Come Dine With…Steph’s Two Girls
Every Friday I’ll be posting another dinner guest wish list in my guest series, Come Dine With…
This series asks all sorts of bloggers who their dream dinner guests are, and why. As you’ll find out there is quite an eclectic mix! This weeks dinner guest wish list is from Steph. You can find Steph’s blog over at Steph’s Two Girls.
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So without further ado, let’s Come Dine With… Steph’s Two Girls
Take That – I’m not sure I’ll get away with this, but if I’m being totally honest I would most love to spend a few hours chatting over dinner with Gary, Mark, Howard, Jason and Robbie. That would make this post super short though, so I’m going to see if I can cheat and name them as one of my six – I’d be prepared to swap them in and out, one at a time if necessary. They are my childhood idols; their music has seen me through so many stages of my life and I’d love to find out if they are really the super nice guys that everyone says they are.
Anna Kennedy – Anna is a mum to two autistic boys, and she has campaigned tirelessly for better services for autistic people. She is also responsible for the great ‘Autism’s Got Talent’ show and featured as an ‘inspirational but every day hero’ in the BBC’s People’s Strictly for Comic Relief. I am mum to an autistic girl and I love dancing, so I reckon we’d be on the table together by the end…
Will Smith – I’ve only just recently stumbled across his inspirational videos and he seems like a man full of passion, life and good sense. I could listen to him all night long!
Stacey Solomon – I just love this woman, she speaks her mind but with compassion and integrity, and she is a fabulous role model for my younger girls in terms of teaching them to love themselves as they are. I’d like to quietly applaud her and hopefully not scare her with my fan-girling!
John Barrowman – seems like such an enthusiastic, excitable, fun loving kind of guy! I’m sure his stories would liven up any dinner table and give us something to laugh about in the following months.
Paul Lytton – I don’t know an awful lot about this guy, other than the fact he performed his close-up magic at my brother’s wedding last year and it was A-MAZING. His website is www.northeastmagician.co.uk. I have no idea if he’s interesting in other ways or any fun to talk to, but if not then he could just do some tricks for all my guests and we’d all be happy 😀
You can find all other posts in the Come Dine With….series here.