|Welcome To the Kristen Stewart Show||[Allure]|
More than the gorgeous photos, obviously, is another really great article that calls out everyone from the paparazzi (them), bloggers (people) and crazy commenters on the Interwebz. It's amazing what a useful tool Google is when one is as popular as Kristen.
Who knows, maybe one day, she'll come across this and I hope she does just so she knows that not all the bloggers are haters or there to bring her down. After all, she isn't one to believe in reductionism. Another fab article and photo shoot. Good job press people for New Moon. I'm even more excited than before.
"When I say 'people,' I mean 'bloggers.' And [Internet] commenters. The commenters are usually worse than the bloggers. I know what people say about me. After I come back from this interview, I'll look up and see what an idiot I looked like getting lost. You can just Google 'Kristen Stewart, lost, directions.' Or put the date in. I can't believe I'm giving away how to Google me."
"What people told me [when I signed on to Twilight ] was that there would be a lot of fan girls, people who love the books. And that they would be obsessed, and I'd get a lot of strife, and a lot of praise, too. But people don't tell you that as long as you're living in Los Angeles, it's a show every second of your day. It's like the Kristen show. And it's so boring!"
"Apparently I was wacked out on speed or something. I feel like if I went and sat down and was like, 'Hey, how are you? What do you want to know about me?' people would turn their TVs off and be like, 'Get rid of this girl.'... It's all about those ten minutes. You have to be funny and cute, and you have to promote the movie, and I don't know what else. You have to look hot or something. I don't know; I don't know."
"There's a lot of [vampire] stuff out ther, but this goes deeper. But it's [more than] just foreplay. Even thoug hit does that so well -- it does a fucking good job -- the buildup is, like, ridiculous. But it's all for the right reason. You're so very much with Bella. You're so in her shoes that it's a vicarious experience. It's addictive."
"I go outside, and I’m wearing a funky T-shirt and my hair is dirty, and people say, ‘What’s wrong with her? She needs to invest in a hairbrush. I’m like, Don’t you get it? I’m not that girl! Like, I never was that girl. It’s not like I was really clean-cut last year."
"I spend so much of my time guarding against sounding insincere about something that I would die for. Maybe I’m overcompensating....I care so much. And it gets reported as the opposite. And even seeing this [interview], they’ll be like, Oh, she’s trying to let us know..."
"I could not undersatnd the situation that was my life when that moment occurred. It was like, 'Noooo...' Everyone said it was so endearing, but it was horrifying."
Into the Deep [Allure via Spoiled Pretty]