Kristen Stewart already apologized for her 'indiscretion' with director Rupert Sanders yet the 22-year-old actress is making amends once again - although she doesn't say specifically for what.
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Say what you will about Kristen Stewart, but the 22-year-old star clearly knows how to keep the public's attention.
She revealed as much in an interview on "Today" Wednesday, when she gave a sly - but, to us at least, pretty savvy - response when asked about the status of her relationship with Robert Pattinson.
The two "Twilight" co-stars and presumed paramours have made headlines with an apparent reconciliation in recent weeks, following Stewart's profuse public apology to Pattinson regarding her dalliance with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director, Rupert Sanders.
For the skeptical among us, Stewart and Pattinson's reunion - which has included a joint, awkward and giggly interview on MTV First - could be viewed as an attempt to smooth things over ahead of the final "Twilight" film's release November 16. Yet however you may view their pairing - publicity stunt, true love, somewhere in between, or none of the above - Stewart's absolutely fine leaving it open to interpretation.
"Funny you mention that," she replied when "Today's" Savannah Guthrie asked whether she and Pattinson were officially back on. "I'm just going to let people watch whatever little movie they would like to think our lives are. Go for it. Keep them guessing, I always say."
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