While you may disagree, Robert Pattinson claims not every photo taken of him is perfect.
In the new issue of NME, RPattz gets real about what privacy is like for him these days, how he feels about paparazzi photos and looks back on his sobriety levels during a time when he was at nearly every single award show known to man kind.
“I was watching the MTV VMAs the other day and thinking how bizarre it was that I ever did that sh*t,” Pattinson, the magazine’s second cover star to date, says.
“I remember doing those awards and saying the dumbest stuff. And I was hungover for most of it.”
As for what critics say about him on and offline, RPattz says he goes through periods where he ignores all the noise:
“Then I’ll fall back into this pit… it really does affect you, and it all comes from some moron sitting on a comment board. It’s always that person who’s needling away at you, who you either want to destroy, or convince them to love you.”
Elsewhere in the interview, the 29-year-old actor reveals that he didn’t go to a supermarket “for about six years” because of the craze surrounding his new fame. While that’s no longer an issue, it looks like bookstores, of all places, still scare him.
“I find the most embarrassing photo that can ever be taken of you is when you’re in a bookshop and everyone can see what book you’re buying. They might as well just take a picture of me having a wank.”
BRB going to look for photos of Robert Pattinson shopping for books.
Pick up the new issue of NME on Friday.
Pattinson’s new film, Life, opens nationwide Dec. 4.