“Kristen Stewart says she never slept with Rupert Sanders” links

The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust reception

Kristen Stewart says she never slept with Rupert Sanders. I don’t really believe her, but that’s okay because she knows no one believes that. [Just Jared]
Virginia Roberts Giuffre says that the Duke of York should go to jail. I agree, he should. But he probably won’t. [LaineyGossip]
Pamela Anderson did a cultural appropriation thing for Halloween. [Dlisted]
More photos from the Ford v. Ferrari premiere. [Go Fug Yourself]
Review of The King: tedious but pretty. [Pajiba]
Most young people want to be famous. [Jezebel]
Hillary Clinton mocked Donald Trump on James Corden’s show. [Towleroad]
Kris Jenner doesn’t want OJ Simpson in her life. [Starcasm]
Everyone likes Shia LaBeouf again, just FYI. [Seriously OMG]

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  1. Stacy Dresden says:

    I LOVED The King

    • Bella Bella says:

      I finished watching The King last night. Took me 3 viewings (it’s a bit long and slow, and the setting is, of course, dreary).

      Chalamet is okay, I really like him as an actor, but I thought he was in a bit over his head. Of course one never tires of looking at him, because he is an extremely photogenic man. I’ve seen most of his movies now, and I have noticed he has a certain walk — slightly hunched, feet angled out, long strides. And now I find it distracting. I would like him to embody his characters in his BODY. Not everyone moves or holds their body the same way.

      The thing that most people find upsetting about the movie is that it is completely historically inaccurate. Nearly every plot point is inaccurate, from the main one — that King Hal was antiwar — to Falstaff’s role in that final battle. If you read reviews on imdb, there are historians who break it down much better than I can.

      So if you watch it, watch it as fiction. This is not how it went down.

      • Gem says:

        I believe her.

      • Snazzy says:

        Ans the thing is, the battle of Agincourt was so epic in itself – and they lost every bit of what made that battle so amazing in this film. The history books on this battle are way better than the movie

      • Rocķy says:

        I believe the movie was based on the Shakespeare plays and he is notoriously inaccurate in his historical plays. The point was not to relay history but to flatter the queen and bolster her families claim to the thrown.

  2. phlyfiremama says:

    Just a little mini-coopering between colleagues!! #butwedidnthavesex

  3. Nellie says:

    Nor with Robert Pattinson. I believe it’s called a showmance to pump up movie ticket sales.

    • Valiantly Varnished says:

      Nah they were together for years and she talked about the their relationship in the same interview.

  4. Valiantly Varnished says:

    I actually DO believe Kristen. Also Pam Anderson has always been the WORST and it’s interesting that people are only recently beginning to realize that.

    • paranormalgirl says:

      I believe her too.

      • DaisySharp says:

        Third. I have been in this position where people had every reason to believe I outright f’d the guy, but I didn’t, but as she says, I can’t say it was innocent either. I get it. I believe her.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      I believe her. It’s gross to make assumptions about a woman’s sexual experiences.

  5. otaku fairy.... says:

    Oddly, I do believe her. They eventually could have slept together, if they hadn’t gotten caught at that stage.

  6. Hannah says:

    I believe her. And I believe the coverage of her during that time was gross.

    • Originaltessa says:

      Agreed. In hindsight, the mud dragging that happened to Kristen was horrible. She was just a kid. I’m glad she’s able to walk with her chin up and be who she is without apology.

      • Jadedone says:

        I dont know, she knew he was married and had met his wife, they both deserved to be dragged.

      • Kosmos says:

        He was married. His wife approved of her and helped her to get the role. It was horrible to do that behind his wife’s back and also Pattinson’s back, even if they didn’t actually have sex, but they were hot and heavy and that’s enough to call it cheating. I felt really bad for the wife, actually. Glad she dumped him big time after that and moved on.

    • Valiantly Varnished says:

      YUP on BOTH counts.

    • paranormalgirl says:

      AND she owned that it wasn’t innocent, and that it was a mistake.

  7. HK9 says:

    Pamela, Pamela, Pamela…sigh…bless her heart.

  8. Original T.C. says:

    Why even bring it up in an interview Kristen? Just say no comment. His wife didn’t divorce him over kisses and hugs. LMAO. She Follows the stereotypical female starlet playbook (date your leading man, leave your non-famous boyfriend for your co-star, sleep with your director, get fashion house contracts), while professing to be the complete opposite! The lack of self awareness is huge with this one. Well as least her fans will believe her!

    • paranormalgirl says:

      Plenty of marriages break up over hugs and kisses. It’s called losing your trust in your significant other.

      She said the relationship wasn’t innocent, just that they didn’t have sex.

  9. Lizzie says:

    getting caught with sanders almost ruined her career…why would she lie about it ? that doesn’t make sense. i hooked up repeatedly with lots of people without having sex when i was in my early 20′s.

  10. ME says:

    With regards to Pamela Anderson, I HATE when people do that. Please stop taking someone else’s culture and turning it into a gross and slutty Halloween costume. Show some f*cking respect.

  11. Aimee says:

    While I think Kristen is correct that it was overblown I don’t like the fact that she is looking back on this as if it was no big deal. He was married. Period. I am no paragon of virtue myself but his marriage ended because of that and she was partly responsible.

    • Valiantly Varnished says:

      Where does she say that??

      • Aimee says:

        That’s the way I read her interview with Howard Stern. She said it ” wasn’t that big of a deal.”

      • Valiantly Varnished says:

        @Aimee actually that’s not what she said. Context is everything. She was speaking about the Snow White sequel and how they refused to cast her in it after the scandal and the amount of slut-shaming she received after the scandal broke. She said it “It wasn’t that big of a deal” that they should have decided not to put her in the sequel. And she’s right. Do you think studios are avoiding casting male stars because of cheating?? Big NOPE.

      • Maria says:

        @VV I read it and that is exactly how it comes across. She thought the scandal (sleeping with a married man) was not a big deal for her to lose that role over. I believe unless you physically can’t do your job you should not lose it. But for her to say that the affair was no big deal comes off as someone who does not like to take responsibility for their mistakes.

    • Erinn says:

      But he was also her boss, no? I mean, yeah she screwed up, and I think she knows that. But at the same time … she was barely 22 years old and having an affair with her married boss. 22 year olds are in no way known for being the paragons of good decision making, and I think she truly got dragged for what she did in a way that was unfair. Yes, she deserves blame for her part in it, but the amount of focus that was put on ripping her up was outrageous.

      • Maria says:

        Yes I agree with you Erinn, the way she was treated was horrible and she shouldn’t have lost that role and the one movie with Ben Affleck over it. Men in Hollywood have affairs all the time and it does not hurt them professionally. But this is her at 29 reflecting back on that situation and characterizing an affair as no big deal. That to me is problematic and says a lot about her character.

      • Minnie says:

        Not really. She was the star in that movie, coming with all her twilight glory. Sanders wasn’t a big shot, so I don’t think there was a huge power imbalance. That being said, he was obviously older and more experienced. Still, I think they were trashed equally, the difference came because Stewart was better known and was in a relationship with a heartthrob in a popular saga with many emotional fans that took her betrayal personally. People were waaaay too invested in that particular couple and that’s a risk she must have known when they made it public, she’s no idiot. I still don’t understand how she let herself get caught by paparazzi, she knew they followed her everywhere.

  12. Skippy says:

    Not my business who she sleeps with. Nor do I care. I am sure she doesn’t care who I sleep with either.
    Just some advice to her, although she probably could care less what I say, but I have noticed over the years that Kristen is a real dumb bunny. She always tries to self-destruct her life, either personally or professionally. Here is the advice part: Get the hell out of Dodge City. By that I mean, get out of Silver Lake Paparazzi Capital of the world where you get papped every 5 seconds and get a life.

    • Valiantly Varnished says:

      So you know her personally??

      • GB says:

        I mean, I could say the same things about your comments on Kate Middleton’s threads, VV. No one knows anybody that we gossip on, it’s just opinion based on celebrity articles.

      • jenner says:

        @GB– lol, oooh, burn!

      • Valiantly Varnished says:

        @Jennifer Really?? Burn?? Is this high school??

      • Valiantly Varnished says:

        @GG lol. You could. Except all of my comments are based on eight years of Kate’s own actions but go off

      • sammiches says:

        GB lol

      • whatWHAT? says:

        and it also seems like Skippy’s comment was based on years of Stewart’s own actions. as Skippy wrote: “but I have noticed over the years”.

        so how is that any different from how you (VV) base your comments? both of you are basing your statements on the subject’s own actions over several years, and neither of you know the subject. it’s what we ALL do here…comment on a celeb based on what we’ve seen/heard/read.

  13. Busyann says:

    Kris may not want OJ in her life, but isn’t he her baby daddy?

  14. ME says:

    I really hope you do a post on rapper T.I. He recently said in an interview he takes his daughter to the gyno every year to make sure she’s still a “virgin”. You heard that right. She’s 18 now by the way and he still does this. He has a 19 year old son too. How would he tell if he is a virgin or does it not matter since he’s a boy? I’m disgusted by this type of sh*t.

    • Jadedone says:

      Can a Doctor even release that info to a parent?

    • Gingerbread says:

      How would a doctor even know that? Your hymen can “break” a variety of ways, because virginity is just a social concept. So gross.

    • Kate says:

      Gah! I just came here to request a post on that too! Such horsesh-t.
      @Jadedone – he said he sits there in the room with her and coerces her to sign the consent form to allow the doctor to discuss her medical results with her father

    • otaku fairy.... says:

      That’s abuse. That poor girl.

    • lanne says:

      I know that girl; she was in one of my classes. Shame on T.I. for a) doing what he’s doing and b) talking about it publicly. It’s going to be agony for her, and she doesn’t deserve it at all.

    • InVain says:

      I thought Trump was the most disgusting thing I’d see all day. This made me physically ill.

    • jenner says:

      What?! Disgusting.

  15. lucy2 says:

    I believe her, but it strikes me as a technicality more than anything else. There was clearly a physically intimate relationship there, and she knew he was married. He’s even more gross – he was married, had kids, twice her age, AND was her boss on the film.

    I agree the coverage of it was too much though, and I’m glad it didn’t wreck her career (it does seem to have kept his from taking off though!).

  16. JRenee says:

    Pam is seeking attention

  17. perplexed says:

    I forgot about this until she brought it up. I think she’s harmless, but she probably wants Charlie’s Angels to do well, because I have no idea why she’d want to remind us about this.

  18. No Doubt says:

    She did not come off sounding great (or very smart) in that interview. It was a big deal…to the guy’s wife and to her boyfriend. She was what….21 when it happened? That is certainly old enough to know better than to screw around with a married man. And he certainly knew better as well.

  19. Veronica S says:

    I can believe it didn’t quite get to that point, but girl, come on, those pictures told us where it was going. He’s a POS who deserved his divorce, but take it as an ugly lesson about who really pays the price when you decide to fuck around with your boss.

    As for Pam, hasn’t she always been an asshole? Did we rehab her at some point and forgot?

  20. L. says:

    She’s cheated on too many of her partners for anyone to believe what she’s saying here. She cheated on Stella with the new girl she’s been dating for 3 months. The one she said she wants to propose to in this interview. She honestly sounds unstable and unhealthily obsessed with her new partners and gets bored of them quickly then cheats. She should go to therapy.

  21. SM says:

    Wow. KStew really is a kind of a dick. Not a big deal cheating and breaking up a family, how unfair my actions have consequences, how unfair not to hire me because of sex scandal, why are studios so weak they are afraid of public backlash, blah, blah. It’s like listening to any of those men accused of being inappropriate whine about the consequences of their actions.

  22. DS9 says:

    The responses to the KStew interview are….interesting. People seem to be reading it through they own lens and only reading the parts that seem to confirm what they already believe.

  23. Gem says:

    I believe her. I’m glad she spoke out about that time. The slut shaming she got was disgusting. Even his wife got over it faster than some of you. She said she didn’t blame anyone. Rob said this kind of thing happens when you’re young. Yet here we have strangers on the Internet acting like she stole your first born. Glad she sees how stupid it all is. Howard loved Kristen.

  24. perplexed says:

    I didn’t really think people were slut-shaming her. I think a lot of people were wondering how she could be dumb enough to get caught being photographed doing that (i.e basically thrusting with clothes on in broad daylight with a married guy and while she still has a boyfriend). Or at least maybe that’s what I remember thinking when it happened. Then she wrote that letter to People magazine….and it almost seemed like she was confirming where the mini-Coopering had led.

    I wasn’t horrified by the scandal, but the mini–Coopering struck me as ….”funny”. They were so brazen, as if they were dying to get caught.

    • Lutein says:

      I agree with this. It wasn’t about slut-shaming; she was singled out (i.e., focus on Sanders was relatively lower) because SHE was the famous one in a high-profile romance she benefited publicity-wise from, though they were both ostensibly committed to someone else. Ashton Kutcher doesn’t have the slut-shaming defence available to him for PR enhancement purposes.

  25. Nova says:

    Honestly, her and Rupert’s behaviour was still disgusting. This doesn’t make it any better.

  26. potatoe says:

    We know she slept with him, there are photos out there. they’re doggystyle on a bridge. Please stop lying when there are proofs !

  27. Maxie says:

    I will never forget the vicious attacks (mostly from loony middle-aged Rob Pattinson fans) Kristen Stewart received when those infamous pictures surfaced. I remember reading comment sections on celebrity sites and on Twitter where they were celebrating by calling it “Christmas in July” because it was the present they were eagerly awaiting since she and Pattinson became a romantic couple.
    Yes, it’s always sad when a marriage comes to an end, especially when a third party and children are involved. However, Sanders wife admitted in a very candid interview (was it Vanity Fair?) shortly afterwards that the marriage had been on the rocks for some time. She also vented about losing her identity after her marriage, giving up her modeling career and resentful of having to leave behind her life and friends in the UK for Hollywood.
    Just my opinion, of course, but I really don’t think Kristen Stewart was THE cause of the marriage ending. More like, the straw that eventually broke the camel’s back.
    I’m not defending Kristen’s actions. I just feel that the public, the media, and even high profile celebrities were attacking and ridiculing her in a very vicious, over-the-top manner while Sanders seemed to escape most of it with a slap on the wrist. There was no #metoo movement back then. Maybe the response would have been less judgemental and more empathetic in today’s #metoo times.

  28. clairej says:

    Kirsten was so beautiful back then. Loved her long dark hair. She was gorgeous in that movie and I was upset when they didn’t carry on her and Chris Hemsworth’s story.