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Kristen Stewart ‘Nervous’ About Upcoming Robert Pattinson Interview

Homewreckin’ Hollyweirder Kristen Stewart is worried that she’ll get a dose of her own medicine.

After being caught on camera creepin with her married film director last month and publicly humiliating her long-time off and on screen cutty buddy Robert Pattinson, Kristen is worried that team Edward will open up about her scandalous ways during his upcoming Good Morning America interview.

With some reports claiming Rob will only talk about his new film, ‘Cosmopolis’ and others believing that he will open up, it is feared that the actor could follow in the footsteps of Rihanna who broke down during her interview with GMA when she spoke about her relationship with Chris Brown.

While we’re sure that Rob will handle himself with the up most professionalism, Kristen Stewart is said to be “incredibly nervous” about Rob’s impending interview with Jon Stewart on The Daily Show.

According to Radar Online, a source said: “She’s confident that Robert, who has always been such a private person about his personal life, will keep quiet over the cheating scandal. But she does have some concerns that [Jon] might poke fun at the situation in an attempt to get Robert to open up.”

The insider continued: “While she has a sense of humour, this isn’t something she wants joked about. Kristen is hurting and doesn’t want her heartbreak poked fun at on TV. She’s crossing her fingers that Jon doesn’t go there and instead concentrates on promoting Robert’s new movie ‘Cosmopolis’.“

It’s bound to happen. We think she should just ride it out (no pun intended.)

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