Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart may not have asked for it but Jerry Springer is handing out advice to the former couple anyway.
To be sure, even though these words of wisdom were unsolicited by Robsten, one source really did want to know what the chat show veteran thinks about the consequences of the cheating scandal that broke these two apart.
Hollywood Life asked the 68-year-old Springer what he thinks about this volatile situation, and the very verbal arbiter of such things said that because Kristen Stewart didn't come clean by herself rather than being caught in a compromising position with Rupert Sanders courtesy some very cagey snoopers, he isn't so sure the now depressed actress is sorry for what she did to Rob.
Springer said, "[Cheating] doesn't have to end a relationship. It can, but the only way it doesn't is if the person who did the cheating is not just sorry [that the person] got caught."
As for any advice to Kstew and RPattz should they try to repair the damage and try again to be a loving couple, Jerry says that there are some steps to take. One is to go to therapy together but this relationships expert believes the counseling won't work unless both parties are fully committed to being there to work through the problems with the help of a professional.
To be sure, this is the case for any conflict tackled by going to a therapist. If you are just sitting there talking garbage and not really meaning what you are saying then chances are you were better off not going in the first place.
That said, do you think Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart should follow Jerry Springer's advice? Do you think these two can get back together if the two work hard enough to really make things right? Will Rob be able to forgive and forget what Kristen did? Will she do it again if he does? Stay tuned.