Fans Who Lived My Dream By Dating Celebrities

Every single one of us at one point or another has thought about what it would be like to be famous. More specifically, what it would be like to date a famous person.

It doesn't happen every day, but there are rare instances where true love has struck in the most unlikely of places, Have a look below and read all about these fans who lived their dreams by dating a celebrity.

Taraji P. Henson's man was so star-struck, it destroyed their relationship.

Taraji told PageSix that dating is "Hard to maneuver when you’re in show business. It shrinks the search pool. I don’t want an actor. I want a life partner, a real one. I had a guy, but cut to the chase — he was starstruck. They fall for the lady on-screen."

Jillian Fink used to cut Patrick Dempsey's hair.

Patrick scheduled an impromptu haircut at the salon where Jillian was working. Three years later, Patrick worked up the courage to ask her out on a date. Three months after that — they were living together.

Majorie Harvey Bridges met Steve Harvey at one of his comedy shows.

As the story goes, Marjorie was attending one of Steve's comedy shows and walked in late. In the middle of his routine, Steve stopped to look at her and said to the audience "I'm sorry, I don't know who this is — but I'm going to marry her."

Danielle Caesar stalked Jake T. Austin on Twitter for five years.

It took a while, but finally Jake started listening and then eventually responded to Danielle's messages. As of this year, however, it appears that Danielle is dating someone else.

Maureen Starkey met Ringo Starr at the Cavern Club.

Ringo met his first wife at the hallowed club when she was only 15-years-old. The couple married in 1965 and had three children together before ending their relationship and filing for divorce in 1975.

Alice Kim served Nic Cage drinks in an L.A. restaurant.

Even though Alice was more than 20 years Nic's junior, the couple still fell madly in love. They got married after only two months of dating and divorced roughly 10 years later.

Conan O'Brien met his wife Liza Powel while he was taping 'Late Night With Conan O'Brien'.

During an interview with Piers Morgan, Conan said "Somewhere, in the vault at NBC, there's footage of me literally falling for my wife on camera."

Hailey Bieber was a diehard "Belieber" — just like the rest of us.

Hailey first met her future husband when she was only 12-years-old after her father, Stephen Baldwin, took her to a Justin Bieber fan meet-n-greet. Roughly a decade later, and the two of them are married.

Maya Henry met One Direction's Liam Payne at a meet-n-greet.

After their chance backstage meeting, Maya and Liam continued to stay abreast of one another. Five years after they originally crossed paths, they are now engaged and due to be married sometime within the coming year.

Billie-Joe Armstrong met his wife, Adrienne Nesser, at a Green Day concert in Minnesota.

When Adrienne first ran into Billie, she asked him where the Green Day merch table was. Four years later, they were married and remain just as in love as they ever were.

Angela Jones met Matthew Lewis while working an event for Universal Studios.

On the day that Angela met Matthew, her "whole world got turned upside down. I never believed in soulmates until we met," she told TMZ. "We came from two different countries, 4,334 miles apart, and yet we were one and the same."

Townes Adair Jones was set up on a blind-date with Harry Styles, by her sister.

Even though Harry and Townes never made it to their second date, their encounter was memorable enough to inspire Harry to go on and write his song "Carolina."

Kelly Preston always knew that she was going to marry John Travolta.

The story goes that Kelly was walking out of the theater when she saw a poster of John Travolta in the movie Grease. She knew at that exact moment that one day he'd become her future husband.

Kate Middleton used to have posters of Prince William hanging on her wall.

In Kate's defense, this is something that she vehemently denies ever having done. William, on the other hand, supports the assertion and goes on to say that when he first started dating her, the Duchess had pictures of him all over her wall.

Joe Jonas couldn't stop making out with a fan in a movie theater.

In fact, he used to date fans regularly but admits this more often than not would wind up biting him in the backside. The worst kind of rejection, according to Joe, is when you approach a girl and are made to realize that they're more of a fan of your brothers.