“I’m not a quitter. I’ve done everything I could to be the perfect wife and mother and really support my husband. But I just didn’t have any more to give, you know? … I knew that I wasn’t feeling 100 percent right [about our marriage]. I found myself on a roller coaster, like, I’m going to keep things moving, keep things going. I’m going to keep up this amazing [façade], everyone looking at me and Rupert, thinking, Oh, wow, you guys have it all…. Really, I had times when I felt very lonely, very disconnected from Rupert. We’d lost our real connection. … We were together for 16 years, and that in itself is really beautiful. And we’ve created two exceptional lives together.”
Model Liberty Ross opens up in December’s Vanity Fair about the Twihard Cheating Scandal Heard ‘Round The World.
From what I can ascertain from the clip posted online, her relationship dissolution story is completely relatable. Well, except for the whole dashingly handsome director husband/internationally famous starlet part. Keep reading »
Model and actress Liberty Ross has posed naked for LOVE magazine, reminding us that Rupert Sanders is an idiot. It’s also a reminder that models are an ultra-human species: this is what one looks like after popping out a couple of kids and cheating husband’s scandalous affair with a glowering vampire. See more pics in the forums at The Fashion Spot. [NYMag.com]
According to this conspiracy theory video, “sometimes what seems absurd to most people is the very truth.” You can watch the video and judge for yourself if you believe those now infamous photos of K-Stew and Rupert Sanders up against the fence are the “very truth.” While poorly made, this painstaking exploration of every minute discrepancy in the fence photos provides a compelling argument. If not compelling, at least fun to consider.
Was this whole cheating scandal a publicity stunt for the benefit of all careers involved or legit houghmagandy? You be the judge. [WOW]
“To be honest I was totally terrified. I hadn’t actually been out of my house for seven weeks so I was really anxious. But it felt amazing.”
–Liberty Ross, model and estranged wife of scumbag/dry-humping enthusiast Rupert Sanders, describes her mood before walking the runway of the Alexander Wang show at New York Fashion Week. We spotted Liberty looking fabulous on the “Lawless” red carpet a couple weeks ago, so that seven weeks stat isn’t quiiiite accurate, but still, getting back into the crazy world of runway shows after weathering a very public cheating scandal would definitely be stressful. Kudos to Liberty for strutting her stuff with confidence. [The Cut]
I’m loath to say it, but Kristen Stewart‘s tête-à-tête with married “Snow White and the Huntsman” director Rupert Sanders has done wonders for the careers of the scorned. Robert Pattinson is in higher demand than ever, appearing on numerous talk shows (and, might I add, being incredibly charming and self-effacing whilst doing so), and Liberty Ross, who had little name recognition in the past (she abandoned her flourishing career to support Rupert in Los Angeles), has seen an undeniable uptick in popularity. The model/actress made her first red carpet appearance since news of the scandal broke at yesterday’s “Lawless” premiere, looking fresh-faced and formidable in a pair of menacing high-heeled booties. Sure, it’s not her best look given the casual nature of the outfit, but if she’s trying to convey that she is not to be fucked with (and I think she is), it’s definitely working. To which I say: Liberty Ross, you are fierce as hell, and there isn’t a trampire in the world who can take that away.
I don’t really need to tell you what’s going on with Kristen Stewart right now. If you have an Internet connection, you know. She cheated on “Twilight” co-star Robert Pattinson with Rupert Sanders, the married director of “Snow White and the Huntsman.” The scandal has given birth to a plethora of gossip rag covers, a few awkward TV interviews and speculation on how the final film in the “Twilight” franchise might be affected by the breakup of its stars.
I don’t want to talk about any of those things.
With everybody—from gossip hubs like Perez Hilton and TMZ to legitimate bastions of entertainment journalism like Variety and The Hollywood Reporter—keeping the public informed about the (possibly career-ruining, if reports can be believed) scandal, what gets me most curious about this whole thing is why people care so much. Read more…