The elegant Ritz-Carlton rolled out the black carpet yesterday for a traditional – and always fabulous – Grand Prix evening. Dozens of artistic and sports figures gathered in the city center to participate in the celebrations, despite the whims of Mother Nature.
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Boxer Jean Pascal wore a jacket made especially for the occasion, inside which was lined with pictures of himself.
Madelinot Éloi Cummings took advantage of his Montreal visit to visit apartments in the city. “I have been accepted to the Cégep Saint-Laurent en musique,” declared the Star Académie finalist, accompanied by his father, Pascal Cummings.
“I am amazed by everything that happens here! I am enjoying every moment. It is magic,” puffs singer Janic Fournier, winner of Canada Got Talent.
Hockey player BK Suban refused to speak to the media upon arriving on the black carpet.
Kristel Mungo turned heads on the black carpet. “I’m more of a fan of beautiful parties and beautiful people than of Formula One,” says the winner of star Academy.
“Alcohol scholar. Twitter lover. Zombieaholic. Hipster-friendly coffee fanatic.”