Alan Jackson... I've already kind of done it but it would be wonderful to do it again! Let me explain...he taped a gospel special at the Ryman Auditorium once and we got to spend the day watching him work, along with an entire audience in the Ryman. It was so interesting though! This young girl would go onstage to "fix" his makeup and it reminded me of trying to comb our boys hair when they were little, they didn't want to stop MOVING! LOL!! He didn't like wearing all that makeup, but he does it because he knows it's part of the business! It was so interesting to watch them tape the show, and Alan was sweet, charming and very funny, his wonderful personality was coming out (and he is normally kind of shy!) and he worked all day even though he wasn't feeling well at the time! He had a virus he was trying to fight off. Very, very professional and he did a great job on the show in spite of not feeling well. It's a memory I will never forget, a very fun day!
Paul McCartney! A member of the greatest band of all time, a brilliant songwriter, an advocate for animals, and an overall fascinating and good person. I'd love the chance to talk to him about his songs, John Lennon, George and Ringo, and have him give me some tips on guitar playing
I would say Tom Hardy. Obviously because of his good looks but also because he is an upcoming actor and has played some very good roles recently. I liked the character that he played in This means war.
Without question.....I would choose a celebrity who makes me laugh non-stop....who is a kind and interesting person....loves animals.....is genuine and generous......down-to-earth....loves to exchange ideas.....has lots of energy and likes to dance!! Who ELSE? Ellen DeGeneris!!
Hugh Jackman not only for his charisma and tremendous screen presence but also he is a real-life gentleman. He is one of few Hollywood stars who is steadfastly loyal to his wife and also he is known to be friendly to his fans - this endearing quality of his made me want to meet him someday!
For me, it would have to be Sir David Attenborough, to be in the company of a man who has had so many 'natural' experiences would be totally awesome. I'd love listening to his stories and heeding his advice. Stephen Fry would be a close second; I could listen to his voice all day and still remain interested.
I'll go with Justin Timberlake. I think we'd have alot in common being quirky only children. And I'd love to see all the thing he does in one day. I'd also hope we'd magically find Andy Samberg and do a hilarious 90s inspired digital short and then eat at his restaurant!
Most definitely would be Louis C.K. He's a flawless writer and comedian. He also directs, edits, and stars in his own show 'Louie'. He never hesitates to speak the truth, even when the truth is offensive or insane. He turns everyday situations into humor. I would love to meet and get to know him just for one day. I'd like to see his writing process and his preparation for stand up shows.
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