Kristen Stewart Presents At The Oscars With Daniel Radcliffe

Sun, February 24, 2013 11:02pm EDT by 81 Comments
Kristen Stewart Presenting Oscars
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Kristen showed up to the Oscars on Feb. 24 and hobbled onto the stage to present the award for Best Production Design. She had an injured leg, bruise on her arm, and a hoarse voice. We are so proud of her for going, are you shocked she went?

Kristen Stewar presented at the 85th Annual Academy Awards with Robert Pattinson‘s Harry Potter co-star Daniel Radcliffe, on Feb. 24 and she was a bit of a mess. We are thrilled that she went even though she didn’t feel well, but do you think she’s pushing herself too far?

Kristen Stewart Presenting At Oscars: Limps on Stage

Kristen presented with Daniel and it was obvious she wasn’t feeling well. She limped onto the stage and when she got to the mic, you could clearly see a big bruise on her left arm. Perhaps from a shot since she’s sick? Also, when she spoke, her voice was totally hoarse. It’s super unfortunate that she had to be in such bad shape on Oscar night but we are proud of her for going.

Do You Think Rob Watched The Academy Awards?

Rob is shooting his new movie The Rover in Australia but maybe he found a way to live stream the show from Down Under? Don’t you think he’s curious to see Kristen present at the Oscars? We told you that Rob told her that he wanted space. That means no texting or talking. But maybe he still watched her?

Are you surprised that Rob didn’t go with Kristen to the show? Even though they are broken up, it might have been nice for him to show his support? Regardless, we are impressed that Kristen still went to the show even though she was sick.

WATCH: Kristen Stewart At The Oscars On Crutches

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