I on the other hand have absolutely no qualms regarding this matter. I believe one of the most fun things to do in major hubs like Manila, London or New York City is  reading that a fave celeb is in town;  finding out as much as possible about this; and  getting to meet them – up close and personal.
1. The most obvious first step is to email the person directly.
Duh! Easy peasy, she's my child - hello! I have all her online info - YAY!
Ha! easier even - the obvious choice for my one and only is FOOD!
3. Find their freely available address.
What a no-brainer! When Mahala's in town guess where she stays? with ME!
4. Find basic information about them offline.
What do you think all those "deep and meaningful" mother/daughter talks are for?
5. Use a service (paid) to find their cell phone number or their agent's number.
No need to fork up more bucks since I pay for her phone!
6. Post any photos of the celebrity you find on your Facebook page and tag them in it.
Done! Done! Done! from when she was a nub in my belly to now!
7. Show up at a recorded or live show where they will be.
Are you inferring I'm not a good mother? Especially in this day and age where I can do this all on my phone?
8. Send a product in the mail.
Why bother with checks or money orders when there's PayPal? Really!
- Always, always, tell them you will stop communicating with them if they ever desire. Celebrities like this and may just make a friend out of you when they hear it.
- Do not beg. No one likes a beggar.
- Be genuine in all communication or appearance.
- Do not get discouraged when they do not reply at first. Keep it up.
- Treat the celebrity like a real, actual person. The worst thing you can do is treat them like a god, and no one is a god, and no one likes being treated that way; celebrities included.
- Do not pander (the opposite of flatter). No one likes a person who talks down to others.
- Do not exit your vehicle if you see your celebrity.
- Do not request to meet a celebrity anywhere; you must make a "random" appearance.
- If you meet your celebrity, act calm, not excited, as if you recognize this is a real person. Famous people do not always want to be treated as famous people.
- Do not take photos (could lead to arrest, especially in Los Angeles)