Kristen Stewart: I Don't Think I'm Very Approachable

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The Twilight star talks being reserved and what it's like going out with Rob Kristen Stewart opened up to USA Today about how she lives her life regardless of public opinion.

"People think they knew a lot about me before. They know even less now. People will project whatever," Kristen says. "It's a huge form of entertainment. As soon as you step outside your own life and look at it like that and think that you can shape something-you need to live your life. I'm just going to live my life, actually."

"There are a few things that make it seem (expletive) real," the 22-year-old actress said about being famous. "It's all totally circumstantial. You sound like you're complaining. I sit in restaurants and the real normal reaction to seeing a famous person in a restaurant-because it's so weird-is that people laugh or smile or look over."

"I feel like I'm in the sixth grade and everyone in the room is laughing at me. Some people can come into a room and say hello to everyone and it's fine. I'm not that person," Kristen continued. "I don't think I'm very approachable. That's good, though. Rob (Pattinson) is (noticed) way more than I am, especially if we're out together. He's so recognizable and I'm not. I put a hood on and I'm a girl with long hair. I can go out."

And when Kristen goes out, she is quite reserved!

"My friends literally applaud me when I go ask where the bathroom is. Or if I'm like, 'can we get another round of drinks?' You really took the bull by the horns!" the actress noted. "I can't imagine a quality I dislike more in a person (than being entitled)."

Kristen is on a promo blitz for On the Road which hits theaters December 21.

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