Kristen Stewart Tells Trump She's "Like, So Gay, Dude"

Kristen Stewart Tells Trump She's "Like, So Gay, Dude"

Responding to Trump's infamous 2012 tweets about her breakup with Robert Pattinson, Stewart delivered an 'SNL' monologue not soon to be forgotten.

Responding to Trump's infamous 2012 tweets about her breakup with Robert Pattinson, Stewart delivered an 'SNL' monologue not soon to be forgotten.

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"I'm little nervous to be hosting, because I know that the President's probably watching," actress Kristen Stewart admitted at the beginning of her monologue on Saturday Night Live this past weekend.

She proceeded to recite some tweets that Donald Trump had fired off during the now infamous KPattz breakup back in 2012, in which he had some choice words to say about Stewart.

Ouch. Clearly, Trump was Team Edward.

Stewart didn't seem very phased, joking, "To be fair I don't think Donald Trump hated me; I think he's in love with my boyfriend." This was all just a warm-up for the big reveal, though; halfway through the monologue, Kristen Stewart confirmed the long-standing rumors that she is gay.

Stewart, who's been romantically linked to both men and women (St. Vincent, Stella Maxwell, Soko and Alicia Cargile have all been part of the rumor mill), has never defined her sexual orientation to the press. This weekend marked the first time the Cafe Society star has publicly identified herself as gay, addressing Trump directly when she said: "Donald, if you didn't like me then, you're really probably not going to like me now because I'm hosting SNL and I'm like, so gay, dude."

Her remark was met with loud cheers from the audience. This was an exciting admission inherently, but doubly significant as the Trump's administration has a track record of anti-LGBTQ sentiments. The political move set the tone for the rest of the night, which was heavily laden with political skits (including a killer Melissa McCarthy as an indignant Sean Spicer).

Stewart rounded out her monologue by accidentally dropping the F-Bomb, making her speech one of the more memorable openers of the season. Watch the full video below.

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