mentalcatastropheFeatured By OwnerSep 15, 2012Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah, technically. I was a girl scout in 4th grade, and our troop was in a parade that broadcasted on the news. We walked for a good couple hours. It was fun because we made tons of jokes. I remember that it was the year that Madagascar came out and I said, "smile and wave, girls, smile and wave..."
It was some years back, when they were talking about the final Harry Potter book. I was on line when- I think it was CBS new- came to me and they asked me if I was excited about getting the book. I never seen myself on TV the next day, though.....
A few years ago I was in a christmas pageant parade thing in Perth and yea =3= i had to dress up in some traditional clothing thing. Im just grateful it was a night and thank god me and my family dont have to do it anymore DDD
I was asked to be on TV but I said I didn't want to be. They still insisted on interviewing me though I did not want them too My older brother made me get interviewed he said I was being stupid not wanting to be on TV. In the end they said If I really don't want to be on TV that I should get my mum to right a letter to them (it was a year ago so I was 18) She wrote a letter to them but I don't now if they used the footage or not.
It was for some program called the kids are all right, They would ask teenagers that looked different to be interviewed for it (I ware dark and gothic clothing plus I have insanely long dark hair where most people where i live have short blond hair or have there hair died red) I know the program was for a good purpose but I said no due to the fact I have no self-confidence and have been bulled my hole life
I was in my country's MTV for like 5 or 10 seconds. lol Not when it's displaying the video music, but it's kinda like a talk show, but without the celebrity guest. There's a presentator/MC introducing the songs. I hope you understand what I meant
3 times. Once as a baby when my dad was interviewed in some sort of Asterix convention and he was holding me; another time was in primary school and a gardening channel came over and some of us helped them plant stuff; the last time was last week when my secondary school was on Gok Wan's anti-bullying show (I haven't seen it yet so I don't know if you can actually see me, but I was there). U?
My first tour of Iraq, my unit was featured on the "Presidents" speech. While my self a squad of 11 others were in charge of the Howitzers for the 21 gun salute. We weren't aware we were being broadcasted. Just concentrating on getting our timing right