I was watching Ellen today.....

@fpd1955 (2075)
United States
April 6, 2007 3:41pm CST
and she had on the guys that are in "Entourage". She asked two of them if they were both single. When they said yes, a huge cheer went up from the ladies in the audience. Did you ever wonder why people cheer when they hear someone of interest is single? Do they think that means they have a "shot at them"? As if....the guest is going to pick out someone from the audience that might "be the one". I just find it kind of annoying. I know that it is wishful thinking on their part, but do they really think they have a shot? I don't want to spoil anyone's dreams, but come on!! Does anyone here think they have a shot at someone famous that is seemingly unattainable? Do you have dreams of getting with a celebrity?
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@mememama (3077)
• United States
6 Apr 07
I notice that too and it annoys me. I think that every once in a great while a celebrity settles with a non-celebrity, but hey one can only dream right? I wouldn't freak out like that, maybe because I already got a husband. Even when I was single I didn't seek out celebrities, there weren't even any around in my lil town! It would be a fun lifestyle for awhile, but I think after awhile it would get old.
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@fpd1955 (2075)
• United States
6 Apr 07
Absoluteyl! All privacy would be gone. Can you see yourself on The National Enquirer?
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• United States
6 Apr 07
I think it just means that the women are happy that they can still openly drool over the single celebrities. It's not as much fun to oggle and fantasize about a married celebrity, especially once they have kids and all. This doesn't seem to hold true for female celebrities, though. Even when they are married, men still openly drool over them and such. Just look at Angelina Jolie, for example. As for me? No, no celebrity dreams here.
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@AmbiePam (45750)
• United States
8 Apr 07
LOL I haven't had those dreams since I was 10 and wanted to marry Joe Lando (Sully, 'Dr. Quinn'). I think a lot of people live in fantasy more than reality. You always hear those one in a million shot stories and people think, oh, that could be me! Most of the time it is harmless and amusing, but occasionally it is obsessive and sad.