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We all have embarrassing secrets. Whether it's a bad hygiene habit or that one time where we couldn't control our flow, we have all been there.
The only difference between us and these celebrities is that we didn't share our confession with the world!
Here, see 10 celebrities from Robert Pattinson to Ke$ha who we wish didn't share their pretty weird TMI revelations.
Alexander Tamargo/WireImageKe$ha never ceases to amaze us. "I had a tail when I was born. It was a tiny tail, about a quarter of an inch, then they chopped it off and stole my tail," the "Die Young" singer revealed. Unfortunately, this confession is nothing compared to her drinking her own urine in her MTV docu-series. "Mine isn't that bad, but I'm a very hydrated person. It tasted kind of like candy." Somehow, we beg to differ.
Dave J Hogan/Getty ImagesIt looks like Hugh Jackman and Kris Jenner have something in common! During an interview with Rachael Ray, the Aussie actor confessed to peeing in his pants while onstage during a 1996 Beauty and the Beast production. "Literally, I'm picking up Belle and as I pick her up, I stopped singing, and right in that moment I realized the muscles you need to release in order to sing are the ones you do not want to release if you need to go."
Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Jessica SimpsonIf you want tips on how to keep your teeth pearly white, don't ask Jessica Simpson. "I don't brush my teeth," she told IHeartRadio. "No, really! I just use Listerine -- and sometimes I'll use my sweater." As fabulous as Jessica's clothes are, we don't think we'll be borrowing them anytime soon!
Gary Miller/FilmMagicMatthew McConaughey may be nice to look at, but you don't want to get too close. The actor doesn't wear deodorant! When asked why in People, he replied, "I don't like to smell like someone or something else. Just like I don't want a big name on the back of my jeans or a big label on my jacket. If [my smell] starts to bother someone, I'll take a shower." He must take a lot of showers.
Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImageWe don't know what's worse, the fact that Alicia Silverstone named her son Bear Blu or that she feeds him like a bird. "People have been feeding their kids that way for thousands of years," she confessed at a sneak preview of her film, Vamps. Apparently, Bear has no complaints. Alicia wrote in the caption of the video that her tot "literally crawls across the room to attack my mouth if I'm eating." We hope he doesn't do that when he gets older!
Steve Granitz/WireImageHave you ever wanted to run your fingers through Robert Pattinson's soft, silky hair? If so, you may want to think again. When asked by Extra if it's true that he goes six weeks without washing his locks, he replied, "Probably. I don't know. I don't really see the point in washing your hair." We see many points like, say, good hygiene?
Cindy Ord/Getty Images for SELF MagazineThere are many affordable products to exfoliate skin. Maybe someone should tell Snooki. “Yeah, well, I definitely, um, like to Google a lot. And I don’t like to spend a lot of money on, like, spa treatments, just because I’m, like, a cheapo. So I Googled what else I could use that’s, like, not so expensive, and it was… cat litter,” she confessed on Conan. When the talk show host told her that litter contains hazardous chemicals, Snooki replied, “I haven’t broken out at all yet.”
Andreas Rentz/Getty ImagesAccording to Michael Douglas, his throat cancer wasn't caused by years of smoking. "Without wanting to get too specific, this particular cancer is caused by HPV [human papillomavirus], which actually comes about from cunnilingus," he told The Guardian. His rep later released a statement saying, "He did not say this was the cause of his cancer. In a discussion of oral cancer, he said this is one of the suspected causes. He never made it personal." We appreciate his attempt to notify the public, but we kind of wish he kept this one to himself, or at least clarified.
Rick Diamond/Getty ImagesNicole Kidman is terrified of butterflies. That's right. Those beautifully colored insects that gracefully fly across your backyard. "It's so bizarre. I'm not afraid of snakes or spiders," she told In Style. "But I'm scared of butterflies."
Robin Marchant/Getty ImagesWhy Al Roker, why?! During a White House visit, Al Roker felt (and smelled) the side effects of his 2002 gastric bypass surgery. "I probably went off and ate something I wasn't supposed to," Al shared on Dateline. "And as I'm walking to the press room, [I'm thinking] well, I gotta pass a little gas here. I'm walking by myself. Who's gonna know? Only a little something extra came out. I pooped my pants."
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