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German Singer Nena

'Memba Her?!

1/14/2009 4:41 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Gabriele Susanne Kerner became famous as her alter-ego Nena with the 1984 hit single "99 Luftballons." Guess what she looks like now!



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How weird..she now runs a school that doesnt separate students by grade or age? Whats next no difference in making out by age? Just European Liberal wonder its a Muslim Continent now. Read the book America Alone and then make your comments.


2006 days ago


Heck!! she still looks good topless!!

2006 days ago


I HATE that song!

2006 days ago


I lived in Germany when that one-hit wonder was supporting the Green Party and anyone who was against the United States. She was one of the last ones to get the memo that our putting nukes in Europe sped-up the collapse of the Soviet Union -- a country intent on shoving her red ballons right up her ass.

She has aged well though.

2006 days ago


Patrick McGoohan, the Emmy-winning actor who created and starred in cult classic TV show The Prisoner, has died. He was 80 years of age. His film producer son-in-law Cleve Landsberg made the announcement.

His death came after a short illness but the much-lauded actor has left a memorable legacy. He won two Emmys for his work on Columbo, the hit detective drama which starred Peter Falk. More recently, he appeared as King Edward Longshanks in the 1995 Mel Gibson film Braveheart. However, he remains best known as the title character Number Six in the surreal 1960s British series The Prisoner. Born in New York, Patrick McGoohan was raised in Ireland and England. He trod the boards but his first real brush with fame came courtesy of Danger Man, a 1960s Brit spy series. The work he did in The Prisoner, his next big TV project, stayed with him for the rest of his life. It was this show that brought us the iconic phrase: "I am not a number! I am a free man!"

First airing on ITV between 1967 and 1968, The Prisoner is viewed by many critics as one of the most radical, thought-provoking dramas in the history of television. Slick and intelligent, the 17-episode series explores numerous themes: from democracy and freedom, conformity and rebellion to the nature of the individual and revolution. Widely regarded as a political commentary which is as relevant today as it was 40 years ago, The Prisoner continues to fascinate. ITV are even remaking it with The Passion Of The Christ's Jim Caviezel in McGoohan's role and Ian McKellen as Number Two, the Chief Administer of The Village.

At the time of his death, Patrick McGoohan was mostly retired and living in Los Angeles with his wife of 57 years, Joan Drummond McGoohan.

2006 days ago



2006 days ago


I remember seeing her video for the first time and thinking to myself, not bad...........until she lifted her arms up in the air exposing her hairy man pits

2006 days ago


Worst song ever!! Stupid video too. Never understood why this lame song was such a hit.

2006 days ago


she look'z better now than she did back then.....

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