• Mon, Oct 14 - 4:34 pm ET

Sam Claflin Throws A Pity Party For Kristen Stewart, Because It’s Not Her Fault That She’s So Popular

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In case you missed the memo, Catching Fire is coming out next month. That means between now and then, we’re going to be seeing approximately 1508293408 interviews with the cast of the movie.  We’re talking big names like: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, The Actor Formally known As Mr. Cyrus and Sam Claflin. So even though we’ve already talked about Josh Hutcherson talking about Jennifer Lawrence today, we now need to talk about Sam Clalfin talking about Kristen Stewart.

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I know guys, I know, Kristen Stewart isn’t in Catching Fire or The Hunger Games or really any movie that’s ever gotten a “good” review. However she did act with Sam Clafin in the movie, Snow White and the Huntman. (Although acting might be a strong word for moping on camera. “Woe is me, a good looking huntsman saved my life, wahhh wahh wahh.”) In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, he was asked about the drawbacks of fame and he immediately brought up K.Stew. Because no one makes fame look more like a drawback than one of the most highly paid actresses in the world.

“Kristen, bless her heart, is the most looked-at person of anyone I’ve worked with. She felt she had to hide herself away. I feel sorry for her knowing how she and Rob [Pattinson] must’ve had to live.

Poor, poor Kristen Stewart. Forced to continue signing up to make movies that make her more money than any of us will ever see in our lives. If only she could make money in another way! If only she could live in another city! If only she wasn’t so tortured by her own career choices. CAN ANYONE SAVE KRISTEN STEWART FROM HERSELF? ANYONE?

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  • jamie

    you are an asshole

    • Imma

      A very funny one. lol

  • RKN

    lmao bless you.

    ”The Actor Formally known As Mr. Cyrus”

    • Miss Isis

      Too funny Jenni! You really Crushable to take a pay cut – you pay way too much for our entertainment. Always love your snark!

    • Miss Isis

      Sorry – edit – you really need Crushable to take a pay cut. Stay Snarkastic!

    • Jenni

      Thank you! I got so caught up in trolling the trolls who I originally trolled that I missed this.

  • anon

    ASSHOLE! You getting paid to be this snarky? Did Kristen Stewart run over your cat or something. SOB.

    • Jenni

      Oh no, I’m paying to be this snarky. $16/word is the going rate around here to publish an article.

    • Dylan

      So professional, jenni bitch

    • Jenni

      I pride myself on my professionalism, so thank you!

    • Samantha_Escobar

      Hey Jenni, found this for your bitch tour.
      http://www.oherrol.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/britney.png

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Ha ha ha. And what is the going rate for comments people. You guessed it ZERO for your time. LOL! Jenni can laugh on her way to the bank. BUt since she knows how to handle aggression better than all the rest of the mods around lumped together, she should be on her way up.

  • Mandi

    Bit harsh,,,,, I’m gathering you have know knowledge of her acting career, she has dealt with som pretty good stories at a you age, and ok she may not be all singing all dancing, a look at me look at me star, but she can act and she has so much knowledge of the film industry. She will be making films while you are out on the streets without a job picking up tabs to have a smoke……. So who would be laughing then

    • Julie Mosbrooker

      I like what you have to say and totally agree!

    • Anne Sophie

      Guys, don’t hate me…

      But no one does “Zathura”, “Twilight” and “Snow White and the Huntsman” for their deep and meaningful scripts. She’s not martyr, just saying.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      But they do do Yellow Handkerchief, The Cake Eaters, Adventureland, for their meaningful scripts. Jes sayin’.

    • Jenni

      I’ll probably be the one laughing then, because when your life gets so bad that you’re out on the streets without a job, picking up tabs to have a smoke, you’ve got to stay positive!

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Nice comeback jenni. LOL!

  • Pushkin

    Meh, I kinda see what Sam Claflin is saying here. She’s not some kind of fame whore like the Kardashian’s. She was an actress doing mostly indie films and she stumbled on the fame that came with Twilight. How can anyone really prepare for that?

    Now if someone like Miley Cyrus started going around complaining about all the attention and fame she was getting, then there’d be a story…

    • Jenni

      You definitely can’t prepare for that type of fame, but once it arrives you can change the way you live your life. For example, moving out of LA probably helps a lot.

    • Anon

      Aren’t you insensitive…LA is where she’s from; her family, friends, and work are all in LA. I agree with Pushkin. Kristen is no famewhore. She simply loves making films and to only be recognized for her personal life and harassed by paparazzi is awful. Clearly no one is throwing a pity party for Kristen – its called sympathizing. Try it sometime.

    • MCR

      To be fair, Los Angeles is actually her home town, where she grew up and where her family and friends live. In fact, when she was getting a lot of the most intrusive publicity over Twilight, she was a teenager still living with her parents.
      Some celebrities have fled LA to escape the paparazzi. Others have “stood their ground” and instead worked on promoting legislation that limits their activities, like the recent bill preventing them from photographing children without parental consent. As with women being stalked by their ex-boyfriends, why should the best solution be for them to flee, rather than the stalker being constrained?

    • Jenni

      I think it’s unfair to compare domestic abuse victims to celebrities who have bodyguards and houses with gates and the best security that money can buy.

    • MCR

      Clearly, it’s not comparable in terms of severity or personal danger, but the basic principle is the same. Why is the onus on the victim to run away, rather than on the stalker to desist? And incidentally, anyone can become a paparazzi target, just by being related to a celebrity or somehow associated with a celebrity scandal. It can happen to people without the kind of resources you mention.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Better to flee LA for cleaner air to breathe for you and your children rather than to get away from papz. One is going towards something, the other is escaping a negative.

    • TiredMom321

      She GREW UP in LA. She AND her parents live and work there. So she should have to leave her hometown, so she isn’t followed? The paps have followed her to New York, England, Switzerland, Italy – so where in the civilized world do you suggest she move to? Where will be far enough for you? She has said repeatedly that she does not want that type of fame and attention – what have you seen her do in her private life, beyond the expected press for her job, and the occasional charity event, that screams “look at me”? (And don’t even pull up the example of July 2012.). Admit it – you despise this girl, who has done NOTHING personally to you. Be careful – your jealousy is showing.

    • Jenni

      Julia Roberts moved her family to Santa Fe to avoid the paps and you rarely see photos of her family. Rumor has it that it’s pretty civilized there…

    • TiredMom321

      And when was Julia Roberts followed as relentlessly as Kristen Stewart?

    • Jenni

      I know you’re tired, but you may have forgotten that her marriage to Danny Moder was quite the scandalous affair. I have no doubts that the paps were all over her back when that happened.

    • TiredMom321

      Oh, yes – when she went out of her way to be photographed in an “A Low Vera” shirt to bash Danny’s then-wife, Vera? And waged a public campaign to pressure Vera to consent to the divorce? Oh, she HATED the paparazzi then! **insert eyeroll**

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      The internet, twitter, etc was not there for Julia at that time. Nor Leo. Your statement confuses categories of episteme. (That’s Foucault because I know you don’t know it.)

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      And since her recent films have bombed her career is pretty much over in Hollywood style except for dicey independent films and good strong parts.

    • SleeperWillWake

      But Julia waited til she had family to move there right? Kristen doesn’t have a family of her own. It would make more sense for Kristen to start some place new if she had the same responsibilities as Julia.

    • Jenni

      Or she can move to a place where there are less paparazzi now….either/or.

    • SleeperWillWake

      “Or she can move to a place where there are less paparazzi now….either/or. ”
      Again you’re asking her build a life some place because a group of people with cameras can’t get a real job. Again maybe if she had a family of her own it would make more sense for her to make such a change.

    • Jenni

      While you may not like what paparazzi do, it’s definitely a real job. I don’t think anyone out there is taking those photo pro bono.

    • SleeperWillWake

      ” I don’t think anyone out there is taking those photo pro bono. ”

      You know prostitutes are also compensated that doesn’t make what they do a real job.

    • MCR

      So are drug dealers. But there’s a key difference: both drug dealers and prostitutes have clients that are actually requesting their services. Paparazzi take pictures, sometimes by methods that would cause outrage if used on non-celebrities, whether the subject is willing or not.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      See jenni gets it. Active, choice, request as opposed to “stealing.”

    • SleeperWillWake

      “Paparazzi take pictures, sometimes by methods that would cause outrage if used on non-celebrities, whether the subject is willing or not.”
      But the paparazzi also have people who are requesting their services. That doesn’t mean that what they’re doing is good or of value. And both drug dealers and prostitutes also use shady methods to get what they want. The more I think about it the more I’m not seeing that much of a difference.

    • MCR

      You may have a point there. I’d be glad to consider lumping paparazzi in with hookers and drug dealers.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      It’s one of the oldest professions in the world. Someone acts out your fantasy for you. You both know it’s simulated, but it is also real so both of you learn about reality/imagination/simulation/fantasy. Fans just consume pap piks. The whore and her client ACT OUT a fantasy. One is passive and one is active. Hey SleeperWillWake I hope you soon do and deepen your thinking. You are at the edge you know just by the comparison you made.

    • SleeperWillWake

      “It’s one of the oldest professions in the world.”

      But how does that make it a real job? Does being old somehow make it more legitimate?

      “You both know it’s simulated, but it is also real so both of you learn about reality/imagination/simulation/fantasy.”

      Actually, many pros would agree that it’s not real. It’s practically a con just please whomever they are with.

      “Fans just consume pap piks.”

      Fans consume pap piks because they actually want them. There have to be a market for pap piks otherwise the paparazzi wouldn’t make any money. But what makes the paparazzi the biggest con artists is convincing entertainment industry and consumers that what they’re doing is of value. If everyone would realize that paparazzi does more harm then good then there would no longer be a market for them.

      “One is passive and one is active.”
      Even if I were to agree that doesn’t really define the difference between an actually job and a con.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      I thought the way you do about it until I listened to a “sex worker” on the BBC in an interview. She was one of the most intelligent interviewees I ever heard. Of course there are all levels of prostitutes – sex workers. She was 50 years old and still working. She engaged their fantasies and discussed what they wanted, how they wanted it and the price for what they were asking. It was a contract. She said only once or twice did she feel she had gotten in a potentially dangerous situation. I was glued to that broadcast and have thought differently ever since.

      Most jobs are made up out of thin air. You realize this if you ever grow the food you and your family are going to eat and put it up for the winter. That’s when you really get it that almost all of what goes for productive employment is a fairy tale.

    • SleeperWillWake

      “You realize this if you ever grow the food you and your family are going to eat and put it up for the winter. That’s when you really get it that almost all of what goes for productive employment is a fairy tale

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Growing food and selling it yourself at a farmer’s market. Growing food a la big ag is not what I mean.

      The paps are just feeding a manufactured addiction that is hiding a fantasy.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Actually there are few jobs that are really productive and those that are are interfered with so much people are driven out of them. I am thinking of teaching but I am sure there are many more.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      don’t think it’s a real job just as I don’t think you have a real job. Both these jobs take place in Simulated Reality.That is, they are made up out of thin air. They provide no real product, nothing that people need or may want. They are in place to feed an addition based on fantasy. Like radio soap operas used to be and do. And then I sent to the studio for piks of them and the bottom fell out of my fantasy. Movies can fall in different categories depending on how much you want to think or don’t want to.

    • SleeperWillWake

      “For example, moving out of LA probably helps a lot.”
      Yeah, I’m sure moving out of LA would help a lot *eyeroll*.
      Unless you’re asking her to leave the country I don’t think just leaving LA would do that much good. But even you can find paparazzi almost anywhere. I don’t think they’re exclusive to LA.

    • Jenni

      I would take a guess that almost any other city has less paps than LA.

    • SleeperWillWake

      “I would take a guess that almost any other city has less paps than LA. ” Seriously? Even New York City (you know the city that never sleeps).

    • Jenni

      Considering that many celebrities say that they prefer NYC for this reason, I would say yes. In a recent interview, Daniel Radcliffe said that NYC is the only city where he can walk with his head up.

    • SleeperWillWake

      “Considering that many celebrities say that they prefer NYC for this reason” I’ve seen plenty of paparazzi in NYC. Maybe Daniel Radcliffe can hold his head up in NYC but that doesn’t mean the same is true for other celebrities.

    • Jenni

      Okay so we can rule out LA and NYC for being places that Kristen Stewart can live. But that still leaves a lot of options.

    • SleeperWillWake

      Like I said I don’t think it’s fair to say that Kristen to leave her home. It’s almost like harassing someone you don’t like until they leave your neighborhood. And yes I do believe that the media doesn’t particularly like Kristen Stewart. They’ve been giving her a hard time since day one (way before the so called “scandal”). Her introverted and awkward persona rubs them the wrong way. Kristen has been a source of hostility and profit for the tabloids.

    • SleeperWillWake

      I don’t think it’s fair to say that Kristen should leave her home just avoid the paparazzi. It almost feels like harassing someone you don’t like until they leave your neighborhood. And yes I do believe that the media doesn’t particularly like Kristen. The media have given her a hard time since day one ( way before the so called scandal). Her introverted and awkward persona seems to rub them the wrong way. She has been a source of hostility and profit for the tabloids.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      I guess you missed that interview where Herzog is extolling LA to the skies for having everything imaginable to look up and study and see and listen to. Who wants to go to Montana or Idaho for quiet and live rough.

  • BitchyMuch?

    Why so harsh on Kristen when she isn’t even the one who said anything? Sam worked with her and simply talked about what he saw. Nothing he said warrants this kind of bitchy, asshole-like response. Also, even though it’s clear this is simply about bashing Kristen and you probably don’t care about the facts, Kristen has gotten some great reviews for her performances in films. I seem to remember Ebert (RIP) having some pretty good things to say about her.

    • Abigail

      Because this irrelevant rag mag/site needs hits and if they mention KS name it means hits….Don’t believe the lies these rags try to shove down your throat. The image they try to label KS with it total BS.

    • Jenni

      I’ve seen On the Road, SWATH and the final Twilight and none of them impressed me.

    • ick

      We’ll I’d suggest Welcome to The Riley’s and Runways my dear. I’d have more respect if you started your article – I hate KS and SC just gave me a reason to spend some time trashing her.

    • Jenni

      Let me jump in my time machine real fast and get back to you!

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      I myself have lots of problems with Welcome to the Rileys and with Runaways, none of which are Kristen’s fault.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      You are not exactly a literary savant when it comes to Kerouac so we will excuse you. Salles made a perfect film. Too perfect to be appreciated right now but it is a classic, still unrecognized. SWATH is interesting for a number of reasons, none of them being Kristen until the last shot, and that shot is a WOW. We have a director in Rupert Sanders who is very very creative and talented and skilled. A director who welcomes Charlize Theron (most are afraid of her) and other superb actors in smaller parts, and who took an abysmal first script and made it a lush fairy tale, not a great one but one not to be ashamed of. The first Twilight was the best, New Moon 2nd, some moments in Eclipse and nothing but embarrassment in Breaking Dawn 1 and 2, so I agree with you 233% on your estimate of BD 2.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      OMG didn’t all those directors and producers and actors know they were supposed to IMPRESS you! Why weren’t they told. Your technique helps in real life too BTW.

    • SleeperWillWake

      There are plenty of critics who enjoy Kristen’s performances in those films even though they didn’t particularly like films itself. Such as Rolling Stones Peter Travers who said this about Kristen Stewart performance in On The Road “And Stewart, free of Twilight, does better. She’s a live wire.”

    • Jenni

      Is “does better than Twilight” a compliment or a fact? You really can’t do worse than Twilight.

    • SleeperWillWake

      “Is “does better than Twilight” a compliment or a fact? You really can’t do worse than Twilight.

      Where did you see that? The quote clearly says that she was a “live wire” not that she simply “does better than Twilight”. But even critics who hated Twilight praised Kristen’s role in the films especially the last two films.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Sam just said it because he knew Kristen’s name and Pattinson’s would gt him attention.And because he is not sophisticated when saying unscripted lines.

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  • Janelle

    I normally love Crushable’s snark and I pretty much detest KS’s films…with that being said, this isn’t snark. This is bashing a celebrity for another celebrity’s comment.

    • Jenni

      I guess I should have added that Sam Claflin shouldn’t have pulled K.Stew into his interview about Catching Fire for no reason.

    • ljs

      Or maybe if you couldn’t write anything remotely positive, maybe not write anything at all. In his interview, they were talking about fame. He added his thoughts of watching KS to his answer because that was his experience. It was relevant. No matter what you this of KS, she has paid a pretty high price for the Twilight crap she’s had to endure. When Jennifer Lawrence whines (Vogue) that she isn’t comfortable with the whole world wanting to know everything about her and that she’ll never be comfortable with it people things its endearing. Man – you and Cassandra are two peas in a pod with how you write these days.

    • Jenni

      “Twilight crap” made her millions upon millions of dollars. I know a lot of people who want to go through that crap.

    • Steve Kombolis

      You clearly being one of them. Sure most people would take the trade-off of having no privacy and being accosted in public by deranged fans and psychotic paparazzi if it meant millions of dollars. They would deal with the need for bodyguards and people digging through their trash and living life under a microscope.But it is a trade-off most wish they didn’t have to make. And whether their talent rises to the level the market says they deserve to be paid is irrelevant. i personally do not find her to be a good actress. But if people are willing to pay to see her then she has earned whatever she is paid.

      Yes it is known that if one becomes famous this is the nonsense the will have to deal with. But nobody can really prepare themselves for living their life in a glass house because society has few boundaries when it comes to basic decency and respect.

      So you can sarcastically say “boo hoo” that poor little untalented millionaire is upset by all the fame” but the truth is most people would have a very hard time living like that. And nobody should have to. Even actresses that don’t seem particularly talented.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Lots of people try all the time. Just go to your multiplex and look at all of them. Hard to pull it off tho.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      ljs what people have to understand with Kristen bashing is that Kristen is changing the Dominating Discourse in celebrity dressing, having a high profile relationship, not using sound bites strung together for interviews, and simply jarring expectations, surprising people, making them uncomfortable. But of course, this is why many love her, especially women, and not the kind of women who fawn over Rob Pattinson as in his retro Dior ad.

    • Me

      Nothing ever comes out of no reason. You’re a terrible journalist.

    • Jenni

      That’s what my boss said before he fired me this morning.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      LOL! The reason I love you most of the time.

    • Outsider

      Sam did nothing wrong…you are just cheap….you were funny earlier…but you are losing you edge…

  • http://gabrielle2lastnames.tumblr.com/ Gabrielle Hanson-Moore

    As one of Miley’s biggest fans, I’m seriously embarrassed by the fact that I read “The Actor formally known as Mr. Cyrus” over and over again for a solid minute and had NO idea who you were talking about. I’M AN IDIOT.

    • Jenni

      Forgive yourself!

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      I like Miley too. And Katy Perry and I LOVE RUSSELL BRAND.

  • Ria

    I like her because she was in one of my and my husband’s favorite movies ever…Into the Wild:) I think she’s cute in a non-Hollywood sort of way. I haven’t seen the Twilight movies though so that probably helps:)

    • Jenni

      Not seeing Twilight helps a whole lot!

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Now you just don’t like Mayer. Kristen did Bella as Bella was written.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Stop after the first 2 and you will be OK. She is a perfect Bella as Bella is written.

  • TiredMom321

    Oh, God. THIS is why I generally ignore this site. Kristen was a well-regarded indie actress when one of her indie movies (Twilight) blew up beyond all expectations. She’s not a Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian, screaming “look at me!”, and she isn’t out there like Kanye West claiming herself to be ‘a genius.’ She just wants to go to work, then go home, without her every move being followed and talked about. The ‘moping’ that you seem so fixated on is her hatred of the paparazzi/stalkerazzi – in interviews, on red carpets, and in fan photos, she is SMILING, and more than 95% of the people who have either met her or worked with her have only good things to say about her. Claflin is right – I can’t remember any other celebrity being this relentlessly followed since Princess Diana – YOU try living life like that, and see if YOU appreciate being followed. It’s beyond obvious that you hate her, personally, and will never see any good in anything that she does (but to prove me wrong, you could try watching her in Speak, Adventureland, Into the Wild, or The Cake Eaters), but try to remember that snark does not equal intelligence. “Judging someone says nothing about them, and everything about you.” – Kristen Stewart

    • MCR

      I’m not sure the author actually dislikes Stewart. She’s just buying into the persona Stewart has been assigned (gloomy, mopey, foul-mouthed, untalented stoner slut) and failing to look past it. Jenni is usually more insightful, so I assume she is just too indifferent about Kristen Stewart to look into it more deeply.

    • Jenni

      I don’t personally dislike Stewart because I’ve never met her. It’s just hard to feel bad for celebrities who make millions of dollars. Also (and this is my opinion, so keep your swords at bay), I don’t think she’s a good actress. She can do “sad teenager” really well, but anytime she tries to break out of that, I don’t think it works.

    • MCR

      Yes, it’s hard to be sympathetic toward the very wealthy, and that’s probably a good thing in general. The thing is, most unfair or intrusive practices tend to affect the poor first, if not exclusively, and most harshly. This is one of the few exceptions. We should still try to see it for what it is, apart from rich people being amusingly badgered. Technology is making it possible to spy on celebrities more easily and continuously than ever before. Just as the form of “journalism” used in celebrity gossip has begun infecting legitimate news sources, the intrusions on personal privacy will not stop with Hollywood stars. The fact that it is done mainly to wealthy, famous people encourages us to take a cavalier attitude to it, when we should be considering where it will go next.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      She broke out of it in certain scenes of that awful Zathara. And in Into the Wild she was superb in a very small part. And her end in The Cake Eaters was breathtaking.

    • SleeperWillWake

      “It’s just hard to feel bad for celebrities who make millions of dollars.”
      But that’s irrelevant. Their wealth and social status doesn’t make their need for privacy any less valuable. Or at least it should not. It seems to give the impression that is this unwritten contract that says you can be rich and famous but in exchange for privacy, dignity, and self-respect. So considering that should we be surprise when we see people voluntarily give away their dignity in exchange for being rich and famous? What I don’t understand is how can people complain that we live in a celeb obsess culture. But then defend the people (ie paparazzi) who are responsible for this celeb obsess culture.

    • Jenni

      I work (complaint-free) for a site that obsesses about celebs sooooo you might have me confused with someone else.

    • SleeperWillWake

      “I work (complaint-free) for a site that obsesses about celebs sooooo you might have me confused with someone else.”
      Yes, I see that and that’s the problem.

    • Jenni

      so this is a general complaint? “What I don’t understand is how can people complain that we live in a celeb obsess culture. But then defend the people (ie paparazzi) who are responsible for this celeb obsess culture.”

    • SleeperWillWake

      It’s a complaint towards others who are guilty of that behavior. Does that help?

    • SleeperWillWake

      It’s a complaint to others who are guilty of that behavior. Does that help?

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Because we love you jenni. You make us laugh over all this. You are entertainment!

    • TiredMom321

      Unfortunately, failing to investigate a subject before writing about them constitutes sloppy journalism at best, so I stand by my statement.

    • Jenni

      What does it constitute at worst?

    • TiredMom321

      Maybe being a mindless fool who is unable to think for themselves, but simple regurgitates what they assume to be a popular opinion?

    • Jenni

      So what you’re saying is that I should goes as a sexy mindless fool for Halloween?

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      NOw you are at your best.

    • Outsider

      dont even bother…

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Jenni is NOT a paint by numbers poster.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      LOL! You are hot today jenni.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Jenni’s not a journalist. Glenn Greenwald is a journalist. Jenni is a celebrity gossip blogger and moderator.

    • Outsider

      so pretty much she has no credibility….

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Jenni’s credibility with ME comes from the fact that I think she is the best moderator of any site in the internet as far as dealing with comments from many many idiots. She judos them. Other places need her very much.

    • Jenni

      Thanks abs!

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Welcome. Before puberty they called me Flabby Abbey! So you can use my nickname Flabs.

    • Outsider

      oh, you are just kissing her ass…so your opinion is not important :)

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      What is she gonna give me? Quick I need to ask her for something. Tell me what to ask for.

    • Outsider

      IDK some ppl are just like that….I cant explain human nature to you, its the greatest mystery ….

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Obviously it is for you.

    • Outsider

      I know…I am amazing :)

    • Kiajen

      You must be her mom or something. I can’t think of any other reason you would defend her.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      I’ll tell you why.She doesn’t put up with willed stupidity or dumb trolling or comments like the one you just made. She knows how to deflect instead of getting bogged down in defending or attacking. My reasons are reasonable, not mom stuff.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Jenni is not a deep study. Of anything. She is a modern sophist and funny and clever.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      jenni is fully aware that any post criticizing Kristen gets hits. She made it look like Claflin instigated it. Clever clever jenni. It worked, didn’t it. There are ads on crushable and anywhere there are ads there is collusion. The collusion for me on my blog posts is my being able to see hits and I become aware of what gets hits and what doesn’t. and where I promote and what works. Disqus is pretty dead in the water now for that but it used to be great. twitter is tops. Comment boards still draw for me and I get to say what I want on them and people who like what I say come to my sites, depending on which blog I am promoting where. It’s fun so I keep doing it. The Twilight fangirling is about over tho. My Twilight hits are down unless there is a sighting, but even those don’t last. robsessed depends on ads and they are folding. Slowly. Too slowly for my taste. Gossip Cop Out keeps the X or Y going but it is boring unless there is an over the top spectacle. The paper tabloids at Wal-Marts are becoming as outrageous as they were 20 years ago. Which is why on occupy Nevole and I did one on Big Foot carrying Kristen away into the forests around Toronto (are their forests there? LOL!) and impregnating her with an alien baby.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Oh damn I forgot Into the Wild and Speak and In the Land of Women in my reply above. Why weren’t they coming to my mind as I loved all of them?

  • JenniSucksIt

    If you get $16/word to write your attention grabbing drool, then you are FAR MORE OVERPAID then Kristen, who is now worth over 75 Million.

    • Jenni

      No, no, no, I PAY that much to write here.

    • http://twilightirruption.blogspot.com/ abbeysbooks

      Zap perfect.

    • Outsider

      yeah, thats relevant like all your stories.

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  • TinkerbellandCybermelli!!

    Maybe you should check the reviews then. ;) She got plenty of good reviews.

  • jean baker

    This article is all about money. And envy. The only one to pity is the author. What’s her name again?

    • Jenni

      It’s at the top of the article, if that helps at all.

    • Outsider

      we don’t even bother to read name of that insignificant so called journalist…

    • Jenni

      Says the person who did bother to comment on an article that’s beneath him.

    • Outsider

      to be honest, I didnt read it all….I find comments more witty and intelligent….

    • Alexis Rhiannon

      Well I, for one, am impressed by your studied ignorance.

    • Outsider

      I like how you accept criticism :)

    • Jenni

      I must admit I enjoyed the snark in your “stupid article”

    • Outsider

      As a blogger you certainly know statements are the best if kept simple :) ….so reader can understand easily …

  • pushkin

    Jenni, you’ve received lots of comments here. Perhaps that’s your goal. I think that you should write stories on Rob and Kristen every day. The Rob/Kristen fans may then find this site and when they do, look out. You may start getting thoursands of comments like Gossip Cop gets when they do stories about either one of these two. Then you will more than likely get comments about how much people hate you. They will spew hatred and vitriol. They will comment on your looks, your demeanor, and your intellect. Who knows? Maybe they’ll start to post pictures of you on their instagrams – pictures of you going to work, out with friends, pictures of where you live, where your family lives, etc. And then perhaps one of your fellow bloggers will write a piece defending you because you were “just doing your job.” But no, that won’t make people treat you better – they’ll only hate you more because you have such great friends and a great job! And why should you have that?? What, do you think you’re special or something? And hey, if you don’t like it, move away from there. Go to North Dakota or Oklahoma and start writing about celebrities there. Who cares if you have to leave your friends and family? And that there are no celebrities living there!
    Because really, your life could change overnight like hers did. You never know…

  • Joe

    I love Kristen stewert , stop bashing her on your stupid article , she was awesome in welcome to the Riley’s with james G, they made a great team and he had wonderful things to say about her and her professionalism in her craft, there is this magnetism about her weather you love her or hate her , you just can’t stop talking about her . I think she’s captivating and in a few years watch out .

  • Outsider

    stupid article