"A few weeks ago I was at this event, and they said, 'You missed Rob's birthday, how do you feel? She has a billion or more reasons to be perfectly content with her relationship with Paris Lastis.
' And I said, 'I called him, it's fine.' And they wrote, 'She's clearly bitter over the breakup.' I'm like, awkward happened with Rob, Kristen, and Nikki..it from someone who knows a thing about girl drama and love triangles. Mad because her BFF went after a guy she was crushing on? She's hardly crying over not being the object of Pattinson's affections.
Nikki being all needy and trying to get Rob to notice her..want her..he wanted Kristen. Is because I don't think Kristen could havestarted a relationship with Rob..still remain friends with Nikki.
One day Kristen and Nikki are such besties they're vacationing and shacking up together, then enter Robsten shenanigans, and Nikki's Rob-gushing comes to a halt, along with her constantly being at K. And best of all, Nik can take a hand-in-hand stroll in public with her man, while Rob and Kristen are confined to their hotel rooms. Either way, pretty sure we know which side Team Awful would rather be on.
Trust us on this, though—Nikki could care less now.
She said (and we covered this a while ago) that “ is the time at the beginning of filming, when everything was innocent.
Hollywood Life claims that in this video Nikki disses Robert Pattinson as a liar and confirms a feud with him and his now-girlfriend, Kristen Stewart.
Sometimes I would tell him half jokingly that I wanted to scream it out to the world on a megaphone, because that’s what being in love made me feel like doing. Although my mom sensed there was something unusually dark about him, I always argued that it was self-induced.
Besides, I couldn’t let myself believe that I was too good for him.
[From Seventeen, written by Nikki Reed] That to me is way more revealing than the fact that she called Robert a good story teller.
She’s married at this point, so you would think she’d be over this though.
(Not necessarily in that order and more background is here.) So there’s probably bad blood there but I doubt they’re seething at each behind the scenes.
I think the most telling thing in Seventeen, though, is this first person work of “fiction” Nikki wrote about a young girl in love with a charismatic guy who convinced her that they should keep their romance a secret: It had been almost a year since we began dating, but nobody knew about us.
Only a few friends at school were allowed to know about us, and they were mostly hand selected by him.