K-Stew needs to show fans that she’s genuinely struggling to cope with the aftermath of her affair to redeem her image, a career consultant tells HollywoodLife.com. Read on for more details!
And while that may seems like a bad move for the Twilight star, career consultant and author Roy Cohen tells HollywoodLife.com it’s actually a very smart and mature one.
“If Kristen Stewart has decided to drop out of Cali then I applaud her. This decision is perhaps a very wise choice. What would be most beneficial to her career right now? Perhaps she needs to let it be known that she is suffering an emotional meltdown and doesn’t have the energy and focus to both star in and executive produce such a challenging project,” he tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Roy goes on to say that Kristen needs to be emotionally and mentally ready to star — and produce — a project like Cali.
“In fact, it would be irresponsible of Kristen to take on this project if she was not mentally, emotionally and physically prepared because it would not be fair to all the people involved who are investing all of their time, energy and money,” Roy says. “Pulling out of Cali would not be a diva move and shouldn’t be viewed that way.”
As we previously reported, a friend of Kristen’s told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY, “Kristen has dropped out of Cali because just doesn’t “want to do it,” and she’s “really depressed” right now.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do YOU think Kristen dropping out of Cali was the smartest move? Vote and weigh in below!
– Reporting by Sandra Clark, written by Nicole Karlis
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