Have you ever crossed paths with a celebrity?
It can be a neat experience, but apparently, according to Twitter, it can be really boring too. People are sharing their most boring celebrity encounters, and it's pretty funny!
Just some of them were stories like "Sarah Michelle Gellar asking me how to connect to the WiFi on her iPad.", "Mark Wahlberg stops behind me at a newsstand. He burped.", "Chris Rock held the door open for me as I was leaving a Vietnamese restaurant with takeout", and "I once asked a random guy for directions. He turned around. It was Will Ferrell. He gave me directions. They were correct."
So it's true! Celebrities really are normal people just like us!
Read them below!
Have you ever had a celebrity encounter? Was it boring or a dream come true?
Your most boring, mundane, inconsequential celebrity encounter. Go!— John Moe (@johnmoe) April 27, 2018
Mark Wahlberg stops behind me at a newsstand on Columbus Avenue. He burped. https://t.co/dbi2jbY3NS— Lizzie O'Leary (@lizzieohreally) April 28, 2018
I asked Winona Ryder where the bathroom was, and she very kindly said it was “down the hall.” https://t.co/1eHsOP9Pgx— Meaghan (@meaghang) April 29, 2018
Sarah Michelle Gellar asking me how to connect to the WiFi on her iPad at Coffee Commissary https://t.co/Wb7mlsBEqG— Ira Madison III (@ira) April 29, 2018
One time Mika Kunis tried to play with a dog I was walking when we were in line at a cafe, and I (not recognizing her at firs) said, “I’m actually trying to get her to calm down.” She was very apologetic.— 𝙶𝚛𝚎𝚐 𝙺𝚊𝚛𝚋𝚎𝚛 🌻 (@gregkarber) April 28, 2018
I once asked a random guy for directions. He turned around. It was Will Ferrell. He gave me directions. They were correct. https://t.co/hG3Zppd7cH— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) April 29, 2018
I was in line behind one of the Backstreet Boys at an airport McDonald’s and he asked me if 20 was too many nuggets. https://t.co/9t9Vk0P6FG— Akilah Hughes (@AkilahObviously) April 29, 2018
Chris Rock held the door open for me as I was leaving a Vietnamese restaurant with takeout https://t.co/WGj5V2Ho9p— Zachary Shevich @ Tribeca (@ZShevich) April 28, 2018