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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    Originally Posted by StitchTT6
    I have seen..Screech from Saved By The Bell...John Tesh w/ Connie Selica..Travis Barker..Dog The Bounty Hunter (At DCA)
    I was watching Dog last night and noticed his wife Beth was wearing a Disneyland Resort Levi Jacket.

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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    i forgot...i saw the kid from "spy kids" at DCA. the only reason i recognized him was because he went to the school where i taught.
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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    In DCA's first year I saw that pop group BBMAK. I was pretty excited just because I'd never seen a celebrity before!

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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    Quote Originally Posted by Olympicnut
    Diane Keaton was there today with her entourage. A few of us were enjoying our Dole Whip inside the waiting area at ETR and I called VFan and she had just bragged about seeing her in another part of the park, then not 2 minutes later Diane shows up to have a Dole Whip before going into the Tiki Room.


    I saw her on that day too. In fact, my son ran right into her. She was all in black and that is the only reason why I first noticed her. I thought "wow that women must be hot" not very inconspicous.


    But she walked right into my path and my son ran right into her. I had to grab his arm. I heard her ask her grand daughter if she wanted a lemonade. She sounds just like she does on the Big Screen.

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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    My daughter and I saw Wierd Al Yankovich there last February. Very nice guy.

    We also saw Teri Hatcher, but didn't attempt to talk to her as she was with her child.
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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    Quote Originally Posted by claribella
    But she walked right into my path and my son ran right into her. I had to grab his arm. I heard her ask her grand daughter if she wanted a lemonade. She sounds just like she does on the Big Screen.
    I just thought this was wrong and thought she had two young children so I googled her and it looks like the young girl who you saw her with must have been her 8yr. old daughter (not granddaughter), Dexter. She also has a 3yr. old son, Duke.

    http://www.femail.com.au/diane_keato...gotta_give.htm

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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    Dave Davies from the Kinks. He and his wife had matching maroon/brown hair.

    My wife saw Robert Smith from The Cure once. I would have like to have seen him in a mouse ears hat.

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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    I've actually BEEN to DL with a celebrity and it's funny to see the faces of people as you walk by. They look, and then stare, and then watch as you keep moving. It's hilarious when they ask for autographs!!!!!! (Just because I've known this person since they were like 12, and it's weird to see people asking for their signature!)

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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    Quote Originally Posted by Goin2DL
    A couple of years ago I saw Sean Lennon in DCA. He is very cute and looks so much like his dad in person.

    Now THAT is a cool person to see!!!! Anyone connected to a Beatle has my vote for best person to see at DL! You win...hands down. (In MY book anyway!)

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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    Quote Originally Posted by I Heart Disneyland
    I've actually BEEN to DL with a celebrity and it's funny to see the faces of people as you walk by. They look, and then stare, and then watch as you keep moving. It's hilarious when they ask for autographs!!!!!! (Just because I've known this person since they were like 12, and it's weird to see people asking for their signature!)
    Oohhh...who do you know? If you don't mind me asking...

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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    I was in the crowds of the Christmas Parade filming in November last year, and Ryan Seacrest was the person they were filmnig that day.

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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    Quote Originally Posted by Experiment626
    I just thought this was wrong and thought she had two young children so I googled her and it looks like the young girl who you saw her with must have been her 8yr. old daughter (not granddaughter), Dexter. She also has a 3yr. old son, Duke.

    http://www.femail.com.au/diane_keato...gotta_give.htm
    I meant daughter...mis-typed. But way to research a mistake.

    I was in the crowds of the Christmas Parade filming in November last year, and Ryan Seacrest was the person they were filmnig that day.


    I was there that day when Ryan Seacrest was there too. I got great pics...They are on my computer at home though.

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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    I always see musicians at the resort.

    -All of WEEZER
    -All of Reel Big Fish
    -Brandon from Incubus
    -All Of NO DOUBT
    -I was that guy escorting Ashton Kutcher
    -The Wayans brothers when I was working on ROcket Rods
    -Vince Vaughn
    -and who can forget THE 80's ALL STARS
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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    Quote Originally Posted by njacobus
    I always see musicians at the resort.

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    -All Of NO DOUBT
    Yeah, so I hate you now. Closest I've ever gotten was talking to some guy at the Grand Californian who went to school with Gwen Stefani. *pouts* I know they stay at that hotel though. Every single time I'm there, I PRAY that just maybe...

    When I was younger, my mum says we ate breakfast with...I forget who. Some famous ex-couple. Or something. I'll have to ask my mum and post it here. For some reason I want to say Mel Gibson but I know that wasnt who it was.

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    Re: Celebrity sightings @ DLR

    My friend and I saw some guy. I had no idea who he was, but she told me who he was because she knew him, and that he has his own show on E! at night. Kinda big, grey/salt and pepper hair. He had sunglasses on and he and his pack sat in front of us on Pirates, and at first he told us that if the boat sank, he'd help us. Then, throughout the ride, he provided running commentary (dirty stuff). Then, he started singing the song loud, as if he was drunk. I'll have to ask her again who he was.
    It made for a fun ride experience, I have to admit.
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