Kristen Stewart Now Longing To Visit Robert Pattinson After He Ignored Her Phone Calls
Kristen Stewart now longing to visit Robert Pattinson after he ignored her phone calls. According to Hollywood Life and their sources, Twilight Saga hottie Kristen Stewart ,is now really wanting to visit Robert Pattinson in Australia,because he’s reportedly not answering her phone calls and text messages. Currently, he’s there,filming his new “Rover” flick and partying with friends,it appears.
Their source told them, “It seems like she’s going to fly out there, despite the fact that he has cut their communication down a lot. He’s barely picking up her calls or responding to her messages.” From there, the source added that Kristen’s people are really against the idea of her,flying out there,because she could possibly cause some unnecessary drama between she and Rob,and it’s too close to the release of the Breaking Dawn part 2 DVD. In other words,it’s all about money with these people.
The source stated, “Behind the scenes, people are hoping that she doesn’t go in case the paparazzi get pics of her upset, or a blow out between them. The Breaking Dawn Part 2 DVD is coming out in March, and they want to give it some time to breathe and make money before they get too emotional together.”
They’re “begging her to put on a happy face and be normal, because she makes a lot of money off the back end of Breaking Dawn Part 2, so if the DVD sells a lot, she can cash out.” Stay tuned. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.Did You Enjoy this Post? Subscribe to Hollywood Hills on Facebook, Twitter, & Email
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