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Robert Pattinson Believes in "the One" — Do You?

Robert Pattinson Believes in "the One" — Do You?

Twilight's Bella may find "the one," but Kristen Stewart doesn't believe he exists. When Pop's Molly asked Kristen if she believes in "the one," the actress defended her doubt saying that she doesn't believe there are "chosen ones" who find their soul mates and other unlucky people who don't. What does she believe? That different levels of love can be achieved.

Yet, when Molly popped the same question to Robert Pattinson, he had a very different answer. "Ahh, maybe," he said. "Yeah, yeah — I think so." Not too convincing, but more starry-eyed than realist Kristen. Could get awkward if they really are together, as they seemed to be in Paris last week!

Do you believe there's one for everyone? What if your partner disagrees?

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dana-stewart dana-stewart 6 years
I completlly agree with Rob. A couple is "the one whole" so every human has his "half".
huntedvampire huntedvampire 6 years
anybody can be the one! but not all of us, a chosen one!lol!
hypnoticmix hypnoticmix 6 years
Haha at Pistil
hypnoticmix hypnoticmix 6 years
Haha at Pistil
Pistil Pistil 6 years
I believe in the One, and the One after that, and the One after that...
tlsgirl tlsgirl 6 years
Not really. I'm very happy with my partner, but I don't think there's just one for everyone. What if your "one" got hit by a bus? I refuse to believe in an idea that would have you be lonely forever after.
hypnoticmix hypnoticmix 6 years
I voted yes, but, I see "The One" more as a title than a (one). In a world with 7billion people that has to be at least a few dozen out there who would fit your criteria of The One, so I wouldn't take it as there is only one individual out there who is your soul mate.
bsprague01 bsprague01 6 years
I agree more with Kristen's assessment. I believe you can find the "one" that you are content to live the rest of your life with, but at the same time I'm sure there are a few "ones" out there and it just depends on where your path in life takes you. People grow and change all the time and so do relationships. I think that if more people were more thoughtful on picking someone based on similar interests, goals, feelings, ect than just on chemistry/lust/love alone then more marriages might actually stand the test of time.
Chrstne Chrstne 6 years
Believing in "the one" as in there is *only* one person on this planet who is destined to be with you is just BS. A single person will be compatible with billions of people, and billions they will never meet. You just happen to stick with the person who makes you the happiest out of all the other people you have ever met, while forsaking those you will never meet or may distantly meet.
Chrstne Chrstne 6 years
Believing in "the one" as in there is *only* one person on this planet who is destined to be with you is just BS. A single person will be compatible with billions of people, and billions they will never meet. You just happen to stick with the person who makes you the happiest out of all the other people you have ever met, while forsaking those you will never meet or may distantly meet.
totygoliguez totygoliguez 6 years
I do believe there is love, but I don't believe there is a specific person you have to love. To me, love comes and goes, just because it didn't work doesn't mean that you didn't love that person ( I really hate when people say that they thought they loved that person, if you though you loved someone is because you did). I also believe that relationships take more than love. They take work and a lot of patiences and humility. To answer the question, I don't believe there is "the one". I do believe ,however, in chemistry.
biarose biarose 6 years
I'm not really into twilight or anything, but seriously if you have ever seen or read an interview with Robert Pattinson, you would realize he is quite a down to earth guy. I don't think it's fair to call him a 'douche bag'. I think it's a bit of a fantasy to think that there is just one person in the world who is your soul mate, realistically there is probably plenty of people who you could settle down with and be happy with.
biarose biarose 6 years
I'm not really into twilight or anything, but seriously if you have ever seen or read an interview with Robert Pattinson, you would realize he is quite a down to earth guy. I don't think it's fair to call him a 'douche bag'.I think it's a bit of a fantasy to think that there is just one person in the world who is your soul mate, realistically there is probably plenty of people who you could settle down with and be happy with.
genesisrocks genesisrocks 6 years
I do believe in the "the one" and I also believe very few people find that person.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 6 years
No, I don't believe there's "The One" for everybody. However, I do believe there's "The One" for me. :)
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 6 years
No, I don't believe there's "The One" for everybody.However, I do believe there's "The One" for me. :)
sourcherry sourcherry 6 years
lol, great answers here! I guess I agree with Kirsten, different levels of love can be achieved. I mean, believing there's just one person for you in the whole world would mean that practically none of us would actually find that person. Unless there would be fate involved, which I don't believe in at all. I think we meet more than one person that could be "the one": a person with whom we could spend a happy life with, as long as both parts are willing to work on it.
sourcherry sourcherry 6 years
lol, great answers here!I guess I agree with Kirsten, different levels of love can be achieved. I mean, believing there's just one person for you in the whole world would mean that practically none of us would actually find that person. Unless there would be fate involved, which I don't believe in at all. I think we meet more than one person that could be "the one": a person with whom we could spend a happy life with, as long as both parts are willing to work on it.
juicebox07 juicebox07 6 years
I don't think there's the "one" for everybody. I know plenty of people who die alone without a S.O.
snarkypants snarkypants 6 years
anything he believes in, i believe the opposite. i mean, he doesn't believe in good hygiene!
Pampire Pampire 6 years
Rob is not a douchebag, by far! He is a very lovely man. I believe in "the one" however I think there are several "ones" its up to yourself to determine whom the best for you might be.
b1uebunn b1uebunn 6 years
I think the concept of "the One" is one of the major reasons we have such a high divorce rate. People are expecting that when they find this "One" there will be flowers and ponies and magic. Relationships are work. They are great and rewarding and amazing, but they are also work. There are fights. There are hard times. The whole idea that you'll have this one magic person who can make it all sunshine and fairies is ridiculous.
runningesq runningesq 6 years
ladies, ladies, why the hate? ;) (yes, I do hate myself for liking this series. It's something I'm working on :P)
runningesq runningesq 6 years
ladies, ladies, why the hate? ;)(yes, I do hate myself for liking this series. It's something I'm working on :P)
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 6 years
I think Rob misunderstood the question, he probably heard "do you think you are a douche.bag?"
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