I used to work as a manager at a museum for children. Every type of local celebrity came through our doors, plus wrestlers, some Hollywood people, Basketball and Football players, etc. I'm so out of the loop on sports, but I'd always get the press memos that so and so was going to be there and could we have someone show them around. My staff would be dying to do the job, and I'd always be clueless like, who is this person? The only way I'd know was usually their gigantic height or the swarms of people we were supposed to help keep back from them. Most though just wanted to spend some time with their families, off camera, and were pretty nice.
Yes, of course. I even went to ptivate school and the same church as her and I've also hanged out with her when she wasn't popular yet. I'm not sure if any of you really consider her a celebrity, but she's a singer and her name is Elise Estrada.
Nope, I haven't. It's not the end of the world if I don't, but it wouldn't be horrible if I did - especially if they are as good of people as I hope they are. They certainly don't need to be fake, but they definitely don't need to be rude, either.
Barry Bonds, the baseball player. Back in the late 90s early 00s. My grandmother used to run a dry cleaning place that members of the Bonds family would often frequent, and it was there I met Barry himself when I was a little kid.
I've met Gloria Estafan ( got backstage meet n greet because I worked for a music store) Robin Willams ( he was walking around Macy's DT Mpls when he was in town for show) Arnold Swartzenegger ( when he was filming Jingle all the Way DT St Paul) and Bill Murray ( St Paul Saints).
Yeah, a few over the years, never any female celebrities though. All of them have been by chance. Chris Hemsworth, Paul Walker, Lars Ulrich, Matt Shultz, Johnny Depp and whoever plays the hot mermaid in Pirates Of The Caribbean, Pierce Brosnan.