In a candid new interview with AnOther magazine, the 25-year-old actress calls celebrities capitalizing on their personal lives "bulls**t."
"People who are interested in selling a life as if it's a comic book story? It's just money, money, money, money," Stewart says. "It's just bulls**t distraction, and a lot of people make a lot of money on that, because we wanna get distracted."
At the same time, the Clouds of Sils Maria star admits that she wishes she could be much more uninhibited.
"I wish I could dance like nobody was watching," Stewart shares. "I danced the other night and it felt so fu**in’ good. And it’s so not like me. I envy people like that so much. I'm pretty physical, but I really need to let myself go. Honestly, I just wish I could f**kin' dance more. That's all."
"I've never fed into it," she told the Hollywood Reporter in a podcast in December. "I've never had a public Twitter, I've never had a public Facebook or things where people go on and look at your every move, like Instagram and stuff like that, because it's just so empty and distracting. I don't understand how so many people don't view it as what it is, which is nothing at all. It's just nothing, all of it -- it doesn't exist. And so yeah, it's weird -- but it makes sense."
"It supports a demand from a lot of bored people," she added. "[It produces] a lot of money, a lot of hits on websites."
"There's just not enough hours in the day for it really," the Whiskey Tango Foxtrot star said. “We [she and Amy Poehler] both work a lot. And if we have time that we're not working, we want to be with our kids. I'm not going to be curating what my meal looked like for Instagram or something."
"I'm just waiting to be able to show my nipples," Fey also joked, referring to Instagram's no nipple policy. "If I can't show my nipples, I don't want any part of it."