The king of the sprint last night presented his documentary “I am Bolt” in London, in the presence of many stars.
He is the fastest man in the world, one that has triumphed again in Rio this summer at the Olympics. But last night (Monday 28 November), Usain Bolt had left his spikes in the closet and donned his best suit to walk the red carpet set up on Leicester Square in London. The Odeon cinema hosted the premiere of the documentary about the famous Jamaican athlete 30 years, I am Bolt .
For this great event that is willed festive with the presence of pretty dancers, to remind its origins Jamaican Usain Bolt could count on the arrival of many personalities. If the sports world was represented particularly with Olivier Giroud, with his wife Jennifer, Robert Pirès with his wife Jessica, or the former tennis star Boris Becker, actress attracted every eye. This is Salma Hayek .
In leather jacket and matching hat, the Latin actress 50 years has made a strong impression on the red carpet . Accompanied by her husband François-Henri Pinault, whom she married in 2009, Salma Hayek has sometimes neglected to take the only pose for photographers. The couple is not left without a souvenir photo with the star of the evening, Usain Bolt.
Pregnant with her second child at 44 years , Geri Halliwell has also been invited to the premiere of I Am Bolt . The former Spice Girl has, for the first time unveiled its round belly on the red carpet, after having done on social networks . The singer was accompanied by her husband Christian Horner, director of the Formula 1 team Red Bull Racing, which therefore knows all about speed. Dressed in a long black coat that covered her pretty rounded silhouette, Geri Halliwell shone.
Filled to have had on the two most important people in his life, his parents Jennifer and Wellesley Bolt – who ran a local grocery store in Jamaica – Usain Bolt has also spent the evening with Liam Payne, mate Cheryl Cole ( which still has not formalized the imminent arrival of their first child ), or with the singer Sean Paul. Although absent at the premiere, David Beckham had not failed to give him full support on social networks, inviting to go I am Bolt .
The documentary – whose output is currently not planned in France – is interested in the course of the American sprinter and specifically to the preparation of the Rio Olympics. Usain Bolt had left Rio with his third consecutive individual Olympic title in the 100 meters and 200 meters.