Kristen Stewart: Awful Actress, Even More Awful Personby VeronicaCorningstone 1 year ago
Did you hear that? It’s the sound of Kristen Stewart losing all of her fans. In the newest Us Weekly (out Friday) there are photos of Kristen and her Snow White and the Huntsman director, Rupert Sanders, canoodling at a park in LA. Apparently this fling hasn’t been going on for too long (yeah right), but that still doesn’t change the fact that Sanders and Stewart are both terrible people.
This bout of infidelity has infuriated a great deal of Hollywood’s most successful starlets, including Charlize Theron, who is gal pals with Liberty Ross, former lingerie model and estranged wife of Sanders. Sanders’ father has made statements sharing his belief that Sanders and Ross’s relationship will endure this hardship for the sake of their two small children. On the other hand, sources close to KStew and RPatz think the young couple is done for good. I never thought I’d say that I felt bad for Robert Pattinson, but after his heartless, live-in girlfriend of 3 years served as a slam for a guy twice her age, I just want to give him a hug. After he showered of course.
Obviously there has been a lot of loss coming out of this situation, but Stewart seems to be the biggest loser of the quartet. 99.99% of her fans are made up of tween Twihards that squeal with glee every time they think about how Bella and Edward are together in real life. Now that she’s served as a married man’s midlife crisis and stabbed their beloved Robert/Edward in the heart, I seriously doubt they can forgive her.
Pattinson, who stated a few months ago that he can never understand why people stray from relationships, packed his things and moved out of his shared home with Stewart just hours after her ‘heartfelt’ apology statement went public. Apparently all of that pent up angst, evidenced by Stewart’s perpetual lip biting and moodiness, could only be released by banging guys old enough to be her dad instead of teen vampires.
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