"People who are a complete non-person but somehow through the lens seem like they are on and interesting and engaged. ... I don't want anyone leaving and saying, 'God, that girl is so fake.'" she told Entertainment Weekly.
The awkward beauty then added that she would rather be herself then invoke an alternate persona on the red carpet.
"People tell me to make it easier on myself and to play a character when I go out on carpets and stuff. But you know what? I'd rather be me." She continued, most earnestly.
Lo and behold, approximately two weeks later, she was forced to issue a public apology to boyfriend, Robert Pattinson -- after news broke about her sordid affair with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director, Rupert Sanders, 41.
"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn" director Bill Condon, recently came to Stewart's defense, asking fans to show her the respect she deserves.
"The fact is, these are actors playing parts, and maybe it's not such a bad thing that people be reminded of that," the 56-year old told Entertainment Weekly.
"Both of these actors gave heart and soul to the Twilight movies, not only during shooting, but also by navigating so graciously the whole life-in-a-fishbowl aspect of the phenomenon," he continued. "Above all they have always shown great respect for the fans who made these movies such a success. Now it's time that some of that respect be returned to them."
We certainly hope Cordon's words will help some twihards differentiate between Kristen Stewart, and her wholesome character, Bella Swan.