That's the question I've been asking myself recently. Because, in your eyes, Kristen Stewart’s the best thing since sliced bread.
I get it. I mean, Twilight, right. I've seen the movie. I've wanted to be Bella. (The other one.) But is her overwhelming popularity simply a by-product of us struggling to separate Miss Swan from Miss Stewart? Or is it a whole lot more?
On paper she's a young, attractive actress who has the world at her feet. She's part of the biggest franchise since Harry Potter; she's dating the world's most-lusted after man; designers are vying to dress her; makeup gurus are on-hand to primp her; yet still she's kept herself to herself, seemingly awkward with the spotlight shining so brightly on her.
Here you have a girl who wears Cons to an awards show, who has no issue with sporting a mullet, who has become the poster girl for pale. So is that it? Is it her refusal to bow down to Hollywood pressure, to be like everyone else, to be predictable; is this what makes us love her? You tell me, what is it about Kristen Stewart...