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Kristin Chenoweth helps support the launch of a new charity

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How cute re: Kristin Chenoweth helps support the launch of a new charity Good for her!!!
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That woman just does stuff for herself, she probably wants the exposure. She won't even take pictures with her fans after they paid to see her onstage, to bring some happiness to them. A real nobody, she will never be a big star. Selfish!
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Why do I feel that she will end up an old lady living in a house with 30 cats?
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"That woman just does stuff for herself, she probably wants the exposure. She won't even take pictures with her fans after they paid to see her onstage, to bring some happiness to them. A real nobody, she will never be a big star. Selfish!"

Awwww, poor baby, Cheno did not take a picture wiff you? Waahhh. She sooooo sefish. Not like that huge star Sawah Bwiteman.
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Im not even a fan of hers, but I did see the reaction of the other fans of hers, and there were girls that were dissappointed and sad about her turning them down for a pic, I didn't even ask her to take a picture with her. She signed my Playbill though. And I thought she was very tacky when she hosted those awards...ugh, not funny at all.
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Ah, how the Entitled Generation turns on their own when they don't get what they are entitled to.
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Why would you want her to sign a Playbill, which she was gracious enough to do, if you are not even a FAN? You are the reason the girls got snubbed, because she obviously cannot pose for EVERY picture and sign EVERY Playbill. So YOU are the SELFISH one.
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I still don't grasp the supposed obligation of stage stars to do anything other than give a good performance.

I mean, I don't expect Harrison Ford to sign or pose for anything after I see his movie. Or the chef to come out and greet me after a dinner. Or Ralph Lauren to sign my shoes. (I threw those in in case someone was about to say "Well, a Broadway show costs more!")

If you want to stagedoor, by all means do. I know it can be exciting to see a performer up close and in person. But a stagedoor is, first and foremost, the means by which actors go to and leave work. If they stop and interact with you at all, I think you've gotten more than you're "entitled" to.

Just my opinion, of course.
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I just think she strikes me as self centered, not a very giving person, but that's just the vibe I get, w/o counting the stage door experience. I think it's all about her becoming a big star.
She is talented, but too into herself, I think, ok, Im done promoting her, so I am not posting anymore in this thread.
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Wait, wait, before you leave us for good, tell us how much you made off her autographed Playbill on ebay, oh selfless one?
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BAH! Who cares if she didn't stop to take pictures, she doesn't owe anyone anything. A lot of Broadway stars are gracious enough to stop and take photos and sign things. It's not in their contract that they have to stay and talk with everyone or sign everything. Get over it! For serious.
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And doncha just hate when self-centered, nasty stars go around starting up charities?