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Robert Pattinson has been popping up all over TV talk shows, answering question after question about what it feels like to have millions of girls swoon over him. His recently taped segment on The Ellen DeGeneres Show (airing Friday), may be the most revealing yet considering he asked a fan to strip off her clothes—and she did!

“I was doing a pre-interview for this [show], and I immediately regretted saying that,” R-Pattz told E! News. “I sound like I’m actually just abusing my position.

“It was after a period of signing 500 signatures, and one of [the fans] just came up. You kind of get 10 seconds with each person and you never really say anything, and I kind of got bored of saying, ‘Hey, how are you doing?’ And [the fan] said in her 10 seconds, ‘What can I do to get your attention?’ I was like, ‘Um, just take your clothes off.’ And she stood there and frantically started taking her clothes off and got dragged out of the room by security. I never felt more terrible.”

We wonder if Kristen Stewart was jealous over the stunt?

Last night on the Late Show with David Letterman, R-Pattz reminisced about his career prior to the Twilight saga. Dave asked if he’d ever had a superfan before the crazed Edward Cullen adoration began.

“I was doing this film playing Salvador Dali in Spain, and there was this one girl standing outside my apartment every day and I was so chronically bored that one day—she had been out there for about three weeks—I was like ‘Hey, do you want to go to dinner or something. No one else wants to hang out with me,'” R-Pattz told the talk show host.

“Her parents had a restaurant. She took me to the restaurant, and I kind of complained about everything in my life for about two hours. And then she gave me the bill at the end. I had to pay for it.”

“She was never back outside my apartment ever again.”

We bet that fan wishes she stuck around.

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