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Lindsay Kimble
September 14, 2015 05:40 PM

Kristen Stewart has no respect for tears on the diamond.

The actress re-created a memorable scene from A League of Their Own with the help of MTV News Correspondent Josh Horowitz on Sunday.

Using popular lip-syncing app Dubsmash, Stewart and Horowitz took on the roles of Tom Hanks and Bitty Schram from the 1992 comedy.

“Are you crying?” Stewart mouths to a visibly upset Horowitz. “Are you crying? Are you crying?! There’s no crying in baseball!”

The pair recorded the humorous clip, shared to Horowitz’s Instagram, at the Toronto International Film Festival, where Stewart is promoting drama Equals.

“Kristen Stewart says ‘there’s no crying in baseball!’ Dubsmash awesomeness,” wrote Horowitz.

The journalist also got Stewart’s costar Nicholas Hoult in on the fun.

Hoult, who plays the Twilight actress’ love interest in the film, tackled a scene from 1994’s Pulp Fiction.

“Bring out the gimp,” Hoult lip-synchs to Horowitz, playing the role of Peter Greene’s Zed.

“Dubsmash-ing with Nicholas Hoult,” Horowitz captioned.

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