A moment for Hollywood’s professional trolls.

She’s in good company, too.

Robert Pattinson is the King of Celebrity Trolls.

Among the many lies he has shared during press was his passion for ‘Piccolini Cuscino’, a microwaved pasta dish involving sugar and cornflakes that he claimed to have created. Another lie, I suppose I must say allegedly, came when he doubled down on the pasta story by claiming he was using the interview in which he made it as a ‘proof of concept’ to sell it to a frozen food business. 

He’s also claimed to smell like crayons, not remember the plot of Tenet while promoting Tenet, and to have a ballerina living inside him.

Plus, of course, there was the dead clown.

In 2011, Pattinson reached Expert Level trolling when he blatantly lied on the Today show while promoting Water for Elephants, in which he played a circus hand.

“The first time I went to the circus, somebody died,” he told host Matt Lauer. “One of the clowns died.”

“Are you being serious right now?” Lauer responded.

“His little car exploded. The joke car exploded on him. Seriously… Everybody ran out. It was terrifying. It was the only time I’ve ever been to the circus.”

A week later, he confessed to making the entire thing up.

There are other dabblers, like our homegrown occasional troll, Jacob Elordi, who endeared himself to fan this year with silly little cardigans, and silly little stories about his approach to playing Elvis Presley in Sofia Coppolla’s Priscilla.