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kstew Kristen Stewart: I Dislike Fake People

You all know Kristen Stewart, right? The girl that seemed so sweet, quirky and lovable — but ended up being a conniving bitch? Well, in an interview that took place in mid-July (before the cheating scandal) she told Entertainment Weekly that she disliked the “phony Hollywood” persona that a lot of actresses seem to put on.

“I don’t like people like that. People who are a complete non-person but somehow through the lens seem like they are on and interesting and engaged. I care way more about the people standing in the room. I don’t want anyone leaving and saying, ‘God, that girl is so fake.’” she told Entertainment Weekly.

Yeah, that would just be terrible if people thought you were fake! The only thing that could be worse is if people thought you were a lying-cheating-home wrecker! Oh wait; they do! But, that’s okay — at least she isn’t hiding from her problems, she even sent out that sweet public apology. She may have made a huge mistake, but K-Stew is real and doesn’t run away from her problems.

Wait a minute, we’re just being informed that Kristen Stewart has cancelled her red carpet appearance for her new movie, ‘The Road.’

…well this is kinda awkward now. After I just stood up for her and talked about how she was really facing this things head on, and then she goes and does something like this? Come on, Kristen! Don’t make a broke blogger look worse than he already is!

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