Skye Hoffert at Ink Castles tagged me for the Famous People Tag.
1. Who's your favorite singer/group?
*rubs hands together* We may not get past the first question.
I could go on and on about Switchfoot. But I'll just resolve to do a whole post later.
for King & Country! They recently released their second album. Best songs are To the Dreamers and It's Not Over Yet.
This is Skillet. I need to do a post for each of these bands. A cursory glance is not enough.
Anthem Lights in Avenger attire. Who I am currently listening to:
I've never heard the original band who sings this song. I just like Anthem Lights.
2. If your favorite male actor was in the same room with you right now, what would you do?
Um, I'm ashamed to say that I would probably remain hidden in the corner like a good, little introvert.
3. Is there a famous person you used to love but now you've changed your mind?
I don't think so. . . to be honest, I don't even follow famous people very often. If someone mentions something about an actor/actress who I admire, I'll probably look further into it out of curiosity. Or if they have a movie coming out soon. Otherwise, I know very little about famous people.
4. Name a famous person you like whose name starts with V.
Does Veronica Roth count?
She will dress up like her characters. Isn't that awesome?! And, my friends, she is brave. For writing the only ending that could've happened. She is so brave.
5. What's one of your favorite red-carpet dresses?
After a peruse of pinterest, I've decided I don't like red-carpet dresses.
This, on the other hand. I would actually wear a dress if I had this. They wouldn't let me in a red carpet event with it, but ah-well.
6. Who's your favorite Royal person?
Prince Kai. ;)
My bad. Emperor Kai.
7. Who's your favorite child actor/actress?
Does Haley Mills count? I always loved the way she talks. By the way, this is the best part in The Parent Trap (and there are a lot of good parts).
8. Is there an actor/actress whose private life you like?
Uh, I try not to follow their private lives. Because it's, you know, private.
9. Do you think that actors/actresses have improved over the last 100 years?
I'm going with the common answer of yes and no.
10. What's the weirdest famous person name?
Markus Zusak. Seriously, there's little difference between his first and last name. I do kind of like his name though.
Even though it makes me think of Marcus, from Divergent. . .
11. Do you think you look like a famous persons? If so who?
I've been told I look like Meridith.
I considered that an exaggeration. (I've never seen Brave, actually.)
12. Share your favorite famous person quote.
13. Who's your favorite dancer?
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. ;)
14. Who is your favorite actress, why, and when did you decide?
I haven't a clue.
15. Have you ever met/seen/ been close to a famous person?
Um, do clogging instructors count? Like, giants in the clogging sphere? (Or so I considered them. . .)
Oh! Oh, wait. Stephen James writes these amazing thrillers. He spoke at a writer's conference I went to. A few of my writing friends and I eeped up to him. (Eep is totally a word. Definition: to walk up shyly and with a sense of inferiority. Okay, I made it up. . .) And the bravest among us asked him what kind of college degree we should seek if we planned to write novels (this guy has a masters degree in Creative Writing).
He kind of sighed and said whatever you go to college for don't go for writing, or English. All that time he had spent working on essays and other school stuff, he wished he could've used it for working on his novels and growing in the writing craft. If you're going to go to college. Go for something else that you're interested in. You know, so you can work a regular job and write.
Advice from Stephen James, people. Thank you for visiting my blog. ;)
Thanks Skye for the tag. This was a lot of fun.