Kristen Stewart is back in the public eye at her ‘On The Road’ premiere after cheating on Robert Pattinson. An image expert tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY how Kristen should handle questions about the scandal!
Kristen Stewart has just landed in Toronto for their International Film Festival, which will premiere her movie On The Road. She will, no doubt, be asked about her now-public affair with Rupert Sanders. Keep reading for expert opinions of how she should answer questions from the press.
Image Expert Jacquie Jordan tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively, “Kristen needs to be as open and friendly as she can when she makes her first public appearance at the Toronto International Film Festival. She must show her vulnerable side by being appreciative of her fans and grateful for all of the support she has received since news of her cheating scandal broke.”
“If she is asked any questions about cheating on Robert Pattinson with her director Rupert Sanders, its important that Kristen doesn’t get defensive or rude. She can gracefully redirect the question by talking about her new movie On The Road. She can always say, ‘Thank you or your interest and concern but tonight my main focus is On The Road and all the incredible people I worked with.’ She must always be respectful.”
We previously spoke with Career coach Roy Cohen, the author of The Wall Street Professional’s Survival Guide: Success Secrets of a Career Coach, who told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that it is possible for Kristen to gain back the trust of her fans.
“Kristen should attend the premiere of On The Road with her mother. This would suggest that there is some stability in her life. Bringing her mom says, ‘Kristen is still a young girl.’ It also says, ‘Kristen is getting support and direction from her family.’ This would be a powerful impression builder,” he said.
Cohen agrees with Jordan by saying she can dodge affair questions in a polite manner.
“While on the red carpet, Kristen should avoid answering personal questions about Rob and the affair. She can respond by saying, ‘I appreciate your concern, but now is not the right time to talk about my personal life. I am here to celebrate On The Road and the Toronto Film Festival.’ Kristen must be respectful and keep redirecting the conversation back to the film.”
The most important thing is that Kristen gains respect back from her fans.
“It’s important that Kristen acts humble and appreciative at the premiere. She should not behave like a rebellious teenager who is bored or uncomfortable in her own skin. If she’s looking for her audience to fall back in love with her, she needs to warm it up and make her fans feel like she cares about them,” Cohen adds.
How do you think she’ll handle this appearance, HollywoodLifers?
–Reporting by Sandra Clark, Written by Dory Larrabee
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