Kristen Stewart faces a barrage of awkward break-up questions in post-premiere interview
15:24 GMT, 14 November 2012
It seems that the awkward moments are just building up for Kristen Stewart.
Following a stunning red carpet turn at the Los Angeles premiere of her new Twilight film, the actress squirmed as she faced a barrage of awkward interview questions from a showbiz reporter.
Kristen, 22, was bombarded with break-up questions from Ariana Grande during their brief chat at the LA premiere of the final movie.
Squriming: Kristen Stewart was bombarded with questions from Ariana Grande which had a particularly awkward theme – break-ups
Take your pick: Ariana urged the actress to pick questions from the ‘blood bowl’ but many of them focused on heartbreak
The Twilight star split from co-star Robert Pattinson in July
after she cheated on him with her Snow White And The Huntsman director Rupert Sanders.
Ariana urged the actress to pick questions from the ‘blood bowl’ but many of them focused on heartbreak and break-ups.
The first read: 'Taylor Swift writes a lot of break-up songs. Is the guy always to blame for heartbreak’
Kristen replied: 'Nah, come on now'.
Taking it all in her stride, she joked: 'I'll ask her – maybe she'll know.'
'What are you doing': Kristen took the awkward questions in good humour
Moving onto the next slip which started: 'Which break up' before breaking off to ask, 'What What are you doing'
However despite the obvious attempt to get a rise out of the 22-year-old, who publicly reunited with Pattinson on Monday, Kristen brushed off the line of questioning and managed to joke her way out of the situation.
Failing to give the interviewer what she wanted, the actress came out on top with her acerbic sense of humour.
Meanwhile boyfriend Rob had a much easier ride during his first ever Twitter chat for the Glamour Twitter takeover @GlamourMagUK.
Questions included: If you could swap lives with someone for one day.. who would you be Rob's unexpected response 'Someone who works at Nandos!'
Back together: Kristen and Robert put on a show of unity at the LA Twilight premiere
The star, who's known for his quirky sense of humour, was typically elusive with some of his answers but maintained his sense of fun.
When asked if he believed in soul-mates, Robert responded: 'Yes, I think.'
Getting onto the subject of women, the actor was quizzed about what the first thing he looked for in a women was:
'Depends who the woman is… Either way, it will be offensive,' he said.
Answering a question about whether fame and fortune was worth having no privacy in your life, he said:
'Depends what you consider fortune.'