(Each month, @U2 puts a spotlight on U2 fans with our "Question of the Month." We pose a question to our readers and invite answers of 200 words or less. If you're interested in taking part, check our home page to see if the current question is still open. If not, check back shortly after the beginning of next month and we'll have another question ready to be answered!)
David Klopper: President Obama, because I think that he is cool, also he is the hope of the free world. He could also be a better President in his second term if he took the time to listen to U2 lyrics and allowed their music to inspire him.
Merli Ortega: Alexander Skarsgård because U2 were influenced by punk and he likes punk music.
Thera Hagerdoon: I would love Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder to be a hardcore U2 fan. First of all because there might be a possibility he will show up once to support Bono on stage. I am a huge U2 fan, but PJ is the runner up.
Second is: I went to an Eddie Vedder solo show in Amsterdam last month, and Eddie hopefully can talk Bono in such a project too. Only once. Small great venue, only 1500 people, and mainly kind of ballads. It would be so wonderful! Just once, because I can't miss U2 for to long…
Jean-Pierre Nanotti: Mick Jagger, but he is already.
Annika Petersson: I would like Bruce Springsteen to become a hardcore U2 fan and then maybe my dream will come true… The biggest world wide tour ever with U2 & Bruce Springsteen and the E-street band. Just imagine what a party!
John Rajic: I would love to see Bono become a hardcore U2 fan. As a hardcore U2 fan, Bono wouldn't care about U2 being relevant, but rather about U2 releasing records and he would want them released quickly because he's a fan. Of course, being an important member of the band, he would be in an excellent position to convince the band to release records quickly.
(c) @U2/individual contributors above, 2012.