Peyton McElaney


10 celebs on what they hate about being famous

Not all celebrities are always comfortable in the spotlight.


Fox reflected on a “weird” outfit worn to 2008 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, telling WhoWhatWear, “This was in the era of me not giving a single f---. I was famous and not happy about it.”

Megan Fox


The model told Variety that fame is “a learning process,” explaining, “It makes me emotional because at times, fame makes you feel out of control of your life.”

Gigi Hadid


The rapper reflected on her life before her rise to fame in a series of tweets. “I had less people who had opinions about my life. I felt like my life was mine,” she wrote.

Cardi B


Bieber has been in the spotlight for over a decade. He told GQ that when he was newly famous, he’d do anything for a sense of normalcy, including hiding his passport.

Justin Bieber


The former Nickelodeon star said on her podcast Empty Inside that she bore the burden of being her family’s chief source of financial support when she was only 10 or 11.

Jennette McCurdy


“I hated being recognized, I hated not being able to go out … ,” Eilish said on the Smartless Podcast. In recent years, she said she has grown to appreciate her celebrity status.

Billie Eilish


She grappled with having a famous name while breaking into the modeling industry. On the Keeping Up with the Kardashians reunion, she said she took her last name off modeling cards.

Kendall Jenner


Known for his troubled relationship with the Twilight films that shot him to stardom, Pattinson was unsentimental about his fame in an interview with The Guardian.

Robert Pattinson


People recognize your face. That’s it.

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Like her Twilight costar and ex, Stewart revealed complicated thoughts on fame to Harper’s Bazaar UK, “Fame is the worst thing in the world. Especially if it's pointless.”

Kristen Stewart


They rose to fame at 9 months olds on Full House, but now the twins stay out of the public eye, focusing on their fashion brand, The Row.

Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen


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