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"Anyone saying they wanna go out with you is pretty great, isn’t it? "

This is the quote from Notting Hill. Is the grammar of this sentence right? I know the meaning is " It is pretty great when anyone says they wanna go out with you". However for me the basic structure is "Anyone is pretty great". Could you help me to understand the grammar structure of this sentence? Thanks a lot.

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"Anyone saying they wanna go out with you is pretty great, isn’t it? " 

This is the quote from Notting Hill. Is the grammar of this sentence right? I know the meaning is " It is pretty great when anyone says they wanna go out with you". However for me the basic structure is "Anyone is pretty great". Could you help me to understand the grammar structure of this sentence? Thanks  a lot.
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