Kirsten Dunst: It’s Lonely at the Middle

Poor Kirsten Dunst

First she suffers from a debilitating sexiness crisis. Now, she tells MSN that fame has left her alienated, despite the fact that she might not be as famous as she thinks she is.

“I guess I identified with Marie Antoinette when I played her,” Dunst reveals. “Being famous can be isolating. I was 11 when I started acting, and I’ve always been surrounded by adults and people I’m trying to please. It can make you feel very lonely. You’re constantly wondering if people are using you.”

Really, Kiki? You identify with Marie Antoinette? Don’t lose your head, girl; there’s at least one guy in your corner, even if you’re reluctant to admit it.