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Kevin Hart: Forigive Kristen Stewart

2012-09-07 09:57
 
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Los Angeles - Kevin Hart urged the public to forgive Kristen Stewart for cheating on Robert Pattinson at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards.

The comedian presented the ceremony that was held at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles and decided to "address the elephant in the room" by discussing her affair with Rupert Sanders.

The 32-year-old told the audience: "Everybody's mad at Kristen Stewart for making a mistake. She allegedly messed around with the director of Snow White and the Huntsman.

"If she did, so what? It's over. Move on. Look on the bright side, they're now a part of the seven dwarfs. You've got sleepy, grumpy, adultery, cheating."

'If you made a mistake... So what!'

The actress was caught cheating on her Twilight co-star and real-life boyfriend of three years in mid-July.

Kevin continued: "The point that I'm making is this, if you made a mistake... So what!"

The star claimed that he would be making mistakes of his own hosting the show and went on to mention numerous mistakes the network had made in its history.

"I'm going to make mistakes because people made mistakes before. Kanye West... Britney Spears and Madonna when they kissed... Russell Brand hosted - twice," he continued to say.

The 2012 MTV Video Music Awards will air tonight on MTV (channel 321) at 21:00 C.A.T.

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