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Sat Oct 25 10:48:55 SAST 2014

Kristen Stewart feels snubbed by the Golden Globes

Bang Showbiz | 16 December, 2012 13:33
Kristen Stewart. File photo.

The 22-year-old 'Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part Two' star thinks she has been disrespected as she wasn't nominated for her performance in the big screen adaptation of 'On The Road' and wants to win awards for her work.

A source told HollywoodLife.com: "Kristen, like any actor or actress, wants their work respected and rewarded. Not being honoured with a nomination has just lit a fire under her to be work even harder in the future."

The insider hinted that Kristen is still hoping to be recognised at other award ceremonies, saying: "All the [nominations] haven't been announced for other awards shows, so she may have missed the Golden Globes, but that doesn't mean she has missed out on everything else."

Stewart recently admitted she is still eager to lock down new projects despite confirming she will take on a sexy new role in the upcoming romantic comedy 'Focus' with Ben Affleck in April.

The brunette beauty previously said: "I can confirm that rumour. It's a comedy. I'm really excited about it. We start shooting in April. I would love to find some micro-project before then, because April is kind of a ways away."

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