Robert Pattinson Reveals Why He Once Spent 6 Months Sleeping on an Inflatable Boat

Robert Pattinson & Suki Waterhouse Make Red Carpet Debut at Dior Show

You'd better hold on tight for this revelation, spider monkey.

Robert Pattinson recently admitted that he spent about half a year sleeping on an inflatable boat. Indeed, when asked about the least favorite couch he'd ever owned, the Twilight alum reminisced about his former blow-up vessel. 

"My least favorite could also be my most favorite," he told Architectural Digest in an interview published Nov. 15. "There was a time when the only piece of furniture I had for about six months was an inflatable boat that would double as my couch, bed, and dining table. I loved it very much, but it caused a lot of back problems."


Why Pilot Thinks He Solved Amelia Earhart Crash Mystery

New Updates on The Titanic Submersible Disappearance

Someone may have finally landed the answer to the mystery of Amelia Earhart's fatal crash. 

Former U.S. Air Force intelligence officer and CEO of Deep Sea Vision Tony Romeo detected what he believes to be the trailblazing pilot's plane while on an $11 million expedition of the Pacific Ocean. 

Romeo, who sold commercial real estate to fund his voyage, collected sonar images during his trip by using an underwater drone. In some of the photos, the pilot appeared to capture a blurry object shaped like Earhart's twin engine Lockheed 10-E Electra—the plane she flew on her unsuccessful bid to become the first woman to circumnavigate the world in 1937.