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Just a random thought that came to mind, if you could meet any celebrity, who would it be?

Mine would be......

Daniel Handler: The author of "A Series of Unfortunate Events" under the name Lemony Snickett and many other works of literary fantastikness! He is also known to perform with one of my role models, Stephin Merrit, playing the accordion in The Gothic Archies. And I LOVE The Gothic Archies.

QATFYG: If you could meet one celebrity, who would it be?

Comments

  1. o_O i'll think about it this night :D only living people?

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  2. you know what, I will make it any celeb living or dead!

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  3. from the facebook simulcast

    Dan S:
    "Mel Brooks.

    One of the greatest comic geniuses that ever lived.

    I rest my case."

    Brittany K:
    Gwen Stefani

    I have a feeling that's not a surprise to anyone. I just want to touch her hair and pee myself.

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  4. From Meaghan M:
    Gosh, thats hard... I'd probably choose Mel Brooks as well. He is an amazing man, and I get the feeling that just meeting him would be amazing.

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  5. From Kristen S:
    Edward Norton....love his work & he fascinates me.

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  6. I honestly can't decide.

    Maybe Shirley Manson. I would have her babies.

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