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Watch Kristen Stewart talk R-Pattz, drop an awkward f-bomb and confirm she's "so gay"

Also addresses the whole Donald Trump dramz.

By: Natasha Harding

The next chapter in the Kristen Stewart and Donald Trump saga is here and it’s probs the best yet.

Rewind back to 2012 and their ~tense~ (read: weird) relationship kicked off when K-Stew and Robert Pattinson were going through a rough time amidst cheating rumours and DT, for some reason, decided to offer his two cents on Twitter.

Since then, the whole thing has been simmering under the surface until Trump was elected president and K-Stew opened up about how ‘obsessed’ he had been with her all those years ago.

Now Kristen hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live and of course she decided to set the record straight about the President sitch once and for all.

Kris started by saying she felt a little nervous about hosting the show because she doesn’t think Don "likes me that much, here's how I know.”

Aaand then she went into the Tweets and her rundown of the events is hilariously on point.

“Four years ago this guy I was dating this guy named rob. Robert. We broke up and then we got back together, and for some reason it made Donald Trump go insane," Kristen explains.

But rather than tweeting about their relationships once or twice, K-Stew highlights he actually commented on her relationship with Rob 11 TIMES.

It started with this:

Then escalated to this:

Before Don went and invited Rob to hit up the Miss Universe pageant with him:

The only logical conclusion, Kristen says, is that, “I don’t think he hated me, I think he was in love with my boyfriend.”

She went on to taunt Don about her take on the events saying, “You probs won’t like me now because I’m hosting SNL and I’m like soo gay dude.”

And like that, K-Stew became our favourite person ever.

But wait, there's more.

Kristen finished her intro by saying she was sooooo frekkin’ thrilled to be hosting the show and accidentally dropped the f-bomb in all the excitement.

"It's the coolest f**king—oops!" she said

Now THAT, my friends, is how to open a show.

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