Rita Harb banned from taking a picture with Mel Gibson

Cairo: Hany Kamal El Din

The Lebanese singer, Rita Harb, was exposed to an embarrassing situation while attending the “Joy Awards”, in its third edition, which was held in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.

And on social media, a video of Rita Harb was circulated after the end of the party, while she was trying to take a picture with Australian star Mel Gibson, but his guards prevented her from taking the picture, or approaching him.

Rita Harb appeared in the video, and she was in a state of astonishment because of the ban and the unexpected situation she was exposed to.

It is noteworthy that Rita Harb was shown, in the recent period, the series “Stiletto”, starring: Karis Bashar, Dima Kandalaft, Samer Al-Masry, Nada Abu Farhat, Qais Sheikh Najeeb, Rita Harb, Badi Abu Shaqra, Carlos Azar, Victoria Aoun, Rama Zain Al-Abidin, and Noor Ali.

The Joy Awards ceremony, in its third edition, was held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on Saturday, January 21.

The ceremony was attended by a group of stars and stars of art, from all over the world, most notably: Amitabh Bachchan, his son Abhishek Bachchan, Mel Gibson, Sofia Vergara, Turkish Dimit Ozdemir, Rania Youssef, Jamal Suleiman, Karim Abdelaziz, Ahmed Ezz, Asala, Nawal Al Kuwaiti, Ahmed Eid, Hassan Al-Raddad, Mirhan Hussein, Badria Tolba, Yusra, Laila Alawi, Ahmed Helmy, Mona Zaki, Rogina, Ashraf Zaki, Muhammad Huneidi, Ilham Shaheen, Muhammad Mounir, Muhammad Farraj, May Omar, Dhafer Al-Abidin, Najwa Karam, and Basant Shawqi , Ragheb Alama, Ramez Jalal, Qusay Khouli, Nadine Nassib Njeim, Carlos Azar, Daniela Rahma, Tim Hassan, Wafaa Al-Kilani, Marwan Khoury and his wife, Nancy Ajram, and Asala .. and some of them were honored with awards.

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Thirteen awards were distributed at the “Joy Awards 2023” in the fields of acting, singing, directing, authoring, artistic creativity, media, best film, best series, best actor, and best actress in a TV series.

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