10+ Celebrities Who Don't Always Enjoy Being Famous

Fame isn't all it's cracked up to be — just ask these celebs.

They have found that with the money and cool experiences comes many sacrifices, including a loss of privacy and being able to trust those around you.

Come see what else these 10+celebs had to say about the downsides of fame.

1. Selena Gomez

Being famous has aggravated the singer's mental and physical health over the years.

So much so, that she was forced to cancel part of her Revival World Tour and enter into a treatment center for depression and anxiety.

"My self-esteem was shot," she told *Vogue*. "I was depressed, anxious."

"I started to have panic attacks right before getting onstage, or right after leaving the stage," she continued.

"Basically I felt I wasn’t good enough, wasn’t capable."

2. Billie Eilish

Becoming famous so young came at a price: she lost her teenage years.

"There is no training, there's no like, let me go to a school that's going to teach me how to be famous," she told Dutch channel 3voor12.

"Also, that would suck. That would be trash school," she continued.

She even went so far as to say that "famous people suck and that "fame is trash."

Tell us how you really feel, Billie!

3. Amy Schumer

As one of the more down-to-earth celebs, the comedian has said that extravagant events like the Met Gala "felt like a punishment."

"I don't like the farce," she confessed to Howard Stern. "We're dressed up like a bunch of [expletive] [expletive]."

4. Kylie Jenner

One look at the reality star's Instagram feed and you would think that she relishes in being famous.

But, in fact, it's just the opposite due to the anxiety it's given her over reading something bad about herself.

5. Daniel Craig

The James Bond actor told ShortList that camera phones have become the bane of his existence.

"I get people who [photograph me] while I'm having dinner. I want to get violent and I can't," he said.

He continued on, saying that people think it's their right to take a photo of him.

While he thinks it is incredibly intrusive, he also knows that he can't stop it even though he wants to.

Everyone has a camera on their phone now! It's impossible to avoid.

6. Shia LaBeouf

Who could forget when he showed up to a red carpet event with a paper bag over his head that read, "I Am Not Famous Anymore"?

In addition to this, he tweeted, "In light of the recent attacks against my artistic integrity, I am retiring from all public life."

7. Robert Pattinson

Playing Edward Cullen in Twilight came with a level of fame that the actor didn't know how to handle.

He even told Sunday Today that he hopes that playing Batman won't lead to the same amount of paparazzi following him.

“There’s a part of me that just thinks it’s impossible to be what happened with Twilight because it was so sudden," he said.

“Now I’m hoping it won’t be people hanging out outside my place," he said. "I just think I’m kind of boring and old now," he added.

8. Zach Galifianakis

He may like being an actor, but he once called being a celebrity "dumb."

"I'm not interested in it. I like to be an actor and that's it... I'm just being honest. I would rather do my work and go home and watch Lifetime or something.''

9. Idris Elba

Fame has made him one of the most desired men in the world, but this hunk doesn't like the paranoia that comes with it.

He told Loaded in 2014 that he isn't always sure what is real and what isn't in his relationships.

10. George Clooney

Being an A-Lister sure can be "I" for "isolating."

"The big house on a hill is isolating," Clooney told Esquire.

"There are restrictions to this kind of fame. I haven't walked in Central Park for 15 years. I'd like to, you know?"

11. Megan Fox

After the success of Transformers, Megan found herself being labeled the most "sexiest woman" in the world.

But it also surprisingly came with a lot of bullying. "They all think we should shut the [expletive] up and stop complaining because you live in a big house or you drive a Bentley," she told Esquire.

She went on to say that fame is like being bullied on a global scale.

"What people don't realize is that fame, whatever your worst experience in high school, when you were being bullied by those 10 kids in high school, fame is that, but on a global scale, where you're being bullied by millions of people constantly."

12. Chris Evans

The perils of fame are what initially caused the actor to turn down the role of Captain America.

While he eventually took on the role, his goal has become to avoid becoming Brad Pitt. "If you get too far, there’s no off switch," he told The Boston Globe.

13. Kristen Stewart

The Twilight star doesn't mince words when it comes to her true feelings about fame.

"Fame is the worst thing in the world," she said outright to Harper's Bazaar U.K. in 2015. "Especially if it’s pointless."

"When people say, 'I want to be famous' – why? You don’t do anything?" she continued.

Her biggest displeasure about it is the interviews, red carpet events, and press conferences.

"Having that much human energy thrust at you and then being critically analyzed is obviously disarming."