Hey everyone, have you noticed that among the clients MM boasts of on the first page they list "CEO's, professional cheerleaders and Hollywood celebrities"? I'm one of those but I haven't seen many pom poms or prime time players yet!
I actually date two celebrities here, one from Hollywood. But both of the don't post the photos to the profile and I was quite surprised when met one of tham, onother one i did not know, only read obout him and famous movies he played in the internet the day after(i'm not into movie stars and hardly remember a few).And a president of a world wide famous company is also here, we met in Tokyo,that he came to Russia. Good things happen... when you don't expectthem to.
Great comments everyone...CutieBody your photo was too funny. Actually, we ahve a lot of celebs who live her in Southern California and because there are so many in my town (Oprah, Rob Lowe, Dennis Franz, Jeff Bridges and many more...) they feel comfortable just hanging out and being normal people. It's nice. My brother is on a tv show and he's been in a lot of movies but I can think of nobody more down to earth. I loved the comment about the cheerleaders and celebs all dating each other. Very witty!
sharp1 write: BlueEyz ... even if they are incognito, you might be lucky you are not meeting them ... I walked by an actor in NYC late June... He looked like a slob! Not to mention in the movies he looked 6 ft, passing him, he was about 2 inches shorter than I... I am 5'4". Considering most have been in and out of relationships several times, they are probably high strung and moody ... well maybe not Nicole Kidman, she was with Tom for a number of years, but alas, she's been snapped up already! I guess you have to be in the right place at the right time if you want to meet someone like her. You need the right connections... Know anyone in Hollywood? :-)
One thing so-called celebrities can be sure of is, if they come to Toronto on a shoot or to the annual International Film Festival, they don't have to wear ridiculous grungy baseball caps & oversized sunglasses, baggy sweats, a colourless hoody & 10 year old tennis shoes unless they WANT to attract attention for wearing the "incognito uniform." LOL
Canada is one of the blissfully unaffected countries where you can dress like a real human, even if you're famous, & most likely the only attention you'll get is the odd photographer lurking across the street, hiding behind a newspaper box, or throngs of busy T-dot locals giving you the "hey, that guy/girl looks familiar for some odd reason" look as they pass right by on their way to where they were going.
Some celebs like it here & some feel uncerimoniously snubbed! I've passed a few who, when our eyes met, they've had that expression with the slight grin that says, "Alright, you caught me. Yes, I AM who you think I am..." & I've passed them right by them! LOL
Canadians don't expect to see celebs so we keep going & think to ourselves, "Wait. I think I just saw Sean Penn." And then we go home & tell someone. That's about it.
I invite all paparazzi-magnets to come here for much needed rest & invisibility!
BlueEyz2006 write: Hey everyone, have you noticed that among the clients MM boasts of on the first page they list "CEO's, professional cheerleaders and Hollywood celebrities"? I'm one of those but I haven't seen many pom poms or prime time players yet!