Kristen Stewart doesn’t need Prince Charming: ‘I’m not into that rescue stuff’

There are a million little Kristen Stewart stories in various tabloids and such, so let’s just get to them. I had hoped that the Twihard news would die down significantly after the Breaking Dawn Part 2 press tour… and I guess it has. We are no longer facing a daily onslaught of all things Robsten, so that’s good. But the Twihards still demand more and more details about their heroes. So… here you go:

*There are rumors going around about Kristen’s Balenciaga contract. She was tight with Nicolas Ghesquiere, but he left Balenciaga a month ago and Kristen hasn’t worn any Balenciaga since. Alexander Wang was just named the new creative director of the famed fashion house – and Wang definitely has less Twihardy urges. Like, Wang loves Michelle Obama and Zoe Kravitz. I could totally see Zoe replacing K-Stew as the face of Balenciaga.

*Kristen allegedly told Marie Claire Australia (these might be old quotes, I don’t know) that “Thankfully I was never told I needed a Prince Charming or anything more than what I already had in me. You have to find your own way in life. I’m not into that rescue stuff.” I know she’s just trying to act all tough and hardcore and authentic, but I can’t really slam her for this. I wish more young, influential women would talk about how Prince Charming is a pipe dream. CoughSwiftycough.

*Kristen also has a new interview in the LA Daily News in support of On the Road. Here’s a good quote about learning how to surround herself with people who make her uncomfortable: “I read [On the Road] at a stage of life where you realize that you can choose the people who surround you. You can fall into the habit of being comfortable. There are people that are nice to be around, but they don’t challenge you. Those are not the people I wanted in my life. I want people to throw me off a little bit so I can figure out why. After I read the book, I thought I needed to find people that I feel like I needed to chase after. And I wanted it to be hard to keep up with them. So it wasn’t difficult to stay committed to the movie.”

*Kristen on whether On the Road is misogynistic, or if it has something to say to the current generation of feminists: “People ask me why is the story so relevant if we progressed to this point – that times were so different, so conservative then. I’m not too sure about that. Maybe on the surface, but I don’t think people change. Circumstances change. Human desires, things that you want out of life are always going to be pretty varied. But there’ll always be a group of outsiders who don’t feel that way. Once they find each other … they make it OK to walk a different line and have different expectations of life.”

*And finally, Hollywood Life reports (straight from K-Stew’s Twi-hole) that Kristen is TOTES OVER Rupert Sanders and she, like, totally doesn’t even, like, think about him anymore. A source tells HL: “Kristen doesn’t talk to or talk about Rupert Sanders to anyone. Unless Rob brings up his name for some reason, Kristen would never, ever mention his name. She has moved on. She is really just focused on her number one priority right now, which is Rob.” I’m sure she has moved on. I’m sure she’s on the hunt for her next lover, someone who can “challenge” her because she doesn’t like how “comfortable” it is with her Prince Charming. See how I wrapped that all up? Epic.

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  1. alons-y alonso says:

    Glad to see it’s all wrapped up…now let us never speak of it again.

  2. Paige says:

    She’s hunting the next director/producer to charm her so she can pretend to have a career a little longer.

  3. Saphana says:

    Just the thought of a well mannered,chivalrous knight on a bright white horse with shining armor who talks to Kristen with her unwashed hair, bad posture and all her f-bombs. lol.

  4. marie says:

    there are contracts not renewed every day, if Balenciaga doesn’t work out-if she really wants another contract I’m sure she’ll find one..

    I’m still clueless as to why the woman is so contradictory. She may not need Prince Charming in her personal life but she did need him to help her save face.

    Anyway, something nice.. I like the hairstyle she’s sporting with the gold dress.

    • Liv says:

      Good point. She doesn’t need Prince Charming, but needed her boyfriend to save her career.

      Basically she’s right with her Prince Charming talk, but everything she says is just coming across different now. She’s a brat.

      • kay says:

        The only reason why Kristen was photographed with Rupert or why people still make a big deal out of this scandal was because of who her boyfriend is. If Kristen wasn’t with Rob noone whould care if she was messing around with a married man. This stuff happens all the time. It is news for a day or two and then people move on. So this idea that Rob saved her career is ridiculous. Its because of him that anyone cared about this in the first place.

      • Liv says:

        Crap. The reason was her participating in a big franchise.

        Plus everybody made a big deal because she was always parading around telling everybody to not be like other starlets. And tata, there she is making out with a married director. And now she is calling the paps and playing nice with them. That’s why everybody cared.

      • Miss Bennett says:

        Actually, the fact that she cheated with a married man is the main reason that intelligent people got so angry with her. If Miss Stewart had chosen a single man as a partner for her philandering and then stayed with that person claiming true love made her do it, the scandal would have blown over by now. The fact that she knew Mr Sanders wife and children and had befriended them is what most people consider so devious and selfish. It’s going to take time for the public to trust her or anything she says. The fact is Mr. Pattinson rescued her and the franchise by seeming to forgive her. Yes, are are some of Pattinson’s fans who are angry at her because she seems to have hurt him, but it’s a small percentage.

    • ImmaBFD says:


    • georgie says:


      She needed her BF to come help save her image. Where was her inner badass who could save herself when she was groveling to him publicly.

  5. lucy2 says:

    How nice to be able to move on. I’m guessing the guy’s wife and kids don’t feel that way quite yet.
    The “not into the rescue stuff” is a nice sentiment, but I think she is just not in a position to spout life advice to anyone right now.

  6. Lauren says:

    Naw, she’s been a coward in the cheating consequences. Weasled her way back into Rob’s life with more lies, avoided any discussion of it while Rob had it overshadow his appearances when he did nothing wrong, and her PR Ruth Bernstein working constantly at victimization so she can STFU!

  7. Me says:

    Every day we have little stories about her. Rupert, Rob, pregnancy, weddings… All around her is CRAP. She is a piece of shit and see her face every day is disgusting. A desperate famewhore who has no jobs and needs gossip to stay relevant. It’s sad. She is a homewrecker and a trampire who deserves all the hate that she has.

  8. dc291 says:

    what a waste of DNA. can she just crawl back under the scum covered rock she pushed her way out of to nauseat us?

  9. carrie says:

    no woman need Prince Charming!

  10. Ali says:


    • pastyousayyouneverknew says:

      Lol I know right, this article is “meh” all over. And Kristen isn’t that interesting anymore, the way things are looking right now, twilight will be the height of her fame/relevancy. Out of all the Twilight actors, Robert has the most promising career, guess she has some more Razzle awards in her future. Poor thing.

      • dunkin says:

        Sorry I disagree. Robert’s career is going nowhere.

      • georgie says:

        to dunkin

        At least he has a bunch of people wanting to work with him and has some movies lined up. Yes his career IS looking just fine.

      • Deidra says:

        I think Rob will succeed in playing eccentric characters, spoiled rich kids and attractive freaks. He’ll have his fanbase (not as huge as Twilight fanbase, but who needs it that big and that insane?) and a bunch of directors who’ll cast him in their movies on a regular basis. He’s gonna be fine and much more happy when the hoopla around him dies down.
        As for Kristen – she’s not hopeless, but her personality is really a big problem, and she is being overshadowed by more likable and more talented actresses who will have best parts in best movies leaving KStew behind.

      • pastyousayyouneverknew says:

        @dunkin “Robert;s career is going nowhere” – that’s an opinion, I don’t have to be a great fan of Rob’s to admit that out of he, Taylor and Kristen, he is the most talented and his career IS going somewhere, he has five movies in pre-production right now. Kristen is “rumoured” to be in two movies with no confirmed release date. Taylor is in Grown Ups 2 next year and then a random movie some time after.

      • Annie says:

        I mean Rob’s career is not bad, but it’s moving at a glacial pace. Yeah, he’ll probably never be unemployed and he’ll find interesting parts and work with good people but if you look at all the men of his generation (around his A league) he’s really not doing anything super impressive or leaving a mark in Hollywood outside of Twilight franchise which either you love it or you hate it. Look at Andrew Garfield, Eddie Redmayne, Jesse Eisenberg, Joseph Gordon Levitt, even Shia L. These guys work in amazig movies with high profile people and to great box office numbers and critical acclaim. They’ve all been in top movies during awards season and have gotten their own Oscar buzz. These guys are bringing it. Rob is nowhere near that level. He only has Twilight, which he detests and now it’s over. The rest of his movies are box office duds and get mixed to bad reviews. No, Cosmopolis was as forgettable as it comes so don’t even say it was amazing.

        Would I say he’s going nowhere? No. Would I say he’s going somewhere? No.

        As far as Kristen goes? We might think people are over her scandal, but not having anything lined up for 2013 is not what anybody, especially her, pictured. And it’s not good. As far as I know, only her fans are buying that Balenciaga fragrance, as if she had designed it herself. And what did this endorsement prove? and she had no passion for it. It was all for the game and money. She’s full of crap.

      • anti says:

        Rob is doing fine anne honey, he is creating his own path, learning his craft by working with award winning gritty Directors (Cronenberg, Herzog, Michod,
        James Marsh, Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire ).

        Cosmopolis was great : top 10 list in major publications in French and England and in Canada, the list is still building up. The stupid distributor Eone didn;t submiited Cosmopolis to any of the awards which even baffled critics who loved it or else it would have nab some awards. Eddy R is in Les Mis which is being torn apart. Shia ? what has he done lately??

      • Freya Magritt says:

        Rob’s got most of his next projects thanks to his part in Cosmopolis. And Cosmo made the lists of the best movies in France, UK and Canada and you can’t brush it aside. You may not like it but the movie is not as forgettable and unimportant as you claim.

  11. Amelia says:

    That On the Road quote sounded quite similar to Brad’s Chanel ad in my head . . .
    “Maybe on the surface, but I don’t think people change. Circumstances change. Human desires . . .
    My fate, my luck –
    Klewd No 5.

  12. poppy says:

    do celebrities ever realize they need to stfu every now and again?

    • Aripdx says:

      Guys, I’m sorry about this, but I am such a Kristen fan. I know it’s ridiculous. I can’t help it. I’m mesmerized by her.

      And I think her quotes are improving slightly! I could actually follow what she was saying about on the road!

  13. Elizabeth says:

    Now that twi is done can the trampire just fade into obscurity? Hopefully her next lover won’t be a married man with kids.

  14. Olive says:

    @Me ‘See (sic) her face every day is disgusting’ And yet… you are here. Again. HA!

  15. LeslieM says:

    Shut up! Every time you open your mouth you sound like a confused freak. Go away! No one wants to see you anymore.

  16. Elceibeno08 says:

    Kristen does not need a prince charming type. What she needs is a hot, sexy, red-blooded man who is going to tear up her dress and take her. Rob is hot and sexy but he is not a rough and ready guy. That is why Rupert Sanders turned her on because he was going to ravage her in the back seat of a small car.

    • Amory says:

      Hmm, somehow she doesn’t strike me as someone who knows the first thing about seduction, pleasure, etc… She seems like a cold fish. I don’t get “sexy” at all from her.

  17. Green is Good says:

    Some celebrities should never speak unless there’s a script in their face.

  18. booboocita says:

    “Maybe on the surface, but I don’t think people change. Circumstances change.” Sooooooooo, we can expect your cheatin’ biscuit to keep up its wandering ways?

  19. smiley says:

    man! dude! she is so tough !iam still in the 16 century btw ,thats why i nvr hooked up with my co workers,fuck gotta fastforward soon to ‘twicentury”

  20. dunkin says:

    She’s hot!

  21. FreeSpiritedGirl says:

    You summed it up accurately, Kaiser.
    After reading her comment, it does seems like she got bored of her Prince Charming after being in a relationship with him for three years. I guess she wanted that thrill factor which was now zero in her relationship with Rob.

  22. Eleonor says:

    She wants to come out like a real edgy, controverse badass, but in reality she is a kitty in the hands of pr people.
    I would have respected her if she had really embraced the cheating scandal.
    Instead she has begged her boyfriend, to save her career, and still tries to act like she doesn’t give a crap about press and pr.

  23. Dani says:

    Not sure where I read that Alexander Wang is tight with Liberty Ross and that’s a big factor in her being dropped? Anyway, if her contract doesn’t get renewed, I don’t think any major fashion house would take her on. She’s obviously showed how much of a liability she is, and honestly, with her day to day wear, she can really only represent American Apparel accordingly.

    • Evelyn says:

      Did you see the florabotanica ads? Awful. The ad itself was very busy and poorly put together, but she just looked like a mannequin. She offers nothing as a spokesperson.
      Btw, I thought the perfume smelled bad, but I’m not really a balenciaga fan

    • Dani says:

      Agree with everything. I think the ad was supposed to target a younger audience like 15-18. She’s just as lifeless in every movie as she is in the ad. To me, it reminds me of the scent my grandma wore growing up…we called it Bathroom Spray.

  24. Michele says:

    “I would have respected her if she had really embraced the cheating scandal.”


    • Eleonor says:

      Yes. No apologies to the press breakup, and move on to the next redcarpet.
      Instead we had the staged photo op with the forgiving boyfriend, rescuing her career. Rob comes out like a puppy, she comes out like a pr creature.

      • Michele says:

        She issued an apology which she didn’t have to do. Then she completely retreated from the public eye. During that time, she even decided against a movie role she signed on for previously.Her first public appearance was at TIFF for the OTR premiere. She was very nervous and subdued but was very gracious and appreciative towards her enormous and loyal fanbase who showed up to lend support to her. I think she handled herself very well considering the OTT hatred she was receiving from extreme Rob fans and the media.

    • AJ says:

      She was smug as hell at TIFF, grinning and showing her gums all over the place as ordered by her PR team because they are desperate and she’s a total fake ass.

      And please about the “OTT hatred”. She got called a trampire jokingly. That was the extent of the “hatred”, and then the print media fell over themselves defending her as a young special acting genius who made a witty bitty mistake. Gimme a break.

      As for hate from fans, yes, she gets roasted by some people online. So what? Does everybody online have to kiss her ass the same way every single person in her life seems to? Nope, don’t think so.

      Besides, she’s far too real and authentic to care what other people think about her, right? *sarcasm* All she does is care because she’s desperate for fame.

      Miss “I’m not into rescue” sure needed Rob to come to hers to try and save her image. She’s not only fake but also delusional. Her apology should have been to Rob in private. Period. She made this public with that PR apology. That’s on her.

      • Izzy says:

        Actually, she made it all public by making out with her married sidepiece in public. Also, she was smiling at TIFF while promoting a movie, if she had looked all sad or surly, she would have been raked over the coals for that, so what should she have done? Sulked her way down the red carpet?

        Other than that, I agree that she is kind of phony and I am sick of her try-hard-badassdom. She’s about as hardcore as Avril Lavigne. Who was proposed to while scrapbooking. Not that there’s anything wrong with scrapbooking. I’m just sayin’.

      • Michele says:

        Of course she was “grinning” at TIFF for her OTR red carpet premiere. Duh! She was promoting a movie FFS! She received a very enthusiastic response from the fans and the media interviewing her on the red carpet were even impressed with her demeanor post scandal. She looked beautiful even though it was obvious she had lost alot of weight. Same goes for Rob. He did a great job promoting Cosmopolis and never once talked about the scandal to the press.

        The scandal was outed in a public way but their healing process and eventual reconciliation was handled privately with no drama on display. Good for them!

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        The poor B*tch can’t win either way, Izzy.

        Yeah, she’s incredibly try-hard and she probably scrapbooks and writes in her journal every night but it’s to the point where everybody criticizes her for EVERY little thing she does. It’s just ridiculous. Hell, people go easier on The Enemy of All Traffic Cones, Lohan. Come on now.

    • AJ says:

      You mean the “private” healing and reconciliation process that Kristen’s PR team keeps telling us about through their tabloid connections? Getting GossipCop to shoot down every remotely negative story to keep up the “Robsten is perfect and fine now” angle? LOL.

      I’ve learned so much from this whole mess that Kristen and Rupert created: when you love someone, it’s okay to publicly humiliate them so long as you have money for a PR team.

      Kristen Stewart is a joke of her own making, and Rob is too thanks to his continued association with her.

  25. Ann says:

    That Prince Charming quote is old, btw. It was from promo interviews for Snow White, which makes sense if you think about it. Not sure why Marie Claire Australia is doing a story on her now, seems a bit late since Twilight is done.

    I do find it annoying when magazines recycle old quotes and try to make it sound like they did a new interview. Typically, they didn’t interview the person at all, but just string together bits of other peoples interviews. Tricksy.

  26. KellyinSeattle says:

    What really needs to be rescued is her greasy) hair. I actually like her dress in the last pic.

  27. Abby says:

    Y’all, I watched the last Breaking Dawn on Tuesday. I’ve read all the books and seen all the movies, but I am not a fan. Kristen Stewart annoys the crap out of me. She ruined Snow White. The first Twi movie was AWFUL and the second not much better. BD1 was all right for what it is. I had really low expectations for BD2. I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. Kristen as a vampire>Kristen as human Bella. All the twitching, eye rolling, mouth breathing–all gone. If it wasn’t for her behavior in interviews, I’d think her mannerisms in the first three movies was acting. Or… she’s acting poised in this movie, something she doesn’t do in real life or most movies I’ve seen her in.

    This might be the first time I can say I think the movie was better than the book (except for The Notebook). The movie added a scene not in the book, and it really made a difference. Everyone was acting better than in the previous movies. Kristen and Rob looked natural together too. I was touched by how they wrapped it all up.

    BD2 isn’t better than a lot of other movies. But it’s the best of the series. 🙂 And i didn’t hate it. Am I the only one?

    • Ann says:

      I don’t think you’re alone. A lot of people like the first one despite its flaws, maybe more for nostalgia sake? Or they like the feel/mood of it, even though a lot of the script/dialogue was bad. I agree that BD2 was better than the book (although that’s not saying a ton, book was crack fic) and I thought they did as much as they could do with the source material. It was entertaining, and they wrapped it up well for the fans.

    • pastyousayyouneverknew says:

      I have to agree, it was the definitely the most entertaining one, Kristen’s acting was better, Bella’s part in the movie was more interesting, it wasn’t just about Bella and Edward like BD1 had been, the new characters they introduced were fab,it was better than the anticlimactic breaking dawn book, it was actually a good ending to the saga.

    • Jan says:

      I would say millions and millions of people loved BD2 for it has grossed over $705 million worldwide. People who diss the Twilight Saga have no idea how many people love it. The box office receipts prove that. Twilight will be remember for a very long time.

  28. Tig says:

    I sure hope the Prince C quote is way old, bec she sure needed the services of one, didn’t she? And never noticed any signs of her turning him away at any BD 2 red carpets. Moss is less clingy than she was.

    I believe the clock is ticking on whatever is left of their relationship. On one level I feel sorry for her bec once she gets some age on her- and her heart gets broken at some point-she will really realize what she had- and threw away with both hands.

    As far as fashion- she would be fine with print ads- just no live appearances and/or interviews.

  29. jess says:

    I probably sound crazy but she looks pregnant in those pics. She was also scheduled to make an appearence last night for something to do with On the Road but canceled cause she has the “flu”. She has a Q&A tonight, I wonder if she will go?

  30. G says:

    I don’t think any trees should ever die to facilitate the publishing of any 22 year-olds “thoughts.”

  31. anna says:

    “I wish more young, influential women would talk about how Prince Charming is a pipe dream. CoughSwiftycough.”
    She does talk about how it’s a pipe dream. I wish you would actually listen to her albums. She hasn’t discussed fairytales since her second album and dismantled the whole myth, particularly in “White Horse”. She has said that album explored the disconnect “between fairy tales and the reality of love”: “We’re raised as little girls to think that we’re a princess and that Prince Charming is going to sweep us off our feet”.

  32. Jo says:

    Even had the cheating thing not occurred, i mostly cannot reconcile with the idea that Kristen Stewart has turned up to multiple events unkempt, or in inappropriate attire. I am aware that it’s Hollyweird, but it screams juvenile willfulness. And coincidentally reminds me that we have yet to see her tackle a role outside of playing a teenager. Maybe life does imitate art. She needs to do something about the anxiety disorder. It detracts from her work greatly.

  33. Jo says:

    Even had the cheating thing not occurred, I mostly cannot reconcile with the idea that Kristen Stewart has turned up to multiple events unkempt, or in inappropriate attire.

    I am aware that it’s Hollyweird, but it screams juvenile willfulness. And coincidentally reminds me that we have yet to see her tackle a role outside of playing a teenager. Maybe life does imitate art.

    She needs to do something about the anxiety disorder. It detracts from her work greatly.

  34. a-true fan says:

    you people need to stop all this shit no matter how kristen answer questions on her interviews they turn it around to the way they want it. so why ask it’s ashame for the way all you people treat her it’s not everthing she says have to do with rob she could be talking about the movie but that’s to hard for you people to think that way the tabloids and the interviewer’s need to stop

  35. Grace says:

    Umm…she’s on her knees begging Rob to save her from all the damage she caused to her career by sleeping with a married man. She absolutely needed a man to “save” her career.

    If she loved Rob in the first place, as a friend or boyfriend, she wouldn’t have cheated but as soon as she did and got caught she was crying to get back to her “relationship” with Rob. She underestimated the backlash and now is riding Rob’s coattails to stay relevant.
    Spineless Rob let her. His sisters must be pulling their hair out over having such a dimwitted brother.

  36. Sandy Pandy says:

    I’m not into that rescue stuff. I’m just interested in getting ahead by boning my directors.

  37. Sarah says:

    FFS there is nothing wrong with what she said here. The amount of haters commenting is hilarious. She f-cked up, she apologized. Can we move on with our lives now?

    • aquarius64 says:

      Yes, what she did was WRONG, period. Her age doesn’t get her off the hook. Letting stories about Rupert being a sexual predator is a pathetic way of NOT taking responsibility. Kristen got a rude awakening at LAX when the paps reminded her not everyone in the world are Twi-hards and think she is Bella. She needed Rob to take her back to save her reputation and career, but thanks to the airport incident that strategy has backfired. Tabs are running stories that she is after another woman’s husband. She STILL needs famous people to go on the record to defend her after all this time. Right or wrong it’s now baked in the cake that Kristen is a serial cheater, and it’s going to take a long time for that “trampire” image to go away.

      • pastyousayyouneverknew says:

        Sad but true, what she did is NOT going away. I’m sure she and her team wish people would just magically forget but what she did has really tainted her career.

  38. Jennifer12 says:

    Here’s the thing: she says one thing and does another, in every possible aspect of life. She may SAY she doesn’t need/want Prince Charming, but she has gone from one relationship to another without a break, and had relationships on the side during the relationships she’s in at the time. She is totally boyfriend-centered, but doesn’t want to admit it and feels like if she’s being treated too well, she needs a new challenge.

  39. kimchee says:

    She isn’t into that rescue thing? Is it only co-dependence? I mean, she said she slept with him because he’s in a position of power over her at work. That’s not psychologically normal or healthy – just saying – maybe she just learned about “the rescue thing” from a counselor and is parroting it – so she sounds smarter than her 22 years?

  40. alana says:

    her publiscist is working double time to make it look like she ‘s trying to make her look sympatic….NOT working….Skank is still a skank

  41. Claudia says:

    She made a horrible decision that hurt many people, but I firmly believe the director f–ked up more. He had the most to lose, being the one that was married with kids, and yet took the risk anyway and destroyed his family’s trust and perception of their father/husband.

    To talk about her like she makes a pattern of this (or wants to) is weird though. Again, the most vitriol coming from females. I feel like male celebrities who are actually serial cheaters (and married) get a lot less flak for this.

  42. megsie says:

    The rescue quote sounds nice but Kristen also said this during the swath promo:

    OM Magazine: I already know about your relationship with Robert Pattinson, it’s no secret anymore.

    Kristen Stewart: Haha, ok. I can reveal that I like men who makes me laugh, but who can protect me and take care of me. Security is important to me. It’s not so practical but I really want to be with someone who likes me and that I can trust in all situations.

    So “I’m into the rescue stuff” but “I like men who can take care of me.” Maybe a little contradictory there. Maybe she doesn’t quite know what she wants. Understandable at 22. Maybe it’s all soundbites promoting a movie.

  43. amanda says:

    Ruth is working very hard now to make it look like bob’s the one who doesn’t want it to work…and make KSCREW look the victim…KSCREW is pathetic and desperate

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