Saturday, August 1, 2020

What If You Won The Chance To Meet Elton John?


What would you do if you won the opportunity to meet and greet with Elton John? Would you go cray or just stand there in amazement?

At times Elton John may possibly offer meet and greet, backstage passes, VIP pass, meet and greet tickets, meet and greet passes, depending on the event.

In 2018 alone, Elton John earned $46 million, landing him No. 57 on Forbes' top 100 celebrity earnings list. In 2014, CNN Business named the British musician among the top 10 richest musicians with an estimated net worth of $450 million.


Also See: What's Your Favorite Elton John Song?

Elton John is a British singer, pianist and composer. Along with selling more than 300 million records, he has found success on Broadway, composing the music score for the Tony award-winning hit 'Billy Elliot.'

The Wrap-Up Magazine wants to know what if it was you meeting Elton John? What reaction would you have? What would you want to do or ask? Comment your answers below in the comment section of the website.


9 comments:

  1. I would be SO overcome at just being in his magnificent presence!! I’m not sure I could utter a sound!!! Then, I think I would break down in tears at the sight of him in front of me!! Then...I would faint!! It would be the ULTIMATE dream come true!!

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  2. I’d piss my pants and pass out.

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  3. It is on my bucket list I would be so happy because I have always wanted to tell him how he helped a shy 13 year old who wore glasses feel better about herself somehow he being a rockstar made it ok I'm 58 now and I've worn contacts for a long time but elton and his music will always be special to me

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  4. It would be a DREAM COME TRUE for me! I would honestly talk to him like an old friend and wouldn’t let my excitement get the better of me as much as I would like for it to. Its been my life goal, and it would me so much to me!

    I’m 25 and have been listening to Elton John my whole life growing up with the Lion King and El Dorado. When I was 14 I got to see him and Billy Joel live and ever since then I have been going to see him any chance I get. I have traveled all over the country following him on tour over the last 10 years. I have seen him 31 times and plan to keep going as long as he’s touring!

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  5. I would be so happy I would probably cry he is my idol I’m on my 14 years old and I want to be just like him when I grow up when I’m down I listen to him and he makes my day so much better it’s one of my dreams to meet him

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  6. The talent, compassion, a man who is gracious loves people Elton's causes are unique Elton's music is a ray of sunshine

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  7. I’m the daughter of an alcoholic who never entered rehab. I attended AL A Non in my thirties to deal with the trauma of my childhood. When I viewed Rocketman in the theater I experienced the most acute and profound emotional experience of my life in a movie theater. The scene where he is in group and hugs his inner child and talks to the critics in his life and head mirrored the work I did. I found myself shaking and close to breaking down viewing that and then into I’m Still Standing lifted me. I want to meet this man and yes tell him how much his music meant to me and still does but I want to just somehow tell him how profoundly moved his story was and still is for me.

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  8. OMG at the first meeting I would freeze as always nervousily then I would greet him of course and show my only memory of all my DVD of his concert in 2000 if I was with my son I would show his reactions to his songs too you know there's no barriers for a child with Hidrocephalia to react even more for a mother with autism spectrum like me

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  9. Omg its been a dream of mine to one day be able to meet Elton. I've tried everything. From fan mail to email social media everything. I've been to every Elton concert thats been in my city since I've been alive. Everything I've ever wanted. Ive been through so much and him and his music help me get though and still helps me to this day... i would do anything to get the chance even if its just 5 mins. He is my hero. I have a back disease with complex regional pain syndrome. Im only 34 years old. One day I probably won't be able to walk anymore. So I'm trying to get to see him while I can. I have backstage passes and I PRAY that maybe just maybe ill be able to see him then. I think I'd at first be overwhelmed with emotions bc yall don't know what I've been through and how much his music has gotten me through and to be able to tell him in person I would be able to die a happy happy person... so please if this is something that is actually happening please for the love of all things left that is good in this world ... please pick me!

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