Kristen Stewart: “I’m naturally skinny, so I don’t have to exercise a lot or go on a diet”

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Kristen Stewart has done a photo shoot in the latest issue of Vogue Italia. Now… I’m always up for a good K-Stew photo shoot. She’s an interesting magazine model because she’s capable of looking very different with wildly different styling. I know you’re shaking your head at me for that, but you’d be surprised at how few celebrity women really mix it up stylistically for photo shoots, and how often those women look pretty much the same in every photo. K-Stew isn’t like that – I tend to not care for her pictorials where the style is “romantic” and someone tried to make her look “feminine”. She’s much prettier and more interesting, in my opinion, when the stylist makes her look “harder” and more rock n’ roll. My favorite photo shoot from Kristen to this day is the one she did with Interview Magazinego here to see.

It seems like Vogue Italia was trying to mix it up and make Kristen look like some dark, goth-glamour princess in this shoot. The problem? Her expressions are… not good. Since all of the little girls from the Kristen Fan Club come in and yell at me for even daring to mention that their heroine is a sullen, twitchy, lip-biting eye-roller, I’ll let The Fashion Spot do the dirty work:

Kristen Stewart got into some Roberto Cavalli, Alexander McQueen, Giles Deacon, Giambattista Valli, Armani, Chanel, and Blumarine for Vogue Italia, and even though it’s not like anyone could look bad in clothing that looks so good, the Twilight actress didn’t knock it out of the park.

KStew is obviously gorgeous, but here she’s sulking from photo to photo. She looks so stiff and sour she might as well be standing in an airport security line.

In the accompanying interview, she said that she “would love to wear more feminine clothes,” but in these photos, the “feminine” gowns might as well be Dementors sucking out her soul.

[From The Fashion Spot]

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Here are more excerpts from Vogue Italia:

On her favorite fashion: “I’d love to wear very feminine clothes, but then, in the everyday life, when I’m in Los Angeles, at home, I’d rather be comfortable. Whereas, when I’m away, like in this case, I pack all kinds of clothes, for the evening as well, because I think that maybe I’ll get a chance to wear them.”

On her figure: “I’m naturally skinny. We’re all like this in my family, so I don’t have to exercise a lot or go on a diet. I do all the exercise I need on set. Right now, for example, to play Snow White, I never stop: I run, jump, fight with swords, horseride… I do all kinds of stuff! You see, I’ve even injured myself! But it’s nothing serious.”

On her acting philosophy: “I’m not one of those actresses that maniacally prepare themselves for a role. On set, I do whatever I need to do, but day after the day. If I have to improvise, I improvise, if I have to learn my lines by heart, I do it. There are certain screenplays which are so beautiful, that they only need to be repeated as they are, without any changes. I live in the moment.”

[From Vogue via The Hollywood Gossip]

She’s “naturally skinny”. NOW. Wait until her metabolism slows down in her late 20s. Then it will be a different story.

Meanwhile, in a new interview with MTV, K-Stew totally got ahead of herself when she discussed Snow White and the Huntsman, which won’t be coming out until next year. She was asked what she would do if the Snow White film turned into yet another franchise for her, and she said, “Oh man, to be totally candid and honest with you, when I first signed on to this thing, the idea of doing another franchise was like, ‘Wow, [we'll] cross that bridge when it comes.’ It was something so far outside my realm of thinking. I was so focused on the first one, and I thought, ‘Maybe, maybe,’ but I’ve got stars in my eyes. I’m literally over the moon about what I’m doing right now. Yes, I would love to [do more 'Snow White' films].” Is it just me or is K-Stew worried about her career beyond Twilight? I think that’s what we’re seeing more and more as she promotes these two final films – she’s worried she’s going to sink post-Twilight.

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Vogue Italia photos courtesy of The Fashion Spot.

 

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  1. fabgrrl says:

    I too was “naturally skinny” at 21. Funny how that changes as you age and start working a 9-5 desk job.

  2. Aviatrix says:

    That black and white muumuu thing is awful.

  3. WillyNilly says:

    Until you’re thirty. I speak from ‘skinny’ experience.

  4. MK821 says:

    She’s so common looking, I don’t get what the fuss is about. You could go to any mall and find dozens of girls who look like her, and I dont mean just the surly spoiled brat I’m too cool to be here look she always has on her face, I’m talking about the whole package.

    Dead common. Meh.

  5. Nanea says:

    Yes, KStew is skinny. She’s not toned though, and it already shows, even at her tender age of 21.

  6. bigchili says:

    I LOVE that coat she’s wearing in the sixth picture. Beautiful. But, yeah, she looks super pissed off in all of the pictures.

    And I had to roll my eyes at her naturally skinny comment too. She’ll be eatting those words and they’ll show up on her hips.

  7. Jackie says:

    @MK821 – completely agree. so common. these outfits are wearing her.

  8. mia girl says:

    I don’t care for this photo spread – it’s pretty uninspired – particularly juxtaposed to all the smiling images we have seen of her lately.

    But @Kaiser – I think you are looking too hard to find things to pick on this girl. She has done hours worth of interviews in the past week and what you take out of it is to try to nail her for is her saying she’s naturally skinny (which is a fact, for now) and that because she is really into her current project this is actually not excitement but is worry for her career. I saw that MTV interview and since you asked “Is it just me?” I will tell you that yes, I think it is.

    I know it’s easy for many of us to hate on this girl, but I’ve seen a lot of the BD press and she has come a long way… she was actually relaxed and much more likable/accessible.

  9. Dawn says:

    Oh my dear sweet little girl, you too shall live and learn! I said this as well when I was your age. Believe it if you must but sooner or later the pounds come on and get harder to take off, little by little, inch by inch. You will eat less, drink less and exercise more and still there will be a weight gain. Just wait and see for yourself, it happens to the best of us.

  10. Alexis says:

    I buy that this is true for her at her current age. But, I don’t get all the media focus on comments like this. It perpetuates the notion that women only have three options: be naturally skinny, have an eating disorder, or be overweight. Hello, what about maintaining a trim figure through diet and exercise? That’s the experience of the silent majority of thin women over the age of 25 (and a heck of a lot of women under 25 — I was never effortlessly pin-thin as a teenager). I wish Hollywood would recognize that. I have to give kudos to women like Gwen Stefani, and yes, Goop and Jennifer Aniston (whom I dislike for the most part), for being honest about the fact that they work for their bodies.

  11. Abby says:

    She looks fine. I like her soft, skinny body. When her metabolism starts to change with age, then she can hit up the gym. For now, she can afford to enjoy her natural skinniness. I was the same way at her age. I ate what I wanted, never went to the gym and never gained a pound. I’m sure she gets a great workout without even realizing it by doing her Snow White stunts and having amazing sex with Robert!

  12. Turd Fergussen says:

    I remember when Christina Aguilera was teeny tiny, too, and bragged about eating cheeseburgers all the time.

    Give it time, bitch.

    I’ve been a chub since I was 8, so naturally, when I hear women (isn’t it always models and actresses?) throw out this card it makes me want to throw up. No, wait. It makes me depressed, which makes me reach for cake. ;)

  13. Embee says:

    I also love the coat and think she looks very pretty in the high-necked blouse. Her expressions are awful, but I think that is reflective of her genuine awkwardness.

  14. Rob says:

    She is so overrated. I can’t stand her. Always the same face expression, always the same dead, empty eyes. NEXT.

  15. Delta Juliet says:

    I’ll just co-sign all the “naturally skinny” comments ;) Although mine didn’t start catching up to me until 35 and two kids. I guess I lucked out.

  16. Stacia says:

    Me too …I was a “bag of bones” up until my thirties. Then all hell broke loose.

  17. mimi says:

    I love the rockabilly hair and agree- her rock and roll shoots are much more interesting than the “feminine” ones. I used to be team gaystew so it’s interesting to hear her talk about how she would like to wear feminine clothes… a large part of the reason many thought she was gay was her tomboyish style. Also her gay swag, but that’s another story.

  18. Lindy says:

    I agree her expressions are all way too monotone and dull–I am clueless about photo shoots, but isn’t there someone directing the shoot? The photographer? Editor? Wouldn’t that person be the one calling the shots and telling her what they want in terms of expressions/poses? That said, the styling is beautiful and exotic. I think she wears the hell out of clothes that many starlets her age couldn’t handle. I’m not the KStew police or anything–indeed, I loathe the Twilight books beyond all reason for their blatant misogyny–but I think she is growing on me. I really do.

  19. LisaMarie says:

    I remember when Mischa Barton bragged about being naturally skinny in an interview years ago. Yeah, not so naturally skinny anymore, eh? K stew, your time is coming.

  20. Quest says:

    K-Stew is either niave or stupid…I was also very skinny until I approached my late 20′s and had my son…oh boy do the pounds add up quickly if you are not careful.

  21. annette says:

    We get it. You don’t like her. But this nitpicking just makes you sound bitter.

  22. Miffits says:

    ‘I’m not one of these actresses that maniacally prepares themselves for a role’ – Understatement of the year.

  23. gee says:

    Shes not pretty unless she’s smiling.. and we all know how rare that is. I am so sick of her needless angst.

  24. Jennifer says:

    I’m getting a strong Helena Bonham Carter vibe in these pictures.

  25. Zigggy says:

    #1 Fabgirl- that’s exactly what I was going to say! haha

  26. Stubbylove says:

    @Rob – couldn’t agree more. But I do think she can do some limited high fashion editorial pics. But damn, when it comes to her acting, ol’ girl is just, well, terrible. If anyone wants a good guilty pleasure laugh watch “Vampires Suck”. It’s one of those terrible spoof movies HOWEVER the girl who plays Bella is right on at impersonating Stewart’s acting chops.

  27. Jam says:

    It was like a time bomb for me. Right when I turned 27, I could tell it was getting harder, little by little, to maintain my weight. I’ve ALWAYS worked for it, but now I’m 28, and in the last year, it’s even more difficult. And I’m only 28! Yeah, it sucks. She’ll see. For now, I like her body is lovely. I personally like soft and feminine, not super toned.

  28. K says:

    I’ve been lucky..Have been skinny all my life and still am at 40 years young!!

  29. KL says:

    I think it is funny how people get fired up because she does not work out…I have friends in their 30′s that are skinny, eat anything and everything and so not work out…..some peeps just won the weight lotto!!

    It is always funny the negative peeps have to much time on their hands.

    Shes 21 dont be jealous.

  30. T.C. says:

    Pretty girl but these grandmother clothes make her look like a little girl playing dress up. She is so pale that the dark clothing make her look half-dead. She is very skinny so she doesn’t think about exercising and eating right. That will change so enough, no biggie.

  31. The Original Mia says:

    She should worry about her career post-Twilight. All of them should be worried because to date, nothing has impressed the masses to support them.

    And I agree with others…the clothes are wearing her. She doesn’t imbue any oomph into them. The only thing she has going for her is a skinny frame to drape the clothes over.

  32. geekychic says:

    i love the photos. i love the look.

    but…ok, here it goes, and please don’t kill me bc of it, but this really bugs me for some time, and it’s becoming more and more obvious with some “stars” around here…
    does this site really picks on female celebrity (relative term)they don’t like and takes just the negative aspects and news about that person?

    i mean….come on: some people are naturally skinny. My mom is 56 yr old, she never, ever went to a gym, and the only sports she does is swimming in the summer-she has 50kg (100 pounds?) on 1.65 frame. should i snark on her every time all my friends start “awwwing” how she can eat whatever??

    it’s the same as the last one with her and sparkles? one article how they’re all drama nad break-up someday and how few pics of them loved up are out there, while they are on a tour giving plenty lovey-dovey material to twi-hards.
    oh, and difference between this site’s opinion about Pattinson and her-is sexist. he’s a sloppy, hipster man that goes and says most stupid things; he smokes, drinks and swears-but that makes him charming and british, i suppose.
    the same things and characteristics make her dirty, hipster, fake,ungrateful….
    we are alweays talking about her acting, the fact that he is worse than her (and he is!)…and women still want him to succeed, but she’s not worth it. weird. and not very equal.

    i dislike jennifer A.; i love CB bc here, we can dislike her together in a relaxed, gossipy way. but i’m starting to wander how much of the arguments i found here are true, bc sometimes, the text screams subjective so much….that i just can’t, sorry.

  33. ahoyhoy says:

    Miffits—Hilarious, right? ‘Wow, she doesn’t prepare for her acting? She’s magic.’

    And I too am ‘naturally skinny.’ But being spoiled in your youth means you learn NO good habits—no exercise, no healthy food. Saddlebags and the tummy are the first to expand, and when they do, ‘naturally skinny’ girls have no tools or discipline to combat it. Trust me, I’ve lived it. And I still have no discipline at 40.

    I think she’ll be done though (career-wise) before she has to eat her words on this. I’m thinking by 25, there’ll be a new young superstar–just as ol’ KStew’s backside starts to grow.

  34. lisa says:

    She is very photogenic. she knows how to pose in print ads. Something a lot of women far older can’t do. It is a natural thing. And really funny to me considering how awkward she is on screen and in interviews.

    The camera loves her face..

    Don’t like the black/dress..not flattering

    I don’t know why people assume every thin woman is anorexic. when did that happen. Some women are just naturally thin. They don’t gain weight easily.

  35. Mouse says:

    Gorgeous is not a word I would ever use to describe this girl. She can be interesting sure, but she’s a perennial super awkward tomboy and only looks good when she’s NOT trying so hard to be feminine.

  36. NotEmo says:

    This issue isn’t really whether or not the girl needs to work out. The issue is the attitude that she projects. KS is probably the least self aware person in Hollywood. She really doesn’t appear to have any idea of how she comes off when she makes these types of statements. She comes off as “too good”, spoiled, and entitled. And she does set herself up for ridicule when she talks about her lack of preparation for a role, especially when everyone is focused on the Twilight movies (and her lack of effectiveness in that role). She really isn’t the sharpest knife in the drawer.

  37. ambergesa says:

    Your metabolism doesn’t have to tank in your late twenties especially if you stay active ie walk wherever possible, hike, play on the floor with your kids. I’m 34 with 2 kids my youngest is under 18 mo and I’m back in all my pre-prego sz 0 clothes with NO formal exercise at all. Some people really have great metabolisms and aren’t doing anything nefarious to be thin. But I do have to say in some of those pics she barely has any pupil showing at all… hmm a little blow? It could also account for her soft thinness.

  38. Happy21 says:

    I don’t know. I’ve never had the honor of being naturally skinny but I must say that I do have a lot of friends (in our mid-30′s) who I have known since we were in junior high and they pretty much have the same body type as they did in their late 20′s. They exercise a little but not much. Bitches piss me off!

    I like K-Stew. She is honest and reminds me a lot of an everyday kind of person. She isn’t glamourous or gorgeous, she just is what the cameras make her. I like that she’s found success by being who she is and not really trying to be something else.

  39. Tereza says:

    Everyone’s metabolism develops in a different way. I was a chubby girl in my teens, now I’m 27 and can basically eat whatever I want – a thing that was unimaginable to me in my early twenties. Now I’m a pixie eating like a horse:)

  40. dr.bombay says:

    ‘She’s “naturally skinny”. NOW. Wait until her metabolism slows down in her late 20s. Then it will be a different story.’

    AMEN.

  41. palermo says:

    HA! Wait until life catches up with you honey. Everybody finds it easy to stay slim at her age. Have a few kids, and then wait until you’re over 50 and through menopause. I work out 2 hours at a time at least five days a week, never eat what I want, and am still fat.

  42. Eleonor says:

    Oh yes she doesn’t have to work out too much. See you in your late twenties.

  43. Cheyenne says:

    Metabolism slows down at different ages in different people. I was naturally skinny well into my late forties. I’m still thin but I have to work at it. No more scarfing down a giant-size bag of sour cream and onion flavored potato chips between lunch and dinner. I miss my Lays, dammit. :(

  44. fabgrrl says:

    Okay, maybe she is naturally skinny. Lots of people are naturally skinny. And lots of people have active lifestyles and good food options. Maybe KStew will always be effortlessly thin. The point that many of us are making, however, it that it is just naive, preachy, and, well, bitchy, for a TWENTY ONE year old to be making that statement. At 21 your body is still developing! She doesn’t know what surprises her metabolism has in store for her.

  45. Rhiley says:

    “I am not one of those actresses who maniacally prepare for a role.” That is good honey, cause it shows.

  46. hairball says:

    Doesn’t she smoke like a chimney?

    I think she looks good in the last two pics.

    I think it is very difficult physically to keep her mouth closed. I went to h.s. with a girl who seriously never had her mouth closed. Her lips were always open.

  47. Lee says:

    My mother & my aunts have been naturally skinny their whole lives and they’re already in their late 40s-early 50s. Some women are just blessed with lifelong, faster-than-average metabolism.

    (Obviously, plenty of men are too, but women generally don’t make snide comments about how they can’t wait for men to hit their 30s & have to work harder on their weights)

    I probably won’t be lucky enough to take after my mom as our body types are different, but I’m happy that she (and any other woman like her) doesn’t need to deny herself food or obsess about her figure. I hope the same for KStew, especially in such a difficult industry for older women.

  48. Bermuda Blues says:

    She’s ugly and surly.

  49. danielle says:

    Some actresses and models I think are full of it when they say they are naturally skinny. I believe K stew, she has that look. Also, I think her sullen-look may just be that her neutral expression is with lips turned down. My naturally turn up, and everyone always asks me what I’m so happy about or if I have a secret! Lol, sometimes u just can’t win.

  50. lucy2 says:

    I like the coloring of the photos, but she always looks so sullen.
    It seemed pretty obvious she’s naturally skinny (right now) because she doesn’t look toned at all. Might as well enjoy it while she can!

  51. Hanna says:

    Nothing interesting with her face at all. She looks like any average girl, kind of reminds me of Lively, except she’s not a mall girl.

  52. Madison says:

    Didn’t have to exercise or diet in my 20s, just you wait Kristen as you hit 30 you will be running to the gym you can bet on that.

  53. Bert's Bees says:

    I wish she would close her mouth! UGH MOUTH BREATHER!

  54. eileen says:

    Ugh-those clothes are WAY too couture for her. SHe looks like a 10 yr old dressing up in mommy clothes. She’s not fabulous enough to own those clothes-they own her. Now if it was Charlize Theron or Penelope Cruz-they’d look insanely hot!

  55. Mari says:

    I want to like her. I really, really do. But something just seems…off. I can’t quite put my finger on it. It’s not just one comment she’s made, which seperately are particularly bland, but it’s the whole of it. The whole enchilada, the whole kit and caboodle, the whole shebang, the entire package seems so arduously contrived. I find myself searching for redeeming qualities, but alas, I can’t seem to discern any.

  56. Trek Girl says:

    Some of you commenters are hilarious.

    There are plenty of women that are thin when they are young, get older, have children (sometimes many children), get even older, and are just as skinny as they were when they were in their teens and twenties, and it’s all natural and not from rigorous excercise and lots of effort.
    Not everyone gains a bunch of weight, so all this “Oh honey, just wait till your MY age.”, and “Ha! Just wait until life catches up with you.”, is rather pitiful.

    Kristin Stewart might gain weight when she gets older, and she might not, and you can dislike her all you want to, but can you please refrain from throwing your experiences with your body onto other women and girls as if the state of their body and family history don’t differ at all from your own?

  57. gg says:

    Ha-ha honey, just wait until you’re past 30 …

  58. NM9005 says:

    Umm, hello Edward Scissorhands…

    I’m beginning to like her more and more. Don’t know why.

    With the fashion thing, she’s just herself. She doesn’t feel the need to overdress just because paparazzi may snap her picture in a non-glamorous moment. She’s authentic in that, I think. She’s a young girl, doing her thing. Good for her.

    Naturally thin, good for her. My best friend also has that luxury and it’s a good thing. She can enjoy food without guilt, how I envy that =). Why women always wage their little finger like “you just wait in a couple of years”. Yeah so, what’t it to you? At least they enjoyed it while they could and are not stressing every second about it and pretending they don’t care about their weight.
    My aunt lost weight since the birth of her children and she’s close to 60 now so it was the opposite experience for her. Bitch can eat pie everyday and still not gain weight. Love that…

    She’s the actress, she knows best and if people keep casting her she must be doing something right. If JOAN JETT likes her, who am I to judge? Nobody. I liked her in “Panic Room”.

    Love the styling but a model, she ain’t.

  59. sara says:

    My mother is still skinny in her 50s without dieting or exercise like she was in her 20s. Don’t get the hate on naturally skinny girls.
    I loved her in “Panic room” too!

  60. ZenB!tch says:

    *She’s “naturally skinny”. NOW. Wait until her metabolism slows down in her late 20s. Then it will be a different story.*

    LOL! That is exactly what I was thinking. Also she MAY really be naturally skinny but as someone above said that doesn’t mean she is toned.

    I have a neighbor in her late 40s – she is naturally skinny but also droopy as hell because she never exercises. Her butt is so droopy that when she bends over in a bikini there is a big or white spot because the sun can’t get to the area where her thigh meets her hip. My fat ass is uniformly tan or uniformly white because it’s still perky.

  61. ZenB!tch says:

    @sara I hope her mom works out unlike my neighbor.

    @trekgirl LOL! I was just noticing this online. I found groups for elementary, middle and hs. So I’m catching up and some of those pretty cheerleaders are still pretty but can no longer fit into a cheerleader uniform. Some aren’t even pretty anymore.

  62. Jane says:

    That “metabolisim slows down when you hit 30″-stuff is bullshit. I studied this, there is huge drop in your basal metabolic rate right after your teens and then it slowly drops maybe 15-20% from years 20 to 50. People just get lazy, lol.

    Also, this chick is so MEH. I wonder what people that call her “gorgeous” are on…

  63. Lee says:

    Why so much outrage over this girl’s facial expressions?

    How many male actors do you see grinning widely in photo shoots? Almost never, but when actors do that “serious actor”, non-smiling thing into the camera, they’re “intense”. Women are stuck-up, sullen bitches.

    Some of you remind me of those annoying men who like to yell “Smile!” at random women on the street because they feel disturbed by a woman who isn’t catering to them with a big grin on her face.

  64. osarieme says:

    So many sad and pathetic fatsos up in here.Get over your miserable experience of gaining weight in your 30s. Misery loves company huh!

  65. Euphorima says:

    I think she looks really pretty.

  66. almond says:

    I don’t get why anyone would wish her to become fat as she gets older. I don’t really care for her generally and not at all for her acting, in particular, but I’m happy for her if she’s naturally skinny. And I sincerely hope it stays that way.

    Up until 15 I was waif thin, then from 16 to 19 I packed on the pounds and it was awful. It felt like I was always carrying luggage around. Once I left mt teens I returned to my waif thin figure. It’s a different experience for everyone, obviously, and you can’t really tell what hers will be based on just your own personal experience. But the majority of the comments sound like women are rubbing their hands in anticipation of this chick getting fat at some point.

    I can’t stand the bitch, but I don’t wish her any ill, no matter how small. Perspective, people.

  67. Katie says:

    I would say the thinly veiled hubris is strong with this one. She tries to be noncommittal, but reading between the lines you can see that this chick has a huge ego! One more reason I just do not like her, aside from, you know, not being able to act.

  68. @osarieme: Gaining weight doesn’t have to mean fat; to a lot of women it means no-longer-a-skinny-kid-who-is-skinny-even-though-she-isn’t-trying-to-be.

    I totally agree about Kristin’s versatility in photoshoots- she can definitely pull off a lot of things that other girls can’t do, but i gotta say- would someone PLEASE coach this child before she opens her mouth?! It’s awful, some of the ridiculous things she says. I remember being a sulky teen and thinking and saying some pretty selfish/ignorant things, and when I read her interviews, I think how embarrassing it would have been if someone had written down and published my teenage philosophies for people to read.

    Kristin, please! Stop talking about how deserving you are, how able you are, how mistreated you ever were… Honey, you sound so foolish. I just cringe at some of this stuff.

  69. only1shmoo says:

    I really like her…but I can’t stand it when people misuse the word “literally”; it LITERALLY makes me want to bang my head on the table >: (

  70. Aly says:

    I’m not 12 and a twihard, but there is something about her I like. She is different than the Blakes of Hollywood which is refreshing.

    I was one of the skinny girls too. 5’10 and 120-25 lbs. Lunch was 2 Big Macs and a lg dr. pepper. Not any longer.

  71. Penguin says:

    Remember being that age. Could eat, drink, do no exercise and weigh 100 pounds. Was so smug bout it as well, thought I’d look like that forever. Six years later got depressed and have to take anti depressants for it, it’s now a struggle to stay below 126 pounds. That’s with working out 7 days a week and bloody starving myself. So frustrating!!

  72. Bite me says:

    Hmm Kristen wasn’t always THIS skinny

  73. pinns says:

    Maybe she’s surly because she has realised how awful these photos are going to be..

    And Zenb!tch (64) I worry about how closely you are looking at your neighbour’s droopy butt ;-)

  74. kishi says:

    I’m impressed for how she expressed herself in her acting philosophy:

    “I’m not one of those actresses that maniacally prepare themselves for a role.On set, I do whatever I need to do, but day after the day. If I have to improvise, I improvise, if I have to learn my lines by heart, I do it. There are certain screenplays which are so beautiful, that they only need to be repeated as they are, without any changes. I live in the moment.”

    I have worked as a 1st assistant camera and is very unprofessional for the actors or the actress to not be prepared for there role since it extends not only the time of the shoots but the work of the whole crew and money for the producer and the film company that are running with the project.
    The lines need to be learn of every character that in every scene were the actor or actress is in. That is why they have Pre-Production so the actors can discuss with the Director how they think there character should act or portray themselves in the situation they are in the scene. Is not easy being an actor or actress but in the comment of:

    “On set, I do whatever I need to do, but day after the day. If I have to improvise, I improvise, if I have to learn my lines by heart, I do it.”

    This is called improvising as you go; that docent work well because when you are shooting you are working with a scheduled that need to be meet. She is a professional that has been acting since a very early age so I imagine she is aware of the time one needs to work in preparing for the character that is being portray that includes learning the script completely and have a firm concept of how there character is so they can later play with it before the shooting begins.

    I do hope she will gain knowledge in this aspect because in this business today you are it and tomorrow you are forgotten even if you have a father and a mother who work on the business.

    Best of luck to her.

  75. Denise says:

    I love how people can be naturally skinny, but never naturally fat. No, if they are fat it’s always because they are lazy gluttons.

    Only with skinny people can it be genetic. She says her whole family is skinny like that. When it’s a family of fat people it has to be because they have poor eating habits and are slobs.

  76. laura says:

    most of us are naturally thin at that age…i was underweight my entire adult life….then, baby at 40 and here i am with an extra 30 pound on me that i can’t shake.

    anyway, im quite sure she’s gay – should just come out. but she’ll most likely go through the hetero-motions until she’s close to 40-ish so she doesn’t alienate her fan base, etc.

  77. LittleDeadGrrl says:

    She is very beautiful. Terrible actor but really beautiful.

  78. Genevieve says:

    Yep, I use to be like that too. Wait till you hit your 30s…..things change. So start getting some good habits now with eating right & exercise. I know I wish I had.

  79. Ming says:

    Many people don’t like her, everybody comments on her. Good for KStew.

  80. Alipop says:

    I believe her. I used to be that way, too. She’ll change when she hits 30…she’ll have ‘skinny-fat; and sag to wwork on like 90% of us women who are naturally thin. Everything is tight when you’re young! If only I loved my body more back then!

  81. BerMan says:

    I find her unique and interesting and quite her own women. I hope she has a healthy, happy and successful run in career and a lovely happy life. I look forward in following her future roles. Cheers!

  82. Alynn says:

    I’m in my late 20s now and i eat what i want, no exercise or diet and still skinny. Whew! I must start doing exercise from now on!
    K-Stew has only one expression on her face like seriously! I dont like her awkwardness

  83. aquarius64 says:

    Whoever did this photo shoot should be run out of the business. She looks like Wednesday Aadams (sp)in these pictures. The couture dresses are wearing her not the other way around. I understand her team wants her to shake her tomboy/roughneck image, but it’s not working. This, along with pouring her into micro-minis for the red carpet is trying to hard.

  84. Trek Girl says:

    @Denise: I agree with you. It is really annoying that people don’t acknowledge that “chubby” is also a body type that happens naturally, and isn’t always indicative of an unhealthy lifestyle.

    I hardly ever see that mentioned in discussions like these, so I am happy that you did. Me thinks some reading material on body types, genetics, and metabolism could do a lot of these commenters, and people in general, some good.

  85. chicago girl says:

    I think she cannot pull off feminine because her speech, mannerisms, expressions all seem, not masculine, but boyish. If you look at her younger work (eg Panic Room), she is easily mistaken for a young boy.

    I also agree that there is no reason to nitpick her comments about being “naturally skinny.” She is very young an naive, certainly, but she is also speaking only about her current situation as a 21 year old, chain smoking, busy girl.

  86. katie says:

    geez almighty, so many of you are taking her skinny comments too personally. Xtina got fat cause she was always a bad eater and never exercised. Singers can gain weight in between albums, which can span 2-5 years at a time even. But an actress has to stay fit at all times for their career, they don’t get “breaks” like singers. She said how much activity she gets at her “day job,” and said she had to work out/diet for Breaking Dawn already.

    So, yeah, most of these comments are moot, cause the girl isn’t you. She works onscreen and actresses can’t afford to get fat. Even as skinny as she is naturally, she still needed to work hard for her current movie.

  87. shea says:

    @ If I have to improvise, I improvise, if I have to learn my lines by heart, I do it.”

    So much IF’s there huh?!
    So not all her roles doesnt need improvisation & lines that doesnt have to learn by heart (like Twilight)
    This is NOT a professional actress.

  88. Wren says:

    Get over it – I am 33 have had two children and I still weigh the same as I did when I was 17. My mum is still thin at 55 and has three kids! The naturally skinny do exist and we are not weirdos! She might be fine past 30 :-)

  89. laurielou2 says:

    @ambergesa: “Blow” dilates your pupils, not constricts them. There goes that theory.

    @Miffits: ^5

  90. AcornPaste says:

    I see her trying to channel Stella Tennant in these photos.

  91. J.A. says:

    Plain look is good. More girls can relate and identify with her

  92. bubbles says:

    I think she’s really pretty but not in these pics. I was naturally skinny @ 21 too now 2 kids on and a fair few years later i’m still naturally skinny! not that it’s very natural i just have a very hard job working 60 hours a week so does my husband and with 2 kids it means i don’t get chance to sit around!

  93. missmycat says:

    I find it difficult to believe how incredibly mean-spirited and nasty most of the comments are here. I wonder what’s making many of you sound so angry and bitter. It’s ridiculous.

    She’s a 21 year old kid who is finding her way and she’s a bit awkward. So what! Reading these comments you would think that many of you had a personal stake in what she says and does.

    The directors and actors she works with have said she is totally professional and prepared and very sweet and easy to work with. She didn’t say she didn’t prepare at all – she just said she doesn’t prepare maniacally.

    It’s weird – the tone of the comments about her being skinny naturally – it sounds like people here are just loving to trash her with their bitter – just you wait until you grow older comments. What’s wrong, folks – envious? Why so mean – it’s like high school where people gang up on someone and they all get off on it together……childish.

    She came out of relative obscurity even though she had made a number of films and was just thrust into the craziness of 24/7 scrutiny. It would take anyone a while to get used to that.

    I think she’s pretty, she looks good in the clothes, she does not always look sullen, she smiles a lot more than she used to, she interviews a lot better than she used to, she’s a great cook (according to friends), her acting skills are really improving and everyone she works with seems to like and respect her.

    If you don’t like her – then don’t read about her, look at her photos, watch her movies or feel the need to make nasty comments. She’s not doing anything to hurt any of you.

    This kind of crap bothers me. Picking on people just for the sport of it is childish.

  94. Izzy says:

    I’m pretty sure she’ll realize the thing about her metabolism slowing down at her last 20′s soon enough, it’s not the end of the world, it just seems like some people can’t believe in genetics, some girls don’t have to put much effort in maintaining a ‘good’ weight, whatever it is, even after their 30′s. Of course it’s gonna be hard doing that if you work on a desk from 9 to 5, don’t exercise AT ALL and eat all the crap there is, that would be too optimistic. As a “naturally skinny” 21-years-old, I’m not defending her, but I don’t think people should be so harsh on her about it.

  95. Valerie says:

    Wait until she turns 25 and that all changes.

  96. emma watson says:

    you are soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo lucky