on Jul 26, 2012 @ 09:50 am|
Have you heard the news about KStew cheating on Robert Pattinson with her Snow White and the Huntsman director?
The director, Rupert Sanders is 41 with two kids and is married. Photographs of them together appeared recently.
After the news broke, Twilight fans were pretty hysterical about the ordeal. Then she publicly apologized for cheating on Robert Pattinson.
I want to know- do you think it was necessary to publicly apologize? I don't think it was. Whatever happens in a relationship is between those two people, right?
Also- what do you think, will they stay together or break up? Should Robert Pattinson forgive her?
|well on Jul 26, 2012 @ 01:12 pm|
I think she should publicly apologize, not because of of the twilight fans being hysterical, but because she's screwing up a marriage for another family. That's not between her and robert anymore, its between everyone she's screwed over, including another family and children.
|Just Sayin' on Jul 26, 2012 @ 02:36 pm|
Hollywood always blows everything up. People get cheated on all over the world. Just because the are famous doesn't make them immune. Its sad that it couldn't be a private matter between the parties involved. I don't think she should have publicly apologized, to me it seems to take some of the sincerity out of it.
|Fake? on Jul 26, 2012 @ 02:44 pm|
Does anyone think that this is a publicity stunt? I just read somewhere that this whole situation felt scripted, and I kind of agreed. Thoughts?
|Yes and no on Jul 26, 2012 @ 02:46 pm|
I agree that such things are and SHOULD BE a private matter. It does no good to innocent family members caught in the crossfire to speak openly about this kind of private problem, except that she was outed by the paparazzi and had she remained silent the intense scrutiny might have become so much worse.
In that sense, it's good that she owned up to it and apologized. I think that she possibly spared that man's family at least some measure of stress.
I also think that when you are a public figure and are looked up to by many people - especially impressionable young people - you are duty bound to behave properly. The fact that her fame has come because of Twilight and her on- and offscreen romance made her even more alluring is somewhat irrelevant. There are so many poor role models out there, especially for young women. While I have never been a K.Stew fan, I think that what seemed to be (until now) a monogamous relationship set a good example, and she has now ruined that.
I only have fleeting sympathy for the fans who are devastated that Edward and Bella are on the rocks this side of the screen, because they need to learn the difference between fantasy and reality. I have a young daughter and I would be worried if she was so very invested in that relationship.
I saw a youtube video aired on TV this morning of a girl sobbing about this situation and I think one day she'll be really embarrassed for having posted that. Our kids are too emotionally immature (and I mean that in a scientific way, not as an insult) to know what they do and why they do it. That's why role models can be so formative and so destructive.
In comparison, there are a lot of kids who were very attached to Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens' relationship (aka the stars from High School Musical). Their breakup was hard for those fans to handle, but it appears to have been a clean and amicable split. That's the classy way to do things.
|oops on Jul 26, 2012 @ 02:49 pm|
I should clarify where I said I only have fleeting sympathy for the fans who are grieving about this. I mean that I think the biggest problem here was the "setting an example" thing, and not that it's about Edward and Bella.
|Stupid on Jul 26, 2012 @ 03:04 pm|
I've never liked Kristen Stewart. She needs more diverse facial expressions. She's an actress is she not? Expand your repertoire, woman! You're a professional. Apparently.
But personal dislike of her aside, if she really had an affair with this married man, THAT'S what I think is horrible. If she wants to cheat on her boyfriend, regardless of who it is, that's her choice. A sleezy choice, but still a choice. But to cheat with a married man with children is a whole new level of low for me. You're playing with someone's life and marriage. Not cool at all.
A public apology seems so insincere to me. It's like she's like, oh crap I've been found out, Better fix it the best I can. If she really feels horrible for her actions, she should keep it private and spare the wife and her boyfriend further humiliation.
That's if this is for real.
A red flag for me that this may be a publicity stunt is the wife's reaction to this. Maybe it's just me and everyone will react differently but I'd be more likely to go Elin Nordegren on his butt! Posting pictures of a crying Snow White draws attention to the fact she was cheated on and I feel that's something most women would keep private... not post on Facebook AND Twitter AND Instagram.
Either way, still really don't like Kristen Stewart. Now I don't like her even more!
|publicity stunt on Jul 26, 2012 @ 04:41 pm|
I think it was a publicity stunt to help the directors career out. Opinions of Kristin Stewart aside, she was not the married 41 year who also happened to be the younger woman s boss. It is not her fault that this guy cheated on his family, if not her he would have and probably has with someone else, if one is going to stray then they are going to stray. Everyone is putting all the blame on this 22 year old young girl, as far as I'm concerned this 41 year old married man took advantage of his role as her director.