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An figure skater just did his short program on Happy Ending at the Canadian Skating Championships

"Grace Kelly" and "Happy Ending" were both featured on America's Got Talent tonight! My heart is bursting with joy right now!☺️☺️

Okay so I've just returned from a ski trip in Italy and Fedez was on the radio a lot and one time we were having lunch in a mountain restaurant and Beautiful Disaster came on and I swear I almost did

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Ice cream in a kids program. They say:

 

Què seria un estiu sense gelats? El Mika ho va tenir clar i li va posar "Ice Cream" a una cançó que va escriure un dia d'estiu a Itàlia on, per cert, fan uns gelats molt bons. 

 

What would be a summer without ice cream? Mika was clear about it  and put "Ice Cream" to a song that he wrote in Italy in a summer day where, by the way, they make some very good ice creams.
 

https://www.ccma.cat/tv3/super3/rat-rank/mika-ice-cream/video/5882603/

 

 

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Tomorrow night this guy has to imitate Mika on a spanish TV show. We'll see the result 

 

 

 

In English!? 😂 Yes @_JorgeGonzalez_, it will be a great challenge to imitate ‘Mika’ and we are sure that you will do it  just as well as always 👏
 
 

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Love Today was played at the start of Hollyoaks today! But it's really annoying when the characters talk over the song, I was enjoying it too much! I'll try and get a video unless someone else shares it first 😊     

 

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Can't seem to find a video yet :(

Hollyoaks is my favourite soap, I often hear Mika's tracks in it. 

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On 9/14/2008 at 4:41 AM, ohwowitsnicka said:

this might have been mentioned, but love today was on "privileged".

 

Privileged (2008)
Season One episode One (1x01) Pilot

 

Love Today at the opening. :thumb_yello:

 

 

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Love Today was played at the start of Hollyoaks today! But it's really annoying when the characters talk over the song, I was enjoying it too much! I'll try and get a video unless someone else shares it first 😊     

 

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Can't seem to find a video yet :(

Hollyoaks is my favourite soap, I often hear Mika's tracks in it. 

 

Hollyoaks

10th March 2020

 

Love Today at the beginning.

 

 

 

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On this weeks episode (Season 3 Episode 15,  I think it was about half way into the episode) of Siesta Key on MTV (in the USA :usa: ) they played part of Stay High.  They always put a "Now Playing" box at the bottom of the screen with the artist name and song title which is nice so people will know who it was.  I was excited to hear it :yay:

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NETFLIX

 

The Eddy 

https://www.netflix.com/jp/title/80197844

 

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Damien Chazelle’s Netflix Series Isn’t Really Damien Chazelle’s

 

The Eddy brings together a group of talented performers, but they don’t always make beautiful music together.

 

André Holland and Tahar Rahim in The Eddy. Lou Faulon for Netflix

When Ryan Gosling’s trad-jazz die-hard got a gig playing with populist John Legend in Damien Chazelle’s La La Land, the look on Gosling’s face suggested that he’d sold his soul. But when a disgruntled bride sends a message to the jazz combo in the Netflix series The Eddy—whose first two episodes Chazelle directed—demanding they play something her wedding guests have actually heard of, the band switches gears without a beat and puts as much of their energy into playing crowd-pleasing pop (specifically Mika’s “Elle Me Dit”) as they do their own music.

Although Chazelle’s name is most prominently featured, The Eddy isn’t really his show. After some apparent hedging on Netflix’s part, writer Jack Thorne gets sole “created by” credit, and the direction of the eight episodes is split four ways, between Chazelle, TV veteran Alan Poul, and Laïla Marrakchi and Houda Benyamina, both Parisian residents of Moroccan heritage. The Eddy is set in Paris, centered around a jazz club of the same name run by expatriate and ex-pianist Elliot Udo (André Holland), who quit both the U.S. and music after the death of his son. Although he doesn’t play anymore, Elliot remains an artist at heart, which is why the actual business of running the club falls to his friend Farid (Tahar Rahim), whose ill-fated decisions set the series’ plot in motion. That plot, which eventually involves Russian mobsters and several run-ins with the Paris police, is the thread that holds The Eddy together, but it’s also the weakest and least interesting part of the show—which, to its credit, seems fully aware of that fact. While Elliot and his struggles, which also include trying to connect with his wild, drug-abusing daughter, Julie (Amandla Stenberg), are constant throughout, the show shifts focus with each episode, most of which are titled for the character they follow. (The last is called simply “The Eddy.”) Two of the best, “Jude” and “Katarina,” center on characters who up to that point have barely figured in the narrative, like a musician stepping out of the darkness to give a show-stopping solo.

The trouble with The Eddy is it keeps confusing its received ideas of what’s dramatic with what’s actually interesting. The show keeps putting Julie in peril, getting her wasted and then sending her running through the streets asking strangers for coke as her father frantically searches for her, but there’s more genuine feeling in the quiet conversation they have later, when Elliot gently probes the depth of her knowledge about the history of black American artists taking up residence in Paris. There’s a depiction of Muslim funeral rites that’s breathtaking in its lyrical solemnity, and a wake that’s equally breathtaking in its expressions of joy. The stories come and go, sometimes without resolution, and that can be frustrating, but it also feels true to life. It’s just a shame that what’s pushing those stories out of the frame is a half-baked murder mystery and an equally canned plot about the Eddy’s house band trying to land a record deal.

The Eddy’s songs are written by Randy Kerber, who plays the band’s pianist, and Glen Ballard, a longtime pop producer best known for co-writing Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill—an odd pairing that results in some not especially memorable songs. That would be less of a problem if they didn’t feature so prominently. (There’s an extended performance segment in just about every episode.) But the way the music fits into The Eddy’s narrative is its smartest and most satisfying quality. Most of the band is made up of professional musicians with no acting experience, and the actors in the cast, namely Holland, Stenberg, and Joanna Kulig, who plays the band’s singer, either have musical backgrounds or have put in enough practice to hang with the pros. I was often reminded of Robert Altman’s Kansas City, which keeps breaking away from its underworld plot to watch some of jazz’s contemporary greats put their spin on bebop classics (and even more of his great, lost Jazz ’34, which does away with the plot altogether). The songs tend to repeat—you hear the title track and one called “Barfly” numerous times—but they function like reprises in musical theater, their moods evolving to fit where the characters are at that point in the story.

Music is what binds The Eddy’s characters together, but it’s more than that. It’s the community they inhabit, the water they swim in. Toward the end, there’s a moment when a character who’s been exiled from the band listens to one of their recordings at home and plays along with it, alone and yet not quite. It’s a powerful and—given the particular environment into which The Eddy is being released—especially moving reminder of how music can bring us into intimate contact with people we might never meet, even if we’re just listening to it and not making it. Fiction can do that too, of course. It’s just too bad The Eddy spends so much time trying to fill the air with notes, when it’s the space between them that gives them meaning.

 

 

 

 

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Is a video to educate the little ones about cleaning measures.My sister found it and sent it to me. Do you recognize the music? :fisch:There're people who still think that this song is for kids, more or less than Ice -cream. Well, everyone has their own interpretations. Mika should ask for copyright :naughty:

 

 

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I think this movie has not been posted.

 

:france:

Les Profs 2

A French film in 2015 wikipedia https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Les_Profs_2

Any Other World par Mika de 2007 (dans le bus, Boulard se souvient de ses instants passés avec Vivenne).

 

Sorry, YouTube blocked in Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg. 

 

Any Other World at 1h20 in this movie.

 

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