Everyone, and we mean everyone, has been talking about Egypt’s World Youth Forum. The event has taken over Sharm El-Sheikh, and the entire country (and region) cannot stop talking about it.
Celebrities from the Middle East, as well as the West, flocked towards the event to slay — and being the fangirls that we are, we’ve decided to compile them in one list. You’re welcome.
Helen Hunt – American actress, director, and screenwriter
Rosario Dawson – American actress
With the beautifully sharp, influential and inspiring Hollywood actress @rosariodawson at the #WorldYouthForum and the Maestro @hishamkharma after a great informative talk about the vital role of Art in all its forms in bringing the cultures and civilizations together and in preventing worldwide conflicts, professionally moderated by the talented @yaraelgendy ??????@wyfeg #WeNeedToTalk #World_Youth_Unity #Inspired
Cheb Khaled – Algerian Singer
Mohamed Heneidy – Egyptian actor and comedian
Bushra – Egyptian singer and actress
Alek Wek – South Sudanese-British model and designer
Tamer Hagras – Egyptian actor
Thomas Grazioso – Italian singer
Amr Mostafa – Egyptian singer and composer
Ahmed Abou Hashima – Founder and CEO of Egyptian Steel
Thais Macedo – Brazilian singer
Mayonde Masya from Kenya, Tania Breazou from Greece, Amika Shail from India, Thais Macedo from Brazil, Mok Saib from Algeria, Hamad Al Qattan from Kuwait, and both Malak El Husseiny and Mohamed El Sharnouby from Egypt – the singers of official song for the World Youth Forum
Oh, here’s another group photo…