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By now we’ve already received a couple of Matt Bomer stories and we’ve been astonished by how welcoming Matt and the White Collar cast has been with their fans. From chatting up with them to facilitating studio visits, I am giving full credit to all the people involved. We scored a few more Matt Bomer stories for you (We’re familiar with the film premiere one — oh the times we’ve stood in line to meet our icons) so here we go.
About @BomerUKFans (Matt Bomer Fanpage)
Alex, Diana, Sara and Peter run an impressive fanpage called @BomerUKFans. They’d been following Matt Bomer‘s career for some time with great interest. They knew he had something very special and was destined to become a mega star. So as they watched his fan base and popularity growing every day, they decided to set up our own UK based fan page, so they have their Facebook and Twitter pages which have been running since 2013 and are currently now in the process of getting their website up and running.
We are back with another beautiful fandom story about Alex, a girl from Poland whose favorite band, Thirty Seconds to Mars, changed her life forever in a million different ways.
Alex is actually a 25 years old Monika, but most people, including her co-workers call her Alex. She’s a dreamer from Poznań, Poland. She’s working at a hostel where she meets new people, collects experiences and works with social media while discovering its power, which fascinates her. She believes that life’s too short to waste it on worries, so she always tries to find a reason to smile in any situation. Little things can make her happy. Her dream is to go on trip around the world or at least visit a few places from the top of her ‘To-see’ list. Alex has a passion of writing stories with an aspiration to publish her own book one day. There are two rules she lives by: “Don’t regret anything you do, because in the end, it makes you who you are” & “Try and fail but never fail to try”. Music keeps her heart beating and she still hopes to shake hands with Bono one day or make jokes with The Joker.
Alex’s Story about Thirty Seconds To Mars
I was growing up in 90s where all we’ve had were things that were close to us physically. As kids all we wanted was to play with kids from the neighborhood and hide from adults telling us to do our homework. We knew people who we were able to meet in person, music that was on MTV (yeah, it really was a music television back then), and all celebrity news were from gossip magazines.
Now over to you.
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