Posted: Jun 01 2012
HOLLYWOOD – As they say in Hollywood: “Made for a movie”, because that’s exactly what Sarah M’s story seems to be.
At just 16 years old, Sarah M, the Los Angeles teen once reprimanded for stalking stars, has become a famous Hollywood celeb herself.
The dorky teen with her trademark straight haircut, wearing a leather jacket, is well known on the red carpet and is cutely referred to as “Stalker Sarah”. Yet undaunted by that unflattering nickname, Sarah M. as she is known, has a large collection of photos with famous celebrities that would put many pro celeb photographers to shame.
Interviewed by Good Morning America, Sarah M. says she has more than 5,000 photos of herself hugging a famous celebrity.
The teen says her ‘celeb photo addiction’ began 4 years ago when she and her dad where at a sports hall and she spotted Robert Hays, one of her favorite actors.
“I knew Hays from ‘Homeward Bound’ and since my dad had a camera in his car, I decided to take a picture with him,” Sarah tells GMA.
Since then, she does whatever she can not to miss any star-studded event. Her dad, a taxi driver by trade, supports his daughter’s ‘hobby’ as long as her school grades don’t suffer.
The celeb stalker says she is not aggressive in her approach to posing with stars.“I just feel when the moment is right and don’t approach them if I sense tension or can tell they are not in the mood to take picture wit me,” says Sarah M.
Which superstar doesn’t have Sarah M. on photo just yet?
Sarah says her absolute favorite star to pose with is Britney Spears but she has been unable to approach her because the timing just wasn’t right.
“I’ve seen her plenty of times but she was either in a park with her kids or she was just busy doing other things,” Sarah says nonchalantly.
Sarah M. has become somewhat of a celeb in her own right and 39,000 Twitter followers are prove she knows how to ‘snag’ stars.
Still, the teen has this advice to offer for anyone who wants to start the same hobby she has:
“Be respectful! First ask them somewhere quietly if it is OK you take a picture. Don’t go bothering and annoying them. It just doesn’t work that way!”
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