Kristen Stewart sizzles in backless beaded halter top for ‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ appearance

Kristen Stewart doesn’t care what you think.

The “Twilight” actress shimmered in a see-through halter top with nothing underneath as she appeared on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” to promote her newest movie Monday night — and she also had plenty to say about her controversial Rolling Stone cover.

Stewart, 33, wore a Mônot pre-fall 2024 look consisting of a backless halter crafted from strands of beads and a long black maxi skirt, going sans bra under the sheer, sparkling top.

Stewart appeared on “The Late Show” to promote her new movie, “Love Lies Bleeding.” Scott Kowalchyk/CBS
The star strut her stuff in NYC on March 11. GC Images
She added black sunglasses to her monochromatic look. Kristin Callahan/Shutterstock
Stewart is promoting her latest project, called “Love Lies Bleeding.” Kristin Callahan/Shutterstock

Stewart paired her skirt with sheer black Wolford knee-highs ($35) and beige Chanel heels as she chatted about everything from her latest project to her thoughts on Donald Trump.

The Chanel ambassador — who rocked a no-pants look to the “Love Lies Bleeding” premiere last week — wore her hair tied up in a messy topknot, carrying a quilted black bag from the French fashion house as she arrived at Colbert’s studio.

She also rocked a pair of classic black Ray-Ban shades ($171) as she posed for photographers on the street.

Stewart chatted about her racy Rolling Stone cover. Scott Kowalchyk/CBS
The “Love Lies Bleeding” star went with a pantsless look for the movie’s premiere last week. Getty Images for A24
The star’s Rolling Stone cover drew some critiques, though Stewart was quick to shrug them off on the “Late Show.” Collier Schorr, Artist Commissions

During their interview, Colbert mentioned that he was “asked by CBS not to show” her racy Rolling Stone cover (although he did anyway), sharing that he thought it was “perfectly lovely.”

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“I want to say that you look better in a jockstrap than I ever did,” the late-night host joked, adding the cover — which shows Stewart posing with her hand down a white undergarment — “upset a lot of people.”

Calling the backlash she received “sexist and homophobic,” Stewart ultimately had a message for those offended by the cover.

“F—k you,” she exclaimed before quipping, “but I never will!”