You ever notice how for some stars, interviews are a form of therapy?
Think about it. What do therapists do? Ask you to talk about yourself. What do interviewers do? The exact same thing.
Kristen Stewart is one such star who seems to be working through personal issues whenever she gets interviewed. Not that you can blame her — you try handling the immediate lifestyle change that Twilight gave her. In a new interview with Interview Magazine (how appropriate!) she explains what’s going through her head:
All I’m thinking of is the fact that everything I say is going to be criticized—not criticized, just evaluated and analyzed. There’s nothing you can do about it, to be honest. I don’t leave my hotel room—literally, I don’t. I don’t talk to anybody about my personal life, and maybe that perpetuates it, too. But it’s really important to own what you want to own and keep it to yourself. … Some nights, I think, ‘You know what? I don’t care. I’m just going to do what I want to do.’ Then the next day I think, ‘Ugh. Now everyone thinks I’m going out to get the attention.’ But it’s like, no, I actually, for a second, thought that maybe I could be like a normal person.
One thing she is hanging onto is the fact that eventually, Twilight will end — ironically, the one thing all her fans are dreading.
I have a really strong feeling that this is going to go away, that this is the most intense it’s going to get—and could get—and that it’s fleeting. So in a few years, I will hopefully become more like the people I want to become like … The sad thing is that I feel so boring because Twilight is literally how every conversation I have these days begins—whether it’s someone I’m meeting for the first time or someone I just haven’t seen in a while. The first thing I want to say to them is, ‘It’s insane! And, as a person, I can’t do anything!’ But then I think to myself, ‘G——it, shut the f— up.’
It’s okay, Kristen. Just let it out. How does that make you feel?01Post a Comment