Robert Pattinson Still ‘Gets So Nervous’ About Screaming Fans, Talks His ‘Extraordinarily Heavy Saliva’ + More [VIDEOS]
When Robert Pattinson stopped by 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' last night, practically every word that came out of his mouth was a gem.
The second he stepped on stage, the audience immediately began shrieking and the former 'Twilight' hunk immediately began blushing and fidgeting.
"God, I still get so nervous, it's crazy," he revealed to the host.
"I don't blame you for getting nervous -- there's people screaming at you!" Kimmel replied. "Like, if that happened when you walked into a mall, you'd probably call the police."
And speaking of calling the police, Pattinson also revealed that he's still kind of homeless. Say what?
The last time he appeared on 'Jimmy Kimmel,' the British actor explained that he was "living under an archway next to some garbage cans," Kimmmel recalled. "Is that still the case?"
"I wish," Pattinson replied, laughing. "It's gone way downhill." More downhill than sleeping next to garbage cans?
"My parents borrowed my house, which I was borrowing off someone else and [they] kicked me out of it when I got home from Toronto," he explained. "So I'm now homeless again." Yikes!
Another wacky topic they touched on during Pattinson's visit was his self-proclaimed "extraordinarily heavy saliva" -- which had him collapsing in a fit of giggles, wondering why he brought it up. But fortunately for those screaming fans (and the screaming audience at home!) he continued:
"If I spit, I can only get it about a foot," he explained, cracking up. "And someone informed me the other day it's because I have very heavy saliva. I thought it was because I didn't have much lip power."
And there you have it, ladies. Watch Robert Pattinson on 'Jimmy Kimmel' in the hilarious clips above and below!