After scoring a nomination at the Oscar Awards for her bold role as Princess Diana in Spencer, American actress Kristen Stewart is already onto the next project. Stewart took to close friend and hairstylist CJ Romeo’s Instagram account on Wednesday 8 June to announce her upcoming queer ghost hunting show describing it as the “most gayest, most fun-nest” show.
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WHERE IT ALL BEGAN
In an interview with The New Yorker in November 2021, Kristen Stewart mentioned that she had a few projects in the works including a television series with her fiancée Dylan Meyer and teased the queer ghost-hunting reality show.
At the time, she described the show as “a paranormal romp in a queer space”.
“Gay people love pretty things. So we are aiming for a richness,” explained the 32-year-old actress.
KRISTEN STEWART SENDS OUT CASTING CALL
Kristen Stewart will be teaming up with Scout Productions, best known for their work on Queer Eye, How to Get the Guy and The Antonio Treatment on her new exciting queer ghost hunting show.
Stewart added the show is the “most titillating queer ghost hunting show ever”.
“We need to find the most incredible LGBTQI+ ghost hunters, paranormal specialists, mediums, psychics, investigators who will lead the pack on this super gay ghost hunting adventure,” she said in the Instagram video.
The second slide of the Instagram post highlights that a “major streamer” is sending the casting call.
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KRISTEN STEWART AND DYLAN MEYER
Stewart announced her engagement to screenwriter Dylan Meyer in November 2021 revealing that Meyer had popped the question.
Speaking to Howard Stern on his YouTube show as per Elle, Stewart said: “The day that I met her, all bets were off.”
“I was like, ‘Where have I been and how have I not known you?’ She’s been, like, living in LA alongside my life somehow but not ever converging?”