Last week, Kristen Stewart and her lickable armpits emerged from a cloud of viciously unfair slut-shaming to promote her new movie 'On the Road' at the Toronto International Film Festival, thus marking her first public appearance since she acted like the 22-year-old human being she is and did something stupid.

Stewart put on a brave face for the premiere, and rather than being pelted with the rotten tomatoes she probably expected, she was instead greeted by crowds holding signs that said things like "Talent, Beauty, Strength and Courage -- We stand by Kristen always" and "We are always with you Kristen Stewart."

Obviously touched by the show of support, Stewart told the AP, "You expect a lot of people at a 'Twilight' premiere, but showing up at an 'On the Road' Toronto film festival screening and seeing that amount of people is absolutely, disarmingly amazing. It felt pretty cool."

In November, she'll have to make what will almost surely be some rather awkward red-carpet appearances with her now ex-boyfriend Robert Pattinson when the final chapter of the 'Twilight' saga bows, but she seems ready, saying, "We're going to be fine. We're totally fine."