7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Really Meet Your Favorite Celeb

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You have read or seen everything your favorite celebrity has even written or done. Your favorite celeb has changed your life and the way you think. You have a lot in common.

There will be an instant connection when you meet, and the two of you will become lasting friends. At least, that is what would happen if it were not for these 7 problems. In this article, we will show you why you shouldn’t really meet your favorite celebrity.

1. You will not make an impression

“I’m the biggest fan” is about the least impressive thing you can say to a celebrity who hears it almost constantly. It may be hard to believe, but, in fact, we are pretty sure that the guy in front of you said exactly that, and he at least has the tattoo to prove it.

2. You may embarrass yourself

You need to think of a new line and fast. When your turn comes, you decide to tell a story about how your favorite celebrity gave your life new meaning, but when you realize this story is uninteresting and long, you stop and ask what you think is an insightful question. Your favorite celebrity responds with a nod, which is all you really deserved because it was not a question after all. In a matter of seconds, your favorite celeb is talking to someone else, and you realize you missed your chance.

3. Your favorite celeb may or may not be mean to you

This encounter might be the greatest moment of your life, but for your favorite celebrity, this is just another stop on a press tour he or she is contractually obligated to attend if he or she wants to get the paycheck. The contrast between his indifference and your happiness will, without doubt, make him or she come across as mean. However, your favorite celeb is not mean, he or she just doesn’t care about you. On the other hand, even worse than finding out your favorite celeb is mean is finding out he or she is overly nice. For example, if he or she is eager to hear what you have to say. It’s not like your favorite celeb doesn’t have friends, or that he or she cares what some random person has to say about his work.

4. He or she won’t care about the same thing

Your favorite celebrity may seem less familiar with his own work than you are. There is nothing wired about it because you probably don’t remember that paper you wrote about a year ago. That is probably what it is like for him, even though millions of people read his work.

5. He or she will try to get rid of you

If everything goes well in your brief encounter, chances are you won’t want to leave until your favorite celebrity makes it abundantly clear that he or she wants you gone. There is nothing like the feeling of your biggest celeb trying to get rid of you.

6. He or she may seem surprisingly average

You will invariably be disappointed by how simply human your favorite celebrity is unless you pictured your hero as a kind of short, aging person with sunken eyes. He or she does not exude an aura of greatness. In fact, he or she seems like an average person who watches a lot of sports on TV or makes dinner in the kitchen every day.

7. He or she will not be your hero anymore

You will view his or her newest work with a sense of disenchantment, because, after all, your favorite celebrity is just a person who was flip to you that one time. He or she is pretty good at what he or she does, but that is not important anymore as it used to be. Your favorite celebrity is not like a god or something.

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