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Kristen Stewart Multiplies SNL's Queer Quotient x1000

Kristen Stewart Multiplies SNL's Queer Quotient x1000


Stewart reminds Donald Trump that she's "so gay, dude" and seduces a suburban mom with some piping hot pizza rolls.

Out actress Kristen Stewart has a reputation as a reserved personality, an introvert who shies away from the spotlight. But the star of Certain Women (and Twilight, of course) let it all hang out when she hosted this week's Saturday Night Live.

In her monologue, Stewart brought up the 11 tweets Donald Trump sent in 2012 about her relationship to Robert Pattinson. Trump, alleged to have cheated on his wife, Ivana, repeatedly shamed Stewart for stepping out on Pattinson and told him to dump her. The president doesn't need to worry about her getting back with Pattinson, though.

"I'm like so gay, dude," she said, shortly before accidentally uttering an expletive during the live broadcast. SNL's out MVP Kate McKinnon has a butch cameo in the monologue; check it out below.

Stewart followed up her monologue with an ingenious take on silly commercials that show women happily cooking for their sports-loving men. Everything changes for such a suburban lady (played by Vanessa Bayer) -- in a Blue Is the Warmest Color sense -- when a mysterious woman (played by Stewart) shows up at her husband's football bash.

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