Comedian Will Ferrell dubs Kristen Stewart 'trampire'

ANI4 August 2012

New York, August 4 (ANI): A helplessly tearful Will Ferrell called Twilight actress Kristen Stewart a "trampire" on Thursday night on a TV programme in the middle of an emotional breakdown over the 'Twilight' actress' break up with co-star Robert Pattinson.

The 45-year-old appeared inconsolable while discussing the couple's split, which occurred after recent pictures of Stewart smooching director Rupert Sanders surfaced in the media.

"What they had was so special Conan," the New York Daily News quoted him as saying.

"You don't even know what they had. They were, they were in love and she just threw it all away," he said.

But when the programme host attempted to calm him down, "Old School" comedian just lashed out.

"It's not going to be fine ever," he said.

"It's never going to be fine. What they had was so special, you don't even know," Ferrell said, claiming that O'Brien had never been in love like the tween heartthrobs.

Ferrell even blamed himself and feared for the future.

"I don't know if there was anything I could have done to prevent it," Ferrell said. I don't know what it means to the 'Twilight' franchise. I just don't know," he added. (ANI)

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