Kristen Stewart Drops F-Bomb During SNL Opening Monologue

Kristen Stewart gave Donald Trump ammunition for his next anti-Saturday Night Live tweetstorm — but probably not for the reason she intended.

The onetime Twilight leading lady — who hosted this weekend’s show — began her opening monologue by recalling how, back in 2012, the current POTUS went off on her (via Twitter, natch) for allegedly cheating on then-boyfriend Robert Pattinson with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders. 

“I don’t think Donald Trump hated me,” she said, “I think he was in love with my boyfriend.”

She then added, “But Donald if you didn’t like me then you’re probably really not going to like me now because I’m hosting SNL and I’m, like, so gay, dude.”

But Stewart saved her best zinger for last. At the end of her monologue, the over-enthusiastic actress (oh, the irony!) dropped an F-bomb while introducing musical guest Alessia Cara.

“We’ve got a great show, and I totally care that I’m here because it’s the coolest f—ing thing ever,” she said, before immediately covering her mouth and exclaiming, “Oops! Oh my god, and I’m sorry….  And Alessia Cara is also here and I’ll never come back.”

Watch video of her little slip-up below, and then scroll down further to watch her entire monologue.

Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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  1. Big Mike says:


  2. Elie says:

    America needs to get over curse words on national TV. The rest of the world does not give a FORK! Guns and violence are OK but sex and cursing no? Effed up morals!

    • Tom says:

      THANK YOU! After like 10 PM on British television from what I understand it wouldn’t have been a huge issue

    • Ben says:

      My goodness, swearing on TV is so 90s. I think people need to get over the idea that curse words on TV is in any way interesting or intelligent. They actively make things harder to enjoy because they get substituted for intelligent dialogue.

      • Elie says:

        There’s nothing either intelligent or dumb about cursing. It’s just the way ppl talk and it should not be censored. If you don’t enjoy it, then watch something else or go read the Bible.

  3. Billy Bob Johnson says:

    I knew you would jump right on this.

  4. Steven says:

    As soon as I watched it I came here for an article. Wasn’t dissapointed!

  5. Nicole Recchia says:

    Ha. I loved it

  6. Kevin says:

    Poor K-Stew. She doesn’t know that you can’t say the F-word on live TV.

  7. abz says:

    I didn’t even watch but doesn’t SNL air at like 11:00pm? I don’t get this huge fuss over cursing on an adult comedy show airing late Saturday night.

  8. Kim says:

    That’s the most animated and happy looking I’ve ever seen her. SNL airs at 11:35 pm. Who cares? I’ve watched some shows from England and you should hear what they say, do, and show during “prime time” hours.

  9. Sandy says:

    Tonight is a hilarious show. Still enjoying it, and McCarthy nailed it as Spicer.

  10. MTB says:

    And nothing will be done about this and somehow it will be Trumps fault. fake hollywood is a joke.

  11. Kim W says:

    Lol honest mistakes

  12. LaurieE says:

    It was totally uplanned, she seemed shocked as anyone that it came out of her mouth. It’s not “prime time” television, I don’t think any of us have been mortally wounded…..

  13. einat162 says:

    I’m a huge fan of her in general, but she’s only human :-)

  14. Russ Alman says:

    They blacked it out completely on the west coast. As if we wouldn’t immediately look it up online to see what actually happened. SMH

  15. Jerri says:

    Ah, the f-bomb, the only bomb that’s not ok to show on television…

    • Rex the Wonder Dog says:

      Just the major broadcast networks. Obviously with cable anything goes. And I even heard it on PBS a time or two.

  16. “Don’t frakkin’ curse…” But let’s make someone else doing it into a headline!

  17. Darsan54 says:

    Hey…..Saturday Night..LIVE !!!!

    Kristin you just rose a 1,000 percent in my esteem.

  18. Grand Mesa says:

    I didn’t catch it.


  20. Aeol says:

    I honestly didn’t even notice it. I was so distracted by how exruciating the rest of her monologue was and that fugly dress.

  21. Brae D says:

    It’s literally a curse word, almost everyone over the age of 12 uses them on a daily basis, getc the hell over it America.

  22. Allie says:

    This girl is so thirsty and trying so hard to be hip it’s funny. What a silly child.

  23. Jim says:

    Kirsten Stewart’s monologue was much better than McCarthy’s part.