‘Kristen Stewart’ Explains St. Patrick’s Day — Funny Video

Sat, March 16, 2013 12:03pm EDT by 70 Comments
Kristen Stewart Mocked
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It’s Mar. 16 — just one day before St. Patrick’s Day! Just in time we have this hilarious video of K-Stew explaining the holiday. Well, it’s SORT OF K-Stew. Click to see what I mean.


Have you ever taken a sip of a shamrock shake on St. Patrick’s Day and wondered what the heck the holiday was all about? Well, perfect! Because Kristen Stewart is here to explain everything. And when we say Kristen Stewart, we mean a girl doing the greatest impersonation of Kristen Stewart ever.

Kristen Stewart’s Hilarious Impersonator

The online video website Barely Political put together a helpful guide to St. Patty’s Day and thankfully, they thought who better to teach us all than a K-Stew impersonator!

Trust me when I say that Laura McDonald, the actress behind the impression, totally nails Kristen! She has all the quirks — the awkward scrunching up of her body, the rapid eye movement, the nervous babbling — it’s as if K-Stew decked out in a huge leprechaun hat!

If you recognize Laura instead of just mistaking her for Kristen, that’s because she’s done this before — she’s a pro at mocking our favorite Twilight actress!

St. Patrick’s Day: What You Didn’t Know

Besides Laura’s spot-on impression, the video has some other hilarious moments. Such as Laura explaining the St. Patrick is the patron saint Patrick SwayzePatrick Ewing, and Neil Patrick Harris, “who is one-third Patrick.”

She also tells us that St. Patrick was a pretty nice guy for driving the snakes out of Ireland — after all, “he didn’t have to give them a ride!”

Nothing like a little K-Stew humor to get you in the mood for St. Patrick’s Day. Watch the whole video below and tell us what you think, HollywoodLifers!

WATCH: Kristen Stewart Explains St. Patrick’s Day!


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cold

Posted at 2:51 PM on March 18, 2013  

if she would twitch and shake her leg constantly and spacing out during her sentences she would be exactly like that Screw woman

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kj

Posted at 4:51 PM on March 17, 2013  

well leave kristen alone shes having tough life right now

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 4:52 PM on March 17, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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tophatmustache

Posted at 6:30 PM on March 29, 2013  

right said..shouldn’t make fun like this

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Nina

Posted at 3:41 PM on March 17, 2013  

Video super stupid!!!!!! This girl is so ugly, she has nothing to do with kristen. I think this video is not funny and I think more than stupid!!

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 4:52 PM on March 17, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 4:53 PM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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cold

Posted at 2:52 PM on March 18, 2013  

she looks like Stewart just smarter

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Tianja

Posted at 10:50 AM on March 17, 2013  

If you luv your mom post This to 20 pictures 1 Girl ignored This and her mom died 365 later sorry cant ignore This because i luv my mom

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Posted at 7:25 AM on March 17, 2013  

I really appreciate this post. I have been looking everywhere for this! Thank goodness I found it on Bing. You have made my day! Thx agai

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 7:31 AM on March 17, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 7:13 AM on March 18, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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Cali

Posted at 7:00 AM on March 17, 2013  

Umm.. You Kstew fans needs to stop blaming others for her awful decision. The reality will remain though. She cheated with a married man, she messed up her own relationship. The end.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 7:32 AM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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agirlfromfinland

Posted at 5:44 AM on March 17, 2013  

People are sick, and you guys are a good example of it. You guys need a real life and stop making death threats to her. Kristen is not totally the only celebrity who cheated. Because of Twilight you guys see Kristen and Robert as Bella and Edward, and you want them to be happily forever – and Kristen ruined it. However what Kristen did was stupid, but still everyone makes mistakes. Relationship or marriage is not easy. You need to fight to keep your love one. Whatever Kristen did, I’ll be still her fan. Always.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 7:32 AM on March 17, 2013  

Hello world. Glad to say that the first step in recognizing a cyber bully is when that person admits it by responding to a post. As Dr. Phil once said “you have to name it to claim it”. Now maybe there can be some changes on here. Not expecting that to happen, but its wishful thinking. Angry denials to come.

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Positive Outlook Girl

Posted at 4:55 PM on March 17, 2013  

I read something that if we just treated each other with a little more dignity and respect, the world would be a better place. Let’s start here by not being disrespectful towards people you don’t know (whether celebrities or anonymous posters on here) by being rude, spreading rumors or forming what you believe are fact-based opinions of someone by reading gossip sites. I think we would all be a little happier if we took that stance. The article was about her doing normal things – living her life. Why do you need to ruin it by posting ugly comments? The alleged incidents you are citing are last year’s news – most of the world (and certainly those potentially involved) have long gone past it to other things. You might want to do the same and perhaps next time, post something positive. We need more of that in this world instead of anonymous cyber bullying. Thank you.

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