Kristen Stewart discusses her authenticity & lack of “packaging” with Vogue UK

As we previewed yesterday, Kristen Stewart appears on the October cover of Vogue UK as part of some early promotion for Breaking Dawn Part II, and her role in On the Road, which will have its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Can I just have a word about the two Vogue photos released thus far? They’re AWFUL. For all of her faults, I’ve never considered Kristen to be “bad” at magazine photo shoots. Her face can take a lot of different kinds of makeup looks, and most clothes work on her figure. There’s no excuse for Kristen to look so… sleepy, bored and NOT flattered in the clothes. It’s bad work by the editorial staff (for choosing these photos), bad work by Mario Testino (the photographer) and bad work by the stylists. Anyway, as promised, Kristen’s interview is full of pearls of wisdom (note: some of these quotes might be from an interview Kristen did with the October issue of Glamour):

She’s not smooth. She’s clumsy. ‘I know if you haven’t thought about how you want to present a very packaged idea of yourself then it can seem like you lack ambition. But, dude, honestly? I can’t. People expect it to be easy because there you are, out there, doing the thing that you want and making lots of money out of it. But, you know, I’m not that smooth. I can get clumsy around certain people.’

She’s, like, so authentic: ‘Like if I were to sit down and think, “OK, I’m really famous, how am I going to conduct myself in public?” I wouldn’t know who that person would be! It would be a lot easier if I could, but I can’t.’

On the Road: ‘There is always going to be that seam of people who want things differently to the standardised version. It’s not necessarily a rebellious thing, it’s just who they are. That world back then, it just seems freer to me than anything I could ever touch and I’m fully nostalgic for it, even though I wasn’t even alive then. It’s the loyalty aspect of it all. I love being on the periphery with a group of people who have the same values that I do. People who don’t get off on fame, who just like the process of making movies and thrive.’

Going blonde for On the Road: ”I feel like my whole body rejects it, but it was really important for the character. It was like learning an accent.”

On maturity: “I’m starting to carry a bag and even put on lipstick. Very mature for me.”

Watching the sex scenes in On the Road: ”It’s kind of insane to watch now. I’m like, ‘Who is that?’ But I think – as every actress says when they do this is – it just felt so right. ‘It was so within a different world and so within a different environment that I don’t even really feel… I mean, I am personally connected to it, of course, but it is something outside of myself.”

She looks like a vampire naturally: “Dude, get this: I have these oddly brown eyelids. I’ve walked into so many photoshoots, and they go, ‘Sweetheart, would you mind wiping them off?’ So the idea behind Bella’s makeup was just to enhance them. Anything that’s already good on you just gets better when you’re a vampire.”

[Via Hollywood Life, Contact Music and Metro]

I’m still waiting for the promised quotes on “love and living dangerously” that Vogue promised in the cover line. Because so far, all we’ve gotten are the same-old quotes about how she’s just so authentic and “real” and of course she never tries to be anything she’s not and we’re supposed to take everything she does and says at face-value. Right? “Like if I were to sit down and think, ‘OK, I’m really famous, how am I going to conduct myself in public?’ I wouldn’t know who that person would be! It would be a lot easier if I could, but I can’t.” And THAT is why some of us have had issues with the “Pity Poor K-Stew” campaign being waged in an effort to turn her into a victim of Big Bad Rupert Sanders. She wants to be taken at face-value and as she has said time and time again, THIS is who she really is. There’s no hidden meaning, no persona, no “effect”. This is who she is. Accept her or don’t accept her, but don’t make excuses for her.

Photos courtesy of Vogue UK.

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  1. whybenice says:

    Seriously? Not packaged? Just look at her. So authentic she would scare small children. She is delusional. Oops. My bad. Hollywood is all about reality.

  2. Queen Victoria says:

    I’d like to put some stick in her ass maybe she would wake up. She is like zombie. Homewrecker zombie.

    • CTgirl says:

      Yeah, I especially like the following example of depth, “There is always going to be that seam of people who want things differently to the standardised version.”. F*cking brilliant. It’s like she hears words that are more than two syllables and figures that she’ll appear less stupid if she strings them together. Least. Eloquent. Person. Ever.

      • Micki says:

        She is isn’t she? I have to admit I read it twice just to understand what she’s trying to tell. Articulate is…like…her f*cking middle name, you know?

      • TG says:

        Agreed. That is what I have been noticing all along. She is not very bright. It is evident that she did not get an education. You can also tell that she spends too much time thinking how special she is, which she isn’t.

      • Amelia says:

        I don’t think you necessarily have to get an education in order to be called bright.
        Ben Drew (Plan B) didn’t finish school and I’m always surprised by how eloquent he is in his interviews. And as far as I know, Dark Jesus didn’t do particularly well academically speaking, but we all saw how well he got his point across in Parliament.
        A little off topic, but I just thought I’d put my 2 cents in ^^
        And for someone who claims to be so brilliantly well read (remember the interview in the f*cking bookstore about her f*cking boyfriend?) you’d think she’d have a vocabulary that doesn’t mainly consist of ‘like’ and ‘f*ck’.

      • Samantha says:

        Robert always recognize Kristen as a very intelligent person, the more intelligent and sweet!! Was he lying??? I agree with him, and I will leave you with your despite!!

    • Micki says:

      Her way of expressing herself is one point when I can’t cut her a slack.It’s nothing to do with KStew personally, it irritates me in general.
      But she is an actress and tries to be a “serious” one. With or without education her working material are words and the God-given talent to show/fake emotions. And she fails there miserably.
      While I don’t expect Ryan Lochte to be very eloquent(he is good in HIS chosen field) I am bitterly disappointed to read KStew’s interviews. If Laney is right every magazine sends the questions in advance.It’s not like she is taken by surpise or is out of her element. May be some form of education-acting classes/rhetorical coaching/whatever would do her goood.

  3. Khara says:

    Mario T. managed to suck whatever soul there might have been, out of those lifeless vampire eyes!
    She is just so very boring…nothing we can do about that!

  4. Rice says:

    Why is her camisole peeking out in the first pic? Anyway, she just confirmed that she can’t act properly in public and her “maturity” is at the same level as the Beiber. But I do think the second pic looks decent.

  5. pretty says:

    oh, that “smooth” part reminds me of Santana – Smooth ft Rob Thomas.
    I love love this song. YOu guys should go and listen now :)

  6. two_seconds_ago says:

    How ‘authentic’ it must be, to cheat with a married man. *eyeroll*

  7. mia girl says:

    ‘It was so within a different world and so within a different environment that I don’t even really feel… I mean, I am personally connected to it, of course, but it is something outside of myself.”

    This right here is how I suspect she was able to cheat with Sanders. She probably convinced herself it existed only between them and bore no real connection to her or Sanders’ “real” lives. She tried to compartmentalize, gaining whatever she it was she needed from the affair without thinking it would affect their relationships. It never occurred to her that they might get caught.

    I genuinely think she was shocked learned that life does not work that way. That is why she gave that strange, desperate apology.

  8. diana says:

    I was ‘meh’ about her and never read her interviews.
    After reading this and knowing about her scandal, I understand how immature she is.
    But I’ll try to follow what happens to her because I really respect people who bounce back and change their lives for better.
    Hopefully she is one of those rare ones who can bounce back and prove the general public wrong.

  9. VV says:

    She’s young I can excuse certain things. I still like her. “home wrecker” and all…It’d be nice if Rupert Sanders was giving interviews and on magazine covers so then I could watch if people slay him equally as much as they pile on this kid.

    • Gale says:

      She is not a child FFS. She wants to be on the cover of magazines and sell her “real badass image”.
      She didn’t just make a mistake, she homewrecked a family and justifying it with her age and any other reason she and her PR come up only shows that she doesn’t own up her fuck ups but pushes the responsibility on others as she has done in the past.

      • Me says:

        I’m so tired about this shit. She is not a child. She is an adult. Fucks with a married man was her choice. Kristen Stewart is not God. It seems that everything that she does have to applaud. If she does something wrong, nothing happens. Her fans are so immature as her. She’s not a good person. She thinks it’s the most important thing in the world. She does not respect anything. She is not pretty. She can not act. Many people want to lose sight of this adulterous.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        “Pushes the responsibility on others”.

        The responsibility IS on others as well. Um, RUPERT SANDERS perhaps? You know the HOMEWRECKER Rupert Sanders??????

        Or does he avoid the homewrecking label because he’s a dude?

      • pat3 says:

        I have to comment tho – because she did not wreck any home. The person who is legally committed to a home and a partner is the only one who can “wreck” that home. She is/was the temptation, but he is the one who cheated. Its so strange how the one who is actually married gets less of a blame. Sorry, he is the home-wrecker.

    • D. says:


      And I really don’t understand all the hate.
      Just because she’s an actress doesn’t mean she has to perfect. Everybody makes mistakes and of course it was a very stupid one. Nobody denies that.

      But it always takes two to do that.

      And seriously, this was just what all K-Stew-haters were waiting for.

      I still like her as an actress and think that despite all her naivity she’s kind of refreshing.

      • Isa says:

        Original Kitten- Yes he is responsible too but she needs to accept the responsibility of her actions. Instead her sources want us to think she was completely manipulated by him.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Well if the culpability was equally distributed then that would be fine, but she DOES seem to shoulder the brunt of the blame, as evidenced by almost every comment on this post.

        So yeah, me thinks the “homewrecker” term need to be equally and fairly delegated to BOTH parties involved.

      • Isa says:

        I get what youre saying especially about the home wrecker term. The director wrecked his home.
        But still, people don’t really care about the director. He’s not as famous. This article is about Kristin.

      • kay says:

        I can’t wait to buy Vogue UK. Kristen so different from the other cookie cutter actress out there. People can’t understand why fans like Kristen. Good or bad she stands out.

        People should understand that Kristen is 22 and still finding herself. She not going to have a perfect philosophical answer to lifes questions. She just saying what she feels at this point.

        But I guest some people just want her to gush about how grateful she is and give the same canned answers like everyone else.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        I know Isa but the post isn’t about her affair with RS. Plus, even on the Liberty or Rupert Sanders posts, people STILL call Stewart every name in the book. I just think it’s a bit over-the-top. Yeah, she sucks at life but Sanders is worse and seems to get away with much less vitriol, imo.

        @Kay-you must be young because Kristen is hardly a novelty, I mean, beyond the fact that she garners so much hatred from the masses. She’s hardly some unique rebel….

      • AmyLynne says:

        Yes, they both deserve equal blame. He’s a scumbag and he deserves it. But people hate on Kristen more because Rupert isn’t out there giving quotes about authenticity and how real he is, even before this came out. People barely knew his name before this and after it blows over, he’ll be known as the dude who minicoopeered Kristen Stewart. Fair or not, that’s just the way it is.

        Also, I don’t think it’s fair to call him “worse”. They are both adults, they both did a wrong thing. Kristen cheated on a married dude with two kids and a married dude with two kids cheated with Kristen. Both stupid, both incredibly wrong. Both should have just said no.

      • Isa says:

        Ah see there’s what I’m missing. I don’t click on the wife and the directors links so I haven’t read the comments. I am going to be honest I don’t really care about them. I should hop on over to one of the Links and see what you’re taking about.
        Kristins problem is that she’s such an easy person to dislike. She already annoyed me greatly then this happened and I’m like, “see?!? I was right!” then the whole “she’s so depressed, she was manipulated” crap came out and I’m just even more annoyed with her. I feel like the same it true for other commenters.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        @Amylynne-he’s worse that K-Stew (to me). He’s older, is married and has children. He made a promise to uphold a vow and broke it, so yes, he is fake as hell-faker than Kristen even.

        Yeah they both suck, Isa, and I know the double-standard has been dissected ad nauseum on every K-Stew post but I just get depressed when I see women so quick to blame the other woman and not the man. If I was cheated on, I would be pissed at the “other woman” no doubt but I would STRANGLE my husband for doing that to me and my children. That’s just me…

      • Janet says:

        @Kay: The main difference between KStew and all the other cookie-cutter actresses out there is they can act and she can’t.

        She’s 22 years old. She’s not 12. She’s legally an adult and it’s past time she started acting like one. Jesus please us, when I was coming up, I and most of my 22 year old friends were finished college, married and starting careers. We were adults. She acts like a spoiled overgrown baby spewing big words she doesn’t know the meaning of trying to impress people and cursing like a drunken sailor to make everybody think she’s cool. She’s not cool, she’s a spoiled brat with an attitude.

        She thought she could have her cake and eat it too and now she’s found out that the world doesn’t work like that, not even for the entitled KStew. Actions have consequences, even for her. A costly lesson, probably unlearned.

      • Janet says:

        @TOK: You still don’t get it.

        NOBODY has said she is more to blame than Sanders.

        NOBODY has said Sanders is getting off scot-free. He isn’t. He may very well lost his family over this, which is just what he deserves.

        What we are saying is that they are BOTH consenting adults, she is NOT a little girl who was victimized by a predatory older man, and in this case the blame goes 50-50. They are BOTH EQUALLY TO BLAME. She could have said no. She chose to say yes. That makes her as culpable as she is — assuming it was he who chased her, and not the other way around.

        Sure, she’s getting 95% of the scrutiny and that’s the price of fame. She’s the highest-paid actress on the planet while nobody ever heard of that jerk before this scandal broke. She can’t have it both ways. With great fame comes great publicity, for good and bad. Play the game by the game’s rules or get out the game.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        @Janet-I don’t get “it”? I don’t get…what exactly?

        I understand there were two people involved (feel free to re-read my posts above-I think you missed a lot there) I just don’t think she should get all the blame. *shrugs*

        I don’t think it’s all that complicated really. I think he’s more to blame as he wrecked the lives of the people he promised to love/respect. Anytime you get married and then bring children into this world, your responsibility to them puts you on a different level than someone who is not beholden to someone else and is childless. You have an obligation to protect, nuture your family and more importantly, to be a role model to your kids. That is why Rupert’s cheating is not simply cheating, it is a failing as a husband and a father. Kristen had a hand in this, of course and maybe she handed him the gun, but he shot himself in the head as far as I’m concerned.

        You don’t have to agree with my take on things but just understand you won’t change my mind about it.

    • jwoolman says:

      Pat3- yeah, she’s a home-wrecker. They come in pairs. No man or woman can cheat all by himself or herself. She knew what she was doing. Along with magazine covers comes more rotten tomatoes from the public for the more famous partner, that’s all. The public fuss will blow over eventually, but hopefully she’s learning some important lessons. Likewise for her co-home wrecker, although his private fuss is just getting started.

    • Camilla says:

      Yep Kristen is the victim and yet Rupert’s wife the person that did nothing wrong is being slammed as an attention w**re and milking it. But lets all feel bad fr Kristen even though she isn’t the one who has to pick up the pieces like Liberty and look after two young children the other real victims of this whole ordeal.

      And if Kristen is a child at 22 then it just shows how low the north american mindset has reached in blaming others. We keep on raising more and more generations just ready to play the blame game in everything they do. And my favorite one always has to do with age.

      But let me tell you there are girls and boys much younger than her in other parts of the world where the concept of childhood does not even exist. In fact the whole concept of childhood is a modern conception. And it has proven to be quite valuable in the blame game. I guess Kristen in your mind won’t be mature or accountable for her actions until she is at least 30 or 40 years old because in your world 22 is still very much an acceptable age to demonstrate child like behaviour.

  10. Sway says:

    For the love of God – CLOSE. YOUR. MOUTH.

  11. NM6804 says:

    A different hair colour is the same as learning an accent? No, an accent takes time and effort to learn, colouring your hair is done by others and requires no talent at all to sustain! You just have to live with it for a short period.

    But I guess I shouldn’t expect any deep acting tips from somebody who thinks crying on cue is not “interesting”.

    Nevermind her godawful vocubulary.

    She’s like the goth version of Aniston.

  12. T.C. says:

    Yes Kstew you showed us this summer how much you do not know how to act in public though you are famous. Hint: get a hotel room next time cause famous people get photographed in public.

  13. marie says:

    meh, wish I could work up a f*ck to give on her interview, but I got nothin.. not even sure why I continue to read posts about her.. trainwreck effect maybe? (and here I thought that just applied to Lohan)

  14. aquarius64 says:

    I think they’re leaving out the love and live dangerously except because of the scandal. Vogue UK is probably afraid the issue will not sell if there’s any focus on that.

  15. littlemissnaughty says:

    Oh Lord. Her body rejects going blond? Really? Isn’t she a natural blonde??? At least before the Twilight people got to her I think I remember her being blond. Whatever her real hair color, this is not it.

    And if this girl thinks that a purse and lipstick have anything to do with maturity (I don’t think this is what the VOGUE people were even asking about but who knows), then she really is still a child and I take back whatever I said about her owning her mistakes at 22. Good god.

  16. tara says:

    Every interview with her is the same. I can’t even work up any emotion. I just want them to stop giving her dozens of chances to say these same meaningless soundbites over and over again.

    Also, please just own up to the fact that you obviously DO care about fame. No one who doesn’t signs on for 32 magazine covers and a fashion campaign.

  17. hayley says:

    I really don’t see her as being able to take all different types of makeup or clothes. a lot of what she wears is unflattering, and the makeup she wears in photo shoots often makes her look like a clown in my opinion. she looks a lot like a drag queen here.

  18. Mel says:

    I ultimately blame her parents. They let her smoke pot freely in her teen years and basically allowed her to more or less do whatever without distinct boundaries. But you know – she is professional and that’s well documented. So she is not cute and charming like Emma stone. Do all actresses have to be cookie cutter cute? Yes she made a VERY bad choice and will most likely have to live with it for a long time. But stop being so hypocritical -most stars cheat and if you are going to run her over constantly then be consistent with other celebs.

    • CTgirl says:

      Wow. KS is 22 years old and you’re blaming her parents. Really? More than a little sad.

    • Allie May says:

      Thank you Mel for pointing out the hypocrisy with those that are posting on this site. K Stew took responsibility for her actions as best she could be issuing a very public apology. I don’t see other celebrities being run over and wrung out the way Kristen is.
      And as for you, Janet:
      “KStew made some lousy choices and she is responsible for them, not her parents nor Rupert Sanders nor anyone else. She did what she damn well pleased so now she can damn well deal with the fallout.”
      Is there room for forgiveness in your world? You seem to like the word “damn,” are we all damned when we make mistakes?

  19. renata says:

    At this point, I sum up this girl with one word —> c-r-e-e-p-y.

    I want this airhead to go away. Quickly.

  20. ladybert62 says:


    The flys have gotten in and eaten your brain – you need to preserve what little brain you have left so close.your.mouth!

  21. Hanna says:

    Omg she is like, so kewl. Stupid.

  22. Van says:

    See, this is what I was talking about yesterday. The pretentious quotes about being real turning out to be bull. As a former fan this is the most disappointing thing of all. How full of it she really is. When the affair happened I didn’t think “what a whore!!” I thought “what a liar. She’s been lying about her values this entire time! She has presented herself as something she is not”. No honesty, no loyalty, no respect to herself, her boyfriend, another marriage. She’s just a pretentious brat. To me this is what made me stop being a fan. She’s full of it. It’s not moral righteousness but I just don’t like people who can’t back up what they preach or who lie over and over.

    Also, you’re a 20-something woman. When are you going to become more articulate? The rambling and the cursing? Educate yourself. If you chose to not got to college you still have to educate yourself at least independently so you don’t sound like you’re 16. Grow up already.

    • Anname says:

      Agree completely with your first paragraph! It’s not hate, it’s disappointment that she isn’t who she said she was.

      But I give her a break on the awkward speech/lack of coherency in her answers. Some people will never be articulate no matter what they do, and when you put anxiety on top of that…I don’t think she will ever give a “good” interview. I HATE the constant cursing. It is very trashy and off-putting, and doesn’t help her sound any better in interviews.

      • yariettt says:

        Don’t give her a break, girl is loaded, you would think it would occur to her or the handlers to deal with her problems with professional help. She thinks she is above everything. She does not deserve your understanding. Yuck.

      • Anname says:

        Yariett – she doesn’t think she is above everything, she thinks her feelings are so much stronger than anyone else’s, so strong we can’t possibly understand her.

        I think she can not be coherent in interviews because she doesn’t know who she is yet. So if she is not portraying a character, she doesn’t know how to handle herself. Hence the anxiety and incoherent ramblings. She may be a confident actress but she comes off as someone who is ill-at-ease with herself (not the fierce genuine girl she was trying to be).

    • yariettt says:

      Van, you are so right. I read your post yesterday and wanted to comment, I get distracted easily. Anyway, when I read your post, I wanted to cry too! I feel as you do. I used to defend this girl and thought that she was very emotional and had trouble conveying her thoughts accurately. After I read what she did to you, I was just so mad and hurt. What a hypocritical, lying little d-bag. Any famous actor who disrespects their fans like that is a piece of trash. She proved her real colors. She is such a liar and ungrateful tw*t. And I agree, she needs to educate her ignorant a*s. It’s just so ironic that she never shuts up about how authentic she is, yet her actions prove that she is one of the falsest of all the Hollywood elite with which she claims to have nothing in common.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @van, can you repeat the story for those of us that haven’t heard it?

      • original almond says:

        Van met Lipbite with a group of fans and caught her making faces when she thought no one was looking. The “get me out of here and away from these losers” type.
        If I don’t remember correctly, please, someone make an edit.

      • Yep says:

        Hey Mort, since I have nothing better to do, here’s Van’s statement from the KStewpid post yesterday:
        “I’m so disappointed. I feel so dumb. As bitchy and weird as she was I liked her. Because I always thought, you know Halle Berry and Julia Roberts have always been all smiles on the red carpet and in reality they are known to be nightmares onset, so maybe Kristen really is missunderstood and she’s protecting herself by appearing to be some sort of edgy girl an the smiley ones really are the bitches.

        I met her in May for a SWATH thing in mu country where she met fans and took pictures with them. I’ve never told anyone this but I caught her making faces at fans when they turned their backs. Like “I’m so over it. Get me out of here, ughhhh” I was one of them. I thought “did she just roll her eyes at me too?” I felt so bad. SO bad. But I thought “whatever! Maybe she’s tired! Best day ever!!”. Idiot.

        With all this BS all I can say is that she’s a liar, a hypocrite, a faker and a very, very ungrateful human being. You know, the cheating thing? As awful as it was what truly makes me feel bad is how full of crap she is and how I fell for it and as well as many others. She’s just a product. No rebelry, only lack of humility and sense of reality. I opened my eyes, many have not. I hope they do.

        We shouldn’t like celebrities this much. You just never know…”

      • yariettt says:

        Hey Mort, since I have nothing better to do, and Van clearly does (lol), here’s what Van wrote yesterday about meeting KStewpid:

        “I’m so disappointed. I feel so dumb. As bitchy and weird as she was I liked her. Because I always thought, you know Halle Berry and Julia Roberts have always been all smiles on the red carpet and in reality they are known to be nightmares onset, so maybe Kristen really is missunderstood and she’s protecting herself by appearing to be some sort of edgy girl an the smiley ones really are the bitches.

        I met her in May for a SWATH thing in mu country where she met fans and took pictures with them. I’ve never told anyone this but I caught her making faces at fans when they turned their backs. Like “I’m so over it. Get me out of here, ughhhh” I was one of them. I thought “did she just roll her eyes at me too?” I felt so bad. SO bad. But I thought “whatever! Maybe she’s tired! Best day ever!!”. Idiot.

        With all this BS all I can say is that she’s a liar, a hypocrite, a faker and a very, very ungrateful human being. You know, the cheating thing? As awful as it was what truly makes me feel bad is how full of crap she is and how I fell for it and as well as many others. She’s just a product. No rebelry, only lack of humility and sense of reality. I opened my eyes, many have not. I hope they do.

        We shouldn’t like celebrities this much. You just never know…”

      • Janelle says:

        Wow. What an incredibly rude and cruel thing for Stewart to do to her fans. What a nasty mean brat! Van I’m sorry that this happened to you.

      • yariettt says:

        @ Janelle,

        I know, right? After reading that, there is just no defending the chic. How nasty and ungrateful.

    • andrea says:

      I feel the same. The cheating is gross and sleazy and I hope Pattinson has the backbone to stay away from her. But it’s the hypocrisy that’s the sticking point for me. It’s the way she and her stans have always maintained that she’s the only real and honest person in a sea of fake starlets. Now all I can think is that at least those starlets are only faking for strangers. I would assume with their boyfriends, co-workers, directors’ children, they’re actually true and honest and not screwing all of them over behind their backs.

  23. Me says:

    To her being mature, is to keep lipstick in the backpack. She has only air in the brain … She should bring a toothbrush and soap. How long ago that no brush? You can in her HQ pics all the shit between her teeth :S

  24. dee says:

    Back in about 1974 it became a trend for fashion magazines and runway shows to put beautiful women in ghastly make up. It was meant to be edgy and cool and anti-establishment I guess. When something has been continuously done since your grandmother’s day, however, it is no longer exactly edgy. I wish they would stop. I don’t particularly find Kristen Stewart a beauty for the ages but she’s a pretty young woman and she looks awful here. Not fierce, not edgy, just unattractive.

  25. MorticiansDoItDeader says:

    “That world back then, it just seems freer to me than anything I could ever touch and I’m fully nostalgic for it, even though I wasn’t even alive then.”

    Not to go all Crystal on this thread but, please ask the black people how free they felt in the 1940s and if they’re nostalgic for it.

  26. CC says:

    uhhh…authentic? Authentic people don’t get bolt-ons.

  27. booboocita says:

    I’ve been trying to cut her some slack, if for no other reason than she’s 22, and I remember what a doofus I was at 22. But interviews like this one, in which she repeats the same tired old tropes from previous interviews (I’m so real, I can’t be fake, other people are fake, but not me), aren’t helping.

    She’s been working the “real” schtick for three or four years now, and she’s got it down pat. Had she grown, or matured, or even changed in any way over the past three years, the patter would have evolved as well. Late teens/early twenties are difficult, yes, but they’re also a time of exploration and rapid development, or at least they should be. I don’t see much development here, and even less exploration. And let’s face it, anyone who thinks a hair color change is evidence of some deep metaphysical or emotional trauma, such that the body accepts or rejects the change, is not playing with a full set of brain cells.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      I wonder exactly how her body “rejected” the change in haircolor. Did she start projectile-vomiting at the hairdresser’s? Did her head start spinning like in The Exorcist?

    • yariettt says:

      Agree. She is just so dumb. And little is more annoying than an ignorant dumb*ss who thinks they are enlightened. Money can’t buy her class.

    • Janet says:

      Jeez Louise, if the idea of changing her hair color is so traumatic, do it the easy way and buy a damn wig! Or get some of that wash-out hair color goop. It’s not like she can’t afford it.

    • pafakell says:

      This isn’t a contradiction because your comment was an insightful one, but do you think that maybe what she spouts over and over again in interviews of this type are character traits that people have told her she possesses? I think there was a great deal of spite directed at her very early in Twilight movie history and I can imagine Robert Pattinson telling her some of these things (and that’s why he liked her), or her fans defending her on the internet with such attributes. She actually was different than the usual starlet. She just seemed to live her life like she always had and all of a sudden she was getting hell for it. She never wore makeup if not on professional business so she did not care about the public. She always dressed “tom boyishly” (i.e. comfortably) but really not in any way different than the girls in 95% of this country yet she was a slob who did not care about the public. She expected her privacy so she was ungrateful to the public. Etc. etc. It seems that maybe she’s held onto this image of herself because it was something that made her feel better at a time when jealous nobodies were trying to make her go kill herself. I agree she should at this point sound more mature, but that Twilight bubble seems like a beast to negotiate.

  28. original almond says:

    “It’s the loyalty aspect of it all. I love being on the periphery with a group of people who have the same values that I do.”

    The LOLs, they burn!
    Oh honey, we’ve all seen what you mean by loyalty and as for values, the less said about that the better. You’re such a liar and a phony that all people can say about you when you leave a room is “What a fake.”

  29. Van says:

    @MorticiansD – lol you are so right. I love it when white people get nostalgic for the 40′s and 60′s, and are all “It was just so more free and better, you know? I wish it was still like that! Look at what we are right now”. Yeah, with the segregation and all it was fun times! I cannot with those people. I immediately become suspiscious of them. Are they racists? Are they that unaware that they completely forget what it was like for people of color back then? Does she know about the social issues from back then? Is she really this disconnected with people in her own country? Also, Kristen, those were not very good times for women either. WHAT on earth are you referring to with “freer”. What. Women were were not allowed to do anything. Is the sexual promiscuity of the world’s first hipsters “freedom”?

    • Kayla says:

      I’m nostalgic for the Dark Ages.

    • lower-case deb says:

      yep. let’s bring back the old days.
      when they break women’s feet because it’s considered pretty and dainty.

      i still remember my great-grandma’s feet. it’s her secret for longetivity.
      cuz she’s so free, she didn’t have to walk long distances and tire herself.

    • mel says:

      The movie centers around sexual freedom…I believe thats what she was referring to…how in the WORLD did you get that she was racist from her comment. Maybe you need to lighten up a little bit and not dig so furiously for comments to be racist. What does that say about YOU? I seriously doubt she put that much thought into and does that make her racist because she didn’t? I cannot STAND when people make the most mundane statements into a politica/racist/bigotry issue.

      • lower-case deb says:

        but is it true that the world is sexually freer before?
        then again, i’m probably coming from a different cultural background as kristen.
        back in my grandmother’s day, or even my mother, it’s okay for parents to flog their daughters if they’re caught to have premarital sex with boyfriends.

        now, parents just shake their heads and give long lectures about not getting caught and tarnishing the family name.

        living with boyfriends/girlfriends are more okay too nowadays (in the big cities anyway), it’s less frowned upon to have babies before marriage even though some people still gossip negatively about it.

        young people are even talking about sex in public places now. i even overheard two girls in high school uniform, on the bus going to work, talking about “test-driving” with the boyfriend (living together, or having premarital sex). whereas before, me and girls my age would think twice to talk about it loudly and in public (if embarrassment didn’t mute us first).

        also, a few weeks ago, i noticed a teenage safe-sex PSA-type advert on television. this is very surprising, that mainstream media in my country is beginning to even acknowledge this. in my days, people would just pretend these things don’t exist out of some proprietary whatsits.

      • yariettt says:

        Mel, I think the public would just like her to think a little longer before she word vomits offensive things. She thinks that she is so deep, but she is just off-putting and ignorant. Education does wonders for people’s outlooks.

      • F*ck you, I'm going to Guam! says:

        Mel, did the poster SAY Kristen was racist? No? Then maybe YOU should calm down and stop seeing things that aren’t there.
        If you say things like “Ohhh the 40s 50s 60s in America were so much more free and lovely” then yes, you should expect to get backlash because believe it or not, people suffered during those times.
        You sound like someone who hates when people bring up the subject of “race” because that’s uncomfortable for you and screws up your rosy picture, it’s easier to talk about “those over there! and how horrible they were” but anything that discusses the horrible things that happened in America in regards to “race” is a major no-no.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @mel,, As others above me have more eloquently said, the 40s were far from sexually liberating (particularly if you were a woman) and racially segregated. Longing for such a time makes all thinking people question her intellect.

      • Janet says:

        Mel, dear, lighten up, will you?

        Nobody is saying she is racist, they are saying she is ignorant and uninformed. I’m black and I can understand where a white person would have trouble understanding what life in the 40s was like for blacks in America. Hell, it’s hard for black kids to understand what it was like for their grandparents. When my son was a freshman in college he took his voting rights for granted to the point where he told me he couldn’t be bothered registering to vote. I almost hit the roof. I told him it wasn’t too many years before he was born that black people in some parts of this country were killed for trying to vote and if he didn’t get down to that registration office right now I would personally come up to his campus and put my foot up his butt. He was ignorant then but he read and he studied and he learned. KStew impresses me as being too self-centered to want to learn about anything that doesn’t affect her personally. It’s not cool and it’s not impressive. It just makes her look stupid.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @mel,Also, being gay was not exactly acceptable. So, sexually free and liberating it was not : /

        @janet, well said.

      • Chatcat says:

        @Janet…you are so right. These kids today (mine included) need a good kick in the ass sometimes to remind them that in the not that distant past things were not as easy for everybody as they are today … no today isn’t perfect, but it could be worst. Clearly nobody has given KLewd the good swift kick in the ass she needs to be a decent thoughtful human being in society today. (Disclaimer: Nothing Ruppy did or didn’t do to her ass applies here).

      • Mel says:


        In my opinion the poster was questioning whether or not she was racist….if not then why use the word? But that’s the glory of using that word – if someone even dares to try and challenge why that word is being used then that person is viewed in a suspicious light. I think many of you are just attacking her viciously in anyway you can – but I have people I can’t stand so whom am I to judge.

  30. Mary says:

    I feel a bit sad for this girl. She should travel more, read more (she probably has while she was with Robert) and meet more interesting people. Then learn to be humble. Only the people who know more can afford to be humble otherwise she will still be talking like this until she is thirty and out of excuses.

  31. Izzy says:

    Yes, I know I grew up and became a woman when I started carrying a purse and using lipstick.

    (That absolutely was sarcastic.)

  32. lower-case deb says:

    my google reader went full on cray-cray today (unreading all my read stuff from months ago, freezing at odd places, and jumbling up posts).

    however, it also gives me the opportunity to directly read this post about Kristen Stewart’s interview right after the post about Emma Watson. the difference can’t even be more jarring especially since they’re more or less being asked the same questions.

    did EW get a leaked copy of KS’s interview and decided to go the other way?

  33. Kesha says:

    The pictures are terrible, her lipstick isn’t on properly on the cover photo :/ Does the editor dislike her? or know liberty personally or something lol :P

  34. anya says:

    I like the styling, the facial expression is just a bit off. The interview isn’t terrible either- cut her some slack people!

    • yariettt says:

      I say, respectfully, no, sorry. Not cutting her slack any more. I was a KStewpid apologist until the Mini-Coopering. KStewpid is an ignorant liar and it is beyond annoying that she won’t shut her trap about her authenticity. Obviously, she is overcompensating for her clear lack of character. Did you read Van’s comment yesterday about how she treats her fans? Ewwwwwww. Liar. Hypocrite. Ungrateful, spoiled, over-entitled tw*t. She is obviously fake with her fans and if she was so “authentic” she wouldn’t wait to make faces after they turn their backs. She is being phony right there. It annoys me to no end that the girl tries so hard to use “big” words and sound scholarly but she totally pulverizes the English language. I used to think she was intelligent and just inarticulate, but now I see what a poser she really is. Girl needs to invest in a good dictionary and etiquette lessons. Oh, and university. It would do her so much good, and save us from her pseudo-intellectual word butchering.

  35. TheOneAndOnlyOnly says:

    Agree with just about all the posts; if you have to advertise that you’re “authentic” you’re not; Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin,etc. at woodstock were authentic – this little girl is delusional she’s part of the hollywood corporate entertainment machine – this is why she cops this attitude while any store hamster could compete with her in the intellect department, she’s smart enough to know how fake the world she resides in is, but she can’t won’t or is too addicted to it to leave it (in addition to the money); if she wants to be authentic get a 9 to 5 job and do you’re acting at the weekend community theater, but that will never happen.

  36. Jayna says:

    She wants to be this deep, mysterious person. I saw yesterday an interview she gave at twelve years old. She had blondish hair, a little bit of a tan, and said she loved surfing and other outdoor activities. Busted.

    She had a cute personality and handled herself well in the interview. I was impressed with her work ethic and desire to be an actress at 12. She was actually more refreshing at 12, not so self-aware.

  37. F*ck you, I'm going to Guam! says:

    I think my brain just exploded.

    From anger.
    I really dislike hipster girls who think they’re deep.
    That’s also why I dislike the show “Girls”, it’s full of pretentious white or jewish middle to upper middle class hipster girls who think their world view is the only right one and their voices are that of some kind of messiah that we all should stop and listen to in awe.
    “Look at me, look at me, i’m so special” only you’re not and if you didn’t have your parents money or valuable connections that out of work “screen writer” wouldn’t be f*cking you right now.

    I’m not American but they annoy me so much.
    And why are (some) white Americans so clueless about black American history, although it’s really not “black American history”, it’s AMERICAN history. You’ve lived in the same country for over 400 years and you’re STILL this clueless about each other!? There is really no such thing as “black history” and “white history” since they’re both intertwined.
    And honestly, are there ANY actresses in Hollywood who isn’t a clone of the other? They’re all the same to me, they look the same, talk the same crap and probably think they’re all deep and profound too.
    I’m so sick of Hollywood, I haven’t been to the cinema in so long because I’m tired of seeing the same faces, same movies over and over again…ugh, rant over.

    • yariettt says:

      I agree with you, but don’t you think part of the point of “Girls” is making fun of that youthful naivety and ego? Because I see myself in the characters a lot and am like, yeah, damn, we stupid.

      • F*ck you, I'm going to Guam! says:

        To me, the “Girls” just come across as obnoxious, pretentious hipster “girls” and there is nothing attractive about that.
        Honestly, they just plain annoy me, the obvious “naivety” and such is not cute at all, it actually makes me cringe.
        I’m obviously not the target audience because i’m not THAT girl.
        I’m THAT girl who looks at THOSE girls and want to stab myself in the eye.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        “I haven’t been to the cinema in so long because I’m tired of seeing the same faces, same movies over and over again”

        There are movies being released every week that feature actors you’ve never heard of and unconventional/interesting plot lines that are outside the Hollywood box. You don’t HAVE to see blockbusters if you find them redundant.

        I saw Beasts of The Southern Wild a couple months ago-not one single known actor in the entire film and it was one of my fave movies so far this year. Also, it was an advanced screening-FREE tix if you signed up early enough.

        It kind of grates on me when people act like interesting, good movies/interesting, good music no longer exists…It’s out there, you just have to look.

    • F*ck you, I'm going to Guam! says:

      I’m literally sitting here wondering why you think I don’t see independent films? When I say cinema, I meant the Hollywood films. The ones that show independent films I or most people where I live call “Theater” not “Cinema” and they show at separate theaters/cinemas.
      Sorry for the confusion. I mostly watch over the net though or buy the dvd’s.

      • F*ck you, I'm going to Guam! says:

        Also, in my country most foreign independent films do not show “every week”. We live in different countries.
        I live in a small European country, I should have made that clear before.
        Usually you have to buy them online.

    • Izzy says:

      FWIW, I’m white and Jewish and female, and I find the show annoyingly stupid too. Not all of us are pretentious! (Something the show’s creators apparently do not grasp.) :)

  38. F*ck you, I'm going to Guam! says:

    Oh and are we really excusing her behavior due to her being 22!? I was 22 TWO years ago and I was never this pretentious and clueless.
    At 22 you are an adult WOMAN, good God..I look forward to seeing today’s 22 year olds in 10 or 20 years, actually I don’t, it’s a scary thought.

  39. jessiesgirl says:

    I know there’s no right way to say this, but she always looks like she just crawled out of a trailer park.

    Sorry trailer parkers!

  40. Emma says:

    LOL did she really compare a new hair color to learning an accent? I can’t.

    I dont know how anyone can like this girl. She goes on and on trying to create this “I’m so cool and real and different” image. She’s so contrived and she needs to stop shading everyone in Hollywood and how they create images for themselves because she’s doing the same thing. She’s such an ignorant idiot.

  41. Virginia says:

    She’s so “authentic” that her body rejected the blonde hair for On the Road?

    Uhhh, KStew you were blonde in In the Land of Women so what was that about?

    Tired of her hipster crap.

  42. bns says:

    Can’t wait for Twilight to end so that she can finally fade into oblivion.

  43. A says:

    What irritates me about KStew is that in her attempt to not be cliche, she has become the ultimate cliche. Sleeping with an unattractive, much older, married man with kids? He probably fed her all the BS lines about how she was special and different from his wife, and her dumb ass fell for it. That is so dumb and stupid, and someone who was truly “real” would have spotted the BS in a second. That’s the way those sort of things usually go. I don’t buy that she’s some predatory black widow slut or was looking for some excitement (she had much better options, if that was the case). I buy that she is an incredibly immature 22 year old who fell for the most cliche situation in the world.

    I also agree with Jayna. She’s very packaged. Jayna said she saw an interview with KStew from years ago where she talked about how she loved surfing and was tanned and blonde. KStew was probably one of your dime a dozen, surfer blonde chicks and turned herself into this depressed, emo hipster in an attempt to differentiate herself from the many other surfer blonde chicks in the business. I remember reading a few interviews with KStew when Into the Wild came out. She came across far more intelligent, and not at all mopey. She’s probably on prescription pills (another cliche), which would explain how someone who used to be able to give decent interviews now gives long, rambling, inane interviews.

    While she did a horrible thing, I do believe the public shaming was way over the top and that her career shouldn’t take a permanent hit. Half of Hollywood has done the same or even worse. No excuses, I just find the whole attitude like she killed and skinned a kitten to be a little annoying. What I find the most eye roll worthy about her is her continued insistence that she’s not packaged when she’s the ultimate package. I won’t even get into the whole RPattz thing (I have a hard time buying they were in a monogamous relationship if they had one at all, but the stans will come out if I get into that). The showmance, the style, even her attitude is all more or less fake…and she keeps bringing up that she’s real. So many of the others stars are packaged (including RPattz, who claims he’s not into your typical Hollywood trappings yet has been photographed partying at the Hollywood hotspots and is friends with people like Katy Perry and ex swimsuit models) yet have the good sense to not keep bringing up that they are real and not packaged.

  44. babythastarsshinebrite says:

    I will not judge her for or comment on her sex life. A lot of what I hear about that just seems sexist.

    • dc5000 says:

      Then you’re a naive fool who, like Kristen Stewart, has bought into the fashionable self-destructive amorality that characterises the shitty outer edge of our culture. A sex-life is not a value-free entity. If you break the hearts of people who love and trust you and damage or destroy families with innocent parties there will be bad consequences. Kristen Stewart has trapped herself in a personal hell that she may never fully escape. She broke the heart of a guy who loved her for herself and destroyed her relationship with him, probably forever. If, as seems likely, she loved him too, the excruciating depth of her agony must be unimaginable. And it was pointless. She did it all for pure self-indulgence and she will carry the scars of that weakness to her grave. Do you want that for others? If not, learn to judge the difference between right and wrong!

    • Ann says:

      I don’t fully buy the sexist argument here. Tiger Woods was dragged through the mud when he cheated on his wife. As was Jesse James when he cheated on Sandra Bullock.
      Cheating, especially where one or both parties are married, is a hard limit for many people. Cheat publically and get caught – well, you’ve dug your own grave, whther you are male or female.

  45. Chatcat says:

    “I seriously doubt she put that much thought into”… Yep, KLewd has no deep thought process or moral compass either.

  46. Katy says:

    She is insecure immature and with a huge ego. Most HW actors are like these. But it is her lack of values and education that bothers me. She became everything she claims to hate. What an irony.

  47. Michele says:

    And the extreme Kristen Stewart hate fest continues into September… *yawn*

    • dc5000 says:

      I certainly don’t hate her. Indeed, I feel very sorry for her. She is in an extremely dark place and it cannot help her state of mind that it is all self-inflicted. My prayer for her is that she learns from this and that it helps her become a better person. Also that the damage she has done to her life is repairable and that she does not ultimately lose anybody she loves through her fuckwitted behaviour!

  48. Brat says:

    This story is so interesting, I can’t contain my excitement as I read every line she says. Her inner most thoughts paints her as such a dynamic woman.

    Wow, sarcasm really doesn’t come across well in print.

  49. Perla says:

    gosh you people are like vultures waiting for her interviews, so pathetic to hate on this girl.

    she is being honest, she doesnt know how to pretend, how to be fake so that people can like her more, she is who she is, shy, awkard, selfish and yes dumb, but thats her, and nnow she is paying for it, if she was more trained, if she allowed herself to be more trained she would have it easier.

    Let this girl be already

    • yariettt says:

      Perla, maybe you should stop and actually READ the comments before making blanket statements about other commenters, and try avoiding referring to others as “you people.” If you had read the comments, you would know that most, or maybe mainly just the regular commenters here, are pretty subdued compared to those on some other websites. If you don’t like celebrity gossip, don’t read or don’t comment. Stewart would be “let be” if she weren’t over saturated and living a public lifestyle. Also, Stewart’s behavior proves that she is a liar, fake and not at all what she pretends to be. Actions speak louder than words.

    • Anname says:

      It is not “hate” in most cases. She isn’t who she claimed to be, and that is disappointing to me as a fan. I am not as interested in following her as a I was before. I would hardly call that hate.

  50. lulu says:

    boooringg zzzzzz.. this chick is boring so is her cheesy cheating scandal

  51. Kosmos says:

    Oh, gosh, get over yourself, Kristen. Just do your craft and get better at it, isn’t that what you’re supposed to be focused on? If you would stop giving the finger in your pics, I might stop thinking you were an ungrateful, complaining little brat who got her foot in the door just because of her parents.

  52. Kosmos says:

    Why aren’t we hearing more about Rupert Sanders? He was the married one with children. Why or how is he managing to stay out of the gossip spotlight so well? Why isn’t he sharing some of this guilt with her, since he probably was the one pursuing her?

    • tara says:

      Because he isn’t a tireless self-promoter like Kristen has always been? She wants to be in Vogue, Glamour, In Style, EW, attend TIFF, do interviews with MTV, all just over a month after she’s caught publicly cheating with a married father of two? She’s going to get more flack than the guy who just disappears. You can’t be desperate for publicity, then resent that the attention that comes with it isn’t going to be all positive after you humiliate yourself and others.

    • Kim says:

      Simple, really. He doesn’t have a vagina. He isn’t held to the same standards that Kristen is – despite the fact that he did something much more despicable than cheating on a boyfriend. And everyone pauses briefly to acknowledge that, yes, he is pretty bad too but OMG KRISTEN IS SUCH A HOMEWRECKER! Because, as we all know, men aren’t responsible for the actions of their penises or for keeping the promises they make to their wives and children. I even saw one crazy bitch on here recommending, in her expert opinion, that Kristen get some psychiatric help…seriously? SERIOUSLY? Fucking misogynist clowns.

  53. charm'n'sass says:

    To me, KStew screams of having undiagnosed (or diagnosed, but I doubt it) Histrionic Personality Disorder. The use of elaborate words/phrases that lack any real meaning, acting out sexually with little regard for one’s own (or others’) relationships, fantastical delusions regarding one’s “specialness”, attention seeking through sometimes destructive behaviour, etc. The number of actors/entertainers with this mental illness is also generally higher than that of the general population, simply because you have to be attention seeking to get into that line of work in the first place. So, I do feel sorry for her if this is the case. I think the girl needs professional help…pronto.

    • Dee says:

      Surprising how many licensed therapists and psychiatrists frequent the Celebitchy boards. Doubly surprising that so many folks who answer to those descriptions are so willing to diagnose someone who they have never spoken to, let alone treated. Now, if you can all put your heads together and tell us which of the 17 mental illnesses that have been diagnosed so far, she might actually have, that would clear things up because I don’t think she’s got them all. To the untrained eye, she just seems like a spoiled brat. Unless none of you are professionals or remotely know what you are talking about and just have delusions of granduer which is such a common sympton of the whole range of personality disorders a professional couldn’t begin to guess which one any of you have based on your tendency to talk out of your a$$ on a gossip site.

  54. Jennifer12 says:

    Kristen Stewart is about as edgy as Nickelback. Actually, she does remind me of Avril Lavigne, who goes on about how hardcore and punk she is. Kristen, you go for mainstream movies, court modeling jobs, and look for franchises. There is NOTHING avant garde about you. For all your insistence on how hip you are, Robert Pattinson- whom you always openly condescended to- goes for indie films and alterna-decisions. Get OVER yourself and see what you really are: a mainstream actress.

    • original almond says:

      The truth of it must hurt so much that she’s doubly eager to show how avant garde and non-conformist she is. But she is as “establishment” as they come. I just love how she changed the lives of fifteen-year-olds on tumblr.

      I just realised, I know who she thinks she is: Brit Marling.

  55. honeybee says:

    She has no place talking about loyalties and values… bitch please.

  56. oi vey says:

    If carrying a bad with lipstick is a marker of maturity, I must have been mature when I played dress ups as a kid. Also…does she know what periphery means?

  57. Julia _S says:

    Stewart is a selfish, self-obsessed drama queen, who is also still lying about not sleeping with Sanders.

    Because let be clear. He forced her.

    Btw folks, word is she not only met up with Rob this week but will be getting back with him.

    Guess he really loves that nose-ring. They’re even getting a message engraved on it? “Shut the fuck up Rob.”

    Sweet isn’t it?

  58. Lbcstx says:

    What really saddens me about all this is that our society has become so accepting of bad, inappropriate behavior. When young women are morally corrupt, foul mouthed, middle finger flipping, selfish, self centered, egotistical, attention seeking are DEFENDED because she got caught publicly cheating on her long term, boyfriend with a married, father of two and has endured some consequences of such actions. Really? Would you want your daughter emulating this person? Bad behavior is not cool or edgy. It’s disgusting. This is why our society in America is falling apart. No one is accountable for their bad behavior.

  59. Sarah says:

    Did she just talk about LOYALTY? LMAO… hahahahaha

  60. Kim says:

    I’d wager my life savings that every single hypocrite getting a thrill out of saying nasty things about what a talentless, homewrecking slut Kristen Stewart is has, in some way, contributed to her bank account. It amuses me to no end. If you can’t be her, rip her apart, right gals? Moooo.