Robert Pattinson struggles to find any advantages to being famous - except for getting to stay in nice hotels.
Robert Pattinson says the only advantage of being famous is the luxury hotels he stays in.
The 23-year-old 'Twilight Saga: Ne Moon' actor - who plays Edward Cullen in the vampire franchise - said he has struggled with the phenomenal success of the films but admits there are some advantages.
He said: "You're staying in fancy hotels with incredibly nice bathrooms. This is the best thing I can say about it.
"Everything else I can live without. Of course I am delighted that the 'Twilight' series is so successful. But The Cult of personality that is around me and Kristen is a bit frightening."
Robert also revealed that he once had a crazy Spanish stalker.
He said: "That is absolute Madness, and you ask yourself, where do all these people come from? That's a very bizarre situation, even a bit intimidating. But a bad experience happened only once, but that was before 'Twilight'.
"Two years ago, I was filming an independent film in Spain, and every day a girl stood in front of my apartment. She was a stalker, which was soon very unpleasant."