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I want to make a sarcastic comment under a youtube video of an interview with Christiano Ronaldo. I want something along the lines of 'Newsflash: Christiano Ronaldo says his life is pretty good'.

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    You can use mramosch's answer, but you could just say Newsflash, everyone will understand it. – Paul Sep 11 '15 at 16:20
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    @Paul: At least everyone under a certain age (or 'Falco - Jeanny' fans)... - Older people or people who's english is not that well won't understand... – mramosch Sep 12 '15 at 11:22
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Eilmeldung is another word that's frequently used in German for this.

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You probably can use "Newsflash" without translating it - as indicated by Paul in a comment), in particular on a site like Youtube.

If you are looking for more "German" versions - which do stray a bit from your original sentence, but convey the meaning:

Ganz was Neues: Cristiano Ronaldo ist tatsächlich mit seinem Leben zufrieden.

Überraschung: Cristiano Ronaldo ist tatsächlich mit seinem Leben zufrieden.

Echt? Cristiano Ronaldo ist tatsächlich mit seinem Leben zufrieden?
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Aktuelle Kurzmeldung: etc.

would be a good fit...

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