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DeeLicious | 14:37 Thu 11th Jan 2018 | Media & TV
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What are the most and least impressive autographs you've ever got?

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Christopher Biggins is my favourite I don't have a least impressive one because I got the autographs of those that I wanted.
Christopher Biggins!!! i always had you down as a classy ladyx
met status quo 3 times got loads of their autographs
Beniamino Gigli, Gina Lollobrigida. Roy Hudd.
I've only ever had one autograph and that's Ricky Ross from Deacon Blue.
Jimmy Saville :o(
Rolf Harris :o(

Mr Roy (Roy North) Basil Brush's sidekick :o)
Jimmy Saville :o(
Rolf Harris :o(
oh dear ;-) x

Harvey Smith and David Broome.
Mr Smith was very nice.
Most impressive - Morrisey.

Least impressive - Helen Terry who was a backing singer for Culture Club. The rest of the band were signing my album, and it felt rude not to ask her to sign as well!
All four of the Beatles in 1964 outside the Liverpool Empire. They're the only famous ones I've ever got.
During the Euro 96 football tournament, the Czech team were staying in a hotel close to where I live. Some of the players came to play golf at my local club. The late Pavel Srnicek, tragedy, signed an autograph for me on a golf scorecard, at that time he was the keeper for my team Newcastle United. When I told my wife she said, "You could have asked him to sign it David Ginola" Some of you ladies may understand this.
Lost them a long, long time ago danny, sadly ...
used to go to the wrestling at the liverpol Empire !! never have asked anyone for autograph.. nicest celeb met was pelé and Besty !
Emile Ford. He sang, 'What do you want to make those eyes at me for'... Signed LP about 1979.
None. I don`t see the point in having a piece of paper with someone's name on it just to prove that I have met them. I did get Colin Jackson's but that was for my Welsh friend who was a big fan.
Oh, I forgot, I also got Tony Christie's autograph in the 80's, was a big fan then !
Somewhere in my cluttered house, I have autographs of Bernie Winters and his pal Schnorbitz. Also Martin Shaw and James Cosmo - can't remember if there are any others.
Most of the old band leaders and singers from the 40s and 50s, I had a much older cousin who collected them, as well as a lot of actors and actresses from that era. I got a lot of footballers, we used to hang around outside Burnden Park after the match and get them, in the days when footballers weren't so up themselves, I also got a lot of a Moscow team who played there once.
The Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Hermans Hermits. I met the Beatles at a fan club convention somewhere in Wimbledon in the 1960's.
Christopher Biggins was staying in the same hotel as us in Sorrento in 1985. Lovely man! He took a lot of time with everyone with much patience! There were lots of hangers on who charged things to his room which made him cross (I was angry for hi My!). Led a silly diving contest on the last day! He was with a dancer friend. Took home a pasta maker as a souvenir!

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