Pamela Anderson and Adil Rami : Finally the first red carpet of love !

On may 18, 2019, Pamela Anderson was on the Croisette to attend the dinner Vanity Fair US & Chopard held at the Hotel du cap-Eden roc in Antibes, in the framework of the 72nd International Film Festival of Cannes. The star hollywodienne 51-year-old was accompanied by his son, 22-year-old Brandon Lee, born to her marriage with Tommy Lee. The next day, the former star ofbaywatch was the show in Paris.

For the first time since the beginning of her love affair with Adil Rami, who has started in the summer of 2017 after their encounter at the Grand Prix of Monaco, Pamela Anderson has accepted to tread a red carpet with his companion. The defender of 33 years of the Olympique de Marseille, was invited to present an award at the 28th ceremony Trophies UNFP du football, the best referee. The ceremony was proposed to live on beIN Sports.

The world champion arrived on the red carpet of the Pavilion d’armenonville, in Boulogne-Billancourt, with Pamela Anderson, dressed in a long black dress low-cut for the occasion. The couple is prepared at the hotel Costes, located in the first arrondissement of Paris. For this great first, the lovers have played the card of complicity in front of the photographers, who have long taken care not to expose their relationship.

Complete list of Trophies UNFP :

For League 1 :

Best player : Kylian Mbappé (PSG)

Best hope : Kylian Mbappé (PSG)

Best goalkeeper : Mike Maignan (Lille)

Best coach : Christophe Galtier (Lille)

Most beautiful goal : Loïc Rémy (Lille)

Best referee : Clément Turpin

Best assistant : Michaël annonier angle

For League 2 :

Best player : Gaetan Charbonnier (Brest)

Best goalkeeper : Vincent Demarconnay (Paris FC)

Best coach : Pascal Gastien (Clermont Foot)

Most beautiful goal : Wilfried Moimbé (Nancy)

Best referee : William Lavis

Best assistant : Ludovic Reyer

The other rewards :

The best French abroad : Karim Benzema (Real Madrid/ESP),

Best female D1 : Dzsenifer Marozsan (Lyon)

Best hope of D1 : Marie-Antoinette Katoto (PSG)

Trophée UNFP-Fondaction du football : Féthi Harek (Nimes)

Trophy of honor : Didier Drogba

Olivia Maunoury