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Kristen Stewart talks showbiz, blasts celebrities who are ‘selling their lives’

19 February 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Kristen Stewart appeared on AnOther magazine and in it, she talked about her relationships in the past as well as her views on the show business.

The “Twilight” saga star has grown up in the spotlight and she talked about celebrities willingly selling their lives for money as well as her publicized relationship with Robert Pattinson and her scandal with Rupert Sanders.

She shared, "People who are interested in selling a life as if it's a comic book story? It's just money, money, money, money. It's just bullshit distraction, and a lot of people make a lot of money on that, because we wanna get distracted."

She pointed out that she wishes she could find outlets for distractions such as dancing. The actress continued, "I danced the other night, and it felt so f–kin' good. And it's so not like me. I envy people like that so much. I'm pretty physical, but I really need to let myself go. Honestly, I just wish I could f–kin' dance more. That's all."

The 25-year-old said in her interviews before that she does not have the rhythm when dancing but she pointed out in her latest interview that she wants to meet someone whom she can jive and dance with. She added that she does not want to “construct anything with anyone” as she just wants to dance with somebody. This might mean that she does not want any commitment but she did not touch on the subject if she is single or in a relationship.

Stewart is taking some time off in her work as she revealed last month during the National Board of Review Gala red carpet that she will be taking some rest and relax. She shared, "I just worked all year on a bunch of different things. So right now I really don't want to work for quite a long time. I really really tired myself out. I need a break."