Corbin Bleu got handed his iced coffee from the kind lady from behind the counter at Starbucks. She was a fan of his and had a mini fangirling attak as she made his coffee. She had to be professional, all the same, so she just politely asked for his autograph.
"It's always nice to meet a fan." said Corbin as he bared his perfect milky white teeth in a smile.
She didn't have the heart to tell him she liked Zac Efron better.
As Corbin left Starbucks, something - or someone - caught his eye. He turned to see a lady sitting by the window, alone, sipping hot chocolate with whipped cream. She had dark brown hair that came down to her shoulders in a wave, clear, fair skin, and dark blue eyes with long, dark eyelashes. To Corbin, she was perfect even though when she smiled her teeth were crooked and yellow and her dark nosehairs stuck out of her nose and were very clearly visible. Still, Corbin found her flawless. He suddenly felt his navy and white runners taking him over to her table. When he finally started thinking about what he was doing it was too late. He was at her table with his charming smile that won over thousands of girls hearts. I'm talking about fans, of course. He doesn't flirt with that many girls. The beautiful girl looked up to see him and furrowed her eyebrows.
"Hey, you're that afro kid from that thing! Cordon Bleu!" she exclaimed excitedly, making him sigh.
"Actually, it's Corbin." he said. Why does everyone always mix him up with a chicken dish!?
"Oh. Well you were in that movie with Zac Efron! I always found him hotter to be honest-" she was cut off by a now slightly annoyed Corbin.
"Alright! Alright. Listen, you're beautiful. Would you go on a date with me sometime?" he asked bravely.
"Yeah! Sure! I heard those Disney kids get paid a fortune! Um, I mean, sure, that would be lovely..." stuttered the woman. "I'm Britney, by the way."
"Hey, Britney, I'm Corbin. not Cordon." laughed Corbin.
"Why don't you sit down, Corbin? This can be our first date!" suggested Britney, gesturing to the vacant seat on the other side of the table.
"I'd love to." said Corbin softly, almost flirtily, sitting down.