There has been many a media pundit lamenting over Kristen Stewart’s surprisingly heartfelt guilty statement of confession that she jeopardized the most important thing in her life– her relationship with Twilight star Robert Pattinson.
The most surprising element is that Stewart is not known for her outpouring of emotions ( though the lover that got her in all this mess, Rupert Sanders, may think differently), so as shocking as her affair was, so was her public admission that she was in love. Coming from a girl who has never in the press acknowledged her relationship with Pattinson, her statement was a statement in itself,
So, what gives? Well, there is of course, a bountiful of theories flying around in the internet sphere, and this one does make a whole lot of sense– if you buy into the fact, that relationships in Hollywood are very often not real by normal standards.
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They’re More a Marketing Strategy than a Couple
BuzzFoto – We’re not even sure why the magazines keep pushing it, but this couple who are said to be romantically involved, are actually [anything] but. Sure, they’re having fun playing with the press, but it’s mostly because they are told it would be a good marketing strategy for their career. Everyone around them knows however, that they are just good friends, not lovers. One in all the media buzz is actually rumored to swing the other way. Not Chace Crawford.
It’s Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart! Source: BuzzFoto
Boy, these Twilight kids are stealing all the press right now from every other wannabe and faux couple! The Twilight Twitterverse practically had a meltdown over the death of their beloved RobSten.
Kristen Stewart got caught sucking face with her married, twice-her-age Snow White director, Rupert Sanders. This guy was not only her director, but the husband of the actress who played Kristen’s mother in the film, Liberty Ross. Ewww.
The bottom line is that although the couple RobSten was a marketing fabrication, Rob and Kristen had become genuinely good friends. They had an agreement, they shared a house together, and she made him look bad. In private, Pattinson’s not about to put up with this embarrassment. But he’s going to have to in public! It sure will make for an interesting dynamic when they have to promote Twilight: Breaking Up a Marriage later this year. Will they really be able to pull off a realistic faking of a reconciliation of a faux relationship when the really big bucks are at stake? That last sentence just hurt my brain. The point here is that you shouldn’t believe anything this couple tells you about their relationship in the future. This is about money and legal contracts and movie marketing and the destruction of a friendship, and not about the destruction of a real couple. Well, except for the Sanders couple, of course.