The Big Question: What would you do?

Good morning! I might not have time to write a review of something today so I’m writing this post now so that if I don’t have the time then at least I’ve posted something today.

We’re going to play a little game.

We’re going to pretend that I’m a genie and I’ve granted you three wishes, one of your wishes was to interview somebody who’s work you really liked (singer, actor, dancer, musician, director, author etc.). I, being a genie of course granted you this wish. So my questions to you are…

What would you do? What questions would you ask? Who would you ask the questions to?

I quite often find myself thinking what questions I would ask people if I had the opportunity, for instance I was only just thinking of theoretical questions I would ask Ian Somerhalder if I ever got the opportunity. And it can be quite fun, but then kind of depressing when you realise that you’re probably never going to get to interview that person, but I think it’s still interesting to think of what questions you would ask.

You don’t even have to think about it in huge detail, just think up a question that you would like to ask someone who’s work you like or who inspires you and leave the question along with who you would ask it to in the comments section! I would really love to know the kind of things people would ask! (The person you ask a question to can even be dead, if you would want to ask a question to a dead person). The only thing I ask is that they’re someone in the public eye, although I know we probably all have questions we would like to ask friends that we’re no longer friends with, or family members who have died or moved away. But the point of this exercise is to figure out what you would ask someone that’s known by a lot of other people.

I really hope you take your time to comment because it would really mean a lot to me!

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