The most lovely and friendly celebrities (Part 2)
Many would agree that this is terrible - to meet his idol, and realize that it is a disgusting person. All we read about such, and some even met tough, narcissistic celebrities, trying to look cute in the media.
Fortunately, it seems, most of the stars are really nice people and treat others with respect. Do not believe me? Read our stories about the nicest and friendliest stars.
"I met Marilyn Manson (the idol of my youth) and he let me stroke his cat until I moved away from the shock of seeing him. He was not nearly so terrible as his stage persona. In fact, he is very sweet and a little shy. He really did not know how to behave with a girl, weeping with joy just because of his presence there, haha. He even photographed alone with my sister. In general, it is a really cool guy. "
"Bill Murray and his son came to Eskimo Art Gallery. At that time the owner of the gallery, and I were the only visitors. Then the girl came out of the delivery service and to initiate screamed that she met Bill Murray, right on his birthday. Then the son of Murray took her legs and Murray grabbed by the shoulders, and they throw it up until Murray singing "tebyayayaya happy birthday." After that we had a little chat and he was very friendly. "
"Once upon a time I worked on ABC as part of a group of journalists (if the first episode of Star Wars is not even out" The Phantom Menace "). We walked a short talk about what she is going to star in the new "Star Wars". I was 17 and I was a terrible bore, so at first thought she throws me. But then she said: "I think I'm going to Luke and Leia's mother," and laughed. I was so stunned that she said: "Take me with you." "Where?" - she asked. "The Star Wars". She laughed, and it was the coolest feeling in the land. "
"A few years ago, when Richard Gere met with Cindy Crawford, my wife was engaged in that shallow disgusting job of work, which at that time were engaged in all new models - handing out flyers on the streets of Chicago. The wind blew and pulled out all the flyers from her hand, she tried to gather them all back, and this guy (Richard Gere) ran to help her. When they have collected from the ground all flown apart leaflets he handed her a pack and said: "Do not worry, everything will," smiled his warm charming smile and went on. "
"I met Whoopi Goldberg in the comics exhibition ComicCon a few years ago. She interviewed participants costumed performances. She seemed genuinely interested when asking people in what the characters are wearing and where they came from their heroes. She liked my suit Slender Man, and she called me for an interview. When Whoopi left, she was a little behind on his team, and I muttered to her as follows: "Thank you, Miss Goldberg." She stopped, turned around and said, "Please, just Whoopi".
"I was waiting at the airport in New York the next plane to Chicago. He came with his entire entourage, and sat down in the chair across from me. I pretended to read a newspaper (it was in the early 90s), but all the time watching him. When one of his men went to get coffee, I went up to him and asked if I could go to say hello to Mr. Ali. The guy said, "Sure! He likes it when people come up and talk to him. " I went back to Ali and introduced himself, we shook hands (he has huge hands) and he asked me to sit down. We sipped coffee and chatted for about 25 minutes until I had to go to your flight. He did not give autographs due to Parkinson's disease, but it was the nicest and kindest person. I will never forget this meeting. "
"I met him in Canada, he came there by accident. He's a great guy. He was photographed with a few people, but I did not ask, I'm too shy. He looked very sincere and not boasted of money. He wore very simple clothes, a plaid shirt and jeans. "