Katy Perry, last year when she came to Argentina with her show. And yes, she was very nice.
Goldie Hawn...back when the lady was filming Bird On A Wire in Vancouver, BC, Canada. I was the worst waiter ever. Goldie was every bit the coolest person I thought her to be.I think she said something about the tip on the table...all I needed was a hug and she responded. It was the best hug ever.
JFK, Nixon, Johnson and Reagan. JFK I sang with The Young Americans at a state dinner for the Prime Minister of India. Johnson taught a class at UT that I audited, Nixon I served dinner when I was a waiter at the head table at SIU and Reagan was a customer of Mariani Tailors in Beverly Hills where I worked when he was running for governor. Even I can't believe my good fortune.saludos,raulito
From an American perspective, I would probably say Eli Manning or Shepard Smith, but the answer should probably HRH The Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex.
Bill Clinton, once as a candidate and once as president. He was very nice. I wasn't nervous. The second time he autographed the back of my business card.
Met Hillary Clinton in San Francisco. She is so nice!
I had to think on it a bit, but I would say the most famous person I've met would be Josh Hutcherson. It was a number of years back, after his initial success with stuff like Zathura but well before The Hunger Games, it was at this pet fashion show outside Macy's. He took a picture with my sister, which I bug her about all the time :p
Mark Walhberg while he was filming The Fighter. He's just a hunky man on film and in person. I wanted to hug him, but didnt dare ask him.
JFK Jr. He was very nice and every inch of his was as electrically good looking in person as you'd ever see in a magazine.
Madonna!! I was working at an upscale retail store on Madison Ave in NYC and she walked in with the editor of Elle magazine. Madonna came up behind me without me realizing it was her. She asked me if a certain top was available in small...when i turned and saw who it was my heart stopped and I died for like 30 seconds.
Madonna. During the "sex" years. She was very demanding, but still polite and nice. I was working on a project with her. Her handlers were the ones who were a pain on the ass. But she was very, very professional. She definitely comes across as a work, but no play person. However she has fun during her work, so I'd say the two are mixed for her.
Bono and the rest of U2, great guys.
Lady Bird Johnson when I waited tables at one of the national parks. She was staying there with a friend. The next table over was her secret service man. Both good tippers.Stevie Nicks before a concert. I was like a 6 year old girl. Couldn't form a sentence to save my life. Did win one of her shawls later on that night.She very nice a polite.
Steve McQueen. That was a very long time ago, probably around 1977.
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