Once upon a time, a North Dakota girl met the world's favorite Golden Girl.

A North Dakota woman once got the honor of meeting an American icon. According to Inforum, Alice Hogenson of Fargo got the once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet and hang out with Betty White! Alice told Inforum that, in August of 2011, she got a phone call about winning an internet trivia contest that was about Betty White. So, Alice and a guest were flown to Los Angeles to watch Betty White on the set of her music video "I'm Still Hot."

Though I have never met someone as iconic as Betty White, I have met a few celebrities.

I have met a few celebrities over the years. I met The Band Perry, Luke Bryan, and The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus because of work things. I met Zac Brown when my brother and I were walking by the rides at the North Dakota State Fair. Miranda Lambert at the Bismarck Event Center when she opened for Keith Urban - she was still fresh off of Nashville Star. I met Josh Duhamel when he was at the Dakota Square Mall, promoting Win a Date with Tad Hamilton. And I also met Steve Ransazzisi from The League after his standup show at Comedy Works in Denver.

Now, even though it was cool to meet those people, all of the celebrities on my bucket list I have yet to meet. The top celebrities I would love to meet are David Spade, Keith Urban, Taylor Swift, and pretty much anyone from the cast ot Letterkenny. Which celebrities have you met or would you like to meet?

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