. And taking more rest will indeed come sometime, it’s just not very convenient now.
Lil’ Klein is different from others: he immediately tackles his good intentions. If he says on Monday that he wants to become a father, he announces on Tuesday that he has succeeded. It’s taking the initiative!
The 24-year-old rapper and his five-year-old girlfriend are not only engaged, but will also become parents for the first time in 2019, to a son. Lil’ Kleine, whose real name is Jorik Scholten, is incredibly proud of Jamie Vaes. “What a woman of the world you are and how grateful I am that you will carry our baby.”
Where Jorik was previously busy spending money on expensive watches, cars and extravagant dinners, all attention will now be on Lil’ Nog Kleiner. On social media, he says that from now on his life will be about Jamie and his unborn son.
Also nice: good friend Ronnie Flex hasn’t been a dad for very long, so the two dads can soon go for walks together with strollers. The hits may no longer be about drinks and drugs, but about diapers, child support and sleepless nights.
Jorik and Jamie have something to look forward to in 2019, but champagne toasts are not happening: apple juice with bubbles is also quite festive.
Not now (yet).
Tinder, Happn, Bumble, Lexa, Relatieplanet and Inner Circle: If the internet is to be believed, it’s almost impossible to be single these days. How can you not find the best partner on earth when there are so many opportunities to meet her or him (online)?
Domien Verschuuren, who saw his relationship fail this year after eleven years, has really tried a few things. In November, he already said that he has sometimes swiped left and right. “Yes, the offer is fine. I think the first line of the bio is especially important before I like someone.”
Domien then also said that he had already had a date, but it was nothing for him for the time being. We are now a month later, and it turns out: Domien is still not ready.
“I don’t feel like it. I now feel good with family, friends and girlfriends, there is no new love for me yet,” says the radio DJ, who is regularly linked by fans to Qmusic colleague Marieke Elsinga. The two have said on air that they also want to go on a date with each other.
Domien also immediately mentions the switch from 3FM to Qmusic as the highlight of the past year. “It made me feel really good. I had to think about it for a long time. Was it the right decision? Did I make it at the right time? But luckily it felt good from the first broadcast.”
Whether Qmusic will offer him more than work, we will undoubtedly find out in 2019. When is that date with Marieke planned again?
Nice anonymous ridicule
The biggest heroes are on the internet: nowhere is it so easy to wish people dead, to curse or vent. You can remain anonymous behind your screen, and that way no one will ever know the extent of your dislike of the neighbor or the length of your angry blogs about former colleagues.
Sometimes people seem to forget that there is actually someone reading all those horrible messages. Especially when it comes to famous people: yes, they receive hundreds of messages a day, but you can count on them seeing a very large portion of them and also being hurt by the things in them.
Of course, Roxeanne Hazes can talk about it: She regularly receives hateful messages that she would rather ignore, but she sees them. It happened to her after participating in The smartest person last week, where she had to compete against NU.nl’s Chris Helt in her first episode. She didn’t win and, according to some tweeters, knew very little.
“A mollusk has more historical knowledge”, “André didn’t really help Roxeanne’s overall development” and “The smartest person is through the smart candidates”: Roxeanne was confronted with very harsh words.
She reacted furiously on Instagram. “We managed to get our happiness out of putting others down. Applause for that! Yet I still see it as something very, very sad. What a lonely existence it must be when you have bile spitting on the web as a daily routine.”
Bee RTL Boulevard Didn’t they think it was a little strange that Roxeanne should be used to something by now? Roxeanne thinks it’s nonsense. Why should she be used to it just because she’s been around the world for a while?
Her participation in the quiz i Top 2000 a Gogo didn’t help her image much either. Twitter was shocked when it emerged that Roxeanne had a translated version of her father’s hit I live my life the way I want could not recognize. How could she be so stupid? And again it went off. “You would think they would be after The smartest done with quizzes.”
Peter R. de Vries knows the solution to all of Roxeanne’s problems: “The best cure is just not to read it.”