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She may be adored by fans the world over, but Kate Moss is not keen on interacting with her admirers on Twitter - or anyone else, for that matter.

The supermodel, 38, admitted she doesn't understand the social media forum and would never sign up for an account there.

"I couldn't think of anything worse than people knowing what I'm doing all the time," Kate said, in an interview with the Times' T2 supplement. "I just don't understand it. I don't get it at all. Why would anybody want to know? I try to be the opposite, so people don't know anything that I'm doing. I don't want people to know anything!"

Kate, who was recently confirmed as the new face of Spanish chain Mango, also discussed fame, saying she found life in the spotlight difficult to handle sometimes.

"Just to go into a shop without getting stared at would be nice. I mean, I don't walk around like, 'Oh, I'm famous' - I try to live as normal a life as possible - but sometimes it's a bit annoying. It's fine; it's not a massive problem, but sometimes it's just a bit uncomfortable," she said. "You can't be 'poor me' about it - it's not the worst thing in the world, but sometimes it's a bit uncomfortable."

Kate may not be a fan of Twitter, but plenty of famed names are. Click here to read Stylist's breakdown of the top women to follow on Twitter, or read Grace Dent's argument on why it's time to join the Twitter revolution.

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