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Ed Sheeran Joins New York Subway Singer Mid Song: ‘You Just Made My Day’



You know what makes an Ed Sheeran cover even better? The surprise appearance of Ed Sheeran.

In video shared Instagram account @subwaycreatures, New York singer Mike Yung performs Sheeran’s new hit “Eyes Closed” at Brooklyn’s Church Avenue Station. Moments later, Sheeran himself comes up from behind and joins him.

“Wow,” says Jung, hugging Sheeran. “You just made my day.”

“I fucking love you,” Sheeran tells him.

After finishing the song together, Sheeran sweetened the deal by offering Jung two tickets to his show.

The British singer performed songs from his new album at the Kings Theater in Brooklyn on Monday.

Jung has gone viral several times for his performances at New York subway stations. In 2017, he participated in the 12th season of America’s Got Talent and reached the semi-finals. In the quarterfinals, he performed Sheeran’s hit “Thinking Out Loud”; a clip of him singing the same song in a subway station has been viewed over 5 million times.


‘On My Block’ spin-off ‘Freeridge’ canceled on Netflix after season one



Netflix canceled comedy series Freeridge after just one season. Diversity found out.

The half-hour show was a spin-off of the Netflix YA comedy series On My Block. The series was originally ordered back in September 2021 ahead of On My Block’s fourth and final season. Freeridge debuted its first and only eight-episode season on the streamer on February 2.

According to Freeridge’s official logline, it is “a coming-of-age comedy about sibling rivals Gloria and Inez and their friends Demi and Cameron who cast a curse, bringing dark misfortune to their lives.”

The cast included Kayla Monterroso Mejia as Gloria, Bryan Salaz as Ines, Tenzing Norgay Trainor as Cam, Ciara Riley Wilson as Demi, and Peggy Blow as Mariluna. Michael Solomon, Zaire Adams, J.R. Villarreal and Jean-Paul San Pedro also starred in the show, while Paula Garces, Eric Gutiérrez, Aimé Ikwuakor and Raushana Simmons reprized their roles from On My Lot.

The series was created by On My Block co-creators Lauren Jungerich, Eddie Gonzalez and Jeremy Haft, along with On My Block co-producer Jamie Ueshiro and On My Block co-executive producer Jamie Duner. They are all credited as co-creators and executive producers of the new series, with Jungerich serving as showrunner. Jungerich remains part of the overall deal with Netflix.

The current Netflix comedy roster includes hit shows like Cobra Kai, Upshaw and Emily in Paris, though Cobra Kai is currently gearing up for its sixth and final season.

Cobra Kai, The Upshaws, Never Have I Ever and Emily in Paris are some of the most popular and highly regarded comedies on television. This 90s show recently launched a successful first season. The streamer’s recent comedy series bookings include an untitled series starring Kristen Bell, an untitled series starring Ted Danson, and a third season of “Girls5Eva” as the show transitions from Peacock.

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A Few Reasons You Might Own a Fashionable Third Reich Tablecloth Collection



anus Pro Publica showed that billionaire and GOP mega-donor Harlan Crow showered Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for decades with expensive gifts and trips around the world, subsequent stories note that Crowe is an avid collector of Nazi memorabilia. . . . His Dallas mansion has two paintings of Hitler on display, signed copy My struggleand canvases embossed with a swastika. —Mother Jones

The fancy tablecloth of the Third Reich was a steal compared to the fancy tablecloth of the Confederacy.

You are sophisticated enough to separate art from the artist and/or the genocidal regime.

You are a filmmaker and you are writing an honors thesis on Leni Riefenstahl’s table manners.

You bought them as a thoughtful “cheer up” gift for your dear but troubled friend E.

You need them as props for your passion project, the Albert Speer biopic, because you’re Stanley Kubrick and you’re obsessed with authenticity and you’re still alive.

The use of Third Reich paper napkins contributes to climate change.

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You don’t put them on the market because you fear they might retain traces of Hitler’s DNA that unscrupulous scientists could use to clone him, or at least grow Hitler’s lab meat.

You’re worried that they might fall into the hands of neo-Nazi extremist waiters.

You preserve them as a reminder to future generations that elegant furnishings are no excuse for unspeakable evil.

The Nazi napkin drawer is the last place anyone would think to look for an Afikoman.

Whatever you say, they go great with Mar-a-Lago napkin rings. ♦

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The Stephen Smith Family Foundation has raised $100,000 amid the trial of Alex Murdo. What GoFundMe can teach us



Fundraising sites like GoFundMe are a sign of real support and hope for people. However, you should always be wary of potential scammers.


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