From Hend Sabry to Lionel Messi, Expo 2020 Dubai Attracts A-Listers From All Over the World
Expo 2020 Dubai has astounded the world with its exhibition and ingenuity, focusing on many cultures and demonstrating why Dubai is a unique, cosmopolitan location. It aspires to aid in the healing of the earth, to allow people’s voices to be heard, to generate new ideas, to inspire fresh perspectives and to chart a course for immediate action. Actors, actresses, and athletes from all over the world made appearances in this wonderful expo.
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During its first week, the Egyptian actress paid a visit to the vast facility. She also attended the French pavilion’s 50th-anniversary event for L’Oréal Paris.
On Dec. 8, the Hollywood actress, producer, and activist spoke at a training seminar hosted by L’Oréal Paris as part of the Stand Up Against Street Harassment event.
The Tunisian-Egyptian actress paid a visit to the expo during its opening week. She was overjoyed and proud of the UAE’s progress. “Such a fantastic time at the @expo2020dubai,” she wrote on Instagram after her visit.
On November 15, the Hollywood phenomenon was spotted visiting the Mexican Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai. He’s also been photographed with his Breaking Bad co-star Aaron Paul at various hotspots in the emirates, promoting his new beverage brand.
In November, the Bollywood actress visited Dubai for Expo 2020. She was sighted in a number of pavilions, including the UAE’s.
Alicia Keys, the 15-time Grammy Award winner, unveiled her new album live in front of a sold-out crowd at the Expo 2020 Dubai, wherein she had a dynamic pop concert full of stunning vocals and piano solos.
Usain Bolt, Gatorade and Expo 2020 Dubai’s Sports, Fitness and Wellbeing Hub collaborated to bring the world-famous athlete to the world’s fair. On November 13, he organized a 1.45-kilometer family run to benefit Al Noor Rehabilitation and Welfare Association for People of Determination.
In 2019, Labaki became the first female Arab filmmaker to be nominated for an Academy Award in the category of Best Foreign Language Picture. ‘Capernaum,’ her Oscar-nominated film, also won the jury award at the Cannes Film Festival the year prior, despite the fact that it was only her third feature film.
Labaki has been chosen to direct the inaugural short film for the Women’s Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai.
On November 15, the Manchester City coach shocked football fans by paying a visit to the Expo. He stopped at the UK Pavilion and the UAE Pavilion to learn more about the country’s traditions and culture before leading a Q&A session with invited visitors.
Lionel Messi, the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner, surprised fans with a visit to Expo 2020 Dubai, where he visited the site with government officials and explored the UAE and Argentina pavilions.