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VIDEO: Kristen Stewart Shares Rob's Ideas for Best Kiss

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Jun. 14 2010, Published 5:16 a.m. ET

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We've heard from Robert Pattinson on how he thought he and Kristen Stewart's acceptance speech for Best Kiss at the 2010 MTV Movie Movies could have been better, but now it's Kristen's turn to explain.

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"He did have some pretty funny ones," Kristen told MTV News at a Twilight Saga: Eclipse press junket.

But she has no regrets.

"No, no, definitely not," she said. "I'm really glad that we didn't do his."

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So what was so bad with Rob's ideas?

"He wanted to be hula hooping with a match in his mouth, and then he wanted to light a match while I was juggling and he was hula hooping, and he wanted to put it in my mouth and see if we could make our way over to each other ... it didn't really make a whole lot of sense to me," Kristen laughed. "I was like, 'I can't juggle onstage in shoes. I can barely walk up the stairs.'"

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She makes a good point!

"What's really funny is I really, really don't try to do that stuff. I try to be smooth. This year especially, I was like, I'm just going to give them exactly what they want, I'm going to be totally cool, I'm going to thank everybody," she confessed. "I got up there, and I was like, 'Chris directed the movie, and he's awesome. Thanks.' And I had to get off, like that."

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