Dan Wootton: Moody little madam Kristen Stewart - how could you?
How could she? How could she? HOW COULD SHE?
Her grovelling - and panicked - apology this week after being caught red-handed with her Snow White And The Huntsman director Rupert Sanders was completely hollow.
It felt as if she was more concerned about getting caught than anything else.
If the Twilight actress had shown even the tiniest amount of public affection towards R-Pattz in public over the last couple of years then I might believe she is genuine.
I also need to take a moment for Rupert's wife Liberty Ross. The model and mother to Rupert's two children played Kristen's mum in Snow White. Imagine how she must be feeling now.
It's going to be tough, but I hope both Robert and Liberty can walk away.
HERO: DAVID BECKHAM
It takes a special sort of person to have their dreams cruelly dashed only to immediately bounce back with more vigour and passion.
But that is exactly what Becks has done after being, inexplicably in my opinion, left out of the Team GB football side.
Without this man, London may well not have won the Olympics back in 2005 in the first place.
At least the organisers of the games have done the right thing by giving David what he describes as a 'small' part in tonight's opening ceremony.
He'll be alongside other international sporting greats like Muhammad Ali which is exactly where he belongs.
I have been looking forward to these Olympics for the last seven years and I plan to throw myself into it.
The first event I'm going to see is the gymnastics on Sunday night and I can't wait. Finally let the games begin!