Kristen Stewart started off her episode hosting Saturday Night Live on Feb. 4 with a hilarious monologue addressing tweets that President Donald Trump made about her back in 2012. As the actor closed the monologue, Kristen Stewart dropped an F-bomb on SNL and she even seemed shocked at the curse word she used. The profanity did not seem to be censored live on TV and it was not directed to the president. Actually, it seemed like an accident. "We’ve got a great show, and I totally care that I’m here because it’s the coolest f*cking thing," Stewart says to the audience, before realizing what just came out of her mouth. She continued, shocked: "Oh my god, and I’m sorry, and Alessia Cara is also here and I’ll never come back.”
SNL cast members Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant, who were with Stewart on stage, looked shocked at the error as well. They had joined Stewart, who had stated that she was happy to be hosting and wasn't "too cool for school" like many people thought she might be. Earlier in the monologue, Stewart responded to old tweets by Trump, who had tweeted about her breakup with Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson during 2012 and 2013, before his presidency. "Donald, if you didn't like me then, you really won't like me know," she says during her monologue. "I'm hosting SNL and I'm so gay now."
The f-bomb did not seem to be bleeped out for the East Coast broadcast of the show and it truly did seem like an accident and not planned. While Stewart may be fined by FCC for the incident, it was still a stellar monologue for Stewart.
Watch the video of the moment below, but please note that the uncensored profanity is in it.