Kristen was spotted leaving George Restaurant after the premiere of ‘On The Road’ during the Toronto Film Festival on Sept. 6. Do YOU think she looks sad? Read on for more details.
Kristen Stewart put on a brave face and made her first public appearance since cheating on Robert Pattinson during the Toronto Film Festival on Sept. 6! Afterwards, Kristen was spotted exiting George Restaurant, where she had a lonely dinner — without Rob!
We can’t help but notice that Kristen looks very sad as she exits the restaurant in Toronto, Canada on Thursday. George Restaurant, serving “Toronto Cuisine” by executive chef Lorenzo Loseto, serves dishes including wild salmon, sea scallops and pork tenderloin. Kristen may have also sipped on a large selection of Canadian wine while eating in the airy, lavender colored dining room.
Meanwhile, Rob was celebrating the release of Breaking Dawn — Part 2’s trailer during the MTV Video Music Awards. Rob presented the new clip along with Taylor Lautner and Peter Facinelli.
We have to say that it would have been special to see Kristen and Rob back together during the MTV VMAs — the 22-year-old actress sure does look sad without Rob by her side. Maybe she’ll feel better when she finds out that VMA host Kevin Hart stood up for her during the telecast.
“This is the elephant in the room. No one wants me to talk about it, but I do what I want. This is what I want to say,” Kevin said. “I want to talk about Kristen Stewart. Here’s what I gotta say about Kristen Stewart – everybody makes mistakes. She allegedly messed around with a director. She did it, so what. Look on the bright side. Here’s the thing. They are now a part of the seven dwarfs: Dopey, sleepy, adultery, cheating. If you made a mistake, so what!”
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Does Kristen looks sad?
— Chris Rogers
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