I have met a presidential candidate a few years back. It was after the elections, and my family and I were sitting on one of the tables. The guy who was seated at another table tapped me to ask if the food that I have is from the buffet. I answered. “yes.” Then I realized that the person is actually the famouspresidential candidate.
He was one of the best to win, but unfortunately, he did not emerge victoriously. A few minutes after he asked me, his wife came, and his wife is also a famous news reporter. I have to say that I met two famous personalities in just one day.
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A. LuciusSenior Content writer, Diploma in Literature, Dover, Delaware
Senior Content writer, Diploma in Literature, Dover, Delaware
Answered on Nov 01, 2019
No, I haven’t met someone very famous in my life! Meeting very famous people is not something that is very common. If I happen to meet a very famous person, I will be happy and cherish the moment forever. I believe one of the reasons I have to meet a very famous person is because I do not go to events, concerts or large shows where you see these people.
You don’t see famous people often in public but more at the event. However, I am not sad or bothered that I haven’t met a very famous person before. This is because meeting a famous person is not a life long goal for me. If I meet one I will be glad and I will make the best use of that moment. If I don’t meet one, life goes on.
There have only been a few famous people who I have met in my life. Some of them would not be considered too famous unless you are in the education industry. I have met as a teacher the real teacher who Hilary Swank played in the movie Freedom Writers. It was very brief at a conference. Another famous person that I waved to was when I visited Disneyworld.
It was Marie Osmond. She was doing some sort of event there on the day that I took 7th graders on that trip to Disneyworld. Also, since I lived in Knoxville, I met Dr. Bass. He created the body farm and is forensics anthropologist who is well-known in that industry for his work.