Dana was among the group of fans who went out to support Trish yesterday evening. Below is her story of the night that was full of surprises:
So it started off in the park at 11:30am in the poring rain. I was one of the first few excited "Trish" fans to arive. We were told that we would get are tickets at 1:30, so 1:30 goes by, nothing, 2 rolls by, nothing. Its pouring rain and the line up is getting longer and longer by the second! They did atleast hand out free rain coats! We stood out in that rain till around 4:30! They finally moved us to were everything was getting ready for its "Walk of Fame". I had a great spot, right where the celeb.s get out of the limo, and strut they're stuff! Luckly, I was under the roof, so we were finally out of the rain. I felt bad for the others that werent as lucky. So before we knew it the celeb's started showing up! They were late because of the rain, so some couldn't even stop to sign autograph's. Jann Ardene and Robert Goulet felt soooo bad that they couldn't stop! It was really sweet of them. Pam was able able to sign for most, im so glad! She looked beautiful! I was checking out this blond women, and as she got closer I realized that she was "Stiffler's Mom"!!!! Jenifer is her first name, sorry I can't remember her last! She was so cool! Trish actually even called her that during the show! So I just blew my surprise! Trish made it so that all of us drowned rats got to come in and watch the show!!! I couldn't believe it when she told us! Everyone else paid over $600, and we all got in for free! It was amazing. Trish even came up to the balcony to tape a few minutes of the show, and me and this other guy were picked to be part of the show for a few minutes! It was nice I got a chance to speak with Trish for about 5 minutes before the camera men came up. I told her how proud I was of her, and how beautiful she looked in that green gown. So thats my story, and im so honered to be part of the night that the rest of my Country was officially introduced to the person we already know well, Miss Trish Stratus. She couldn't have done a better job.