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Will ‘Twilight’s’ Kristen Stewart Regret Talking Intimate Robert Pattinson To Vogue?

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Nothing is worse than those long lead times magazines have, and Kristen Stewart is now having her words to Vogue come back to haunt her as she discussed Robert Pattinson’s armpit fetish amongst other things. Read the interview below.

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Many times celebrities do an interview three to six months in advance of their movie, and then when it hits the stands, they immediately regret saying what they did. Kristen Stewart is going to have another wave of that when Vogue UK hits the stands in October. This interview was set up for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 and On the Road, and for the first time, she gets very intimate about her relationship with Robert Pattinson.

The timing on this couldn’t be worse to get so detailed about their relationship. It had always been kept rather quiet, and when you read this you wonder if there was a publicist around. Most publicists would’ve shut her up immediately when she got so personal. Naturally, there’s a slew of rumours hitting that the two will be getting back together just in time for Twilight’s release so this story could work if that happened. They could say that he couldn’t live without her armpits and she couldn’t live without his smell. But then there’s the smell of that Mini Cooper and Rupert Sanders things still out there, so we’ll see how Summit tries to whore them for the final movie in the franchise…at least until Stephanie Meyer gives them the greenlight to kick in the reboot.

This is quite the coup for Vogue and they’ve been dripping out excerpts from the interview weeks before it hits, and reading it, you feel like it’s something out of The Onion. Fans will be watching the final Twilight film a little differently and whenever Edward goes near Bella’s armpit, they’ll be wondering if his blood is beginning to rise.

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[callout title=Kristen Stewart Vogue UK Breakdown]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.”[/callout]
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Here’s where she gets really indepth about Pattinson aka Sparkles by some media outlets for his sparkliness in Twilight. The reporter either made her extremely comfortable or she had a nice muscle relaxant that had just kicked in. It almost feels like she was channeling some Courtney Love too. During the course of the interview she did ask for vodka at one point, but changed to white wine since it was morning. It makes a difference…

[callout title=Kristen Stewart On Robert Pattinson]Kristen Stewart wanted to have Robert Pattinson’s babies. The ‘Twilight’ actress – who maintained a secretive relationship with her British boyfriend for years before cheating on him with her ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ director Rupert Sanders – revealed she was ”so in love” with him and even revealed he liked to lick her armpits in a frank interview conducted before their separation.

Speaking in an interview with British Vogue magazine, she said: ”My God, I’m so in love with my boyfriend. I wish he were here now. I think I want to have his babies.”

”I love the way he smells. And him me. Like, he loves to lick under my armpits. I don’t get this obsession with washing the smell off. That smell of someone you love – don’t you think that’s the whole point?”

The 22-year-old star also claimed the constant media interest in their relationship was ”nuts” and insisted she tried not to pay attention to it.

She added: ”They’re all f***ing nuts. It changes every day. This whole, am I fashionable, am I not? Am I going out with my boyfriend, am I not? There’s never one constant. ‘Of course it’s seductive and important, what people think about you, but you can’t pay attention. They can say what they want.”

Since the couple broke up at the end of July, Robert, 26, has put the Los Angeles home he shared with Kristen up for sale and is said to be considering quitting the US and returning to his native London.[/callout]

Now for the full interview from British Vogue. It’s quite the doozy, and you’ll find yourself wanting to read sections out loud to friends. That’s what everyone here has been doing today. Miss Sashay has been walking the halls with some of her gem quotes.

[callout title=Kristen Stewart British Vogue Interview]It started straightforwardly enough. I was going to L.A. to interview one of the biggest stars in the world about her upcoming film. At 21, Kristen Stewart had just been listed by Forbes magazine as the highest-paid actress in Hollywood, a wealth largely due to Twilight, the vampire franchise in which she plays virgin idol, Bella Swan. The quintessential emo, famed for her baity persona, Stewart was second only to Kate Middleton in terms of public interest, an interest nurtured by our fascination with her off-screen courtship with co-star Robert Pattinson, which had tantalized the world with its are-they, aren’t-they narrative for years.

In this instance, however, Stewart was promoting a smaller, indie project: Walter Salles’s film adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s mostly autobiographical hipster classic On the Road. The book had been a passion of hers for years – of course it had! – and she’d lobbied and lobbied for the part of 16-year old Marylou (the free spirit based on Neal Cassady’s wife LuAnne, who also enjoyed a love affair with Kerouac). Maylous was a million miles away from Stewart’s neurotic and clumsy-to-the-point-of-syspraxic Swan; the perfect breakaway role. Like I said, it all seemed pretty straightforward.

And so we met, on a lovely sunny day at Casita del Campo, a gloomy, near-empty Mexican restaurant, not far from the Los Feliz mansion she shared with Pattinson. A tiny, intense presence, dressed in faded grey skinnies, she looked like a little doll as she slid into the booth. She had personally picked the venue, a) because there were sure to be no “cockroaches” (her word for the paparazzi) lurking in the bushes; and b) because, being a cool Silver Lake chick, she loves Mexican food. “I don’t even know why I’m looking at the menu,” she sighed, as she half-heartedly swiped a chip in the salsa. “I already made myself lunch.”

With her reputation for bolshiness (all that gurning and insistent wearing of trainers on the red carpet and so forth), I’d half-expected the meeting to be one of those classic journalistic struggles, but, in fact, she turned out to be excellent company; interesting, interested, articulate, funny, easy. She spoke carefully, with precision; a Valley Girl, sure, with all the “dudes” and the “likes”, but an articulate, measured one.

She was especially droll and affectionate about her upbringing in the San Fernando Valley; how her mother, Jules, a scriptwriter/artist/”doer to the point of OCDness”, has a proper tattoo sleeve, hair extensions and a dog that’s part wolf; how she has decorated almost every ceiling in the house with one of her crazy Alice in Wonderland mural; and how Kristen and her brother Cameron would come home from school and there Jules might be “ripping out a bathroom” because she was bored. She joked about how her dad, Bill, a stage manager with waist-length hair, had suddenly developed a thing for fashion and was “beginning to look like Karl Lagerfeld. He keeps asking me to get him a Balenciaga man-bag and I keep saying, ‘Dad? Absolutely not!”

And she was most forthcoming about On the Road, a copy of which decorated the dashboard of her first car when she was 16. We talked about how the part was a big departure from anything she had done previously. For one thing, there was nudity aplenty. In one scene, she, Sam Riley and Garrett Hedlund (who play Kerouac and Cassady respectively) attempt a threesome. In another, she gives them hand jobs simultaneously. But Stewart was up for it all. “Walter made us confident,” she said animatedly, but awkward in her desire to make herself clear. “He totally primed us to be in a position to do those things. We’d thought about it all so much that by the time we got to the set the story kind of worked its way through us. Like, we were vessels or something. In a way, I can’t take credit for any of it.”

Said Walter Salles, via email: “I met Kristen in Los Angeles. She knew On the Road inside out, and understood the character better than anyone I had met up to that point. LuAnne was decades ahead of her time. She was a free-spirited, non-judgemental young woman… but it was probably very difficult to be in her position in the late Forties, early Fifties, a constant challenge. Kristen understood this duality, the fact that the exhilarating moments had a painful counterpart.”

For someone whose reputation is so je m’en fous, Stewart was keen to declare how she had never thought of herself as a rebel at all. She described herself as the kind of kid who got panic attacks about her marks in school, and an adult who “always overthinks the though… Like how do you think of nothing?” It was, she conjectured, probably why she found the Beat Generation era so seductive. “What the fuck do I know, but I think that’s why the book will always be relevant. There is always going to be that seam of people who want things differently to the standardized 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,” she went on in her low, earnest way. “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 on that, and fuck anybody who doesn’t.”

When I mentioned her upcoming nuptial with Pattinson (as had been reported that week in the tabloids, along with designs for the cake, the dress and details that Katy Perry was to be a bridesmaid), she merely shrugged her little dolly shoulders with the resignation of one long, long used to fantastical speculation and sighed. “Hey, they’re all fucking nuts. It changes every day. This whole, am I fashionable, am I not? Am I going out with my boyfriend, am I not? There’s never one constant. Of course it’s seductive and important, what people think about you, but you can’t pay attention. They can say what they want…”

They do say what they want. And sometimes you do have to pay attention. A month later, the same magazines that had described her “wedding” in such detail published pictures of her embracing not Pattinson but another man, Rupert Sanders, the British director of Snow White and the Huntsman, in which Stewart starred. Sanders is married to the model Liberty Ross, who played Stewart’s birth mother in the same film, and he is 21 years her senior.

A billion Twi-hard hearts convulsed with grief. The “Rob-sten” fantasy? Shattered? Overnight, she was receiving death threats, pilloried as the most hated homewrecker in Hollywood. Debate roiled and raged about how long the relationship had been going on. Then came Stewart’s almost implausibly contrite apology: “I’m deeply sorry for the hurt and embarrassment I’ve caused to those close to me and everyone this has affected. This momentary indiscretion has jeopardized the most important thing in my life, the person I love and respect the most: Rob. I love him, I love him, I’m so sorry.” Sanders even more contrite apology followed soon after.

The truth of it all? In the time since, I’ve scrolled back through my tapes and notes to glean clues as to what might have happed and have found few lightbulb absolutes.

“You know when your blood pressure goes up and you are excited and you literally reach for your heart,” Stewart had said at one point over lunch that day, while describing life in general. “That’s the reason I wanted to make Snow White. It physically felt like the right thing to do.” And to work with the first-time Brit director Sanders? “Omigod,” she had said, eyes fluttering skyward,”just, I mean, to die.”

Sanders was similarly effusive about her, taking time out to speak to me from his holiday in Hawaii. “She’d burnt her lower pelvis area, quite low down,” he had said of his first impression of the actress. “She was bandaging a bad burn there, in her very tight jeans, with a Camel clamped between her teeth. That was my very first image of her. She’s got this masculine edge. She’s like this beautiful tomboy or something. What surprised me most when I met Kristen was how unlike the character of Bella Swan she was in real life,” he added. “She was so tough, so grown up. She was exactly the modern badass version of Snow White that I was looking for. I wanted that young, spirited, rebellious warrior, and she epitomized all of that.”

“She and Liberty didn’t have very many scenes together,” he said, when I asked whether she and his wife were friends, “so they didn’t get to know each other that well. But they definitely have similarities. There’s a look they share. Kristen is almost like royalty the way she understands what she has to do, in the way that she has learnt to compartmentalize… Well, Lib’s quite ‘regal’ or something as well.”

Royalty, regal, spirited warrior. Stewart is a warrior, of sorts. Albeit a warrior, as Sanders once put it, with the weight of the world on her shoulders. She’s got that rock’n’roll edge, too, as played to perfection in her role as Joan Jett in The Runaways. I still have an image in my mind of her turning up on the Vogue shoot, requesting vodka and then downsizing to white wine “because it’s still only morning”.

But here’s the thing. To be 22 and to have assumed that unbelievably heavy mantle of fame and all that it entails… Might we not allow her some human error? Might she not be entitled to make some mistakes as she negotiates her way round a post-Twilight world, a block of time in her life she has likened to being away at school (both she and her brother were mostly home-educated).

“I can’t be a free spirit,” she had said, almost imploringly, at one point when we first met. “Not in a normal, relatable way anyway. I can’t even do my own groceries or walk through a mall. How could I be? But at the same time, there are always different ways I can explore my freedom. My country is definitely a smaller place to the way it was in On the Road, but that doesn’t mean the spirit will ever go away.”

The second and last time we met, Stewart and I were taking a cigarette break on the steps of the Hotel Particulier in Montmartre, where a dinner was being thrown in honour of her and Nicolas Ghesquiere. It was about a week after our first meeting and she was as disarmingly friendly and chatty as ever. As the face of the new Balenciaga fragrance, Florabotanica, Stewart was very much on show, in a baby-blue silk corset dress from the latest collection and high, patent ankle boots. Earlier, Ghesquiere had told me how he adored her ability to subert the red-carpet tradition; he loved the way was such a symbol of “tetchy youthfulness” and what fun she was to collaborate with on different looks.

Stewart had just returned from Sydney with Sanders and her Snow White co-star Chris Hemsworth on the last leg of the film’s promotional tour. She seemed a little tired (those slight bags under her eyes were a bit more pronounced, and she seemed almost a little constrained by all her finery), but – with that cigarette placed behind her back, like she was behind a bike shed, and a drink in hand – she was in full swing. In retrospect, perhaps dangerously so.

“My God, I’m so in love with my boyfriend,” she suddenly confided, squeezing her fists and stiffening that little body with anticipation. “I wish he were here now. I think I want to have his babies.”

Had I heard her right? Wasn’t her “boyfriend” the one thing she never talked about? To anyone? And yet here we were. “God, I miss him,” she said, raking her hair back and exhaling a plume of smoke. “I love the way he smells. And him me. Like, he loves to lick under my armpits. I don’t get this obsession with washing the smell off. That smell of someone you love. Don’t you think it’s the whole point?”

Looking back, the exchange still feels surreal. It took place just three weeks before those incriminating pictures were allegedly taken. Was she even talking about Pattinson? Was she having me on? Who knows?

I think back to something she said before in that crazy restaurant about wanting to be her own person, and not having to conform to expectations.

“Um, how do I put this perfectly?” she said, so concentrating on getting it out right that her knee started to jiggle. “Look. 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. 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.”

As we go to press, the story keeps changing, and people’s expectations are shifting daily. The premiere of Breaking Dawn (the final Twilight installment) and its attendant red-carpet rounds are yet to go ahead. Pattinson is said to have moved out of the Los Feliz house amid fabulous gossip concerning custody of the couple’s dog, Bear. Sanders, slated to make a further Snow White with Stewart, is yet to confirm his plans. He has not removed his wedding ring.

Work wise, Stewart won the plum role of Peyton Loftis – in the film of William Styron’s 1951 novel Lie Down in Darkness – the one she was supposed, mistakenly, to be feuding over with Jennifer Lawrence. Then there is Cali, on which she has her first producing credit. Professionally speaking, a cynic might wonder, could the current brouhaha work in her favour?

Again, who knows? One thing, though, is that Stewart did not strike me as a bad person. Not at all. Just a young, attractive, intelligent woman trying to navigate her way through the bullshit. So cut her some slack, OK?[/callout]
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21 comments
Deanna
Deanna

Oh for heavens sake you are going way, way overboard about some of her remarks people.I am a 61 yr old christian woman and I don't think that she said anything that bad. Good grief look at the pictures above where Rob is trying to lick her armpit in front of probably a 100 people on Hollywood Blvd when they were doing their hand and foot prints a few months back. He knows the paps are taking his picture that's why he did it. Rob is quite weird himself and ALWAYS says weird, nasty & inappropriate stuff all the time in interviews especially ones that are done privately where no one is around. The things Kristen does and says that are crazy & weird etc. is what he loves the most about her and why he fell in love with her in the first place. Do you think that he has stayed with her for 4 yrs. with her being that way just for the hell of it, of course not. He knew exactly who she was in every way shape and form before they got together. They didn't start dating until after shooting New Moon and he had plenty of time to know her very well. They know every little teeny tiny thing about each other and that is why I believe that he has already forgiven her & they are probably even together again. He knows her well enough to know that what happened with Sanders was just like she said a momentary indescretion and really didn't mean anything. I believe people saying she is selfish, and a sensationalist etc etc have her totally wrong.

Sade
Sade

Poor Rob. After cheating on him, she is now spreading what should be intimate details about their love life? True or not is not something we need to know. I guess this burned the boat. Knowing how private he is , ,this is another betrayal. Has anyone considered how uncharacteristic her behaviour has been lately. She used to be so private and then this interview(I know this is prescandal), and she says she love him so much and then she cheated on him soon after. What is going on?? don't be so busy sticking up for her or bashing her. Maybe she needs help.

vicky oceanpebble
vicky oceanpebble

Kristen shouldn't be that open about such private things, anyway. If there was a chance of getting Rob back, it's long, long gone now. She's herself alright, but, the whole attitude is of a person who hasn't decided yet what to do with her life. She's too young and yet too responsible for her actions, like all the rest of the people. I don't hate her but I'm affraid that "once a cheater always a cheater" is true, for I've been in Rob's shoes for 12 years and I should know. She should move on and let Rob be. And take off that ring, she doesn't deserve to wear anymore.

Connie
Connie

You know, I am now ashamed of this girl. Pattinson should have better sense and run so fast away from her. To reveal something from their bedroom, true or not, is most betrayal in form, even if it's only for sensationalism. That's why she said it, just to draw people to this article to manipulate readers with bizarreness, but instead the results proved how she so lacks moral quality and maturity by divulging private intimate details. That is what this girl, not woman, is all about. Selfish sensationalism at the expense of others but keeps eyes on her. Shame on you Kristen! You have just lost the last ounce of compassion and respect I had when you dragged down an intimate mate who you considered being in a non-traditional committed relationship. That's why you are opposed to traditional marriage. It is easy to walk away from being faithful to a committed relationship, and become disloyal at your first desire to act inappropriately with others, even omitting in your mind the damage it causes to love ones around you, because you have nothing invested legally and spiritually. Grow up and sit down, close you lips, because there's nothing you can say of any good that could fall from them at this time. Yep! You're no phony person alright...folks see you for who you really are now! This is the first and only time I will and have ever commented about this very public, so-called non-public relationship. It's very clear you are desperate to salvage your self at the expense of others and spreading your awful shame upon loved ones with good hearts and intentions. Your amoral detriment extends so far beyond you and even into the family of the betrayed significant other, as well as, your own. Shame, shame on you. Grow up, you are in the adult world now, not high school and your actions carry significant weight to your future and others who you were supposedly committed to.

Deanna
Deanna

OMG what an interview!!!!!First of all Kristen looks amazing in all her pictures she is such a beautiful young woman & I can't wait to see her in OTR just from a few previews i've seen over the past few months she looks like she did an amazing job. I know a lot of people say she can't act but they are just not looking deeply enough into her characters to see how much she puts into each & every part she plays. As far as this interview and her relationship with Rob, What a lot of people haven't really seen in Kristen is that she is so open and honest,even when she had the so called tryst with Sanders she immediately made a statement and apologized to the public & Rob, what actors have you ever seen do that when they've done something wrong, not very damn many thats for sure. She talked about working with Rupert Sanders before she even shot the film because she saw some of his directional work and thought he was such a great director. So it's not a surprise to me that she was way over excited when she was talking about him in her interview. Kristen has always wanted to be a director/producer even more than wanting to act and she loves to act.I think that she got a little star struck with Rupert because she liked how well he was directing SWATH but I don't believe even when she had the 7 minute tryst with him that it was out of love or even lust. When she was talking about how much she loved her boyfriend i'm 100% sure she was talking about Rob because she talked a few minutes earlier in the interview how for yrs people have wanted to know is she going out with her boyfriend or is she not. And in an interview she did while Rob was filming Cosmopolis she was in a book store with the interviewer and picked up a book of Bel Ami & said "f_ _ _ my boyfriend just did this movie". Besides when this interview was conducted SWATH was just in the beginning of being filmed. And there was no way she was with Rupert during the filming of the movie because even though his wife only had a small part she was at the film sight a lot being it was her husbands first big film, not to mention that Rob had almost all those months off & even Rupert in one interview before the movie came out mentioned how Kristen's guy with the baseball hat on was there all the time. There has been so much talk not just from gossip rag magazines but radio dj's from LA, other actors & producers etc. that have said all of the scandal was all set up as a PR stunt so BD2 could go out with a bang.I believed that for a while then I believed that maybe they were broke up but yet there were too many holes in the whole scandal situation including a lot of things in the pictures that were very questionable; then to read this story along with the fact that neither Rob nor Kristen has ever said that they are broke up, and a lot of the same magazines will say 1 week in their stories "will Rob finally decide to totally break it off with Kristen" and the next week "Rob & Kristen are split but there's talk of reconciliation, could Rob be thinking about taking Kristen back" all of this is quite puzzling not just to me but many others. Kristen is a very eccentric girl & is not your regular hollywood actress and I still believe that her little tryst with Sanders was something that was not planned, that she didn't do it to purposely hurt Rob or because she didn't love Rob & wanted to break up. If she didn't love Rob she wouldn't have made that public apology she wouldn't have needed to; and the fact that Rob has been seen wearing her sun glasses & a shirt they have shared before & she is wearing his clothes and jewelry no one knows what is really going on between them. I think Kristen like this interviewer said "is not a bad person, not at all" and because she's not a bad person & never has done or said anything about or to other actors, producers etc. and most of them have never said anything but to praise her for the person she is I believe that she totally deserves another chance not just by the public & her fans but by Rob as well. She has been put through more hell in the past month than most stars go through in their whole acting career and she has taken it very quietly & respectfully. Personally with the way she has gotten Rob through these past 4 yrs and kept him going when he wanted to give up, gave him continuous encourgement & love, he would be a fool not to give her another chance. He would regret it the rest of his life.

Hilary
Hilary

I think Kristen is lovely - really talented and a born star. I just wish that she would be left alone by those people who want to criticise her - enough is enough. She is only 22 and not married so please LEAVE KRISTEN ALONE

stella green
stella green

people who judged kristen are doers, and did not committed mistakes, they are perfect maybe..Go, Kristen, let Rob happy & big with his fans..They are gods of judgement, and they are perfect...

stella green
stella green

thinkers are doers, thats the thing they judged kristen as cheater is always be a cheater..because they are cheaters too..

Lola
Lola

Too much info--that should ensure no getting back together. with the exposure on 20/20 and private details and bizare comments like this--Rob should run.

Guest
Guest

He would be better off licking his dog's arse.

Hmm
Hmm

Was she talking about Robert or Rupert Sanders when she said that she wants to have his babies and that she loves her boyfriend???

Sue
Sue

She is such a fake, she is what ever you want her to be. Why show the pic of rob licking her arm pit? Haven't he suffered enough humiliation by this person. You tabloids and her(kristen) should leave him alone. Go after k, she is the one who went and have an affair. JUST LEAVE ROB ALONE.

LoveYamachan
LoveYamachan

she's really alluring~ can't stop looking at her from the back, i love it when they pulled her hair up showing her neck and shoulders~ her jaw line, her back, that bum and her legs~ for some one petite and with tiny frame she's quite sexy~

atir972
atir972

It's funny at 0:57 her scarf is moving and it looks like a snake around her neck.

OrangeRy320
OrangeRy320

what's the name of the second music !!! WHAT WHAT WHAT!!!

amlli bell
amlli bell

Kirsten,needs to stay strong and come out of hiding. What is done is done now. Everything is out now. Show Robert how beautiful she is. I'm sure there are plenty jealous women who can't wait to take her place.

AmyInsidiousFilms
AmyInsidiousFilms

The funny thing is she got bullied at school for the way she looks/looked. if like the people that saw here now, how utterly beautiful she is, and she has such a successful career I'm 99% sure that they would feel like complete idiots. I love this girl so much, I will support her anyway. she inspires me so fucking much.

pendytie
pendytie

wow, she's actually good at something. Why is this women an actress she couldn't act her way out of a brown paper bag yet put some designer cloths on her and she's nothing short of stunning.... O.O