On one hand, it's refreshing for Kristen Stewart to shun fame.
How often do we make fun of attention-starved celebs, such as Tila Tequila and the Kardashians, that would do anything for attention?
On the other hand, it would be nice if the Twilight Saga star lightened up a bit. In a recent interview with BlackBook magazine, Kristen's critique of her status almost came across as insulting to fans.
"Nothing about being a celebrity is desirable," Stewart said. "I'm an actor. It's bizarre to me that everybody's so obsessive."
We agree. But Kristen knew what she was getting into when she signed on as Bella Swan. She's in danger of biting the hand that feeds her when she complains in such a manner.
It should come as no surprise that Stewart didn't touch on her rumored relationship with Robert Pattinson in the interview, though she did bring up his character of Edward Cullen.
"Edward is actually a really good parallel to fame," she said. "As a vampire, he has a sad, desolate life - fame is the same."
Jeez. Take a chill pill, girl! You're free to leave the entertainment business at any point, but remember how you feel about fame the next time you stay in a five-star hotel or take home a closet of free, expensive clothing.
Life could be worse.