People's Choice Nominee Kristen Stewart Says Imperfections Make 'Twilight' Team Believable

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Kristen Stewart is one of the most popular new actresses to emerge in the last few years, so it's no surprise that she's nominated for three People's Choice Awards: Favorite Movie Actress, Favorite Movie Star Under 25, and Favorite On Screen Team.

Last summer we had the chance to sit down with Kristen and talk about her work in the Twilight franchise and where that "Favorite On Screen Team" of Kristen, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner finds its chemistry.

"Our movie isn't perfect," she said. "None of our characters are perfect at all. They're all so completely crazy and messed up and that's why they go well together. They don't make excuses for their weirdness and they accept each other for who they are."

Kristen, Taylor and Rob played out one of the most provocative scenes in the Twilight movies in last summer's Eclipse. The famous tent scene had Kristen sleeping between her two onscreen suitors as a winter storm whipped the flimsy tent around them.

"To shoot the scene felt good because she's always wanted Jacob and Edward to level with each other finally," she said. "It's funny that it takes place while she's sleeping in between them.

"It was fun for me to shoot. I didn't have a whole lot to do but it was fun to shoot because I liked the scene so much. I liked what finally happened in the story but I wish it wasn't as hot. I was literally in a beanie and a wig, sweating. Not fun."

And who was the most fun to kiss?

"Um, Dakota [Fanning]. I'm just going to have to say that because it's easier," she said.

Be sure to tune in to CBS on January 5 (9 PM, 8 Central) to see if Jennifer wins a People's Choice Award.

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