Kristen Stewart’s Glamour Magazine Doily Dress

K-Stew is the face of November’s Glamour Magazine, wearing only combat boots and her grandmother’s doily.

Stephenie Meyer, the Pacific Northwestern Mormon queen of fictional vampire pregnancies and tall sweating werewolves, conducted the interview – which taught us who Kristen prefers to watch Twilight movies with.

“It’s fun to watch with [Taylor] because we actually sit and watch it, me and Taylor are actual ‘Twilight’ fans, so we can sit there and be totally into it! Whereas I sit there with Rob [Pattinson]…he likes it, but he has just such a different energy.”

Yeah. Llamas are fun to watch TV with, so much more cuddly than big-haired Brits with quidditch brooms in their asses. By the way, want to hear Kristen’s relationship advice?…

“Good relationship advice for me tends to be being honest and knowing yourself. Don’t be an asshole – that’s my advice. Don’t be mean, don’t take shit. Don’t settle.”

[“Dracula, impregnate me with your pungent bloodthirsty corpse juice…Get it over with so I can star in a good movie.”]

4 thoughts on “Kristen Stewart’s Glamour Magazine Doily Dress

  1. Hey everyone My mom cancelled the net so I have not been on for awhile. I wanted to say that I evern have a better body then Bella, and my sister is way hotter she has an ass and boobs at least. Bella is so ugly.

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    1. Holly, I’m beginning to think you’re about as fictional as Bella. And please tell me it’s your stepsister or something slightly less creepy? You need to move to an internet cafe. Literally, live there, it’d be fun right?

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