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John Travolta Swears His Fans Aren’t Like His Disturbed Character in ‘The Fanatic’ (Video)
“I didn’t do this film to exorcise anything or blow off some steam on any fanbase,” Travolta said at TheWrap’s Screening Series at The Landmark in Los Angeles. “Fred [Durst, the director], might have had a different history than I have, but I’ve always felt this deep appreciation for my fans. I met this one woman a few days ago that got a tattoo of me. She didn’t know she would ever meet me, she just did it. I appreciate that what I’ve done means that much to people.”
Geddy Lee Savagely Disrespected By Rush Fan At Restaurant
Word of advice, if Rush frontman Geddy Lee shows up to your establishment you should probably say hi and ask for an autograph. At least that’s what one business owner’s brother surely had to of been thinking when the impossible happened and the Rush icon attended a local smoothie shop. Unfortunately, the business owner didn’t say anything towards the Rush singer because he didn’t want to bother him. Rush singer Geddy Lee secretly hired this big name drummer.
O.J. Simpson Is A Superstar At Vegas Bar, Signs Autographs & Dances His Tail Off
The Juice, 72, didn’t try to keep his identity hidden very well and was soon recognized Wednesday night while out on the dance floor at the Sand Dollar Lounge, an off-Strip blues hangout in Sin City. There, says TMZ, he was treated like a “rock star,” dancing with two blond women half his age.
Dallas Cowboys Star Snubs Kid Asking For Autograph. NY Giants Star Does Something Extraordinary For Him.
In September, an eleven-year-old boy wearing a Saquon Barkley New York Giants jersey approached Dallas Cowboys star DeMarcus Lawrence after the game asking for an autograph. Lawrence, without breaking stride, walked right past Kamil Bautista, calling back, “Get the right jersey, son!”
Swindon autograph dealer got Tasers ‘for protection’ after threats and local burglaries
AN AUTOGRAPH dealer bought pepper sprays and Tasers off the internet in a bid to protect himself from rogue collectors.Richard Bristow bought the items from a US-based website not realising they were illegal. When one of the weapons, a stun gun, failed to arrive the 59-year-old was even given a refund.The reason it hadn’t been posted through his letterbox was because it had been seized by Border Control officers in September 2018.
Hooters Calendar Tour Autograph Signing
Come meet the Hooters Girls featured in the 2020 Hooters Calendar from December 12 thru Saturday, December 14 in Southwest Florida. The Hooters Calendar Tour will include Miss Hooters International and 2020 Hooters Calendar cover girl Briana Smith from Sunrise, Florida, centerfold Gianna Tulio from Boca Raton, Miss May Angela Porter from Naples, Miss February Sidney Pickman from Kentucky and feature girl Alyssa Duckett from Fort Myers.
STAR WARS SPECIAL EDITION JACKETS: HOW TO BUY ONE, HOW TO GET MARK HAMILL AUTOGRAPHED JACKET
Diehard fans can also get their hands on an exclusive Challenger Jacket signed by Luke Skywalker himself, actor Mark Hamill. The Star Wars Force Edition Challenger Jacket, includes an autograph from the actor as well as the message “May the Force be with you” and costs $900, comes with a certificate of authenticity, and is non-returnable. There are only 25 jackets available in select stores on December 6, 2019, with all proceeds funding academic scholarships and programs selected by Hamill. The selected shops are Seattle, New York City, Portland (Oregon), Disney Springs and Mall of America (Minnesota).
[Update: Sells for over 1000% of estimate] Signed Steve Jobs Macintosh floppy disk up for auction — the perfect $7500 stocking stuffer
Up for auction today is a neat piece of Steve Jobs signed Apple memorabilia, a Macintosh floppy disk. This is a little different than some of the items we often see up for auction like Jobs autographed Mac manuals, posters, or Apple awards, and may go for a more reasonable price, relatively speaking that is.
Sports memorabilia guru Brandon Steiner launches new venture
Brandon Steiner, the Scarsdale resident whose name has been synonymous with sports memorabilia for 32 years, has created a new website for buying and selling collectibles. This follows the Oct. 29 date Steiner Sports Memorabilia Inc., had given the New York State Department of Labor for closing its headquarters at 145 Huguenot St. in New Rochelle and laying off all 60 of its employees.
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