Clarkson: For me, it’s just like an everyday person.
You see them all over the place in L.A. – the corner
store, CVS, Walgreens. But I did speak to Jack
Nicholson a few times. That was pretty cool. He’s a
Dekker: Well, I played in L.A. for a year, and I met a
handful of actors and actresses. I don’t really get too
excited, unless it’s someone like DiCaprio.
But at the end of the day, athletes, actors, singers
-- we’re all just people and we’re human and we like
our space and privacy. I’ve never in my life asked
for a picture with someone that I look up to. I know
how it feels when you’re eating dinner and someone
wants to take a selfie with you. So, I will never do
that to someone.
Hill: I’ve met a lot of actors and actresses, but I’ve
never met Denzel or Will Smith. They’re like, my
bucket list celebrities. Like Oprah, Obama, Will
Smith, Denzel Washington and Ellen DeGeneres are
my five bucket list celebrities that I have to meet one
Nance: They have no idea who I am. Seriously, no
But there was one time we were in the huddle with
the Lakers and the coach was drawing up plays
and I looked over my shoulder and, like, Samuel L.
Jackson is just standing there looking at our play!
And I thought: Well, that’s pretty cool.
What’s the last movie you saw at the theater,
and what was your snack of choice?
Osman: The last movie that I saw was actually
As far as snacks, it depends if
I’m in a good mood. I mostly
like popcorn, chocolate, Coke
-- you know, a lot of bad stuff!
But that’s only once. (Although
I can eat popcorn a lot.)
Hood: Last movie I saw was
actually “The First Purge” and
the snack was some Mike and
Ike’s with a red Slushee
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