Celebs weigh in on celeb culture and paparazzi hell in new documentary
Stars like Jennifer Aniston, Salma Hayek and Sarah Jessica Parker have talked about the problems they face because of their fame in a new documentary 'USD ellebrity.'
The film, which is out next month, has been directed by celebrity photographer Kevin Mazur.
"You're disoriented. You can't see in front of you," the New York Post quoted Aniston as saying in the film.
"It's false imprisonment . . . When I'm in my car, they're surrounding my car. I can't see.
"They flash light bulbs; it's nighttime, and my vision is impaired," she said.
Jennifer Lopez, who endured media scrutiny as "Bennifer" when she dated Ben Affleck, said, "When you're . . . in the tabloids all the time, you're, like, 'Well, maybe that part is true; maybe it wasn't.'"
"Then, all of a sudden, you're a victim to what they're saying and what they're writing," she said.
Elton John stated that reality TV, "numbs my brain - and the people being called celebrities who have their own reality shows, I wanna kill them."