The 21-year-old Twilight super star, Kristen Stewart, was seen limping around in her Jimmy Choo shoes at the premiere of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1. The Twilight series is four fantasy romance novels by American author Stephenie Meyer. It is a love story about Bella Swan, a teenage girl who falls in love with a 104-year-old vampire named Edward Cullen but might also have feelings for a werewolf named Jacob Black. (I personally have a unicorn collection at home with 200+ figurines, so I am not about to ‘bash’ this story line or those in love with vampires and/or werewolves.)
Since the release of the first novel, Twilight, in 2005 the books have gained immense popularity worldwide. The series has won multiple awards including Children’s Book of the Year. Thus far every book has been made into a motion picture, and this third film may have been the most highly anticipated film to date.
So, millions watched as the Twilight stars strutted down the BLACK carpet outside the Nokia Theater in L.A. for the premiere of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1. Although, Kristen Stewart wasn’t doing as much strutting as she was limping.
She confessed that her feet were in pain due to a stunt injury on the set of the fairytale film Snow White and the Huntsman, where she illustrates Snow White, the only person fairer in the land than the evil queen, Charlize Theron. (Snow White and the Huntsman is the inside cover in the special double issue of this week’s People Magazine, where Bradley Cooper is featured as the sexiest man alive!)
Stewart confessed to Hollywood Access that her feet were hurting her tremendously. "I just hurt my foot on Snow White of course, because I do that to myself all the time." She continued: "I was running around on Snow White and I tend to hurt myself when I get really into stuff, and I did it again."
The actress admits that the Jimmy Choo heels intensified her pain. "I think this is the last interview I'm going to stay in these heels… [the injury is] not that bad, it's just these are crazy killer heels.” Kristen confides, "I'm such a klutz… I hurt myself... (But) I love stunts."
Even if you’re not a Hollywood heart throb or stunt person, if you have a foot or ankle injury, come in to see Dr. Lockwood immediately! Heartland Foot and Ankle Associates is here for all Bloomington, Normal, and central Illinois residents.