As we first posted about a few weeks ago, Isabel has lent her support to the Rose D’or Festival this year. The festival took place this week, and Isabel was in attendance for the opening and closing events. Last weekend she cut the ribbon to announce the opening of the festival, and wore a typically pretty hippy style cream dress and trademark headband for the event. Further down this post is an article on the festival’s opening. And then on Thursday she was back in attendance for the closing day’s Awards Night, at which she presented Jeremy Clarkson the Lifetime Achievement award for his show Top Gear.
During her time there, Isabel also did an interview for a Swiss publication, and posed for some photos for them. Therefore we have a couple of new photoshoot pictures! She posed in her hotel, and against a backdrop of the mountains with her sister. In the interview (which I will post here asap as soon as I can translate it properly), she said that she likes vegemite with cheese, prefers cows to kangaroos, and admits that she has never seen Ayers Rock in person!
It’s great to see Isabel back in her native Switzerland! Enjoy all the new photos in our Gallery…
What a start to the Rose d’Or Festival week: Urs W. Studer, president of the city of Lucerne and Hollywood beauty Isabel Lucas will declare the 51st Rose d’Or Festival officially open, alongside Festival President Marco Castellaneta and Festival Director Markus Helbling on Sunday 6 May. From 6 to 10 May Lucerne will be full of events both for the international entertainment television industry and the wider public.
On Sunday evening at the KKL Lucerne the Blick and TELE will present the Swiss Television Awards in the following categories: Broadcast, Film, Innovation, and Star. In addition, each year one personality of the TV industry is honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award. The gala show will be attended by a host of Swiss celebrities and is sure to start the Rose d’Or Festival off with a bang. The winners will be announced at 10 pm, but one winner is already known: Michelle Hunziker, in the category Star, and who will be present.
The Rose d’Or Forum will take place from 7 to 10 May and provides a platform for exchange for international TV professionals. Markus Schaechter, former Director General of ZDF and chairman of the Rose d’Or Strategy Committee will welcome the international guests from the world of TV, media and communications.
More Rose d’Or events will be open to the public this year than ever before, including concerts from Alain Clark (May 7, Grand Casino Luzerne) and the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra (May 9, KKL) and two Comedy Nights at the Hotel Schweizerhof Luzerne with Kaya Yanar and the Montreux Comedy Club appearing on May 8 (Zeugheersaal) and Rob Spence on May 10 (Zeugheersaal). On Monday 7 May the Festival Hotel Schweizerhof Lucerne opens its doors. From 1pm the Festival Committee will also be on site to greet the press, and the Welcome Cocktail will take place in the Festival Bar at the Hotel Schweizerhof at 7pm. The cocktail will also mark the opening of an exhibition of photography by Michel Comte.