Spanish architect Antonio Gaudi (*1852) heard about Messi’s tapas from last night and teamed up with chef Anthony Bourdain (*1956) to make the dinner table look grand today.
Ski-jumper Simon Ammann (*1981) flew all over the world to collect the best party games and comedian Ricky Gervais (*1961) is ready to roast the crowd.
Before he gets on stage, we have singer George Michael (*1963) sing an ode to all men at sea, as it’s Day of the Seafarer today.
Novelist George Orwell (*1903) and illustrator Peyo (*1928), who is best known as the author of The Smurfs, lay down the book they’re reading. After all, The Diary of a Young Girl (better known as The Diary of Anne Frank, published in 1947) is heavy material.
Igor Stravinsky’s ballet ‘The Firebird‘ (which premiered in 1910) is the perfect way to spend the night.
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