before and after (:
Okay, that’s just HOT.
bonnie’s so pretty.
“People thinking that I’m insensitive about this subject rips my guts out. I made a big mistake.”
For all of you that said she didn’t care about her word choice, are wrong. I hope all of you can get passed this, and realize that it was blown way out of proportion. And realize that your hate hurt her. Nice going, guys!
“Twilight” star Kristen Stewart has long had a difficult relationship with the press, but on Thursday the star admitted that it was her own fault that a quote in an upcoming issue of British Elle kicked up a firestorm of controversy.
In the cover story interview of the magazine’s July issue, Stewart compared the rigors of her worldwide fame to a woman being sexually assaulted, saying, “What you don’t see are the cameras shoved in my face and the bizarre intrusive questions being asked, or the people falling over themselves, screaming and taunting to get a reaction,” she said of the constant paparazzi crush. “The photos are so … I feel like I’m looking at someone being raped. A lot of the time I can’t handle it. It’s f—-ed. I never expected that this would be my life.”
Rape crisis groups and a raft of bloggers, fans and commenters immediately jumped on the quote and lashed Stewart for seemingly making light of sexual assault. The actress told People magazine that she had chosen her words poorly.
“I really made an enormous mistake — clearly and obviously,” Stewart, 20, told the magazine during a Korean stop on the promo tour for “Eclipse.” “And I’m really sorry about my choice of words. … I’ve made stupid remarks before, and I’ve always reasoned: ‘Whatever. They can think what they want.’ ” This time, though, the “Runaways” star said she felt compelled to react to the growing backlash. ” ‘Violated’ definitely would have been a better way of expressing the thought,” she said.