These days, most people are obsessed with celebrities. Sure, it’s pretty exciting when you happen to see your favorite actor or musician in public. However, the media is hyper-focused on capturing celebrities doing “normal” things, and fans seem to think they have the right to know about every detail of a famous person’s life. This means that it’s pretty difficult for celebrities to do things like go to dinner, grab a coffee in the morning or take their children to the park.
However, there are also a few “hot spots” that famous people love to frequent. These celebrities know that they will likely be photographed at these locations, which definitely comes in handy when a celebrity needs to promote a new movie, television show or album. The fact that there are celebrity hot spots makes many people think that famous people love getting so much attention, and shouldn’t complain when they are constantly getting their pictures taken. To be fair, it can get kind of annoying when cameras are constantly in your face when you just want to grab a bite to eat and catch up with friends.
Many celebrities are also known for being especially friendly to their fans and taken pictures when asked. So, for those who love a good celebrity sighting, here are 12 places where you’re most likely to meet a famous person.
12 Drake Hotel
11 Nikki Beach
10 Ace Hotel
9 Brentwood Country Mart
8 Disneyland Resort
7 Franklin Village
6 Hotel Meurice
5 Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills
3 La Esquina
2 Empire Hotel Rooftop
1 Chateau Marmont
The paparazzi frequent this establishment pretty often, since there’s a good chance they’ll get a “money shot” of an A-list celebrity. Stars that have been seen there include Lady Gaga, Dakota Johnson, James Franco and Jamie Dornan. Lindsay Lohan and Led Zeppelin have also stayed at the Chateau Marmont. The classic style of the hotel is a nod to some of the original architecture of Los Angeles. If you want to increase your chances of seeing your favorite star there, visit the hotel during the day and have lunch on the patio. You may be surprised to see who shows up. Just remember that the Chateau Marmont has a “no photography” policy, so don’t get kicked out just because you “had” to take a pic with your phone.
Sources: people.com, louloumagazine.com, timeout.com, marieclaire.co.uk, instyle.com
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