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The Vampire Diaries’ Claire Holt describes travel chaos at the Cannes Film Festival when her flight was canceled by a ‘crazy’ Texas storm


Claire Holt has described her travel chaos as she tried to get to the Cannes Film Festival when she was caught up in devastating storms in Texas.

The Vampire Diaries star, 35, was due to fly to France to join Hollywood’s A-listers for the annual 12-day film extravaganza but was unable to fly.

On Friday, she revealed on her Instagram Stories that her flight from Austin had been delayed after waiting on board for two hours amid shocking storms.

Devastating storms descended on nearby Houston on Thursday, with winds of up to 78 miles per hour causing apocalyptic scenes in southeast Texas.

Claire Holt has revealed her travel chaos trying to get to the Cannes Film Festival when she got caught in devastating storms in Texas (she’s pictured at Cannes in 2023)

Storms also made their way through central Texas, including Austin, with thunderstorm warnings hitting the state.

Claire was caught in the storms trying to fly to the Cannes Film Festival when she was stranded in Austin without any luggage.

But she assured fans she was safely back at her hotel and said there were «worse things» than being stuck in the city as she criticized the bad behavior of people at the airport.

In a snippet of her Instagram newsletter, she wrote, «I’m supposed to be on my way to Cannes right now, but after sitting on the tarmac for two hours thanks to an absolutely insane storm, we got kicked off the plane and I’m back in my hotel room in Austin.»

The Vampire Diaries star, 35, was due to fly to France to join A-list stars for the annual 12-day film extravaganza but was unable to fly (she is pictured in Cannes in 2023).

The Vampire Diaries star, 35, was due to fly to France to join A-list stars for the annual 12-day film extravaganza but was unable to fly (she is pictured in Cannes in 2023).

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On Friday, she revealed on her Instagram Stories that her flight from Austin had been delayed after waiting on board for two hours amid shocking storms.

On Friday, she revealed on her Instagram Stories that her flight from Austin had been delayed after waiting on board for two hours amid shocking storms.

“I don’t have a bag, but luckily I’m not in line with 200 other people trying to get out of here tonight.

“Speaking of deranged, people really show you who they are when things go wrong at the airport. Even the gate agent was feeling spicy tonight.

“I’ll admit that my lip trembled *slightly* as I unbuckled my seat belt and hauled my ass back onto the jet bridge, but then I remembered that there are worse things in life than being stuck in a cold city with a good book, a bath and a crisp glass of Pinot Grigio.”

Devastating storms with 78 mph winds slammed into nearby Houston on Thursday, causing apocalyptic scenes in southeast Texas (Houston pictured)

Devastating storms with 78 mph winds slammed into nearby Houston on Thursday, causing apocalyptic scenes in southeast Texas (Houston pictured)

The storms caused power outages in parts of Houston that could last for weeks, an official warned, after hurricane-force winds swept through the city.

The raging storms knocked out power to nearly a million homes and businesses in the region and caused chaos by smashing windows and overturning vehicles.

Crews are still trying to determine the extent of the storm’s damage and the death toll, with at least four believed to have been killed.



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