Rather ripped: Robert Pattinson said that love scenes in the “Twilight” movies make him self-conscious

Rather ripped: Robert Pattinson said that love scenes in the “Twilight” movies make him self-conscious

Rob feeling out-buffed by fellow ‘Twilight’ star

Robert Pattinson says he gets nervous about love scenes … but it’s only comparing himself to uber-buff “Twilight” costar Taylor Lautner that makes him feel self-conscious.

“I had never been so worried about that before, but after seeing how much Taylor works out for the movies, I thought, ‘Well, everybody is really going to judge me now,’” Pattinson said, according to Us magazine. “I always tried to think about positions where I could tense the muscles, and suck in my belly.”

Uh, we’re not sure that sucking in your belly is really an issue, Rob.

 

Poor Lindsay?

Shocker: Lindsay Lohan’s deal to pose for Playboy magazine was born of financial desperation.

Lindsay still hasn’t signed her contract to be in the John Gotti biopic,” notes a Radar Online insider. “Lindsay is extremely concerned about her finances, and she needs the money.

“Lindsay’s flow of income has been greatly diminished in the last year. With the possibility of being sent back to jail for over a year, she felt that now was the time to do the Playboy photo shoot.”

Can’t blame Lindsay … but it’s sad that it’s come to this.

 

Bump watch

The experts have weighed in, no pun intended.

“Jessica Simpson looks to be 26 weeks, which is around six months,” an OB-GYN opined to Radar Online. “It is definitely a pregnancy and not weight gain. You can by the shape of her abdomen. Her belly wouldn’t be that rounded if it was just fat.”

So there you have it … in case you couldn’t see it for yourself.

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