Kristen, You’ve Been A Bad, Bad Bella

I have to admit that I love a good celebrity scandal.  I was on a natural high for a week after the TomKat breakup.  This latest one about Kristen Stewart screwing around with her director, all the while an unsuspecting Robert Pattinson, madly in love with her (I wish it was Patterson, so much easier) waits for filming to be over. (see Kristen Stewart Cheats)  This one could keep me satisfied for a good month.

The best is Kristen?s statement after she got caught. “I’m deeply sorry for the hurt and embarrassment I’ve caused to those close to me and everyone this has affected. This momentary indiscretion has jeopardized the most important thing in my life, the person I love and respect the most, Rob. I love him, I love him, I’m so sorry.”

But really Kristen!  You are with your vampire boyfriend for four years.  You guys are young, in love, have enough money to have so much fun together.  If Kristen and I were friends, I would ask her so many questions.  The same questions I would ask anyone who cheated. I would ask her why she did it?  Was she bored with Robert?  Did she think about her love and respect for him when she was cheating? I would ask if she thought about her lover?s family. I would ask her why she looks so cranky all of the time, and if she too thinks the Twilight movies are comedies.

Quite honestly, when it comes to cheating, I guess I am very cut and dry. (see Brad and Angelina Marrying)  Yes, sometimes people will cite boredom as their reason for cheating; sometimes one is overcome by the excitement of someone new.  Sometimes your boyfriend or spouse isn?t treating you the way they should.  I just think cheating is a very selfish band-aid for these problems.

I also think Kristen should have chosen a more secretive spot to get frisky (after 40 you say “frisky”).  And I think I would have liked to have been that photographer who caught them. He is making a bundle!

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