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Kristen Stewart's first interview since cheating scandal

Last updated on: September 5, 2012 16:48 IST

Kristen Stewart's first interview since cheating scandal

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Kristen Stewart
has admitted that despite her riches, she can be 'clumsy around certain people.'
 
She made the revelation while posing for her first photoshoot since cheating on Robert Pattinson with married film director Rupert Sanders.
 
'I know if you haven't thought about how you want to present a very packaged idea of yourself then it can seem like you lack ambition. But, dude, honestly? I can't,' the Mirror quoted her as telling Vogue.
 
'People expect it to be easy because there you are, out there, doing the thing that you want and making lots of money out of it. But, you know, I'm not that smooth. I can get clumsy around certain people.
 
'Like if I were to sit down and think, 'Okay, I'm really famous, how am I going to conduct myself in public?' I wouldn't know who that person would be! It would be a lot easier if I could, but I can't,' she said.
 
With the Twilight star giving an interview despite being heartbroken and torn apart, yet her quotes are typically obscure.


Image: Kristen Stewart
Photographs: Michael Buckner/Getty Images for Lionsgate

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Don't take Kristen back, say Robert Pattinson's sisters

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Robert Pattinson's protective elder sisters have reportedly warned the actor against getting back with his former flame Kristen Stewart.

According to reports, both Lizzy and Victoria Pattinson have reminded the Twilight star of the old adage, 'once a cheater, always a cheater,' telling him that he would be foolish to let the 22-year-old actress back into his life.

They have said that the 26-year-old actor should embrace single life and concentrate on his career, and forget about getting into another serious relationship.

'Robert's sisters were fuming with Kristen for hurting their brother in the way she did,' Radar Online quoted a source as saying.

'Lizzy and Victoria feel terrible for heartbroken Robert, especially because of the embarrassment that was caused by the manner in which the affair was exposed. They've told him that there's no way he can take Kristen back after what she did to him.

'It's a case of once she's cheated, what's to stop her doing it again and Lizzy and Victoria are pretty unforgiving over Kristen's actions. Instead, they believe Robert should embrace singledom, throw himself into work and not consider settling down with anyone until he's ready,' the source said.

The source also said that his sisters will kill Pattinson if he got back with Stewart.

Reportedly, Pattinson's sisters may be able to keep an eye on their brother's personal life more closely because he's considering moving back to London, at least temporarily, as he misses his 'mates' and family.

Pattinson is selling the $6.3 million Los Angeles home that he once shared with Stewart after she was caught cheating on him with her married Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders.

'Robert is thinking long and hard about returning to London. He's selling his home in Los Angeles, not only because it holds bad memories, but because he wants a fresh start,' a source said.

'He never fell in love with Los Angeles and has always longed for home. When Kristen was shooting Snow White and the Huntsman in London, he made his excuses to visit her as much as he could -- he missed it so much. Despite making friends in America, Robert longs just to have a pint with the mates he grew up with in a local west London pub. He's just a regular guy.

'He is set to make up his mind very soon. His family hasn't put pressure on him to return, but he misses them very much and they've said they'd welcome him back with open arms,' the source added.


Image: Robert Pattinson
Photographs: Ben Gabbe/Getty Images

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Church of Scientology denies auditioning wives for Tom Cruise

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The Church of Scientology has rubbished claims that it auditioned potential mates for its highest-profile member, Tom Cruise.

According to Vanity Fair, Scientologist actresses were invited to audition for a church training film in 2004, only to be asked, '"What do you think of Tom Cruise?'

After an intensive screening process, Scientology officials eventually chose British-Iranian actress Nazanin Boniadi.

Film director Paul Haggis, an ex-member of the Church of Scientology, said that Boniadi 'was embarrassed by her unwitting involvement.'

She embarked on a brief relationship with Cruise, subject to intense secrecy, before church officials broke it off in January 2005.

Three months later, Cruise began publicly dating actress Katie Holmes.

'The entire story is hogwash,' the New York Daily News quoted a Scientology representative as telling Us magazine.

'There was no project, secret or otherwise, ever conducted by the Church to find a bride (audition or otherwise) for any member of the church,' the rep said.

The church said it has been denying the audition rumors since they first surfaced four years ago. Marc Headley, a former Scientologist and author of the expose Blown for Good, said that he watched several audition tapes.

Canadian director Paul Haggis, another prominent ex-member and a friend of Boniadi's, confirmed that she went through the process and dated Cruise.

'Naz was embarrassed by her unwitting involvement in this incident and never wanted it to come out, so I kept silent,' Haggis wrote in an email to the website Showbiz 411.

After the relationship ended, the Crash director said, he was 'deeply disturbed by how the highest ranking members of a church could so easily justify using one of their members; how they so callously punished her and then so effectively silenced her when it was done.'

The same Scientology rep who slammed Vanity Fair's report dismissed Haggis as a 'status-obsessed apostate,' whose 2009 resignation from the church was a publicity stunt.

'No Church members were 'used,' nor were they punished, nor silenced. This is totally false,' the rep said, claiming that Haggis and Boniadi are in a romantic relationship.

The rep said the two are trying to exploit Holmes' divorce from Cruise 'in any way they can by spreading lies to draw attention to themselves, so they can make money shilling their self-published books.'


Image: Tom Cruise
Photographs: Stuart Wilson/Getty Images

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Shia LaBeouf split from Carey Mulligan as he wasn't ready to settle down

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Shia LaBeouf has revealed that he split from Carey Mulligan because she was more interested in settling down and having children than he was.
 
The 26-year-old actor dated his Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps co-star for just over a year until they split in October 2010.
 
The Transformers star admitted that he didn't think their relationship would have lasted because they were such different people.
 
'Carey is not just an actress, she is a great human being, a sweet girl and super intelligent. Our thing came down to not having compatible work/lifestyles,' the Daily Mail quoted him as telling the Sunday Times magazine.
 
'We were always travelling, and had sensibility differences that weren't conducive to living with one another. I'm harder on myself and my surroundings than she is, and we had a culture shock in terms of meeting her parents and vice versa. Sensibilities, cultures, histories. There were differences, that's all,' he said.
 
Mulligan swiftly moved on from LaBeouf and married singer Marcus Mumford earlier this year.

Image: Shia Lebouf and Carey Mulligan
Photographs: Reuters/Eric Gaillard

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