Kristen Stewart mirrored on intense hypothesis surrounding her sexuality and romantic life in a brand new interview.
In case you forged your thoughts again to 2017, you would possibly bear in mind Kristen saying, “I’m, like, so homosexual, dude” as a part of her SNL monologue in response to Donald Trump’s earlier tweets about her (extra on that later).
On the time, Kristen had already confirmed that she was courting VFX producer Alicia Cargile. “It wasn’t even like I used to be hiding,” Kristen lately advised Variety. “I used to be so brazenly out with my girlfriend for years at that time. I’m like, ‘I’m a fairly knowable individual.’”
At that time, rumors had existed round her personal life for some years. “For thus lengthy, I used to be like, ‘Why are you attempting to skewer me? Why are you attempting to wreck my life? I’m a child, and I don’t actually know myself properly sufficient but,’” she recalled. “The thought of individuals going, ‘I knew that you simply had been a bit of queer child eternally.’ I’m like, ‘Oh, yeah? Effectively, it is best to truthfully have seen me fuck my first boyfriend.”
So, when it got here to the SNL monologue, Kristen mentioned, “It was cool to border it in a humorous context as a result of it may say all the things with out having to sit down down and do an interview.” As a substitute of going by means of the media, she emphasised, “I broke it, alone.”
Trump had tweeted about her within the first place due to the fallout when Kristen was photographed kissing her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, who was 41 to her 22. Amid her relationship with Robert Pattinson, a lot vitriol was directed towards Kristen — together with her Panic Room costar Jodie Foster penning a uncommon op-ed in protection of her on the time. “It was such a really type act,” Stewart mentioned, wanting again. “I actually wanted Jodie to unpack that for different folks earlier than I may even perceive.”
Jodie additional mentioned her anger within the ensuing years. “The entire thing was simply silly,” Jodie advised Selection. “Once you’re in your 20s, you do all types of silly shit. I felt for her. I want for her that she had the area and the privateness to have the ability to discover herself in order that she could possibly be a full human being.”