I don't like to admit it, but I am fascinated by pop culture. When someone comments 'who cares?' on a Kardashian-related Buzzfeed article, I am the person who cares.

I'm not sure why I care. Perhaps it's the idea that celebrities could be 'just like us.' Or maybe it's the fact that famous people are so not like us that intrigues me.

Anyways, I recently came across Buzzfeed article about people's rudest celebrity encounters, and it got me thinking about my own interactions with 'the stars.'

I've met four celebrities in my life: AnnaSophia Robb, Drake Bell, Nappy Roots, and Scott Eastwood (well, virtually).

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I went to high school with AnnaSophia Robb, and she told me that she liked my shoes. I met Nappy Roots and Scott Eastwood through my radio career. The band took tequila shots with me and, yes, Clint Eastwood's son is as hot as they say. I met Drake Bell when he performed at the Aggie Theater. He seemed cool at the time, but the recent allegations against him have left me feeling...not so great.

However, my pop culture experience only goes so far, so I asked you to share about the celebrities you've met — and how you felt about them.

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It turns out that Northern Coloradans have met a lot of famous people. From Al Pacino to Britney Spears, here are nine celebrities who are jerks and 19 who are awesome, according to you:

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We asked. You answered. Northern Coloradans have met a lot of famous people, some of whom were nice and some of whom were...not so nice. Read on to see some of your most memorable celebrity encounters.

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