|Will Ferrell on 'Conan'|
Funnyman Will Ferrell, currently doing press for his new film 'The Campaign,' stopped by Conan on Thursday night. Host Conan O'Brien almost immediately knew that something was bothering Ferrell.
Ferrell was at first reluctant to share his emotions with fellow Irish American O'Brien, but soon let loose as to what was bothering him.
In what appeared to be a spoof of super-fan Nutty Madam's tearful video post about Kristen's cheating, he said: "I don't know if you follow the news at all, but there's this actress, Kristen Stewart and she goes by K-Stew, and she had a boyfriend Robert Pattinson - he's R-Patz - and she cheated on him. And they've broken up, they're not going to get back together, ever."
"What they had was so special Conan, you don't even know what they had, they were in love and she just threw it all away."
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, both of 'Twilight' fame, both made headlines recently when it came to light that Stewart had been cheating on Pattinson with her director from 'Snow White and The Huntsman' Rupert Sanders. Sanders is married with two children. The scandal reportedly left Pattinson feeling humiliated and heartbroken.
"I don't know if there was anything I could have done to prevent this," said a comically emotional Ferrell. "I don't know what it means to the 'Twilight' franchise. It's not going to be fine ever! (shouting) It's never going to be fine.
"She is a trampire, that's what she is!" proclaimed Ferrell, to which the audience responded with laughter and applause.
Check out the hilarious video here:
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