Kristen Stewart has revealed that British singer Adele helped inspire her for her latest role in 'Snow White And The Huntsman'.
The actress, who plays the iconic role of Snow White in the dark retelling of the fairytale, has revealed that she would listen to the 'Someone Like You' singer on her iPod before shooting scenes.
In an interview with the Chicago Sun-Times, Kristen said: "I had Adele on my iPod all the time while doing Snow White. I choreographed whole marches with the army behind me to Adele in my one ear."
Kristen, who was spotted kissing her boyfriend Robert Pattinson last week at Cannes Film Festival, continued: "Adele is really good for the Snow White story, almost oddly good. She hits the nail on the head for me, and her words are incredible."
But Adele couldn't help the 22-year-old get used to horse-riding, which is one activity that Kristen just didn't take to.
"Riding a horse was the worst part of the movie," she said. "The dynamic between horse and rider is not for me.
"I'll happily watch a horse run around a pasture, I'll even run with him but I hate riding horses. But it's cool to watch people genuinely uncomfortable on screen.
Ahead of the movie's world premiere in London, Kristen revealed that she wasn't a fan of 'girl power' movies but this is one role that she felt she could relate to.
"I hate girl power movies when the people who are in it are not girls.
"What I really loved about this was you’ve got someone who has the gusto, you can totally sit as an audience member and take all the satisfaction watching her kick ass."
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