Just 11 really boring encounters people have had with celebrities
It’s not all glitz and glamour.
In theory, meeting a celebrity might seem like the most exciting thing in the world, but in reality, you’re more likely to spot them in the dullest of situations.
So when Twitter user John Moe asked for people’s “most boring, mundane, inconsequential celebrity encounter” he was not short on replies.
— John Moe (@johnmoe) April 27, 2018
Your most boring, mundane, inconsequential celebrity encounter. Go!
From Martin Freeman to Will Ferrell, here are some of the best and most mundane responses.
1. The Edge
— Gareth (@GarethSoye) April 29, 2018
I let The Edge reverse out of an office building driveway in Ballsbridge, he waved. https://t.co/MedhWAGRrq
2. Martin Freeman
— Laura Shepherd-Robinson (@LauraSRobinson) April 29, 2018
I talked to Martin Freeman for about 15 minutes in a queue in the dry cleaners because i recognised him and thought he played hockey with my brother. He chatted the whole time and never once let on who he was. https://t.co/ViLzKSJo5a
3. Winona Ryder
— Meaghan (@meaghang) April 29, 2018
I asked Winona Ryder where the bathroom was, and she very kindly said it was “down the hall.” https://t.co/1eHsOP9Pgx
4. Ethan Hawke
— josh ruben (@joshruben) April 29, 2018
When I was working at the Mobil station in Woodstock, NY, Ethan Hawke came in and bought a pack of Juicy Fruit. “.75 cents” i said. He gave me a 5 dollar bill. I gave him four dollars and 25 cents. He said “Thanks.” https://t.co/LIgbNPrfI1
5. Tom Selleck
6. Backstreet Boys
— Akilah Hughes (@AkilahObviously) April 29, 2018
I was in line behind one of the Backstreet Boys at an airport McDonald’s and he asked me if 20 was too many nuggets. https://t.co/9t9Vk0P6FG
7. Liv Tyler
— Emily Nussbaum (@emilynussbaum) April 28, 2018
I used an ATM shortly after Liv Tyler https://t.co/bYDvlaC0EN
8. Will Ferrell
9. Michael Caine
— Nick Pettigrew (@Nick_Pettigrew) April 28, 2018
Michael Caine browsing for laptops in a branch of PC World off Tottenham Court Road. https://t.co/I27D9vRKve
10. Van Morrison
— Christian Cassidy (@WestEndCassidy) April 29, 2018
At hotel bar in Dublin, old guy at next table is angrily talking into mobile phone and says: “I need a to write that down”. Pats pockets - no pen. I lend him mine. He returns it after writing something down, mutters thanks, leaves bar. Van Morrison. https://t.co/VBEd0kt6Ll
11. Josh Groban
— josh groban (@joshgroban) April 29, 2018
I once said “showtime” to my own mirror does that count https://t.co/gCkmi0EJZX