Hello Dolly! The quintessential country star Dolly Parton has sung and embraced her way into fans’ hearts for over five decades. The petite Parton has not lost any of her southern charm, according to fans. This particular fan confirmed the reputation of the singer having a highly affectionate nature as Parton wrapped her arms around the fan upon meeting.
The diminutive Dolly, measuring under five feet, commented how happy she was that the fan was of equal height! The fan did mention, though, that Parton was wearing heels, but we’ll overlook this, Dolly!
Funny man Nick Offerman, most noted for his role as Ron Swanson in the long-running NBC sitcom "Parks and Rec," has another side to him that most fans do not know about: carpentry. That’s right, Offerman is a passionate woodworker and has even authored a book on the subject as well as having founded a woodworking shop.
A devoted fan took their shot at making an impression at knowing this, and the genuinely surprised Offerman hung around to share some professional pointers. If any critic calls his acting wooden, we’re sure he would take that as a compliment!
The bigger they are, the harder they fall...for their fans! Behemoth WWE superstar Brock Lesnar took no offense to this fan’s starstruck stare. Lesnar, who was catching a quick bite in a hospital cafeteria while his wife was in labor, could not help but notice the besotted glare of this fan and motioned for him to join him.
The fan recounted gushing to Lesnar about his son being a huge fan of the wrestler. We are definitely sensing some projection there, dad.
Clint Eastwood, the titan of Hollywood of notoriously steely “Dirty Harry” fame, is a true softie at heart, as this fan reveals to us. The fan was working on a movie set, and during a quiet moment, the set worker dropped his professional guard and approached Eastwood to introduce himself.
Eastwood was very happy to get into the conversation until he reached into his pocket and pulled out a peanut. A squirrel appeared out of nowhere and came to eat right out of Eastwood’s hand!
Neil Gaiman made sure a fan did not go home without an autograph. The devoted fan stood in line for hours, hoping to get Gaiman’s John Hancock on his favorite book. Unfortunately, Gaiman was using a black pen that would not display the signature on the dark-covered book.
Instead of shrugging, Gaiman had everyone in line wait as he rummaged around what the fan refers to as a “kid’s pencil case.” Eventually finding a silver pen, Gaiman went on to scribble his signature for the fan. Neil, do not forget to return the stationery to the children.