Will our collective thirst and fixation fuel a source of misery or worse, even danger? This is the predicament, although part of me wants to live in denial and wash my hands of all responsibility, believing it should rest entirely within the conscience of the paparazzi. Who am I kidding? It's my demand that drives them. OK, so Adam can more than hold his own and has been very accommodating in his encounters with TMZ, maybe even revelling in baiting them. In all his interviews, he's been lightning fast on his feet, navigating all the difficult questions with flair and he has an intuitive knack of being able to instantly flip the dynamic in an instant. Celebrities and the paparazzi have a symbiotic relationship, needing each other, and from Pop Goes the Camera, Adam knows what to expect. But there was one incident last week that was just disturbing and involved a video showing some paps pursuing Adam's car, which I won't link to for obvious reasons. His driver was doing his best to shake them off, with manoeuvres that could qualify as dangerous driving offences, but was unsuccessful. Part of me likes to believe that Adam enjoyed playing with them, excitedly laughing his ass off, getting his driver to lure the paps on a wild goose chase just for fun. But another part is horrified too. Have we all forgotten about Diana? I do not want Adam joining the 27 Club. Yes I have an insatiable desire for all things Adam, but is it really worth all that for the possibility of a couple more photographs?