Celebrities come out to play at Cup Match
An all-star group of celebrities and Instagram influencers travelled to Bermuda for the annual Cup Match celebrations.
Among the visitors were television personalities, actors, entertainers, musicians and models.
They included La La Anthony, an American TV star with more than nine million followers on Instagram.
Ms Anthony is best known as the host of several reality shows on TV channel VH1.
She posted a collection of photographs from this year’s Bacchanal Run on Instagram.
The caption read: “Bacchanal Run in Bermuda is on my list of the top-ten things I’ve ever done.”
She added: “I love Bermuda” on the post, which was liked by 53,000 users.
The guests were said to have been in Bermuda to celebrate US actress Meagan Good’s birthday.
Ms Good, the star of the movie Think Like A Man, who has five million followers on Instagram, also posted a collection of photos, which earned her almost 30,000 likes.
The group was joined by actor Terrence Jenkins, known as Terrence J, who also appeared in Think Like A Man.
Mr Jenkins was also the anchor of E! News and has 2.9 million Instagram followers.
He hashtagged “cupmatch2019” on his Instagram account, which also had @davidburtmp tagged.
Lance Gross, an American actor, model and photographer, who stayed at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, also joined the party.
He tagged @princessbermuda in his post to his 1.8 million followers.
Mr Gross also posted a picture with Mr Burt at St George’s Cricket Club with the caption “Thx for having us in Bermuda for The Cup Match”.
The guests also included Amy Correa Bell, who recently released an album called Disguise/Gotta Love.
The musician’s photo taken at the Botanical Gardens read “Found what I was looking for”.
Mr Jenkins told interviewer Qian Dickinson, of Bermemes, that he will “always be here at Cup Match”.
But he added that he would maintain a “neutral” position on support for St George’s or Somerset.
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