Kristen Stewart shared juicy details about her forthcoming wedding and Oscar nomination!
During a recent appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” the iconic actress, best known for her portrayal of Bella Swan in the “Twilight” franchise, got candid about her life and career.
The 31-year-old discussed her nuptial plans with fiancée Dylan Meyer and disclosed her family’s reaction to her first-ever Academy Awards nomination.
Kristen Stewart: I’ve Done A Little Bit Of Dreaming, But I Haven’t Planned Anything.”
On Wednesday, March 16, an excerpt of the mentioned interview was shared on the talk show’s YouTube account, in which the blonde entertainer opened up about her wedding arrangements.
In the clip, the “Panic Room” actress rocked a stunning black and blue jumpsuit designed with glittering stones that rivaled the stars at night.
During her discussion with Kimmel, the “Charlie’s Angels” star revealed that the most crucial aspect of her upcoming wedding was the food.
Surprisingly, the TV personality was passionate about tasty cuisine rather than dieting, and her love for food hasn’t stopped the 31-year-old from turning heads with her perfectly toned body.
However, ensuring that guests enjoyed an excellent meal was the only thing on Kristen’s wedding menu as the “Zathura: A Space Adventure” actress admitted she hadn’t been planning.
The Hollywood sensation, who confirmed her engagement to Meyer in November 2021, confessed that she was too busy to focus on her nuptials. The entertainer said:
“I’m trying to win an Oscar now. I’m kidding. I’m so busy, I’m not planning my wedding. I’ve done a little bit of dreaming, but I haven’t planned anything.”
Although the Young Artist Award nominee and her fiancée haven’t drafted their wedding program, the former world’s highest-paid actress wanted Guy Fieri to conduct the ceremony.
According to the Los Angeles native, the Emmy award-winning television presenter may be interested in officiating her wedding per what she heard through the “grapevine.”
On that note, Kimmel suggested that Kristen hold her nuptials at the Oscars if she won the award for Best Actress.
The TV personality explained that the blonde beauty would get a free wedding reception, and she wouldn’t need to worry about the guest list as her loved ones would be present at the event.
In response, the “Underwater” star jokingly implied that if she didn’t win the award, she would propose to Olivia Colman, her fellow Best Actress nominee.
The filmmaker was nominated for the prestigious trophy for the first time in her career thanks to her exceptional portrayal of Princess Diana in the movie “Spencer.”
Regarding this milestone, the seven-time MTV Movie Award winner revealed that her parents had an interesting reaction to the big news.
The “Happiest Season” star explained that her father John Stewart’s reaction was that of a typical proud parent; however, her mother Jules Mann-Stewart didn’t sing the entertainer’s praises.
The Hollywood heartthrob called her mother early in the morning to break the news, and Jules responded, “Well honey, that’s great. I’m just waking up, but that’s not why we do things.”
After a few minutes of silence, the Oscars nominee’s mother finally reacted to the news by admitting she might be “a little gobsmacked.”
Although Jules didn’t gush over her daughter’s achievement, the proud daughter paid tribute to the matriarch by telling Kimmel that she wouldn’t have gotten her fame without her mother.
The “Come Swim” Director Garnered Recognition For Playing Princess Diana
Last month, The Blast reported that Kristen’s role in “Spencer” amassed more attention than her days as Bella in the vampire movie franchise.
The 2021 drama flick followed the life of the late Princess of Wales, who ended her marriage to Prince Charles and left the British royal family.
Taking up such an influential role wasn’t easy, but the BAFTA Award winner confessed that she couldn’t reject the part. In her words:
“I was like, ‘You’re not going to say no to this because who would you be in that case? I absolutely would have felt like such a coward.”
The entertainer added that since she wasn’t from the UK, it made it easier to portray Princess Diana’s character objectively.
Nonetheless, all of Kristen’s hard work paid off as she received nominations for Best Actress from the Oscars, Critics Choice Awards, and Golden Globes Awards.