Kristen Stewart Dishes On Relationship, Sexuality Issues

Kristen Stewart may have joked on "Saturday Night Live" that she is "like, so gay," but the actress maintained that in doing so, she did not mean to diminish the love she once shared with "Twilight" co-star, Robert Pattinson.

In an interview with the London Sunday Times, she shared that she wanted things that are hers to be hers, which is why she didn't talk very much about her first relationships."I hated it that details of my life were being turned into a commodity and peddled around the world," she said. This also came with the realization that being in a franchise as big as "Twilight" put many eyes on her, and her private life became a matter for a greater number of people. "It was an opportunity to surrender a bit of what was mine, to make even one other person feel good about themselves," she added.

As to why she came out publicly, she noted that it was because the topic seemed "important and topical," although that did not mean that she regretted ever being in her relationship with the 30-year-old Pattinson, saying that every step people every take helps turn them into the person that they are, admitting that doing "Twilight" even helped shape her.

Relationships and her sexuality aside, The Daily Mail noted that it seems the actress had been busy with projects - she only recently debuted a new look to the red-carpet premiere of her new film, "Personal Shopper" in Los Angeles on Tuesday a blond buzz cut - a stark departure from her usual brunette locks that she wore just a day earlier at a screening and Q&A session at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

"Personal Shopper" is a psychological thriller centering on a ghost story about a girl grieving the death of her twin brother, who is determined to make contact with his spirit in the after life. The film is set to premiere in theaters March 10.

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