Well living or dead is the question? I was thinking 'living people' and only three which is hard as there are quite a few, but for interesting conversation I would say....Clive Palmer, Germain Greer and Bob Geldof!!!!!
Isn't it amazing how many bugs are coming out of the woodwork where entertainers who were so admired and respected are concerned?! Very disappointing for me,and I guess many others feel the same way! It's a jolly good thing that so many other interesting folk are coming up through the ranks to take their places in our hearts!
I would love to invite so many people over to dinner especially famous people but when I think about it I think it would be very intimidating...
If I had to chose though, I would pick:
1. Channing Tatum, just as a bit of eye candy.
2. Miley Cyrus, just for some entertainment.
3. Lucy Hale, because she is great!
Famous people are only famous by other's definition so that wouldn't interest me. If it WERE possible, I'd invite my mum and dad (both of whom have passed away) and my maternal grandfather (who I never had the chance to meet). One meal with these people would be lovely (even better if I could have 1 day)
Well Donjo, I always found Tony Abbott pretty hilarious. I also found him an incompetent and untrustworthy.
My previous comment was made whilst he was still PM. I also thought I may have been a bit harsh in my judgement of his abilities or lack of.
But on Monday of this week, turned out I was thinking in the same vein as his closest colleagues. To me he was just a bovva boy, not as bad as Hockey but a bovva boy never the less. Thank God the Party had their eyes open.