34 People Share Their ‘One Minute Of Fame’ Moments In Reply To Chrissy Teigen’s Tweet
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You’ve probably experienced this once or know someone who does. At one point in our life, we could be the cameos of blockbusters or even extras of long-standing series. Whichever it is, Chrissy Teigen wants you to share them, maybe it’ll finally get your name to rocket once more.
Of course, she shares hers to begin the thread.
We’ve found Chrissy’s role in Tokyo Drift’. Let’s find out who else enjoyed a split second fame in their lifetime.
“We just got a letter.”
Married Priyanka Chopra.
If you ate Kraft’s Mac ‘n Cheese, you’ll know here.
A lot of us are. But only a few noticed.
Appearing in ‘Toddlers & Tiaras’.
Appearing on ‘Last Week Tonight With John Oliver’.
Precious blue arms.
A seat filler next to Chrissy Teigen’s!
The eyeliner that survived the car crash.
His one and only shot. They couldn’t afford all shots with the original hand.
Michael Bublé’s daughter?
I became a model in a split second.
The real legend.
VERY uncomfortable. Almost a ghost.
Does anybody remember Zoom?!
Life is cruel.
Nothing to lose.
Wiener leggings girl.
Made it to Teen Magazine.
When you’re being directed as such since 11.
Which one was you though?
An epic quarantine masterpiece.
this went viral but I don’t really think it counts as famous 😂 I still get people messaging me about it through https://t.co/Tv15xtgmRb— Liz🍦 (@annielizzz) April 30, 2020
It’s all in the past and she’s now laughing this off!
I blame her.
The man himself!
Years ago I was in mango juice commercial that played constantly in the UK. They made me do a “Jamaican” accent on the spot but assured me it wouldn’t be used in the final cut 😔 pic.twitter.com/axOuh7FerT— Rahul Kohli (@RahulKohli13) May 1, 2020
Listening to the wise words from Danny Bonaduce.
Danny Bonaduce talked to me about not doing drugs one time. pic.twitter.com/FduSLY9Q3B— Surefire A L E X (@pawnshop_putter) April 30, 2020
The spotlight of Sportcenter.
16 rides later…
This talented boy.
I had a solo in the opening number of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in 2005. I sang about my dad being in the army, but he never was a soldier he worked in business development 🙃 pic.twitter.com/893fhwC7kb— Chris Murphy (@christress) April 30, 2020