this is most hurtful! check link:http://www.lunanuevameyer.com/noticias/kristen-en-el-balcon-de-su-hotel-en-australia-actualizado-19851.htmlsuch captures make me hugely disappointed in those beautiful kids. yes they are free and too young to understand that when one criticizes such behavior it is simply out of love and fear for what's best for there health and image. just sad to see my beloved kstew like this:/
Yes, it is a disappointment to see her like that. I really haven't seen too many shots of her smoking at all. And I have never seen her "flipping the bird" to the cameras.Obviously she's staying at a place where smoking has to be done outside and of course, those papparazi's just don't leave her alone. Apotamkin-- we have to give her a little room to grow up. She is so young and her life is not at all normal. If this is the worst thing she's doing for the camera-- she'll be fine. Seriously, she could get caught doing something so much worse, when you think about it. I am going to excuse her this time-- LOL.We have to remember that KStew is a young girl who is not perfect-- she's just like the rest of us-- and makes her share of mistakes. The difference for her is that she gets caught on camera and broadcast worldwide. The rest of us don't. She is smart and will learn from them. I don't know if you know who Paris Hilton is, but that girl got caught on film having sex-- and it was a film she knew was being done-- now that is very horrible behavior that is harmful to the health and the image.Just saying.JanP.S. The video is fantastic. I am going to concentrate on that.
Oh I commented on the wrong one! This picture of Rob is a great one. Your touch of course made it even better. He really looks fantastic in the shot. There are some shots of him that are good and some that are absolutely fantastic-- this one definitely fits the latter.Jan
I googled KStew and found a few mentions about this incident along with the picture of her giving the "one finger salute." Another article headlined it -"Kristen Stewart's Holiday Salute."Tomorrow is Memorial Day in the US-- it is a national holiday which commemorates all Americans who have died defending the US. It is also a time where most people visit the graves of all their loved ones and leave flowers. The article's headline was a sarcastic reference to a salute that one might make to the dead-- and that "salute" of hers was derogatory and and intended as an insult at the photographers she was angry with.So, Kristen is going to be suffering some negative consequences for her actions. We'll see how much these pictures are shown in the next day or so. I would imagine that about now, she's catching heat from quite a few people who would rather she act like an adult than a child-- and are mortified that she has put herself out there in such a way. It will blow over as these things always do. But she will learn a lesson from this too.As I mentioned before, as things go-- this is not nearly as bad as it could be. But nowadays, some in the press or those who post the news about various celebrities have a way of taking things like this and making them look far worse than they are-- especially if they are haters. And for as many lovers of Twilight, there are just as many haters out there.I empathize with Kristen. It seems she's been in a bad mood in Australia because the photogs won't leave her alone. She simply can not get away from them and a fan who wanted her picture said she turned him down because there were photogs getting right in her face.There was a comment in one of the articles I read on the incident chastising Kristen because this is what she signed up for. I think that is really harsh. I can not imagine how frustrating it would be if you couldn't do anything at all without those idiots in your face. And they are true stalkers-- they will go for any picture of them at all-- they especially like to get them while they are off guard. This is certainly not what anyone - not even celebrities sign on for. People - even famous ones- should be given some respect and space-- especially when they are behind closed doors. And standing outside one's hotel room on a balcony is one of those times. There have been so many incidents here in the states where celebrities have literally been terrorized by these monsters behind cameras. Also, there are some celebrities who were so angered by the stalking that they actually assaulted the photographers. It has gotten to the point where they are actually considering drafting some sort of laws that limits access by these photographers. They go beyond the bounds of common decency and will follow no informal code of honor such as not photographing the kids and family members who do not want to be photographed. There are limits to anyone's endurance and no one-- not even celebrities should be forced to endure the constant and incessant stalking that some photogs are doing now. Just because a celebrity is popular and semi-worshipped world wide should not mean that they can have no privacy whatsoever. And that is what it is coming down to.Rant over-- LOLJan
It is my firm believe, that if there was less pressure do to constantly being stalked, there would be much less drama and even suicides by celebrities. You are so right, Jan ! There should be a law. I haven't looked at the link, just read these comments. I can feel the frustration of Kristen without seeing the picture. Now I have to admit that I'm not cringing away from pottymouthing and the "salutes" as much as I probably should, but as long as I dont'n show this kind of behavior and my children don't show it, it seems just part of everyday life. I was young once, too and also smoked secretly. Yes she is young and has to learn to deal with emotional outbursts. But let's not be disappointed in her. I love her no less, maybe even more because like Jan, I empathize with Kristen.I wish for both of them that the paparazzi let off some. They have been doing a good job, keeping their private life exactely that, haven't they? And thanks to our Apotamkin and this wonderfully clean and friendly blog, we can pretend that they aren't being stalked at all times. At least not by a great number of people that have the respect as we do. Like Jan said, there's the fans and there's the haters. Probably an even divide.Lol, I just looked at the word verification again... but naw hehe
I have never been judgmental of any one let alone my lovely Kristen and Rpattz. My beloved grandma was a smoker with a heart condition had an open heart surgery at her late 40s and died at 63, 13 years after the operation (successful bypass in London). Pity in my culture means fear out of love that's how i feel! I completely buzz off when people stick there noses in my business and in our culture this is also very common! so to have the world sticking their noses in your life and one that has barely started is too much. Kristen doesn't like to bend for anything that's her personality, she is mature for her age as much as I could derive from watching all her interviews. I just hope she finds health, love and success. I chose to help her do that by blogging about everything that is positive and that I love about her and to never invade or promote paps caps of her or Rob and was the first to do so while all blogs thrived over all sorts of pix.I think she should be as normal as can be and protect her public image. love kstew!
Well, I can see we are all on the same page. I agree that this is the one place where we can and do celebrate Robsten. It is also the place where we can defend them. I think they seem to be very mature for their ages, but yet are young and have much learning to do.Jan
You know Apotamkin-- your blog is very respectful and you do much to build up Rob and Kristen. That is why I like it so much. We can always find the bad stuff out there, but I know when I come here, you will always have a beautiful picture or an interesting video with positive comments.This is truly a place of Robsten cheerleaders and nowadays-- having a place that thrives on the positive is rare indeed.Jan
thanx sweetie Jan! like bella i made a life choice not just for the blog. i didn't tell u Jan that i survived death at child birth and what happened to me is pretty much what happened to bella only a vampire was delivering me lol!-so I totally identify with the events of breaking dawn. life is precious and better be for the right and the good in universal terms:)
You are right. Life is precious and we should all make the best of it in a good and honorable way.You are amongst the minority. There are still instances where childbirth can be dangerous for both the mother or the baby. I am saddened to think that you went through so much during a time that should be a happy event.I am glad that you survived. Jan
thanx sweetie I'm most grateful for ur feelings:) my story is part of my novel one day u will be the first to read it :)
You know I am going to hold you to that promise! I will be honored to read your book.Jan
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