The broadcaster apologized Jimmy Fallon For employees in the scheme Tonight’s show After a new report said the work environment was toxic, Rolling Stone spoke to current and former employees of Fallon’s talk show, who accused the host of unprofessional behavior and a “very depressing atmosphere.”
After the report was released, Fallon and director Chris Miller addressed the staff in a virtual meeting Zoom inAccording to two employees cited by Rolling Stone,
Fallon apologized for the allegations in the report and said he “didn’t want to create that kind of situation on the show.” According to staff, Fallon said: “It’s embarrassing and I feel really bad. I’m sorry for embarrassing you and your family and friends.” “I want the show to be fun, inclusive, and I hope it’s a great show,” Fallon said.
“We’re very proud of the show,” an NBC spokesperson told Rolling Stone in a statement Tonight’s showProviding a respectful work environment is a top priority, and in any workplace, we have raised employee issues; “This has been investigated and action taken where appropriate and, as always, we encourage employees who feel they have seen or observed behavior that does not comply with our policies to report their concerns so we can address them accordingly.”
In Argentina… fear of random and dangerous plastic surgery
Cosmetic surgery is on the rise in Argentina, which is sometimes performed without any supervision, a reality highlighted by the recent death of an Argentine actress suspected of dying from side effects of this type of surgery.
Silvina Luna, who was 43 at the time of her death, appeared on the Argentine version of “Big Brother,” and the blonde, blue-eyed woman later launched a career that combined modeling and TV shows.
In 2011, Luna underwent surgery to increase the size of her buttocks, but she suffered from infections, complications, hypercalcemia, and kidney failure that left her hospitalized for weeks for a transplant, but she died at the end of August.
Her family’s lawyer, Fernando Borlando, said in early September, following an autopsy on her body: “No one can tolerate this amount of synthetic material in the body,” noting that he saw “how many solid materials appeared mixed in.” Human tissues were extracted from the body.”
Anibal Ludogi, the surgeon who operated on Luna, was sentenced to four years in prison in 2022, but was acquitted. He was banned from practicing his profession for five years after being accused of “malpractice” with four patients. Silvina.
After the death of the actress, other cases treated by Ludogi, who became famous as a “celebrity surgeon” 10 to 15 years ago, began to appear in public and were regularly hosted on television programs.
20 percent increase in 5 years
In August, former dancer Mariano Cabrarola died aged 49 of acute kidney failure and a heart attack. He, in turn, underwent surgery on his buttocks, which was performed by Ludogi, accusing the dancer of “injecting him to death.”
Polymethyl methacrylate was found to be responsible for the deaths of two former small screen stars.
Although this expensive material is allowed in plastic surgery, it is recommended only in certain quantities (teeth or artificial joints). It is currently sold in Argentina.
In an interview with Agence France-Presse, the Buenos Aires-based plastic surgeon, who wished to remain anonymous, said he had received previous patients who said Lodoki’s organs were “hard as stone, and the needle would break when injected.” in it.”
Silvina Luna’s case, which has sparked widespread sympathy in the country, has exposed some of the weakest aspects of the plastic surgery industry in Argentina, long considered the center of plastic surgery in Latin America along with Brazil and Colombia.
“There has been a 20 percent growth in plastic surgery in recent years,” pointed out Edgardo Beskert, president of the Plastic Surgery Society of Argentina.
One of the reasons for this high rate is the peso’s exchange rate against the dollar, which foreigners benefit from.
Biskert emphasized that the Covid-19 pandemic and social networks have “changed the equation”.
He added: “Many people spent their days in isolation, using the internet and looking at themselves in the mirror for long periods of time.”
He continued, “Social networks and phones that incorporate image-altering technology that can create face changes without undergoing surgery have created a huge desire among people to resemble altered images.”
Similarity to the “altered image”.
Maximiliano Gil Miranda, a surgeon who has been practicing the profession for 22 years, told Agence France-Presse that he has seen many patients show his picture and wish to resemble it. He had to patiently explain to them that this was not possible and that the “ideal” image was subject to change.
He pointed out that after successful rhinoplasty patients are reassured that all is well, but taking a selfie in a certain way distorts the shape of the nose compared to a normal photo. He said: “Things have become difficult to control…”
The expert confirmed that prices in the field have fallen by making plastic surgery “accessible to all social classes”. On the other hand, “lower-paid physicians are more interested in learning this more lucrative specialty.”
Plastic radiologist Carolina Marilouis told the agency that improved techniques and products are becoming increasingly available, “encouraging many people who are not experts in the field to get into it, maybe train in it.”
It specializes in monitoring and evaluating potential complications of previous cosmetic surgery.
She said: “My schedule is busy and with the media covering cases of plastic surgery, people have become more aware of it and are demanding ultrasounds to detect the nature of the product. injected into their bodies.
The international Irish artist Michael Camban, the hero of the English film series “Harry Potter” popular worldwide, has topped the trend on the global search engine “Google” due to his death a few days ago. Hour by hour, the number of clicks increased by citizens of the world and Kampan’s fans. Search the search engines to confirm the accuracy of his obituary.
Death of Michael Comban
The Guardian newspaper recently reported that the international actor and hero of the movie Harry Potter has died at the age of 80. Gambon suffered from pneumonia, after which his health deteriorated and he passed away this morning. Aged 82, it brought him back. One of his last works was in Alan Bennett’s The Habit of Art at the National Theatre, and weeks ago he was replaced by Richard Griffiths.
Irish international artist Michael Combon
Michael Gambon, the hero of the Harry Potter films and one of the most famous actors in the world, especially after his participation in the Harry Potter series, was born in Ireland in 1940 and presented the character “Albus Dumbledore”. Under the management of Laurence Olivier, the emerging nationalist later moved to cinema.
He won an Olivier Award, and his major film roles include Albus Dumbledore in the Harry Potter series. During his exceptional acting career, he gave roles that began at the New National Theater under the management of Laurence Olivier and later transitioned to cinema.
The Harry Potter series is the most popular of all time in the world and has a huge fan following. Among its most famous heroes are Michael Combs, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Tom Felton, Matthew Lewis and others.
Harry Potter series
The Harry Potter series mourns Michael
Actor James Phelps, who played Fred Weasley in the Harry Potter film series, heard the news and expressed his deep sadness at the death of a living legend in the film industry.
Iman Al-Youssef is a novelist and storyteller with an adventurous spirit, which makes her think about future literature. Her writings are full of questions and experiments, and she has managed to create a special approach for herself. Thinking about the taste and preferences of the readers towards a particular piece of literature and adapting it without fear or concern, this quickens his creative steps in the shadows of the arena. His literary work consists of about 6 works in novels and short stories. : “A Bird in a Fish Tank,” “Human Faces,” “Eggs of Eyes,” “Window,” “Guardian of the Sun,” and “Resurrection of Others.” He has also won awards. Some of his short stories, along with translations of some of his works, have also received theatrical treatment.Beginning with living languages, especially realistic literature, he moved to fantasy in search of new land and others. Faces appear in the stories of characters in a calculated manner, following a different flow of idea in its spirit by explaining it in the context of its expressive figures under the guise of mythology, superstition, superstition. and absurdity and contradictions that fantasy literature tolerates.
In his yet-to-be-published latest novel, “One Year of Solitude,” Al-Youssef captures unrepeatable scenes of the fate of one of the heroes of a popular novel that won the Nobel Prize and achieved untold sales. A calculated risk, she unleashes this hero and puts him in the heart of life, so that his heart beats with love. He lives in the most strange details in an unusual fantasy style, she chooses a difficult model in recreating the hero’s soul. Changing the course of her life, with a burst of creativity, she draws different rhythms in her fantasy world that reflects her desire to grow and experiment, her aesthetic style reveals contradictions that align with the story. Out-of-the-box ideas to refresh the reader’s memory with the heat of events, while at the same time they shade a core plastic sketch.
Having started his literary career in a short story tent, he could save many stories he wrote in different periods and find suitable time to include images, scenes and events with intimate content and publish them. Although he was more involved in writing novels in the past, he continues in his short story in a rhythm that mixes reality with myth to reflect his literary vision, in an intense narrative with the beauty of poetry and the fragrance of imagination. Her passion for short-story creativity has not dried up, so she records her thoughts and writes towards the future, where she spontaneously surrenders to the melodies of captivating storytelling and uses her ideas in the same fashion as she manipulates. … The novel is in antithesis.
Al-Yusuf believes that reading is the ink of the writer and one of the most important cultural projects in his life, so he is busy reading scholarly books and contemporary works of fiction, and tries to invest this interest in exploring the depth of historical writings. Knowing the interests of the nations, delving into the corridors of stories drawn from the source of imagination, until she hires them all… What she reads is a continuation of a thought-provoking literary project.