Seen above looking like she’s about to scream “STOP MARKETING US!! WE’RE SERIOUS ACTORS!” at the premiere of Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part 2, Kristen Stewart is once again talking about the time she and Robert Pattinson spent as Robsten. During an interview with T magazine , Kristen Stewart said that Robsten became faker than the forced smiles she worked on the red carpet at each premiere. And that’s something that makes her feel super gross. Technically you’d never know it, since her face is stuck in a permanent scowl. But believe her, she’s grossed right out.
Kristen says that current day her wants to expose herself and be understood in “the rawest, purest, most naked way” she can. She wasn’t able to do that during the Twilight years, because that’s not what the fans wanted. Thanks to the Twihards, Kristen and Robert went from Robsten to Robsten™.
“People wanted me and Rob to be together so badly that our relationship was made into a product. It wasn’t real life anymore. And that was gross to me. It’s not that I want to hide who I am or hide anything I’m doing in my life. It’s that I don’t want to become a part of a story for entertainment value.”
Kristen has compared her relationship with RPattz to a comic book in the past, and now she’s comparing it to a mass produced product. It’s very “moody teen discovers AdBusters and enters their disillusioned with society phase.” I honestly kept waiting for her to call us all “sheeple” and mutter something about consumerism before telling us to “wake up and smell the Walmart.” Next time, maybe.
Kristen also talked about her current relationship with Alicia Cargile, something she’s been a whole lot more open to “exposing” lately. Once again, KStew says she wants to talk about her girlfriend because she doesn’t want to make people think she’s “hiding” it and all that that implies.
“Look how cute she is. I love her so much.” (Other affectionate comments are unprintable; Stewart swears like a trucker.)
I would love to have read the beautiful expletive-laden word poetry Kristen spoke about Alicia. Obviously there were a ton of “fucks“, and I’m sure there was no shortage of “shits.” I hope T magazine saved a copy just in case Kristen wants to borrow a couple lines in the event they get married and decide to write their own vows. “Alicia, goddamnit, you fucking angel. I swear on my ass that I promise to love, honor, and cherish you to shit.”
Here’s Kristen Stewart working some classic Kristen Stewart face in T magazine.
Pics: Splash, Karim Sadli for T