It’s an interesting week!
Chris Evans has an anxiety attack due to a fan at a convention, Amy Schumer relents and will take photos with ‘nice fans’ and more.
Check it out below!
Amy Schumer Says She’ll Still Take Photos With ‘Nice People’ After Fan ‘Scared’ Her
Amy Schumer had a bad run-in with a man in South Carolina that made her question taking photos with her fans.The comedienne recounted the experience on her Instagram account.”This guy in front of his family just ran up next to me scared the s*** out of me,” she recalled Saturday. “Put a camera in my face. I asked him to stop and he said ‘no it’s America and we paid for you’ this was in front of his daughter.”
Meet Tim Lynch, the All-Star autograph chaser turned Yankees draft pick
A box of donuts, that was the lure.Tim Lynch, then 14, wanted Lorenzo Cain to sign a specific baseball card, a Bowman card to help him complete an autographed set during the summer of 2007.Cain, playing for the Brewers’ Class A Brevard County affiliate in the Florida State League, was years away from becoming an All-Star center fielder for the Royals. But at that moment, he was waiting for a payment from Topps, the owner of Bowman. His agent at the time, Joshua Kusnick, had advised him not to sign Bowman cards during the delay.
Fan at Con Causes Chris Evans To Have Anxiety Attack
In case you didn’t know, Chris Evans has struggled with anxiety his ENTIRE life and has attended therapy because of how extreme it can get. My first post on this site was about how Colton Haynes and I deal with clinical anxiety and how it affects our lives extremely. The fact that Chris Evans goes to cons to make fans happy is an extremely tough thing to do and I’m so grateful that he goes out of his way and faces his fears to make others happy. Many amazing actors like Grant Gustin barely attend cons because of the severe anxiety they deal with.
Steiner Sports hosts star-studded autograph session
Scenes from “The Perfect Show” autograph session hosted by Steiner Sports on Saturday, June 18, 2016 at Adelphi University. Former Yankee’s pitcher Don Larsen, legendary San Francisco 49’ers quarterback Joe Montana, former Miami Dolphin Mercury Morris, ESPN sportscaster and NBA Hall-of-Famer Bill Walton and former Los Angeles Laker Jerry West were all in attendance.