Transcript for 13-Year-Old Captures Perfect Selfie With Bruce Springsteen
Yep, that's Bruce Springsteen's classic "Thunder road" and a new selfie has everyone talking right now. That is EE laze have Sollers and let's take a look at the moment that that 13-year-old fan snapped during the photo during the boss' concert in Baltimore. He slowly came up. It's pretty amazing she has this video actually. Someone kindly captured her taking the perfect selfie there. She grabs his hand. Look at that face. She went, what. It really is him, honey. Guess what, let's look at her face right now. We have Eliza Sollers in her home in lutherville, Maryland. Thanks for joining us. Tell us about that photo. How did you snap that selfie? So he actually came by a couple of times and the first time he came around, I put my hand out and he shook my hand and then the second -- and a girl next to us got a selfie and I was like, oh, my god, I have to get a selfie with him if he comes around again which usually doesn't happen but he came around again and I just kind of kneeled down and I was ready and I didn't even look back. I was just ready to get a selfie with him and he came up and I was hoping to get him out of the corner of the picture but he came up and gave me a hug from behind which was amazing. Yeah, tell me. I mean, the boss hugs you and then I love how you grabbed his hand. Tell me what you were feeling when that was all going on. Well, I mean, I love Bruce Springsteen so the fact that he was hugging me, I might as well have put my hand up and gave him a hug back and, yeah, that was amazing. Well, you're 13 so not a lot of 13-year-olds are big Bruce Springsteen fans. I mean, tell me how you became one. So my dad is his biggest fan, Bruce's songs are basically his soundtrack to life. So they're always playing in the car around the house, so they're pretty much engraved into my head so, of course, I like Bruce and, yeah. What's your favorite song? What's your favorite boss song? "Thunder road." Yeah. That's a good one. What's life like since the video was released? It's been kind of the same other than the fact that I'm on "Good morning America" but I've had -- I've had a teacher come and tell me they see my video. I've had friends like text me the link and things like that so -- Pretty cool. Pretty cool stuff. Well, Eliza, thank you so much for joining us. We appreciate it. Bye-bye. Bye, Eliza. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. Just take it all in. I'm on "Good morning America." Hey. Not a big change.
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