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Kristen Stewart on 'Breaking Dawn' Promo With Robert Pattinson: "We're Going to Be Fine"

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Sep. 9 2012, Published 2:39 p.m. ET

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She's currently busy promoting On the Road, but soon Kristen Stewart will be starting a rigorous promotional campaign for the final installment of the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2.

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After Kristen and Robert Pattinson bowed out of four fan conventions (three of which have yet to take place), many speculated that more disjointed media appearances were to follow after all, it's rumored that the supercouple and the most recognizable faces from the mega-hit Twilight franchise are no longer speaking to each other.

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But while walking the red carpet for On the Road, Kristen said, "We're going to be fine. We're totally fine," when asked about the pending, sure-to-be-awkward appearances.

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The On the Road event came, of course, after news of her cheating scandal with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders broke, and Kristen went into kind of a self-imposed exile.

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"I was a little nervous, obviously. I'm always nervous before a red carpet," she told the AP. "“To be honest, I was just kind of telling myself, like, just don’t black out. Be there, don’t just figuratively put your head down and barrel through it. Be there, appreciate it. Luckily, I was very much able to do that."

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