Mistress of ceremonies of this 75th Cannes Film Festival, Virginie Efira dazzled this Saturday, May 28 during the closing evening in an elegant split tuxedo dress. The 45-year-old Belgian actress, moved, took her role very seriously.
A moment that will mark the spirits. This Saturday, May 28, after twelve days and eleven nights of glitter, an audience of stars, film presentations, red carpets and flashes of photographers, it was time for the closing of the 75th Cannes Film Festival. But before we pack up and all the celebrities go about their business, the closing ceremony of the famous international film festival offered a magnificent moment.
As a good mistress of ceremonies, Virginie Efira launched the evening in a very beautiful way. The appearance of the Belgian actress was enhanced by her outfit: an elegant slit tuxedo dress. Dressed all in black, Virginie Efira, with emotion in her eyes, raised her microphone close to her lips to officially start an awards night that will be memorable for many. “Good evening everyone. Glad to have you back for this closing ceremony. But what exactly ends? What ends? Yes, the Festival packsthe stools at the edge of the red carpet will be unlocked, the jewelry returned, the false eyelashes removed…“, she began.
Virginie Efira sublimated the closing ceremony of the Cannes Film Festival
Once launched, the pretty 45-year-old blonde continued her opening speech: “As of tomorrow in Cannes, the elderly in the street will once again have the faces of elderly people, the nights will be less sleepless, the rooms less dark and in the evening on the beach, we will hear more than the laughter of the waves“. Virginie Efira even allowed herself a few winks on this fortnight which will have marked the spirits. “Yes, the Festival withdraws, taking with it Tom Cruise flight timesthe smile of Idris Elba, the reunion of the mother and the whore, the sway of Elvisthe patrol of France and the naked anger of the activists”.
And of course, she hasn’t forgotten the main thing: talking about the films. Dozens were presented, and some will receive prizes that will make them part of the legend of the Croisette. “But for the films, it’s all beginning now. They were barely born here in Cannes in front of entire halls ready to applaud them for their first gestures and their first exploits when they were already ready to set off on an adventure, to face the world, to be released in theaters. I hope that this Festival will have given you a furious desire to see them”. A simply perfect opening ceremony for Virginie Efirawho held her role like an orchestra conductor.
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