How did Kristen Stewart convince Robert Pattinson to get back together with her? Though media reports have proven confusing, melodramatic, and downright silly at times, a recent rumor actually makes quite a bit of practical sense. In her effort to prove that she was not sleeping with Snow White director Rupert Sanders, Stewart reportedly turned over her passwords to Pattinson to convince him that she’s only guilty of a few confused make-out sessions.
Stewart and Pattinson reportedly reconciled a few weeks ago, and most recent reports have had them moving back in with one another. How did Stewart manage that in the face of the scandal that rocked the internet, you ask? By giving Pattinson her voicemail and e-mail passwords “to prove she has nothing to hide and will do anything to get his trust back,” reports RadarOnline.
“Kristen and Rupert both told their respective partners that they didn’t actually have sex,” a source told the site. “Kristen was absolutely steadfast that she only engaged in several make-out sessions with Rupert but never slept with him. Rob didn’t believe her in the beginning but as time wore on he accepted her explanation.”
However it happened, Stewart’s mood seems to have improved. Celebuzz reported a much warmer and comfortable Stewart who was “all smiles” at yesterday’s Balenciaga fashion show in Paris (contrasting her previously chilly and rigid appearances). She even hinted at her troubles with a joke. When asked about the gray skies of Paris, Stewart responded: “Yeah, I guess I’m used to it.” Haw haw.
Of course, there are some “sources” who claim that the reconciliation won’t last. “Kristen and Rob’s friends absolutely don’t believe” that the reunion will stick, according to an insider. “Rob’s pals think it was easier for him to get back together with her right now because of the upcoming publicity blitz they are going to embark on to promote Breaking Dawn.”
I think I’m calling foul on that “insider” report. If this was all about press for Twilight, then both Pattinson and Stewart fail for virtually ignoring media outlets throughout the “scandal.” Sure, they got a lot of press either way, but flat-out hiding from the public eye is no way to sustain a media scandal.
Maybe it’s just love?