I always found Kristen Stewart’s interview style to be endearing. Despite being famous since she was a child, it seems like she hasn’t gotten used to talking about herself in interviews, punctuating most sentences with “ums” and “ahs.” This gives me hope that awkward people can be famous. Win. Plus, it’s nice that she doesn’t spew out the same media-approved spins that most famous people do.
stopped by hobbled to Jimmy Kimmel Live! to promote her new movie Snow White and the Huntsman, which comes out on June 1. She was wearing (what else?) a dorky red sweater and sneakers and was limping because she accidentally stepped on a nail while doing a Breaking Dawn reshoot. She promised the injury wasn’t an elaborate ploy to wear flats.
Stewart talked about seeing Hologram Tupac right up close with her friends at Coachella. While she was hanging with Katy Perry (just hanging, no biggie) the popstar decided she wanted to sit up front — and you’d best know what Katy Perry wants, she gets. Kristen Stewart and Katy Perry parted the crowd like Moses to get to the coveted spot. Guess that’s a story for the grandkids.
She also said that saying goodbye to Twilight’s Bella Cullen wasn’t so hard, because she had to do it three times round after multiple reshoots — they didn’t even throw a wrap party the last time round. “I’ve done it three times,” she admitted.
Watch the interview here:
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Now that Hologram Tupac has become a legitimate musical act, we’re noticing hologram artists everywhere.
Take for instance, Hatsune Miku, Japan’s very own hologram pop star. Miku had 25,000 fans pay to see her at a recent concert. However, unlike Tupac, Miku is entirely fictional. The popstar, who has pig-tailed neon green hair and wears a schoolgirl outfit, is an avatar created by Crypton Future Media.
The fans actually create her songs and videos through collaborative websites. If an uploaded song goes viral, it might get picked up by Crypton and spiffed up before being rereleased by Miku. [Source]
Watch her perform here:
You aren’t going insane, that is Tupac Shakur (below) performing at Coachella this past weekend. Tupac rose from the dead on Sunday night as a HOLOGRAM! How cool is that?
It’s often prophesied that the rapper, who died in 1996, will return to the stage and that became a reality when he performed with Snoop Dogg.
Apparently the crowd went wild and we can see why. He look incredibly convincing, so much so, that the ending will keep haunting us.
So what will he do next? Apparently there’s already a Twitter account floating around.
Watch it below: