Newsweek has just held their 13th annual Oscar Roundtable, in which six celebs get together to talk about their performances and personal lives.
The panel this year included Brad Pitt, Robert Downey Jr., Anne Hathaway, Fran Langella, Sally Hawkins, and homophobe Mickey Rourke.
The stars were asked if it's hard for them to draw a line between their private and public lives, and if they ever "Google" themselves. To which Pitt replied with, "Dear God. No. Never. First of all, I don't really know how to operate a computer." But he does add, "Oh yeah, I have a BlackBerry."
We hope Pitt and Ange teach their kids how to use a computer, though. Or their kids will probably teach them!
As for Anne, she said she doesn't google herself as well.
At least RDJ was all honest about it!
Says Downey, "Oh, I love all that shit, personally. Sorry. I love just it. Because it's a hoot. Some people overstate their support, like they know you. Other people are busy doing something else and just want to go on this chat site and say some despicable character assassination, which I honestly think they kind of nailed it. I do have that shortcoming. It's really fun."
And then, just like a scene out of elementary school, Hathaway said, "OK, I have a confession. I lied before when you asked if I Googled myself. I do. I embarrassed by it because I know how terrible it is."
It's not terrible, bb!
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