5 Celebrities Who Won’t Complain About Fame

It seems like celebrities are forever complaining about how hard they have it in the spotlight, with paparazzi constantly harassing them, frequent stories in the media that are often made up, and many more negative things that fly in their direction. On the flip side, they do live an amazing life and have everything they could dream of – so do they have the right to complain? These 5 celebrities say they simply can’t – because they knew what they were getting themselves in to and have to accept that it’s just a part of the job. Here is what they think!

Avril Lavigne


Avril says celebrities can’t complain because it’s all a part of their job: “You can’t complain about the pressures, the paparazzi, the madness because that’s the job.”

Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer has learned to accept her new life in the spotlight: “I want to go out to a restaurant and just eat and be left alone. Thank you for loving my movies; I appreciate it so much, but the greatest thing you could do is let me eat and just go home. But I have to accept that I’m not going to make it through the meal without getting bothered and be OK with that.”


Rihanna sees her fame as a blessing: “I can’t complain! If I complain, God would slap me in my face right now.”

Robert Pattinson

Robert just feels fortunate to be in his position: “It’s strange, you don’t have a normal life anymore. You spend much time trying to fight it, but in the end you find another way to live. People don’t realize how lonely you are. In any case, I feel fortunate because success didn’t reach me very young, at least, I had the opportunity to have a life before.”

Taylor Swift

Taylor doesn’t understand why some stars rant about losing their privacy: “I think it’s just obnoxious if I complain about anything…, I hear people talk about like, ‘oh, the intrusions on my privacy.’ It’s like there are a million other jobs you could have had. And for me, I’ve just come to an acceptance of the fact, this is my life. If somebody wants to hide a relationship or has privacy issues then we don’t have the same viewpoint. For me, it’s just like live your life. If people happen to take picture then you know, you laugh about it in the car afterwards.”