Kristen Stewart covers Elle, refers to Robert Pattinson as “my f–king boyfriend”

Kristen Stewart is the cover girl for the June issue of American Elle – she was also the cover girl for the June issue of Elle UK too, for what it’s worth. There are two distinctly different photo shoots and interviews, so just pretend for a second that Team K-Stew hasn’t completely taken over Elle and all of the international editions of the publication. The photo shoot seems very Victor/Victoria – Kristen is doing some menswear/drag-king-inspired looks, and then she goes sort of gothy-glam for other shots. I’m reminded of how beautiful she is, and how she has the figure to be an excellent “clothes hanger” for designers. Unfortunately, Kristen often seems kind of dead-eyed in pictorials, and her posture is still atrocious. As for the new Elle interview, well… God bless the Twihards. They’ve already transcribed the whole thing from the early scans – you can read the full piece here. Here are some highlights… the whole thing takes place in a bookstore (just an FYI for why the conversation is so book-intensive):

She loves William Styron’s Lie Down in Darkness: “Have you ever read Lie Down in Darkness?” Stewart asks excitedly. “I want to play Peyton more than anything I can possibly taste or touch in my life. I want to play her so bad. Peyton is bright, beautiful, suicidal narcissist, preyed upon by her father. But Stewart, 22, sees it as more complicated than that. “Oh, dude, she f–kin’ loves it! She’s in love with him. I mean, I think she’s in love with him. It’s not his fault. They’re the most f–ked-up family!… There’s a script adaptation I’ve read and it’s good,” she says, continuing down the aisle. “Two people vying for the part of the father are Daniel Day-Lewis and Colin Firth. Daniel would be perfect.” Stewart stops suddenly and smiles, picking up an autobiography. “Let’s not be pretentious – let’s buy Snooki.” (She doesn’t.)

She calls Robert Pattinson her “f–king boyfriend”: “Oooh, Martin Amis.” Stewart plucks Money from the shelf. “My copy just got soaked – my toilet overflowed.” And then, “Oh my God, my f–king boyfriend just did this movie,” she says, referring to Robert Pattinson while pulling down a copy of Bel Ami. “The French, they’re up in arms that he did it.”

The brown contact lenses she wears to play Bella: “It’s like I always have sunglasses on – soulless, googly-eyed sunglasses. You can’t feel your eyeballs. They ruined me.”

Working with William Hurt in 2008’s The Yellow Hankerchief: “He was the first guy I ever saw take a script and f–king turn it on its head. He threw us all up into the air,” Stewart says fondly. “It was so cool working with him. He is so beat – he’s like, On the Road. Incredibly intense. Dude!”

The book Black Hole: “This f–king store is like kismet!” she says. “I want to do this movie!” The book, about a sexually transmitted plague, “is disgusting, so gross,” Stewart enthuses. “I love the first image” – she turns to a completely black page with a white vagina-shape opening in the center – “a slit. You just grow, like, holes in your body. The imagery is so weird. See” – she flips to another page – “he’s looking at her hand and soon there’s gonna be a little mouth in there. It’s so sexual the desire is so f–king palpable, but it feels so dirty, like [the characters] are so ashamed because they’re diseased, they’re literally getting these holes.”

Riding horses and leading the charge in Snow White and the Huntsman: Despite being terrified of horses, Stewart saddled up to lead an army of 250 mounted men charging down a beach in the rain. “I hated it,” she admits of riding. “I didn’t take to the whole mentality of f–king ordering that thing around – ‘Go now!’ You have to be an a–hole, basically. Not to say that horse people are a–holes to their horses. But you have to basically tell that thing who’s boss, and I didn’t want to do that. I was like, ‘No, do your thing. I don’t even want to be up here.’”

Child-acting and home-schooling: One role begot the next, and from seventh grade on Stewart was homeschooled, something she regrets, in a way. “Because I didn’t go to f–king school, I feel I would have had a bit something extra if I had,” she says. “Maybe because my life is so perfect, when I see the other side of life, it just seems like, almost like I want…” Stewart struggles for words. “You can learn so much from bad things. I feel boring. I feel like, Why is everything so easy for me? I can’t wait for something crazy to f–king happen to me. Just life. I want someone to f–k me over! Do you know what I mean?” That which doesn’t kill you makes you stronger? “Exactly. It’s one of the reasons I want to act. I love living in different worlds, because a lot of times mine is pretty nice and easy.”

She still smokes, and her car is gross: She unlocks a nondescript rental car (she can’t drive her Mini Cooper without being followed by paparazzi), drops the books in back, slides into the driver’s seat, starts the engine and offers up a Camel. Pushing the cigarette-lighter button, she says, laughing, “I went for the high-class rental. This car’s got all the fixin’s!” Scattered on the passenger side floor are a pair of plaid Van sneakers, an empty protein drink, a Coca-Cola can, and a plastic to-go container with a half eaten sandwich covered in mold. A nearly empty Snapple sits in the cup holder, cigarette buds floating in it.

She wears a mysterious ring: Stewart taps her hands on the steering wheel, her short nails lacquered in bloodred. On her thumb is a silver spoon ring. “All four of my brothers and my mom and dad have these,” she says. “My mom went and got them for Christmas.” And the gold ring circling her index finger? “Everyone wants to know,” Stewart says slyly. She shakes her head. “Everyone knows already – it’s ridiculous.” As painful as it is to be so publicly pushed and prodded, how does she square wanting to be projected on a 40-foot screen? “Laurence Olivier was asked, ‘Actors, what’s the impulse? Why?’ And he was just like, ‘Look at me, look at me, look at me, …’ That was his answer. But at the same time, it’s like, ‘Nooo, don’t look at me. Look at some version that I’m going to present to you. Let me control it.”

[Elle excerpts via Strictly Robsten’s transcript]

The cursing is getting kind of ridiculous. She wasn’t always this foul-mouthed, it’s something that’s happened over the past year, where every interview is laden with f-bombs. The article also quotes extensively from people who have worked with Kristen over the years, and an unsettling theme arises, although I don’t know if that was Elle’s intention. While Kristen’s directors and costars all had nice things to say about her, there seems to be a theme of Kristen not having much respect for the script of whatever film she’s doing. Everyone says that she constantly going off script, constantly changing lines, constantly trying to make the characters sound more “authentic”. Which… maybe that only bothers me. I understand going off script when it’s something like Twilight, but it really feels like Kristen never bothers to learn her lines for any given film.

As for the mysterious ring thing – I anxiously await the Twihards’ explanation. Did her “f–king boyfriend” Rob give her the gold ring? Is it a promise ring? A wedding ring?!?!

Elle scans courtesy of Tom Munro/Elle, via The Fashion Spot.

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  1. Kate says:

    She’s vile, crude and disgusting.

  2. Tillie says:

    She looks gorgeous in the pics. I really think she is very talented and like her a lot. BUT I really dislike the cursing and all, it’s just bad taste.

  3. Cherry says:

    They photoshopped her already itsy-bitsy body into a f*cking skeleton on that cover pic. Seriously, people at Elle. A woman’s waist should not be as small as her f*cking head.

  4. truthSF says:

    What the f–k? This girl sounds like an idiot. Cussing in every sentence does not make you sound cool.

    • lizbet says:

      I have friends in the Army, and this is how they talk. Girl has no excuse. It reminds me of the child genius I went to college with who was constantly tossing F-bombs around in a painfully forced way– as though it would convince us that she was our age.

  5. RocketMerry says:

    She’s gorgeous and I like her, but she’s a bit too invested in this “cool, cursing, antisocial, goth/faux punk” attitude.
    She’s young, I’m prepared to bet it’s a phase. She’ll grow out of it. =)

  6. Ailine says:

    She looks very sexy in photos. I’m not convinced she can act. The dress on the cover is HOT. Too bad it probably costs an arm and a leg.

  7. Ladybird83 says:

    She is a dreadful bore honestly. I think she knows it. Hollywood is trying to push her down our throats like ” like at her she does Indies films and is edgy” baby Angie anyone? The truth is much like Angelina she can’t really act. And if she could a franhcise will haunt her forever. Poser brat.

    • Marjalane says:

      She is a bore! Little girl needs to get over herself and her obnoxious lip biting. All her angst about being a star and having to show up at premiers and interviews is so put upon. It’s the price you pay for making all thise artsy, edgy films, dear. (and making all that boring money!)

    • lamamu says:

      She’s a young 22, immature and clearly uneducated. Two thoughts: 1. she will mature (hopefully) as she ages and (hopefully) be able to forgive herself for this ridiculous period in her life and 2. she has no business touching the writing on a script until she can, like…umm…finish a f*****g sentence without cursing or stammering.

  8. thawra says:

    OMG you guys there is a lot of hate here on this blog!!! she is a beautiful girl still learning about herself. the fact that she is on the public eye doesn’t mean she should adhere to the steriotype of a hollywood starlette. i prefer her cursing to the fake smiles that we get plastered all over papers and magazines.

    Amazing shoot, much better than ELLE UK

  9. Jill says:

    Wish she would shut up. That interview was the most try hard ever. Her “acting” and lip biting with Daniel Day Lewis? LMAO!!!!

  10. Jenny says:

    Close your mouth woman!!!

  11. lost in the barrens says:

    I don’t get all the hate.When I was her age I swore like a sailor too.I’ve since evolved into a more clean-mouthed individual.

  12. Claire says:

    “The French, they’re up in arms that he did it.”

    I’m french and i don’t know that expression, what does it mean?

  13. Emma says:

    As I’ve long suspected RP is actually the private one in that relationship but I like that she respects him enough to try. She’s a very young girl and she’s dating Robert Pattinson so I can see why she can’t help herself every now and then. He’s calm enough about the relationship and mature enough to never get caught in this trap.

    The ring is a ring RP gave her in 2010 for her 20th birthday.

  14. The Other Katherine says:

    Poor wee thing, trying so hard to be edgy. Hey, at least she reads! And she is very pretty.

  15. Help says:

    lol haters gonna hate Go Kristen keep killing the nonsten

  16. Maria_Spain says:

    the real corpse bride

  17. Cathy says:

    Why does she get away wearing all that heavy eyeliner and stuff when Kate Middleton doesn’t. Kates isn’t as heavy as KS makeup yet everyone is on her case about it. The young lady needs to lighten up on the heavy eye makeup and stuff. Also she needs to learn how to smile, I never see any pictures of her smiling.

    • liza says:

      Tons of people can get away with heavy eyeliner, it just depends on your eyes. Stewart, though I find her insufferable, has really pretty shaped and light eyes that pop with more eyeliner. Whereas Kate has sort of droopy round eyes that look worse when emphasized.

    • Ann says:

      There is a big difference between makeup for a fashion photoshoot and makeup for real life. This is a photoshoot. Not what Kristen wears everyday. Kate Middleton’s makeup is applied for real life, not fashion shoots.

      Also, it may interest you to know that actresses or models don’t control these photoshoots. They don’t apply their own makeup. They don’t style the shots or determine the poses or whether or not to smile. There are stylists, makeup artists and photographers that make ALL those decisions.

    • nina says:

      Kristen’s doing a photoshoot, she doesn’t wear it for evveryday wear. Kate puts on her eyeliner in a very dated way too, it’s the way 8th graders in 1987 did under the eye really unsophisticatedly in a straight line. That sort of application actually makes the eye look smaller. Kate’s a beautiful girl, and would benefit with a different type of eye makeup application. Her whole family does it too, so it’s like a Middleton tradition that needs to stop. lol

  18. Angi says:

    Oh,everyone needs to chill out. When I was her age I swore like a sailor. Not the end of the world.

  19. Manayer says:

    the same ugly face expression in every photo, every scene…

  20. Jackie says:

    ‘I’m reminded of how beautiful she is’…seriously?

    beautiful? attractive, maybe.

  21. Jane says:

    Oh god, she is just so damn unlikeable and offensive.

    ““Maybe because my life is so perfect, when I see the other side of life, it just seems like, almost like I want…” Stewart struggles for words. “You can learn so much from bad things. I feel boring. I feel like, Why is everything so easy for me? I can’t wait for something crazy to f–king happen to me. Just life. I want someone to f–k me over! Do you know what I mean?”

    Jesus, I don´t even know what to say to that. I´m praying for you KStew, that one day someone really fucks you over.

    • Jackie says:

      she really is a f*cking idiot.

    • Iggles says:

      What an immature a**wipe. She’s not a teenager anymore. Cursing just to sound “hardcore” is just stupid!

    • Monday says:

      I get this comment, sometimes I feel like things have been fairly easy in my life (health, happiness, financial stability, etc…), and it is sort of a feeling of waiting for the other shoe to drop? In other words, I know I will have some bad luck at sometime so let’s just get on with it. Also, she is interviewed frequently, and how many times can you talk about how wonderful everything is? She isn’t the world’s best communicator, obviously, but I get what she is trying to say here.
      I agree with many others here that the swearing thing is getting tiresome, but I don’t take offense to what she is trying to say. If nothing else, she is way more interesting than the Blake Livelys and Lily Collins etc…

      • Jane says:

        Please stop excusing her bulls-it. She is not “waiting for the other shoe to drop”, she “feels boring” so she wants “something f-king crazy” to happen to her. I don´t think she could sound more ignorant and narcissistic if she tried.

      • Orly says:

        Monday – Kristen has been accused many times about whining about her life when she has so much. This seems like just a tactic, an attempt at image makeover. Clearly it failed because reaction has been really negative to that comment.

      • TheOriginalVictoria says:

        There is nothing awesomely great at had having a hard life. There is nothing great in incest or comparing the paps with being raped or whining about teachers who “failed” you because you chose to become an actor and not become educated like the rest of your classmates in a stable environment; especially when a good portion of the country’s parental units would kill to have the kind of top notch education she had access too but didn’t use.

        I would trade my hard life for a tenth of her easiness in a flash and would never complain about wishing my life was hard so I could learn more.

        She’s a simple bitch. I am Twi-hard (but not an idiot one or obsessed because I realize that book it poo on toast) but I really detest that girl. And when I mean detest, I mean detest. She is so ugh!

      • Monday says:

        Sorry Orly and Jane, I just disagree. I don’t think she is throwing out bullsht, and I don’t think she said this to change her image.
        She is young, questioning, and doesn’t express herself well. It seems obvious that fame IS isolating. We can all judge from the outside, but people are very hard on this girl.

      • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

        Trust me, you don’t care about depth, character-building or authenticity when the clog and stiletto monsoon rolls in. I’m not saying that to chastise or condescend but to say to just enjoy and be grateful for the bliss of this brand of ignorance. I don’t want to you have to experience exceptional amounts of pain, so there’s no reason for you to want it for yourself. There’s no romance in it and you’re not a Goethe protagonist, so be a sympathetic, humble and helpful person, understand the privilege you’ve been granted and go be happy. Long distance and armchair guilt is ineffective and pretty self indulgent, anyway.

        But she really, REALLY needs to just bite the bullet and accept some kind of coaching because people are not going to become more accepting of this kind of talk as she ages. A mind is a terrible thing to %*#%#&@.

      • Orly says:

        Monday – I respect your right to disagree. I haven’t followed KS too closely, but I follow enough pop culture to see a fair amount of news about her.

        To me, this is similar to when she went on Oprah and all the talk was about how shy she is, her magazine interviews leading up to that appearance also highlighted her shyness. Then she went to Australia and was so crass and disrespectful, suddenly all the talk about shyness dissipated.
        Celebrity is all about image.

    • Michele says:

      I think she’s trying to say that she has such an easy life now and gets everything she wants because she’s a rich, famous movie star. She gets freebie stuff from designers, tickets to sold out concerts and Broadway shows, private jets, first class travel and fancy hotel accomodations all the time. She has a very charmed life and knows it. I bet alot of people say ‘yes’ to her more than not. That would be boring after awhile. I think what she’s trying to say is that she is up for resistance and challenges that are going to upset her ‘perfect’ life.
      She needs to weather some storms to see what she is made of. How can anyone know who they are or what they are truly made of if things always go their way? She’s saying she wouldn’t mind facing some real challenges for a change. That thought seems to excite her.
      I can see her point. She’s not a materialistic person or a famewhore. Her privledged life is boring compared to the struggles and challenges of those less fortunate.
      I think she’s a very compassionate young woman who did not grow up with great wealth and fame. She’s very young to have achieved both while still only a teen. She knows she has an easy life. She seems to be saying she’s not afraid to weather some storms to see if she can actually endure the bad.

  22. Geekychic says:

    Come on Kaiser, she swears since the start of twilight, At least. I remember HB interview with those two(before 2nd or 3rd part) and one of the first thing in the description was that she swears Like a sailor.
    I still have to look at the pics, But i had to say this. Let’s keep to the facts, there’s plenty of those thAt cause people to Hate her, right?

  23. Jade says:

    I really want to see where she is in Her career 10 years for now.

  24. debunker says:

    I don’t like her but the photos are quite good (except for the ones with the masculine slick hair and the cover photo which is airbrushed).
    She will never be a stunner (face or body wise) but she’s growing into her looks nicely.

  25. Boo says:

    My, my, my. Someone desperately wants us to think she’s well read.

  26. Linny says:

    Stay classy, Kristen. Also, nice photo shopping on the cover there.

  27. nita says:

    she’s cute but her attitude and the way she keeps are face all the time are disgusting

  28. another nina says:

    Oh the mystery of the ring. It’s a regular wedding band (she wears it on a middle finger), and so that nobody could ever guess its origins, it has “rob” written on the outside (yes!) of the ring. Well, “written” is a strong word – I used to think that Patz borrowed Sturridge’s hairpin to do it but after this interview I think it was stew with a nail.
    Another hidden Pattinson’s reference is that “Money” book, which is his all time favorite. He wrote the script and is waiting when he is old enough to play it. Anyway, I wonder what’s this favorite book doing in the toilet.
    I think the best part of the interview is how the sales clerk unloads on stew the shitload of depressing stuff – a book written on a toilet paper in the prison, the tragedy of Bosnian immigrants, intense poems of Oregon dude, who now travels with puppets, etc. She obviously takes it all.
    And seriously, I can’t even giggle at this interview ’cause the gal has a maturity of a 13 y.o. – like she can’t wait for shit to happen to her. Right. Anyway, I wish her the best in her perfect life, and looking forward to reading her interviews in 5 years when she becomes less pretentious faux-punk.

  29. Dodo13 says:

    I really hope she is on drugs…bc that would at least explain her stupidity…it has been a long time since I saw an idiot on her level,she should be banned from talking…or acting…maybe banned from the country…Thant might work

  30. lower-case deb says:

    to my surprise, she is actually really okay in her Graham Norton outing (i just watched the whole thing on Youtube). a little bit quiet, speaks only when spoken to, courteous to other guests, polite, keeps her mouthbreathing to a minimum.

    though, i guess sitting next to Chris Rock helps a lot since he does give a girl a hand with quips and stuff. But she sort of held her own, it seems.

  31. Dee Cee says:

    Welcome to what we sow we reap in teaching children to learn to live like adults from birth.

  32. shailee says:

    why is she being hated for her opinions once again?? she is admiting that her life has been too easy, she has grown up in a bubble, and feels like she hasn’t really gone through anything bad, or faced challenges that us regular people have faced, I can see why she would feel that way, we may think is ridiculous that she wants something bad to happen to her, but to her is something to think or wonder about, is her reality, why is that so hard to understand.

    The cursing is nothing new, i wish she would stop, but that’s the way she is, I don’t see men being called out when they curse, but she is a woman so she has different standards.*pathetic*

    And yes, the ring is a big deal to twi fans, if she shows without it, all hell breaks lose, and the relationship is over, now that she cofirmed the ring came from him, fans will be paying even more attention to her hands lol

  33. TXCinderella says:

    I’m a Twilight fan (not one of the crazy ones), but I think Kristen has alot of growing up to do. Her interviews just remind me of a self conscience girl who’s maturity level needs work.

  34. Crystal says:

    I don’t have a problem with her cursing *shrugs*
    The pictures are gorgeous but some of the photoshop is tragic. She’s already slim do I don’t know why they photoshopped her arms into little twigs.
    Let’s go to a bookshop for the interview so i can show you how well read I am. *rolls eyes* This interview was a load of pretentious twaddle and if Goop or George Clooney had done this they would be crucified. I’ve always found these boring, i prefer her talk show interviews. Kind of like Beyonce. I love them both but their magazine interviews bore me. Her interview on the Graham Norton show was really good but I think it had a lot to do with her being around people like Graham and Chris Rock. They’re funny and carefree so they helped her come out of her shell.
    Don’t care what any director/producer/actor says, she can’t act and has the emotional range of a pizza box. Can you imagine her and Michael Cera in a movie?… That would be hilarious. She could get better with time or she end up like Jennifer Anniston who’s played herself in every movie for the past decade. We’ll see…
    Lord, those twifats are pathetic.
    ‘my f*cking boyfriend’ is probably trending on twitter the way ‘my boyfriend is English’ did.
    She can’t even wear a bloody ring without it trending on twitter.
    I can’t wait for SWATH. Queen Charlize will slay and the basic twifats will deal with it.

  35. Twez says:

    I was going to note that “F-king Boyfriend” is a song by The Bird and the Bee, but it seems she’s just using the word as a constant modifier.

    It’s like she’s going for smart and postmodern in what she’s saying, but it’s just coming across as ineptly pretentious.

  36. Rhiley says:

    She sounds pretty stupid, like one of those people who thinks she is really deep, but really she is about as thought provoking and original as Dylan McKay on 90210. Actually, she kind of reminds my of Leonardo DiCaprio’s character in Celebrity. She may be smart in real life but her interviews just don’t read well because she can’t express her thoughts with complete sentences. Plus, I now don’t think I can eat my lunch after reading about how gross her car is. Ugh, I can smell that moldy sandwich in my office.

  37. Reece says:

    Hey Kaiser, she’s always talked like that. The magazines have just stopped editing her. She whined about that too. re: Commentary from 1st twi movie.

    As for the use of the word itself I tend to refer this

    PS Nice airbrushing there Elle. As if she’s not skinny already.

  38. Jordan says:

    I find her low-class and boring. All of her interviews are the same, where she is just waiting for the opportunity to throw in a f-bomb to look edgy. I like using the f-bomb too, but there’s a time and place. During an interview, especially in a bookstore, is just not that place.

    • Michele says:

      But not too low-class and boring enough for you to skip her interviews entirely, correct? HA! Admit it, you like finding fault with her and bitching about it. As you can see here, you are not alone.
      I have been reminded repeatedly that this site is called Celebitchy with an emphasis on the ‘bitchy’ part so I guess the haters and people who claim not to hate her but love to rip her to shreds every chance they get, have a place to vent.
      I happen to like her and I try not to judge anyone, famous or not, too quickly. Kristen has her faults like we all do only hers are plastered all over the internet and in magazines, then put under a magnifying glass for further analysis. Frankly, I could never cope with all the intrusion she goes through on a daily basis. And she’s been having to deal with it since age 17! Bless her for not becoming another Lindsay Lohan!

    • Jinx says:

      “She had to deal with the adult world since she was a kid” bla bla bla… When are you guys going to stop trying to convince us that that’s why she’s a f’g moron? It doesn’t even make sense.

  39. Happy21 says:

    Wow! There are some real K-Stew haters out there. I like her. She’s spunky and she curses. I swore like that through most of my 20′s and toned it down once all my friends had kids and I knew it wouldn’t be right if they started cussing like a trucker.

    I wish her most luck in her career :)

  40. Buffy says:

    I get the feeling she buys into a lot of her own hype (and is probably surrounded by yes men and sycophants) and the Twilight adulation from demented fans has created a spoiled little monster. Not really surprised, she’s not very intelligent or well educated. I think her career decline is going to be very hard for her pretentious ass to deal with. She thinks she’s a very talented, special little snowflake.

  41. nina says:

    She’s young,and doesn’t filter herself. Sometimes it’s entertaining, sometimes it’s cringe worthy.

    Still don’t get the furor over every little utterance of hers though. She’s just some valley girl who grew up in the inudstry, seemsto have been too sheltered socially, and says f*ck a lot. Nothing too extreme for the extreme love or hatred she instills.

    • Ming says:


      But gossip is lamenting about everything someone declares rant-worthy and to gossips, everything is rant/explode-worthy.

      ESPECIALLY Kristen Stewart.

      • nina says:

        I guess it comes down to this: Do you want your celebrity profile interviews “photoshopped/airbrushed” or not?

        On one hand I think she should use more common sense about what she displays to interviewers, cause it does her no favors. She comes off immature often.

        At the same time, I prefer hearing her be honest about herself and thoughts than giving me kiss ass answers like most celebrities do to be shown in a positive light.

        So much of the idiocy that comes out of her mouth just seems like a momentary thought in her head, not something she truly believes too. Like I can’t really muster up outrage over dumb shit she says on the fly when I do that all the time myself. You think something, and then discard it just as quickly.


      • Ming says:

        Agreeing again.

        It’s just KStew, it’s just Megan Fox. Foot, mouth – exellent.

        I still like them, because no reasoning necessary and oh god, raging over a pretentious 22 years old.

  42. Dany says:

    I don’t know if there are any horse people who read this on here, but as someone who rides I’m so offended. I used to like Rob quite a bit, but Kristen ruined that, because seriously, someone who dates her? I feel like kicking something (NOT a horse) after reading what she says about riding. She’s a moron. That’s right. I said it. I don’t care if Krisbians go crazy over that. There’s just NO way you can defend the stuff she says about riding. I’ll leave it to that.

    • Greenandgray says:

      I ride horses, too, and I found her comment to be incredibly ignorant and offensive. I’ve loved horses my whole life and in my experience riding is NOT bossing the horse around, it’s about the relationship between horse and rider working together as a team. Also, Kristen Stewart, horses weigh around 1400-1800 pounds, are waaay stronger than humans, so trust me, the idea that you can boss the horse around is ridiculous. The horse consents to work with you because of training. Sorry for such a long post, I’ve never posted before, but that comment about horses just really bothered me (obviously). Plus I’m hardcore procrastinating right now…

      • Lois says:

        I’m a “horse person” too, (have been my entire life) and those stupid comments about riding really made me cross. I resent her so much for publicizing that view of riding. She has no idea what she’s talking about…anyone who tries to boss a horse around will end up on the ground pretty quick. I agree with Greenandgray, the horse works with you because it’s trained. What. A. Moron.

  43. Ann says:

    This girl can’t win, can she? And no, I’m not a “Twihard”. But I’ve previously seen her raked over the coals for complaining when she stated how she felt about being pursued by paparazzi, etc. Everyone bitched “what is she complaining about?” So now, when she says life is good, you all bitch ” she’s so offensive, talking about how her life is good.”

    The fact is some of you will despise her no matter what she does. What I don’t understand is, why do you follow her, read about her, post about her? I can’t stand the Kardashians, Paris Hilton, etc. And you know what? When I see an article about them, I skip it. I don’t post comments about them. I ignore them.

    You should try it if this girl really bothers you so much.

    • Ming says:

      It’s either the Pattinson’s GF factor or she’s just the girl other girls love to hate, which would mean, she’s just like Gwyneth Paltrow, which means, it must be the Pattinson’s GF factor.

    • Dany says:

      She’s loathed because of her actions AND her words. No mystery there. NOT because she’s Rob’s GF. It’s as simple as that.

    • Katie Scarlett says:

      Wow, Ann, you must have a reading comprehension problem. She’s not saying how grateful and blessed she is for having a great life. She’s COMPLAINING about how perfect and easy her life is, and how that’s so BORING and she wishes something bad would happen. Because that would be so FASCINATING. That’s what’s so offensive. Who wishes for bad things to happen to them?

      She’s a child if she doesn’t realize that bad things come to EVERYBODY, even celebrities with a lot of money. She’ll learn that one day.

      It’s one of the most idiotic statements I’ve ever read.

      And no, nobody gives two shits about Pattinson. He’s ugly.

      • Orly says:

        She needs to be made aware of the phrase “be careful what you wish for”. I bet the people who’ve lost their homes or who are terminally ill or who have had their freedom taken away or their voice silenced will gladly trade places with her.
        Who in their right mind wishes for adversity?

  44. Katie Scarlett says:

    Karma is a bitch and it’s coming for her.

  45. FreeSpiritedGirl says:

    UUUUGH! I’ll just go and wash my ears! So many f-word in an interview! God! I hate these kinds of people who curse without any reason. This is what happens when you stop going to school at such an early age. I liked K-Stew but after reading so many interviews where she had used f-words, I have got sick of her! Ewww!
    I used to think she was one of the sweetest actresses. Baaaah!

  46. FreeSpiritedGirl says:

    *eyes roll* ~_^

  47. foozy says:

    some people forget what it was like to be that young. i think she’s great and unlike most of hollywood, she acts her own age!!! love love love

    • TG says:

      When I was that age I did not cuss up a storm or smoke cigarettes. I especially would know how to speak courteously when doing an interview.

    • original almond says:

      At 22 and well before that I knew not to be so monumentally stupid as to wish for bad things to happen to me so that I’d be less boring. That is some prime tweener mentality right there. I guess she has a lot more in common with her fans than anyone previously thought. Is this the price one must pay for a sheltered, cushy life? It might be, but I’m thinking it’s more likely that this kind of willful ignorance is a Kstew brand.

    • GenerationZ says:

      As someone who’s still in high school, no, she does not act her age. Her actions aren’t age-specific. There are f-bombs around, sure, but Kstew has a brand of hipster snobbery, authenticity-obsession, and pretentiousness unheard of in my urban high school. If you’re saying she’s the right age for compulsive complaining, I’d counter that–while I’ve met many whiny teens–they whine about being mistreated in relationships, not being able to pay for college, feeling ugly and physically disgusting, how they feel suffocated by their parents. (One girl in particular–whose never done anything to be punished for–talked about how her Dad called her every hour she was at a friends house, and watched her enter the house, and prescribed different rules for her than her brother due to her gender.) You know what Kristen Stewart complains about? Unsolicited photographers; people being interested in her life; the projects she willingly chooses to take part in; her millionaire life with her hot boyfriend, close friends, fans who will follow her to any project and major industry acclaim/suck-up. Yeah, she’s real age-appropriate.

  48. TheOriginalVictoria says:

    She has officially ruined “fuck” for me with that emo/goth/disaffected youth posturing. The art of the F word is just that. It has to be strategically placed. If ubiquitous, it comes across as too try hard.

    Kristen, have a fucking Wrigley’s Field of seats and go get your life.

    And like the only reason why she brought up Robert was so she could throw in how bad ass it is that the French didn’t want him to stink up their movie. I guess they saw him do Dali and said, ‘Lo siento, Espana, no vamos abajo asi!”

  49. original almond says:

    She’s not persecuted or hounded on this site anymore than other celebs. All the criticism is owed to her severe foot-in-mouth disease. She can’t say a proper thing one way or the other because she’s too dim and disconnected.

    She’s not smart enough to make her point across so she relies on ridiculous, infantile hyperbole (rape and paps) and an overload of expletives. Her latest pearl of wisdom just sealed it on how stupid she actually is.

    • Anna says:

      Kaiser doesn’t go after her any more than she does some other celebs. It is some of the comments that are pretty appalling. The whole, she’s a horrible person schtick that a lot of people are rolling with. She hasn’t hurt anyone like Lilo or Chris Brown and none of us actually know this girl. I have no problem with people calling her annoying, irritating, etc. I feel that way about Jennifer Aniston. I’m disgusted by the hyperbole of some of these comments.

      • original almond says:

        Oh, I’d say other celebs have it worse, comments-wise. And it always surprises me that people can only put her in a positive light if they compare her with the likes of Lohan and other bottom-of-the-barrel “stars”. Even her defenders do that and I find it sad and hilarious at the same time.

        She gets grilled and roasted because of the bad acting and the atrocious interviews where she spews the most inane and dumbfounding things I’ve ever had the dis/pleasure of reading. I don’t know whether to weep or pop another bag of popcorn in the oven.

        To wish that someone or something f*cked you over so your life would be less boring and easy and more fascinating is the absolute zenith of stupidity. I can hardly understand how such an idea could take form in someone’s mind. It certainly boggles mine, that’s for sure. Add to that so many other stupid and ignorant remarks and you get this sad, pathetic spectacle.

        Oh, and I’m not saying she’s a horrible person, just a painfully stupid one.

      • Orly says:

        Meh, you’ll get over it.

    • Anna says:

      No, I agree that some celebs have it worse comment wise. Gwyneth is someone that comes to mind, along with Jennifer Aniston and Bey. I’m not comparing her with Chris Brown to make her look good…I’m well aware that KS has a lot of faults and the cursing is a nasty, stupid habit. It’s not your comment I had an issue with either. It’s the one that called her a vile, crude, and disgusting. I just have to give a kstew eye roll to shit like that. I’m saying that lumping Gwyneth, Kristen, Bey, and even Angie at times in the same category as someone like Chris Brown is just fucking stupid. Disliking Gwyneth and bitching about her pretentiousness, I get. Saying Gwyneth is a horrible human being and wretched person. No. I guess it just bums me out that people spend so much negative energy on this type of shit. There’s a difference between being bitchy and being cruel…And like I said before, I’m kind of on a soapbox here. It’s just something that has bothered me for a while, be in Kristen Stewart or Gwyneth or another.

      • original almond says:

        I completely agree with you. When those words are used you instantly know that there is an unhealthy level of emotional involvement. KStew didn’t kill anyone’s kitten and she didn’t beat the crap out of anyone either. Some people should take some distance and some time out from the celebs sphere.

  50. TG says:

    If the smoking wasn’t enough to turn me off of this chic, her constant cussing has done it. I am more impressed when celebs can speak without dropping the f-bomb every second. She is clearly not articulate and has no education. She is doing an interview and has no idea what is proper language. So sad. What a waste.

  51. Kate says:

    I just realized who she reminds me of: Avril Lavigne. It’s just so FORCED.

    I’ve only seen the first two Twilights out of curiosity. They are comedy gold. I don’t think she’s the next Meryl Streep. But she doesn’t seem to be the next Lindsay Lohan, either. If she’s got one thing going for her that I do like, it’s that she seems to keep to herself. I think she’s just a very, very young 22.

  52. Anna says:

    This won’t be a popular opinion, but I’ve said it before…I think people get way overly crazy about this girl. As in, the either hate her or love her. While I think “hate” is often thrown around and overused, I believe it applies in this case. Is her cursing a vile and disgusting habit? Sure. Does it make her a vile and disgusting person? No. A vile and disgusting person is a wife beater, a racist, someone who drives drunk multiple times and puts other people at risk, etc. Calling someone vile and disgusting that you a) don’t personally know b) hasn’t done any of the wife beating/been a racist/trying to impact your life by taking away your abortion rights/risking everybody’s life in LA on the freeways a la Lilo…Well, it quite frankly moves you past the bitchy category and into the C U Next Tuesday category to call someone those type of names who really hasn’t done jack shit to you and hasn’t hurt anybody. Kaiser can be a little hard on KStew, but she had a reasonable attitude to her cursing, i.e. it’s obnoxious. She didn’t call her a disgusting, horrible person. I think the same shit goes on with Gwyneth Paltrow too…and now I’m going to step off my soapbox.

    • another nina says:

      Due to the nature of her fame (stemmed from twilight), there will always be extreme haters and admirers. And it’s impossible to argue with them because they are not here to listen to a voice of reason. But if you sort them out, the dynamic of opinions is not shifting towards Chris Brown category. It’s much much milder, and closer to your perception.

  53. Tyny says:

    She curses like a sailor. I thought everyone knew this? Apparently not.

    Anyway, it’s really not that big of a deal. A lot of people are seriously taking this interview out of proportion. She’s said many times that she had a good upbringing and that her parents were great. Her main problem is the paparazzi. That’s really all she has to worry about and she’s acknowledged this already.

    I guess she noticed how she sounded, bitching and moaning about paps when there are people in the world who would cut of both legs to have the money that she has.

    She really can’t win either way. She complains about paps, she’s ungrateful. She says her life is too perfect and that nothing really happens to her, she’s ungrateful.

    I mean, what should she do? It’s obvious she can’t be bothered to get media training. So she kinda says what comes to mind. She constantly puts her foot in her mouth and that only makes people hate her more. She probably doesn’t care anymore because either way people are gonna hate her guts.

    • Anna says:

      I agree. What Kaiser pointed out where legit criticisms. What some of the commenters point out is just getting their panties in a twist. She’s admitting she had a lucky, privileged life and saying she realizes that sometimes people can learn from having to go through difficulties. The wanting someone to fvck her over comment. Immature. Not the worst thing I’ve heard. I’m meh on Stewart, but I am so sick of people putting her in the same category of Chris F–king Brown.

    • original almond says:

      Oh please, media training shmedia training. If she put forth only a fraction of effort she’d manage not to sound like a complete tool. She’s severely undereducated and seemingly proud of it.

      Had she stayed in school she’d have perhaps known to say “the paps’ constant presence is incredibly invasive” or some such thing. There, 5 seconds more of thinking and reflecting before opening one’s maw to spew forth unfiltered mind diarrhea. Did it hurt? Nope. Did it keep the speaker from making an ass of themselves? Yep.

      • Snow says:

        “She’s severely undereducated and seemingly proud of it.”

        That’s exactly it! I don’t think it’s genuine pride–I’d wager a guess that it’s really a defense mechanism–but it’s an arrogance slathered over the cracks of her insecurity. Like when she’s always talking about how she values being real/authentic, and takes pride in her nervous ticks and complete disregard for media training, even when they could help center the conversation on the film she’s promoting and would make people more interest in her ideas than her story. She thinks being charming and polite = fake/contrived. Her take on talk shows:

        “I don’t have a contrived personality that [I can] just pump out [for] a five-minute segment, so I end up sitting there and looking kind of baffled.”

        Therefore, her being the opposite of charming makes her authentic.

  54. jover says:

    Buffy spot on, and leticia she is not undereducated she is devoid of the concept of education; Cursing is how the inarticulate attempt to conceal their inarticulateness; WHat is interesting is KS is an example of how growing rich/famous at an early age in today’s hollyweird destroys your personality – apparently she has no hobbies, interests, activities etc. she really has no personality;
    AND please for the the love of GOD, american fashion mags put models back on the cover there are beautiful ones out there, and they can’t be any worse than this monster of infantile egotism.

  55. serena says:

    I can’t even read it, ignoring the ‘f-ing’ here and there, she can’t really speak properly.
    She thinks she’s hardcore but she’s just annoying. And rude.
    It’s idiotic, she’s 22 not 16. Time to grow up.

    Generally I like her but when she release interviews or goes public it’s always a mess.
    And who the hell are you to just toss away Colin Firth?? Bitch you should just kiss the ground to be able to speak so casually of the Firth.

  56. Lairen says:

    I know everybody here is not a fan, but for some reason I really like her, and this interview kind of made me like her even more. I don’t think she’s try-hard, I think she really is just kind of a quirky, awkward, uncouth young person. It’s hard in Hollywood. I hope she’s able to grow into somebody she loves.

  57. lil ole me says:

    Guys…. Ummm guys…. In the interview… did she get off on the fact the girl “Peyton” she wants to play- is in an incestuous relationship with her FATHER??? or did I mis- read that whole interview???

  58. Fleur says:

    I actually have no opinion on her acting–having only seen her in one film. But whatever. Regardless, I have to say I feel like the writer of this article really screwed her over. I read this and see a young actor who’s trying to be honest and funny in her own way. Speaking as someone who’s written for a newspaper, journalists pick and choose the quotes the use, and there’s nothing interspersed between this blunt quotes to soften Stewart. This just comes off as foul mouthed and self absorbed–and I’m not saying that I think she is, I’m thinking the writer had an axe to grind (a bit like that Vanity Fair piece on Scarlett Johansson a few months back. Talk about barbed), and Kristen didn’t do herself favors by being so blunt and probably too honest. If I were an agent, the one thing I would tell acting clients is: journalists are not your friends. Believe me. They’re there to get something that makes the copy and gets the headlines, whether that means ‘discovering the hidden side’ of the interviewee or just getting a comment that gets passed around the blogosphere. Someone needs to coach Kristen in the art of a good interview and articulating her thoughts with a little more caution and care. Lastly, with regard to the swearing: as someone who lived in Britain, I can say that British people swear CONSTANTLY. Especially Londoners. She probably picked this up from her boyfriend.

    • original almond says:

      Very true, but I also get the feeling that it wasn’t particularly hard for this journalist to cobble together an unfavorable article. Stewart practically did the job herself. But there are, indeed, subtle hints that the attitude isn’t a benevolent one. Certain turns of phrase are quite telling.

      And as I understand it, she’s been very resistant to the idea of media coaching. She’s definitely not helping herself.

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      But this isn’t firsthand stuff and it isn’t a some of Frost interviewing Nixon showdown. It’s a gossip rag citing another gossip rag in a gossippy interview. I frequently don’t share the opinions of the author, but the fact that we don’t even know her name or that isn’t some widely circulated periodical has to count for something, right? I don’t even disagree with you, but the site and its contributors don’t ever try to conceal the fact that they have some strong biases against Person X, or whomever. Even when I disagree vociferously with the article or position, I don’t think it’s unreasonable for the readership to remember that nothing on this site ever claims to be to obejective and rampant editorializing is the name of the game.

      I also think it’s worth remembering that if the reader has a problem with the author’s take or flat-out disagrees with the point or doesn’t appreciate the tone taken, at least there’s an available link to the source material and since every comment section is effectively a ‘letters to the editor’ free for all, tastefully-stated objections keep things relatively honest, even in those ‘man without a country’ moments that we sometimes feel when those opinions of ours that might be less popular just bounce off the pounding surf, or something like that.

      So again, while I frequently (seriously) disagree with the tone or angle–whatever with the piece, I think it’s reasonable to keep in mind that no one’s claiming objectivity or expertise, but that the readers are being presented with a series of op-ed pieces and has a relationship with the readers that keeps them accountable.

  59. aquarius64 says:

    We’ll all see about Stewart’s acting and bankablity on 6/1, when Snow White opens in the States. T”he Avengers” has put down a hugh marker about box office success. SWATH cost $70 million to make. It better open at number 1 AND pull in at least $100 million in the US box office that first weekend. It has a head start in the UK & Germany, but studios go by the US numbers to judge success. If SWATH comes up short in the US money haul, the story will be Kristen Stewart can’t open a movie; she can’t get people to watch her in a movie outside Twilight and the fandom. If SWATH is a commercial success, watch the reviews before and after. If Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth is getting the lion’s share of the praise and Stewart gets brickbats for her peformance, the story will be she’s all hype and she was only hired to get Twihards in the theaters.

  60. Chrissy says:

    What a jerk! Not that I’m surprised. The cursing is so we know how tough and rebellious and cool she is. A lot of what she said doesn’t even make sense! I wear contacts and they feel fine. You’re not supposed to “feel your eyeballs.” I think she looks much better with brown eyes, actually. Her blue eyes are very cold and lifeless to me (and I have blue eyes, I’m not against blue eyes or anything). She needs to be more careful because she’s making subtle insults to the scripts of her movies. It reminds me of how Katherine Heigl ruined her career with her big mouth and ungrateful attitude. Spoiled actresses just need to shut up.

  61. Navy Blue says:

    She’s not that bad guys. She’s young and swears and it just seems like a big deal in print.

    I just think it’s funny that for someone who is always going on about being a bookworm, reading hasn’t made her more articulate.

  62. Hanna says:

    Her F-ing boyfriend, the Muppet, and her belong with eachother. They’re both untalented and think highly of themselves.

  63. shailee says:

    lol keep it up haters, no matter what anyone here says the girl still getting jobs, still being chased after like Universal to work for them, directors, actors all love her, so your envy really won’t affect her.

    Danny, you’re clearly an idiot, what did she say about horses that was bad?? she said she was afraid of them, and didn’t want to be rought with them, where is the crime on that?? ohh that’s right there isn’t one, once again this girl gets picked on for every little thing, she can save 99 puppies from drowning, but if 1 dies people will still give her s*it, is easy to hate her because she has money, a good boyfriend, and a career, is unfair but Im sure she doesn’t care about anyones opinions,keep it Kristen!!!!

    • Orly says:

      “is easy to hate her because she has money, a good boyfriend, and a career”.

      You’re so right Shailee, afterall, she is the only 22 year old female who has those things.
      It’s the only reason anyone could possibly have any kind of disdain towards Kstew.

    • Buffy says:

      Looking at Shailee’s writing, grammar and spelling skills, I can why she likes Kristen Stewart so much.

      When you begin your argument with the sentence “lol haters” anybody with intelligence just tunes you out.

      • original almond says:

        What I find incredibly hilarious is that were Kristen to meet this awesomely devoted fan, she’d sneer and eye role her way past her. It’s this emotional over-investment that I find so absurd and surreal. Stewart wouldn’t spit twice in shailee’s direction, but here is the latter defending the former from all the “haterz”. F***ing stans, right Kristen?

    • Sofia says:

      How and why does she have these
      Obsessed fans?
      This is the true phenomenon…I don’t understand what they see in her and why they are so quick to defend her
      It is very personal with these people
      What in the world is going on when a person like this garners this much obsessive attention?
      It is not normal it is strange and pathetic

  64. Kosmos says:

    I don’t get the bad language…she’s trying to be tragic and cool, but she’s just a little girl that has a lot of growing up to do. If it weren’t for her parents having been in the industry, I doubt she would be making movies. Her acting is marginal, really. I don’t dislike her, but there is that entitlement about her and that she’s always trying to be so cool that I don’t like…she needs to get over herself a bit. I’ve heard that her goal is really to push herself out there so she can become a star. Her media blitz is no accident. She wants it.

  65. Sara says:

    Someone should tell her to relax and it’s okay to be pretty and successful and enjoy life. The miserable teen act is okay when you’re a teenager. There is no need to be so rough when life has been peaches and roses just accept it and move on.

  66. liza says:

    These comments definitively prove I think that Twilight fans are literally the worst of all fans.

  67. Not impressed says:

    She is so self-important, I can’t. She is constantly offending and insulting people of misfortune. First, her life was too hard. Now, her life is too easy and she thinks it’s a game where people have bad things happen to them in order to spice up their life. This girl will never pull her head out of her own ass and I can’t wait until her career is over. She got bad feedback on SWatH, is barely in OtR and seeing as Cali is her only post-Twi offer, I don’t see the “end” of her being too far off.

  68. Not impressed says:

    And HA, privacy? Any “proof” there is of them together always comes from her end. Her comments, her insinuations, her friends posting pictures of her and Rob’s house on public accounts. She is using their “relationship” as her stepping stone and it’s pathetic.

  69. NM6804 says:

    But when Daniel Craig swears like a sailor, it’s all okelidoki :)

  70. I Choose Me says:

    Dear Kristen,

    I know that this is the way you and your friends speak but it is really, really off-putting when you have to drop the word f-ck in every other sentence. You clearly love to read and so should have a better vocabulary that what is currently being displayed here. I like you, I really do and since you have chosen acting as a career and doing interviews is part and parcel of the whole thing, do your fans a favour and try and be more articulate. Plus more people would take you seriously if you would express yourself better. A few acting classes couldn’t hurt either. I think you have potential but please, please learn to emote.



  71. Janet says:

    This twit sets my teeth on edge. OTOH I like Pattinson. He seems fairly down to earth and not full of himself. So what in sweet Jesus’ name does he see in her? I totally do not get it.

  72. Jennifer12 says:

    I don’t love her, but she and Robert just have a lovely chemistry that I like.

  73. allons-y alonso says:

    “It’s like I always have sunglasses on – soulless, googly-eyed sunglasses”

    No, honey. That’s just what it’s like to watch you act.

  74. renee says:

    I’m sorry, I enjoyed this interview!! I thought that the way that she referred to her boyfriend was hilarious and for the first time it seemed as though she had anything resembling a personality to me. She’s 22, she’s not a school teacher or running for office. Unfortunately for her the things that she utters are a matter of public record. I wasn’t on board with the wanting to get fucked over comment but I understood that remark perhaps as her wanting to gain some life experience…by her own admission her life is pretty easy and her job is to pretend every day. I’m guessing that she doesn’t understand karma and that is the shortsightedness of youth speaking. Once it does happen she will regret being so flippant about hardship. In the meantime, who cares????

  75. Mirella says:

    There are pictures of her on d listed flipping the bird on the green carpet at the premiere. I get goofing off with your co stars, but come on.

  76. Dunne says:

    I don’t pay much attention to twilight, but I honestly don’t see the fuss over her. objectively, I don’t find her attractive at all.

  77. Shy says:

    She kind of reminds me Megan Fox. You know Megan always whines and cries how people only see her as sex object… And then she goes and poses in her bra and pants for every photo shoot. It’s so ridiculous to me how Kristen tries to be so bad, dirty, cursing, street rock chick… And then she goes with full expensive make up for every occasion. Paparazzi shots, interviews, magazine covers. It’s always this make-up perfect rich girl with perfect hair.

    Oh you know who she reminds me even more? Avril Lavigne :) Remember how Avril was all like at the beginning of her career: “I’m such an ordinary skater girl. I hang out with skaters and ordinary cool guys. I’m so real. I despise Britney Spears and all those other fake Barbies of showbiz”…. And then she was wearing full make up, her face had so much make-up that she looked like perfect doll. Perfect hair that it had to be done in an hour… That who Kristen reminds me. All those words, all that ridiculous cursing… and she still looks like clean rich girl who pretends to be real dirty rock chick.

  78. Rogue says:

    I can stomach her way better than Emma Watson. Though both their acting chops stink. I don’t like people who try to be perfect. I see a real genuine attitude from Kristen. She may be emo and not media polished. I’ll take that over an annoying celeb.

  79. TeacherNan says:

    I would trade Kristin for any Kardashian, Scarlett Johansson, Blake Lively, Demi Lovato, or any of that ilk any day. At least she doesn’t make excuses for who she is or what she wants to say. Maybe she tries too hard because she wants to be the polar opposites of all the other fucktards in Hollyweird. At least she reads literature & not 50 Shades or something uber-shitty.

  80. TheOriginalVictoria says:

    The problem is not her swearing. Hell I’ll out swear the devil, but it’s the lack of finesse. You don’t treat your f–ks like poo on toast. You have to treat them like an art form. Don’t give them all away on dumb sh-t.

  81. Emilia says:

    Someone call the waaaaaambulance. Will she ever learn? How about her PR team stop overexposing this privileged girl and teach her not to say such stupid things? And then they can teach her to control her use of “f–ks”. For someone who apparently reads as much as she does you’d think you’d get a wider vocabulary. It is SO off-putting.

    She may be young but she’s been in the business and certainly in the spotlight long enough to know not to say such offensive things. If that attitude continues, I can only hope Hollywood opens their eyes and would stop kissing her whiny ass.

  82. Sugar says:

    All I can say is when I saw the last picture in the set my immediate thought was “I miss my f-king princess phone”

  83. Lovely says:

    Wow Kristen looks amazing she’s so beautiful. Why are you all such ugly haters geezzzz get a life you uglies lol.

    • GenerationZ says:

      It’s telling that the biggest insult you can throw out there is that the people here are physically unattractive. Obviously you think that’s the most important quality a female can have, and for that I pity you. Age eventually takes away all beauty. Everyone dies ugly. You’re going to need to figure out a way to be happy when you don’t have that anymore. Read a book, develop yourself, educate yourself. Go to the library, pick any book, even if it’s Twilight because it will lead you to other things. And when all you can see of your face is subtle features under wrinkles and sag, you’ll be able to smile and not give a shit. Good luck.

  84. Sofia says:

    Disgusting vile She makes me sick
    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder….nothing is beautiful about her
    Average looks too
    Very bad attittude,just getting worse
    Hopefully her 15 minutes will be up very soon

  85. Dara says:

    . I think she’s cool, probably too cool but alas…..a lot of us went through this ‘look at me, I’m tough and I smoke the cool cigarette (Marlboro Reds for me at the time)’ phase. She’s the anti-Hollywood. But she’s not out hookering/drugging/collecting mugshots like some so kudos. She’ll mature with time. I personally believe it’s her way of coping with an incredibly introverted personality.

  86. lisle says:

    pretty vile interview. but I guess that’s what passes for badass. she’s a spoiled rich brat. people hate her w/ a passion
    and with good reason and her movies never make any money bc she always plays herself.

  87. Theresa says:

    Kristen Stewart reminds me of a brunette Amber Heard. That, and all that implies.

  88. For crying out loud says:

    I swear I will do my nut in if one more of her idiotic stans uses the “she’s young…cut her some slack” excuse. She’s 22, she’s an adult. If a nobody swore this much or acted in this manner, in a professional environment they’d be fired or severely reprimanded.

    I dare one of her stans to go up to their boss or a superior and punctuate every sentence with FUCK, just for a day and see what happens and how that works out for you.

    It’s an act, and a very poor one from her as per usual. I think less of her boyfriend, whom I used to admire, for associating himself with her. Then again, if his long time friends are anything to go by it’s no wonder he finds this attractive.

  89. EscapedConvent says:

    She forgot to mention that she lives in the f***ing French countryside.

  90. yara says:

    take any other pretty face with no talent whatsoever!!! and just tell them to stand there with this blank stare and look slightly pretty!!!! pfffff…just when i think that people that truelly make a difference in the world cant afford to pay their mortgage!!!!!!

  91. cris says:

    Love, love, love Kristen. She is a talented actress a sweet girl and a generous person, I’m glad she did a great job and receive the deserved success … Kristen I wish much peace and a wonderful career ahead!

  92. ardnaskela says:

    I wonder if I sounded so immature when I was twenty-two? Oh, right, I probably had no time to talk because I was too busy trying to both work full time to pay for my schooling, and get myself through grad school.I know that she is young and probably a nice person but she really should watch herself a bit when speaking for magazine. She came out as insensitive and detached from reality.

  93. Lilly says:

    adversity creates character…

    that’s what she was trying to say. that’s why college admissions essays always ask: what’s the hardest thing you’ve ever been through? she was talking about that. she didn’t present it in the best way; she doesn’t actually want bad things to happen to her; she’s acknowledging she’s sheltered. it’s what kids say after hs or college graduation. she just turned 22. she still isn’t over that teen/young adult transition hump. she’s rough around the edges and i don’t think she’s ever going to change that. she’s not a bad person, she’s just trying to figure herself out, like everyone does at every stage of their life.

    • original almond says:

      Don’t try to spin it. You’re making her sound more reasonable than she is and you’re definitely giving her more credit than she’s worth. We can all read just fine. She talked about her life being more fascinating as a result of being f*cked over. There’s no saving that little tidbit of wisdom.

  94. Runs with Scissors says:

    Everyone clutching their pearls because she uses the word f*ck?

    I’ll take Stewart and her cussing and her growing pains and awkwardness over the fakey fakey Disney actresses or Kardashians any day.

    She doesn’t seem like she’s been trained like a dog to do tricks for the public.

    Charlize Theron adores her and I think it’s probably because Kristen might be misguided and immature, but she’s curious and questioning and intense and most people find that interesting.

    • EmmaG says:

      THANK YOU! She is a breathe of fresh air, it’s just a shame people are so obviously sucked in to the Hollywood machine. She says what she thinks, not what she is told to say. She is not tanned, plump lipped, fake breasted and starving to death – oh no, she is disgusting. She swears? NO! Won’t somebody think of the children!?

      • Hmm says:

        So Jennifer Lawrence, a girl who actually is talented and funny and clever is fake? Because she’s nice, doesn’t say fuck every .4 seconds, can string two sentences together, is well read, educated that makes her fake? Or Natalie Portman (and I loathe Natalie Portman)who has educated herself at one of the best American universities? Emma Watson who educates herself when not working? They’re all fake because they’re like not like so like fucking like fucking fucking y’know sorta fucking like you know what I mean sorta fucking like?

        Making yourself presentable in public and making an effort to be polite doesn’t make someone fake.

    • moo says:

      oh please. they both smoke weed! THAT’S their “connection”…….

    • Runs with Scissors says:

      good points Hmmm, I like ALL those women you mention, but I also like Stewart, bad language and all.

  95. Str8Shooter says:

    Stupid, annoying little twat. Piece of trash, plain and simple.

    If it’s so ‘f*king hard’ being rich and famous, then leave ALL of it behind (money included) and get a real job like the rest of us.

    God I can’t stand this girl.

  96. the original bellaluna says:

    She’s like a teenager who has discovered the shock value of the “F” word, thus uses it all the time. Unfortunately, she’s 22 and should be beyond that.

    I don’t judge a messy car, but then I practically LIVED out of my car when I worked full-time and took two kids to school, sports, dance, and their friends’ houses. But I never had mouldy food in the car – that’s gross.

  97. kess says:

    Jeepers, people are so nasty about this girl – and she is still a girl.
    She really suffers by comparison because her boyfriend is so utterly charming, so very well read, so perfectly mannered, and lucky enough to have had a fabulous education at elite schools that would have rigorous curriculums
    Girl feels inadequite beside his eloquence,education and class.
    Homeschooling did this girl no favours – she should go to college she needs the disciplin and some peer group socialising.
    She has spoken about her education failing her.

    And re the wanting to get messed up, Rob has spoken of not wanting to have all of his good luck at once, I think they are both dwelling on their run of good fortune and wondering when something horrid is going to hit them

    And boy I would rather a girl this than most of the Hollywood skanks.
    Robert needs to teach her what to do with her eyes in photos – he’s king of perfect eyes in photos.