Only in Cannes can these things happen. Clarín was the only Latin American media invited to the party the idolthe HBO series with The weekend as a co-star… And we ended up dancing next door lili rose deppthe daughter of Johnny Depp, the real protagonist of the series, and with The Weeknd as a luxury DJ.
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The Weeknd, who was at Lollapalooza in 2017 in Argentina, and will be presented on October 18 and 19 at the River Plate stadium, arrived an hour and a half after the screening of the first two episodes finished in the Sala Lumiere.
The Late Night Party, at the Palm Club in Palm Beach on the other side of Cannes, started at midnight.
Just at 1:45 an African-American dancer, wearing black glasses, a gray tank top, cream pants, and Nikes started dancing on the floor. A woman in her fifties was the first to dare to step out onto the carpeted rink. Some followed her.
Everything would change in minutes.
The Weeknd has been kept waiting, not so Hank Azaria, the actor who voices countless characters from The Simpsonsand is Gargamel in the movies The Smurfs– who plays the manager of Jocelyn, the pop star played by Lily-Rose Depp, and who has emotional problems before the release of her new album. At 1.15am Azaria was already wandering along the runway, illuminated in red, without anyone interrupting him. Suddenly, he disappeared.
The DJs had an excessively large space. The club has private rooms, which overlook the track, and others further back, all in a semicircular direction. The lighting was mostly red and the seating was blue leatherette.
To cheer up the wait, the girls dressed in an elegant way carried trays, and the queues at the bar were endless.
The Weeknd, luxury DJ
Until the author of Blinding lights AND take a breath. Timidly, some approached the runway. Clarín’s envoy was one of the first and surprisingly Lili-Rose Depp joined, accompanied by the rest of the cast, such as Slut SivanMoses Sumney and Jane Adams.
Charles Hurd is an entertainment journalist for News Rebeat. He brings a fresh and engaging voice to the world of pop culture, covering the latest developments in film, television, music, and more.