The Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson breakup might very well be on the table for discussion during Rob's highly publicized interview on Good Morning America next week. A new report suggests that media outlets and interviewers won't have any kind of topic question limits when Rob sits down to chat with them, and of course, that means the nasty Kristen Stewart cheating scandal might just come up.
New York Post's Page Six is quoting sources "close to ABC" as saying that RPatz' GMA interview on August 15 "has no restrictions," adding that, "Everything's on the table" as far as questions go. Obviously, Robert would probably prefer to discuss his latest film, the David Cronenberg-directed Cosmopolis. Certainly he'd feel more comfortable steering clear of his disastrous love life. But apparently, he's ready to respond, given that interviewers aren't being told to step lightly around the KStew topic.
Unfortunately, Robert Pattinson is most likely going to be asked about the Kristen Stewart scandal that split the two Twilight lovers apart. ABC's Good Morning America is about ratings above anything else, and if the network thinks people are watching because want to know about Rob's tumultuous personal life, an interviewer will go there.
Will fans get the answers they're seeking? Probably not, but between Robert's interview on GMA and his chat with Jon Stewart on The Daily Show, Kristen Stewart is going to come up, given there are no off-limits subjects. It should make for a mighty interesting couple of days!