Sean Connery was filming a tourist ad in Edinburgh. He and the crew had lunch at my house and we were chatting. He was tired so, when he said he could use a nap, mom let him sleep in my bed for an hour or so. I wasn’t in it unfortunately.
— sandygamba (@sandygamba) May 14, 2020
Hey Cyd! I’m still wishing you well. xo
— Peter Gallagher (@petergallagher) May 14, 2020
We were vacationing in Oahu in 2006. I recognized Barack Obama from his speech given at the Dem National Convention. My husband took this pic. When I asked him if he was going to run for President he said, “I’ll never tell.” He announced his candidacy two months later. pic.twitter.com/Gd0hmtbm7l
— Right Side of History (@macauley_monica) May 14, 2020
Walking in NYC one day (’99/’00?) & saw a guy smoking a cigar on a big cement window ledge. As I got closer, I realized it was @AdamSandler & before I knew it, I was shaking his hand and thanking him for being hilarious. We had a quick chat – he was *so nice* & super handsome!😍
— J9etc (@j9etc) May 14, 2020
2016 i saw mark mcgrath at a target buying a little girls bicycle helmet. i pulled a “oh hi mark” a la the room and kept on shopping
— everett byram (@rad_milk) May 13, 2020
In 1977, I saw Paul and Linda McCartney in the lobby in a hotel in the former Soviet Union. They were traveling with Wings and, traveling, well, back in the USSR.
— Jenny (@themightyscribe) May 13, 2020
You missed your one and only chance to yell ‘elevation!’
— Greg Gallagher (@ggottawa) May 14, 2020
Charlie Sheen lived up the road as a kid.
One night he got a call he didnt like and shot all the phones in his house.
Cops showed and got stuck at the gate on his private one-lane windy road on top of a mntn, and he wouldn’t let them in and they couldn’t back up. lasted hrs.
— Count Sacey (@BeLikeCaseyG) May 13, 2020
I saw Shaq in a small deli in Miami in 2007,my daughter was a baby and in a stroller, Shaq looked at her and said “hi little baby, look at this face, I might be famous one day.” Later we were walking down the street and he saw us again and yelled “there’s my little baby!”
— Suzanne (@suzrunnr68) May 14, 2020
My wife and I were having breakfast at a restaurant in Beverly Hills and I noticed the man across from us reading his morning paper + drinking tea & told him, “You could make a lot of money as a Sting impersonator.”
— Fernand R. Amandi (@AmandiOnAir) May 14, 2020