Kristen Stewart: Twilight sex scenes 'surreal'

Daybreak Daily’s afternoon romp in the pop-culture hay finds a starlet doing likewise, looks into a tragic movie-set death and winds up with a weather-appropriate mystery music video.

SURREAL: Per People, “The pivotal sex scene in the new Twilight film, Breaking Dawn – Part 1, is so steamy that the MPAA originally gave the film an R rating, according to its star Kristen Stewart, who says even she was shocked by what her character does between the sheets.

"There are two big sex scenes in the two [final] films, and we did them fairly early," Stewart, 21, tells the U.K. edition of Glamour.

"It was so weird, it didn't even feel like we were doing a scene within a Twilight film. I was like, 'Bella! What are you doing? Wow! What is happening here?!' It was very surreal."

BOO!: Per the Los Angeles Times, a guide to Halloween programs on TV.

BOO II: Per E!, “Heidi Klum has been the queen of Halloween parties for quite some time, but this year, another Victoria's Secret supermodel is throwing a costume bash on the very same night in NYC. Miranda Kerr is hosting a Halloween party Monday night on the rooftop of new hot spot Catch, while Heidi will hold it down at PH-D inside the Dream Downtown.”

STUNT GONE AWRY: Per the Huffington Post, “A stuntman involved in a planned explosion died on the Bulgarian set of "The Expendables 2" on Thursday night, media reports out of the country confirm.

The Sofia News Agency reports that the stuntman, who was working on a scene with a fake bomb explosion in a rubber boat, died in an accident that also injured two other performers working in a reservoir in the town of Elin Pelin. No further details as to the exact nature of the accident were provided. One of the injured performers is reportedly in critical condition.
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SHOWING HER AGE: Per Radar, “She may not have the rock hard body of her youth, but that hasn’t stopped Britney Spears from hitting the stage of her international tour in similarly scandalous and skimpy costumes. The pop icon kicked off the UK leg of her Femme Fatale tour in London Thursday night, showing off her womanly curves in sexy bras and panties, tiny daisy dukes and S&M style leotards – and has the photos.

GREEN DAY SURPRISE: Per Rolling Stone, “"We're playing a lot of new songs," Billie Joe Armstrong acknowledged about a third of the way through Green Day's intimate New York City show last night. "People hang onto that s*** like it's a sacred cow. I say f*** it – cows are meant to be eaten." And so, much like the band's last-minute Los Angeles show in August, last night's surprise gig on the East Coast served as a test run of sorts for Green Day's upcoming album, with about half of the set list consisting of new material. The show was also being documented for a film about the band's creative process on the new album.”

NO SECONDS: Per Us, “Sometimes it's OK to be a loser -- take it from American Idol runner-up Lauren Alaina, who shed an incredible 25 pounds in just five months. "Changing my diet was the big thing," the 5-foot-7 Georgia native tells the new issue of Us Weekly (out now). "I had to learn correct portion control."

VOICE OVER: Per the AP, “Adele's voice has given her the biggest success this year - and the most trouble. The singer will have throat surgery and has now canceled all tour dates and promotional appearances for the year. Columbia Records announced Friday that the "Rolling in the Deep" singer will have surgery "to alleviate the current issues with her throat." A full recovery is expected.”

QUEEN IN WAITING: Per People, “Boy or girl, the first child of the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William will be able to assume the throne – as historic changes to the rule of succession have gotten the green light. The leaders of the 16 governments with Queen Elizabeth II as their head of state have unanimously agreed to change the laws in their realms.

Under current laws, the immediate heir is the first-born son of the monarch.

Announcing the new deal, British Prime Minister David Cameron said, "Put simply, if the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were to have a little girl, that girl would one day be our queen.”

AND FINALLY: Today’s mystery music video.

--Skip Wood