Hmm, Kristen peeved about fame? And how do they create that chemistry?

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I wasn’t sure whether to post this, but I suppose it has some bearing on how Kristen Stewart approaches her role as Bella. Seems she’s a bit unhappy with her sudden fame and the obsessive nature of some Twilight fans … Ah, Kristen, you’re young and the wheel of fortune keeps spinning, so enjoy it while you’re on top!

“Nothing about being a celebrity is desirable. I’m an actor. It’s bizarre to me that everybody’s so obsessive,” she continued. “I don’t want to be a movie star like Angelina Jolie.”

Reminds me of a New Moon quote:

“I can’t imagine how awful that must feel. Being normal? Ugh.”

Read more at Access Hollywood. I have some strong personal feeling about this, but we’d love to hear what you think. Tell us in the comments!

Access Hollywood also has more about the new Harper’s Bazaar article featuring Kristen and Rob, including some dish on creating chemstry.

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One Response

  1. I kind of understand where she’s coming from … I mean, she wants to be an actress; she doesn’t want to be famous. I get it, 100%.

    Some of my coworkers deal with this on a smaller level — since they are well-known TV personalities in our area. They love their jobs as anchors, reporters, weathermen, etc. but they like to grocery shop in anonymity like everybody else. I’ve been out with some of my friends who work on air, and frankly — it’s weird when fans come up and start talking to them as if they know them. Because they don’t.

    People feel a connection to celebrities (big ones, like Kristin Stewart, and smaller ones like local TV anchors) because they “connect” with them by watching them on the big or small screen. But it’s only a one-sided connection. These celebrities are only famous because they’re doing their job — but that’s what it is; it’s their job/career.

    So I get it … KStew is an actress. She likes her job. She just doesn’t like the celebrity that, inevitably, comes along with it. That’s a sacrifice she (knowingly) has to make to do her job.

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