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Colin said in August 3rd, 2010 at 8:58 am

After shows, I like to walk up to an artist and introduce myself. Then, if I brought one, I ask them to sign a copy of their LP. Am I going to have to tweet them first from now on?

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Rima said in August 3rd, 2010 at 9:10 am

Nah, I think your current method is fine. But here’s a question: Do these people ever give you big, tight bear hugs? If not, Tweeting might be a logical next step. After all, *I* got a big, tight bear hug.

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sheenabarnett said in August 3rd, 2010 at 10:02 am

LOVED this post, rima. :)

the closest i’ve gotten to a celebrity online was a small interaction with jason isbell. i tweeted, “zombies or aliens?” because i couldn’t decide if i wanted to watch “zombieland” or “district 9.” i really wanted to watch “zombieland” more…but jason, WHO FOLLOWS ME ON TWITTER (sorry that gets me excited!), replied, “aliens.” ok, he said more than that. but trust me when i say i totally watched “district 9″ that night. :)

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WildWestDave said in August 3rd, 2010 at 3:50 pm

I’ve had some luck conversing with my fav. C- and D-list celebs thru Twitter! They’re the only ones who seem to have the time for all of the fans wanting to talk to them. I’m sure A-listers get hundreds, if not thousands, of Tweets alone each day. So who can blame em?

I find that a lot of regionally famous musicians love to chat with fans!

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Colin said in August 3rd, 2010 at 8:39 pm

Yes, I’ve definitely been hugged, and invited to a hotel room. I’ve even had drinks with elvis’s guitar player, and talked to lou rawls about the simpsons. Yet, no twitter account.

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Eva said in August 3rd, 2010 at 8:43 pm

Ashton Kutcher uses Twitter religously! He once responded to something I said! Is it sad that it totally made my year bc it did!

Sorry I’m really excited just thinking about it. =) Great post!

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Rima said in August 3rd, 2010 at 8:53 pm

Great stories, everyone!

Colin: Then you, sir, are superior to I. ;) I’m often too timid to approach people (famous or otherwise) on my own, especially if I feel like I’m going to bug them. So it’s pretty rad when they come to me!

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Colin said in August 4th, 2010 at 6:56 pm

That is cool, and I am very happy for you. I’m sure that not long from now, I’ll have no choice but to join twitter. Just like I eventually did with facebook.

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Patricia Marek said in November 24th, 2010 at 8:40 pm

So it looks like Twitter is really the way to go to
communicate with celebrities? Not Facebook!

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Rima said in April 13th, 2012 at 10:00 am


I would be honored. Let me know how it goes!


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Nene’s face looks great. I don’t care for the outfit on the pircute. Where are the other pircutes? She continually networks. Shun Melson use to style Nene. She may have changed due to being out of town so much. If I remember right, she styled that pircutes on Nene’s twitter avi and background.

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