Kristen Stewart is still feeling great about her coming out declaration on Saturday Night Live last month.
Stewart publicly revealed she was gay in her opening monologue on SNL in early February, or as she put it, "I'm so gay, dude." She received a rapturous response from the audience as she revealed what some had been speculating about but weren't sure of for years (despite clear photographic evidence of Stewart with girlfriends).
The actress spoke with Entertainment Weekly recently about the declaration and how she is proud of it.
"I've been talking about it for a really long time! I've lived pretty openly," she said. "I guess because it was simple and straightforward. Just - 'I'm so gay, dude.' In that moment, to make it normal and cool and completely unashamed? It felt really cool."
Stewart has been dating model Stella Maxwell for a while now, and previously dated musician St. Vincent, a.k.a. Annie Clark.
The actress also spoke about the SNL experience itself and how she struggled in rehearsals.
"I couldn't get out one line," she admitted. "I was embarrassed. I was so nervous. Just being on stage with the whole crew - and that cast is epic - and everyone was killing it immediately. I felt like they were all thinking: This poor girl is going to crash and burn."
Luckily things went well for Stewart and she already wants to go back.
"Oh, it was so fun," Stewart said. "If they would have me, I'd go back every year."
Stewart's monologue began with a discussion of her odd relationship with President Donald Trump.
"I'm here to promote my movie 'Twilight', which this week has been on iTunes for eight years. So check it out," she quipped. "I'm a little nervous to be hosting because I know the president's probably watching, and, um, I don't think he likes me that much. Here's how I know."
She went on to list several tweets Trump had made over the years about her love life.