WE asked people to reveal the most famous person they have met while wandering the streets of Colwyn Bay or Llandudno.
With both being historically popular coastal resort towns, their theatres, pubs and clubs have paid host to the great and good over the decades.
During the heyday of British wrestling, stars like Big Daddy and Les Kellett entertained grapple fans in Llandudno’s Winter Gardens.
In more recent times, Welsh comedian Rhod Gilbert tried his hand at zookeeping at the Welsh Mountain Zoo for his Work Experience series.
In addition, they have been popular with celebrities with families as holiday destinations.
Python Terry Jones and Bond actor Timothy Dalton hail from Colwyn Bay, drag queen The Vivienne was a pupil at Rydal Penrhos, while Llandudno is the hometown of Wales and Everton football legend Neville Southall.
But who is the most famous person to set foot in the towns?
This is what you had to say:
Pete Thefish said he’s seen Lionel Richie, confirming that he did say “Hello” and stayed “All Night Long”.
Laura Matthews remembered seeing the Queen at Marine roundabout.
Some of the UK’s favourite entertainers have been spotted in the towns.
Kazz Brown remembers seeing Paul Daniels, while Alan Jones saw Jim Davidson.
More recently, Georgina Williams remembers seeing comedian and Doctor Who companion John Bishop.
Meanwhile, Shaun Benton remembers seen former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson at Llandudno’s Venue Cymru.
Finally, Karen Sparrow remembers seeing Freddie and the Dreamers and Welsh comedy great Stan Stennet.