Celebrity Interviews



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Use this experience to help preteens feel like celebrities as
they get to know each other at camp or in a small group this

You’ll need celebrity dress-up clothes such as feather boas,
sunglasses, large hats, or sports jerseys.

Form pairs and have partners take turns interviewing each other in
front of the group. Let kids make up celebrity names for themselves
and use the dress-up clothes to look like celebrities.  

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Sample Interview Questions:

  • What’s one thing you’d like to be famous for?
  • What would be the best thing about being famous? the worst
  • Besides Jesus, which famous person would you most like to meet
    and why?

Diane Thom
Maple Valley, Washington

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