Kirsten Dunst Is Into Curling

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Kirsten Dunst maintained a low profile this Fashion Week, and only attended Rodarte and Patrik Ervell’s shows and the Opening Ceremony party. “I don’t know if I looked out for trends. I guess I was having too much fun! A lot of black.” she said at last night’s opening of Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum’s Rodarte exhibit. However, she isn’t excited about fall’s fur explosion. “You know what, I don’t hate on people that wear fur, obviously, but I just, as an actress I know that I repre — like, people go, ‘Oh, she looks cool in that,’ and it’s not my fave. I don’t want animals being killed for — it’s not my favorite thing.”

Since she’s working on a new film, Dunst also hasn’t had much time for the Olympics. “I feel actually like a bad human being for not watching, just a bad human being. I’m like, ugh. I didn’t even watch the Opening Ceremony this year — I didn’t even know which day it was on.” Dunst was unsure which sport she’d choose given the opportunity to compete in the Games herself. “Oh God, I just said the bobsled because it’s Cool Runnings and I loved that movie when I was younger,” she said. “But I think I’d want to be a figure skater because they have really pretty outfits. Or a skier. Skier or figure skater. What if I said — what’s the one where they brush really fast?” She paused to make brushing motions. “Yeah, it’s like —” She made more brushing motions. That would be curling, darling.

Kirsten Dunst Is Into Curling