If you don’t want to take pictures with people, then don’t be famous.

This A- list mostly television actress from a very hit network show is learning some lessons from her singer turned actress co-star. Basically it is this. Get fans to watch you and come to your stuff and make you famous, but when you do get famous push them aside and think you are better than them and don't take photos or interact with them because the fans are only there to be used.

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This A- list mostly television actress from a very hit network show is learning some lessons from her singer turned actress co-star.

Basically it is this.

Get fans to watch you and come to your stuff and make you famous, but when you do get famous push them aside and think you are better than them and don’t take photos or interact with them because the fans are only there to be used. If you don’t want to take pictures with people, then don’t be famous.

Don’t audition for television shows and movies.

When this show ends, and it will end, and you can’t get any roles or have a bunch of failed pilots, you will need those fans to buy whatever you are selling to make ends meet.

Think about that now.

You know the worst thing you can do?

Advertise that you are this way, which is what you did.

Chrissy MetzĀ  – This Is Us

Singer turned actress co-star: Mandy Moore

‘This Is Us’ Star Chrissy Metz Taking Fewer Photos With Fans

This Is Us star Chrissy Metz says she’s done taking photos with adoring fans in airports or restaurants.

But don’t take it personally, and here’s why: “I’ve had to learn how to draw really healthy boundaries, meaning I want to take pictures with everybody, I want to talk to everybody, I want to sign autographs and pictures. But sometimes I just can’t,” Metz told the Hollywood Reporter while attending the Banff World Media Festival.

The actress, who plays Kate on the popular NBC drama, isn’t retreating into a bubble or feeling threatened by her fans. Metz just wants to pull back on pleasing everyone during meet-and-greets.- Source