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Is fame too much for ‘Twilight’s’ Pattinson?

According to co-star Ashley Greene, it’s become impossible for the actor catch a break from the constant crush of teenage fans and life in the paparazzi lens.
/ Source: msnbc.com contributor

Fast-tracked fame could prove to be more than “Twilight’s” Robert Pattinson can handle. According to co-star Ashley Greene, it’s become impossible for the actor catch a break from the constant crush of teenage fans and life in the paparazzi lens.

“Oh God. Poor Rob is already a Beatle,” a sympathetic Greene told Nylon magazine. “His whole life is documented. If he picks his nose, it’s all over the Internet. He’s just done for. I think he’s kinda freakin’ out, like, ‘What the f--k is going on?’”

Earlier this year, even Pattinson admitted the growing attention made him uncomfortable and virtually ruined his hopes of establishing new relationships.

“I’m always really worried about ruining their lives, especially with people that aren’t famous,” the 23-year-old said. “It’s such a massive change. I’m kind of a paranoid wreck.”

More creepy confessions from Shia LaBeouf TMI alert! Learning nothing from the reactions that followed his tell-all, or at least tell-way-too-much, interview with Playboy magazine last month, “Transformers” star Shia LaBeouf bared his private life once more for the upcoming issue of Parade.

Sure, he’s already confessed that he finds his mother sexy and famously admitted, “I would be with my mother now, if she weren’t my mother, as sick as that sounds.” But now LaBeouf even credits mom’s fine form (with a little help from dad) as the source behind his sense of humor.

“My humor came from seeing my parents have sex, smoke weed, my mom being naked — just weird hippie stuff, twisted R-rated humor,” the actor confessed.

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With all the maternal talk behind him (hopefully forever), LaBeouf moved on to his breakup with ex-girlfriend China Brezner.

“Maybe it was career pressure … Maybe I chose work,” the 22-year-old pondered. “Every man has those feelings of escape and survival. I know you shouldn’t be that way. I’m trying to understand it and find the answers. I don’t have them now. Why did the love of my life and I break up? … Man, I have no idea. What was that all about? I have no answers to anything. None. Why am I an alcoholic? I haven’t a damn clue! What is life about? I don’t know.”

Why tell all this to a magazine? That’s anyone’s guess.

Dish on the fly Why did Beyoncé cross the road? To get to the other side, obviously, but the interesting part is how she did it. According to The Daily Mail, when the singer recently left London’s Mandarin Oriental hotel to visit the Harvey Nichols department store directly across the street, she and her entourage required two chauffeured vehicles to bridge the gap. … Although it’s likely the last thing “Britain’s Got Talent” runner-up Susan Boyle, or anyone else for that matter, really needs, Paris Hilton has some tips for the rising star. “I think she should come up with something new, since she’s such a huge celebrity now,” Hilton told “Extra.” “I suggest getting a stylist. She could look really hot if she just wore some pretty dresses… But she needs to work on the pose.” … After tweeting a tease earlier this week, announcing that she had “great news to share!! Maybe ... ;),” Lindsay Lohan set her public Twitter account to “private.” Fans hoping for an update about the actress’ rumored reunion with ex-girlfriend Samantha Ronson were met with a message that simply read, “This person has protected their updates.”

Tabloid Tidbits is compiled by Ree Hines.