Kristen Stewart held nothing back when discussing Hollywood and the price of fame in the June issue of Harper’s Bazaar U.K. Stewart, who rose to stardom as the female lead in the “Twilight” movie series, has never been a big fan of the spotlight. In fact, the 25-year-old has spoken out against living life in the public eye numerous times in the past.

A Chanel-clad Stewart graces the cover of the popular fashion mag, and in the featured interview she says Hollywood isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, especially for women. Women "inevitably have to work a little bit harder” to make it in the acting world," said the outspoken film star, noting that she finds this “disgustingly sexist.”

“It’s so offensive, it’s crazy,” she added.

Despite being one of the biggest young stars in Hollywood and seemingly having a luxurious life, Stewart claims she can't imagine why anyone would ever want to be famous. The “Clouds of Sils Maria” star told the magazine “fame is the worst thing in the world,” particularly when it isn’t earned.

“When people say, ‘I want to be famous’ - why? You don’t do anything,” she said.

While she might not like all the attention that comes with fame, Stewart continues to work and land big roles. Most recently it was rumored that she had been cast in Woody Allen’s upcoming untitled film. According to Deadline, she’ll be starring alongside Bruce Willis and Jesse Eisenberg, but few other details are known about the project at this time.