Us too, but we tend to scare children.
Looks like Cher Lloyd's finding the results of fame a little intrusive, and that she can't slob out like she wants to. Rubbish. If we couldn't get away with nipping to the shop in our mum's old dressing gown our life would be crapper and our cupboards stocked with fewer biscuits - which is always a sad state of affairs.
"Sometimes I can't be bothered to wear any [make-up] at all," Cher told us.
"I wish I was able to not bother wearing any, but I can't do that anymore.
"They'll print out 'Cher is ill' or something like that, which is a bit horrible.
"It's not nice when you can't be yourself."
More interest from the paps hasn't stopped Cher from just carrying on as normal though - we feel like it would take a lot more than some pesky photographers to do that.
"Well, I still gotta live haven't I? They can't hurt me.
"I'll just carry on as normal as I always have done. So they might get a few pictures, yeah, so what. It's nothing isn't it? Even if I've got no make-up on and I'm in my pyjamas.
"Who doesn't? It's normal."
Right on, girl! You go and get your milk in yer PJs and hair rollers. Let's start a club.