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(Original post by Theflyingbarney)
Skandar Keynes (Edmund in the Narnia films) goes to my college at Cambridge. I've not met him personally as he's currently on a year out, so I can't judge for myself, but I know a fair few people that have and most of those seem not to like him very much.
Skandar will be back next month! I'd like to know why others don't like him. Have any people given you specific reasons?
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I saw Pancho from Dirty Sanchez in my local train station shop looking a mags'. Didn't speak to the Welsh **** though. Hehe, I was fan-boying too much. (Not much of a celeb', but whatever.)
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I've never really met a famous person - part from when I was little the arctic monkeys were in meadowhall in Sheffield (this was when they'd only just started) and we went near them haha but my dad's friend spoke to Steven Spielberg on the phone cause his wife is in charge of makeup for films or something like that.
My grandad met dusty Springfield when she asked him if she could borrow his guitar :-)


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I don't approach famous people, chances are they'll kick off, and I don't always bring my running shoes.
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Alexandra de Gall - though she was not rude to me.
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The All-American Rejects were a bunch of moody pricks when I met them in 2003.
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Emma Watson is extremily rude ! I wrote her a love letter that i wanted to be her sex slafe, but she didnt answer, teherefor she is to snobbish ( But that i found out to late, !!! )
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I was out in Chester couple of nights ago at this pretty dead club having cocktails upstairs. Just as we were going down the stairs a bouncer asked us to move to the side when a woman with the biggest boobs in the world walked up behind him looking super up her own ass. When we asked the other bouncer who that was it turned out it was some lass from Geordie Shore. She gave us the worst look when she overheard us. What even is Geordie Shore?
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(Original post by dartanoir)
What even is Geordie Shore?
An *extremely* crap TV show.
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ken livingston is bit of a douche. Met him at the bookshop I used to work at. Waterstones finchley road. He is in there a lot. Tim Burton is occasionally in there too; he's a nice fella - well mannered unlike Ken.
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(Original post by Razzamoly)
An *extremely* crap TV show.
is the the sort where talentless celebs are born? lol
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met JK, the radio DJ and tv presenter in a bowling ally a little while back - really nice guy thankfully!
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(Original post by Ross Kemp.)
I don't approach famous people, chances are they'll kick off, and I don't always bring my running shoes.
I always think it's part of their job. If you choose to be an actor or go on TV in front of millions then you've got to be prepared to talk to random people on the street.

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Saw Warwick Davis once. Didn't speak to him but he seemed like a nice guy- taking pictures with people and signing autographs.
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I served Gok Wan when I worked at Pets at Home- didn't recognise him at first until my colleagues were running around in gigglish excitement! He was really lovely to us all and let us stroke his little dog. Then he said thanks a million times to all of us and drove off in his new audi which I was pleased to be parked next to my car (as though we've been car-park neighbours lol)
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I have met a grand total of 2 famous people. One being frank turner, who I had a few drinks with after a gig long long before he started getting airplay, back in a tiny tiny venue. Absolutely top guy. He recognised me a year or so later at a slightly bigger venue and came and had a chat. Honestly so nice!

The other is david millar the cyclist, and he was charming. Was clearly knackered but he was more than happy to have a chat and a photo.

Edit: actually three, I met richard dawkins at an alfred russell wallace day thing in bristol, he was very polite, very smiley and was more than happy to sign my book and have a chat about it.
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Met Cristiano Ronaldo really randomly some time last year. He was actually really nice and normal. We took pictures and had a chat about football and life in general lol. Dunno why so many people dislike him
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(Original post by SoNottingH)
I was brought up in Central-West London too and have seen plenty of well-known people in our area and around town.

I met my Dad outside a posh hotel in Knightsbridge and Keira Knightley was going in - her driver helped her with her bags and she was like "oh get a move on!" and she kind of brushed past the concierge looking annoyed. I suppose she was in a hurry and stressed out by something, but she came over as a total brat!

Also saw Julia Roberts shopping in Harvey Nicks - she seemed chatty and nice as far as I could tell. Kirsten Dunst was in front of me at the tills in Selfridges food - she was joking and quite sweet with the woman who served her.

Colin Firth was outside the Garrick Club not long ago when I was passing with a friend and this girl rushes up to him and asks for his autograph and he just totally ignored her and carried on chatting to the person he was with. She looked devastated! I can sort of understand it a bit though, someone like him must get loads of hassle all the time.

My sister works in Covent Garden and she often sees famous people. She was sitting at a coffee shop outside with her friend and Emma Watson came and sat at the next table with a mate. My sister, being a total fangirl, was like "oh Emma, we think you're great!" when they got up to go and she just acted like they weren't even there, lol.
I think Keira Knightley always comes across poorly in interviews. Like just really smug...
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Well a bunch of my friends studying medicine in Bristol met Stephen Hawking and they held a door open for him. Apparently he said 'I don't need your help'. Then drove past lol.
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(Original post by ChickenMadness)
Well a bunch of my friends studying medicine in Bristol met Stephen Hawking and they held a door open for him. Apparently he said 'I don't need your help'. Then drove past lol.
I could imagine that's his genius sense of humour :awesome:

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My friend met the UK musican Foxes recently while working backstage at a show, and apparently, she looked at her like she was a peasant, with a fag in one hand and a maxi dress in the other.
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