The 19-year-old film star says her non-Hollywood glamor style often earns her criticism.
Fame, apparently, has brought problems for Kristen Stewart that she won't stop complaining about how it affects her personal life. The Bella Swan of "Twilight" tells the November issue of Allure magazine how she is often criticized by people just because she has non-Hollywood glamor style.
"I go outside, and I'm wearing a funky T-shirt and my hair is dirty, and people say, 'What's wrong with her? She needs to invest in a hairbrush.' I'm like, 'Don't you get it? I'm not that girl!' " she says. "I never was that girl. It's not like I was really clean-cut last year."
Kristen, moreover, complains about how she doesn't like all the attention her star status has brought her. "What people told me [when I signed on to 'Twilight'] was that there would be a lot of fan girls, people who love the books," she tells Allure. "But people don't tell you that as long as you're living in Los Angeles, it's a show every second of your day. It's like the Kristen show. And it's so boring!"
Regarding the character in the vampire drama film that she makes famous, Kristen claims "You're so very much with Bella. You're so in her shoes that it's a vicarious experience. It's addictive."
Previously, Kristen Stewart also complained of how her fame has prevented her from expressing her real self. She told Interview Magazine's October issue, "There's an idea about who I am that's eternally projected onto me, and then I almost feel like I have to fulfill that role. Even when things come out of my mouth, I want to be sure I'm saying exactly what I mean."