Kristen Stewart Is A Sexy Rock Star In Rolling Stones' 'Ride 'Em On Down' MV; Robert Pattinson Mesmerized By Ex's Sex Appeal?

Kristen Stewart is making headlines once again, this time, in the music industry. The sexy brunette rocks out in Rolling Stone's newest music video "Ride 'Em On Down." And it looks like her ex-boyfriend, Robert Pattinson, was mesmerized by her oozing sex appeal in the said MV.

"Twilight" star Kristen Stewart recently starred in Rolling Stone's comeback music video for "Ride 'Em On Down." The actress looks like a total rock star wearing a ripped hanging white top matched with tight jeans. Stewart was such a tease as she sucked on a blue lollipop while dancing to the tune of Rolling Stone's newest hit.

The 26-year-old actress also wowed fans with her fierce aura throughout the MV and her jaw-dropping pole dance at the gas station. But perhaps, the most impressed with them all is Stewart's former flame, Robert Pattinson.

The "Remember Me" heartthrob was reportedly proud of Stewart's newest gig and was "super impressed" that she landed the part. Apparently, both stars are huge fans of the legendary rock band. Pattinson was also reportedly mesmerized by Stewart's sex appeal in Rolling Stone's "Ride 'Em On Down" MV.

"Rob's a huge fan and knows Kristen is too. He knows she must have been super psyched to work on this. And yes, he thought Kristen pulled off some pretty sexy dance moves," an insider revealed to Hollywood Life. "She's doing her thing, and he's proud of her."

This is not the first time Stewart appeared in a music video. The actress also starred in Jenny Lewis' "Just One Of The Guys" MV alongside Anne Hathaway and Brie Larson.

Rolling Stone's music video for "Rock 'Em On Down" already hit more than 2 million views since its release on December 1. The song is the first single from their new album titled "Blue & Lonesome" released last December 2.

Check out Rolling Stone's "Rock 'Em On Down" featuring Kristen Stewart in the video below.

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