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The Festival personalities... who were no actors
The Monte Carlo TV Festival has always been a meeting point for stars, actors, directors and producers and an event to discover new series, but it doesn't end there. Singers, dancers, digital influencers also took a step on the red carpet. Let's take a look back at these personalities!
On the red carpet of the Festival, actors were present in numbers... Jessica Alba, Michael Douglas, Denis Richards to only name a few, but they weren't the only celebrities and personalities that were present!
Danse avec les stars
This year, Denitsa Ikonomova, Maxime Dereymez and Candice Pascal, stars from the TV show, Danse avec les stars made their appearance and delighted the audience!
In a glamorous category, we could spot the sublime Maëva Coucke, Miss France 2018, in a magnificent white dress by Georges Chakra during the Golden Nymph Ceremony.
Charles Leclerc, Formula 1 driver honored us with his presence in this year's edition of the Festival!
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first step on the moon, the Monte-Carlo Television Festival also had the privilege of welcoming NASA astronaut Jean-François Clervoy, who came to attend the screening of a new documentary directed by Tom Jennings, Apollo: Missions To The Moon.
Monaco vibrated to the sound of the voice of the famous and mythical Gloria Gaynor, who offered the audience an exclusive concert during the closing evening of the Festival.
The 2019 Monte-Carlo TV Festival featured many actors but also incredible personalities and celebrities who starstruck the fans and thus made this edition even more fabulous than the previous ones. What does the 60th Festival have in store for us?
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Originally created by Prince Rainier III of Monaco, and now under the Honorary Presidency of Prince Albert II of Monaco, The Monte-Carlo Television Festival has, for more than half a century, presented the very best of television from around the world.