Hands off unless you're at a premiere and they're posing with you and it's OK with them. Keep your hands to yourself Women often have to be extra vigilant when approached by strangers.
But when they're out being regular folks at the grocery store or post office, be respectful about their space. But here are three key tips a veteran Hollywood press representative who spoke on condition of anonymity shared with TODAY that'll help you if your path crosses with a star's: 1.
Persoon what's important to remember is that regardless of how well known the celebrity is, or how much you love or dislike them, the key word in "famous person" is Pulse pounding, your hands scrabble for your smartphone camera — you must capture the moment! It's generally fine if you just want to say something to them, but once you ask for a photo it can step over the line.
Pick the right moment At a media escort in marietta, it's expected that celebrities will put on their happy face to meet the public. If they're in a restaurant, don't approach if they're in conversation or mid-meal. Know when to back off Your right to a selfie doesn't trump the celebrity's right to jog down the street or pick up their.
Getty Images We get it: It's a big deal, even if you're not a huge fan of the famous person.
I was like, 'Just remember they pay our bills. Kerry Washington meets and famouus her fans with grace. Unfortunately, that's more common than you might expect.
Personn a celebrity on the street? Earlier this month, Amy Schumer had an uncomfortable encounter with a fan in South Carolina that turned testy when she reportedly asked him to stop filming, and he declined.
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