Perry Osborne-Crown, 21, has lived in Portsmouth all his life and is the man behind the viral footage of ‘Frozen girl’, seen miming along to Let it Go in Commercial Road last month.
When did you last go away and where did you go?
I went to Turkey in May this year. I try to go on holiday at least once a year as I hate the cold weather and I just want to hibernate when it’s cold. We chose Turkey because they have gorgeous beaches over there.
What was the last gig/concert you went to?
I actually haven’t been to a concert since I was about 11 years old. It was so long ago that I can’t even remember who I went to see.
What was the last theatre show you saw?
The last show I went to see was Grease at the Kings Theatre in Southsea. I love the atmosphere of live stage shows - so much better than watching it on TV.
What do you watch on TV?
At the moment I am watching American Horror Story and I’m hooked. It’s basically a 13-episode series that has a different horror story in each one.
And which TV programmes do you avoid?
I don’t really enjoy soaps such as EastEnders and Coronation Street. I just can’t get into that type of drama. I find it so boring.
Which celeb would you most like to spend a weekend with?
I think I’d like to spend a weekend with Charlotte Crosby from the reality show Geordie Shore (right). She’s so funny on the programme and I think she would make me laugh.
Where do you shop?
The place I shop the most is probably Jack Wills in Gunwharf Quays. I love the shop itself and the fact that its clothes represent typical English style.
Where do you eat out?
I like to eat at Nandos because I love spicy chicken and Nandos does some of the best spicy chicken around. It’s also really good value for money, which is always good.
What’s your signature dish, if you’re cooking?
My signature dish is most probably pasta bake because it’s easy and quick to make and tastes good. I’m not really much of a cook!
What about pubs and bars? Where do you go?
I’m usually in either the V&A in Albert Road, TigerTiger or Liquid, because everyone I know goes in there and they have become our regular places.
Where’s good for a day out locally?
I think a trip to the arcades (right) is always good if you’re staying local. It’s cheap, cheerful and fun.
And what about a day trip further afield?
I think if you’re going further afield there’s no better place than London for the day. There are some great sights to see and some really nice restaurants.
Finally, do you have any hobbies?
I like to go to the gym to keep fit. I’m also a big fan of animals and like taking my dog for long walks and looking after my ducks. I don’t really have many other hobbies.