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Some Robert Pattinson News For You!

February 20, 2009

source: Contactmusic

TWILIGHT star ROBERT PATTINSON has turned down the chance to contribute to the soundtrack for the vampire movie’sforthcoming sequel – because he wants to keep music as a back up career.
The British actor is a talented composer, pianist and guitarist and wrote two songs for the original movie, helping the soundtrack top the U.S. album charts upon its release last year (08).
But Pattinson insists he’s now taking a backseat to rockers Paramore, who are penning the title track to the movie’s sequel, New Moon – because pursuing music professionally was never his intention.
He tells America’s OK! magazine, “I really didn’t want it to look like I was trying to cash in. Music is my back up plan.”
02/19/2009 07:06:51 PM

source: letterstorob.com

I personally this is one of the CUTEST pictures of Rob….

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source: Robert Pattinson Who
Rob at a Pre-Oscar Party
Rob at Grey Goose’s Pre-Oscar party last night.
source: celebuzz
This is why we all love Rob…we know he’s a sweet guy in person…we believe he will never become scary Hollywood Trash….yay…..

Robert Pattinson threw some serious vampire magic late last night at Coach & Horses pub in Los Angeles.

When the Twilight star showed up with a group of friends at the British-themed bar after 10 p.m last night “the girl I was working with freaked out,” bartender Peter Renaud tells Celebuzz. 

“She went over to his table to serve him. He took it upon himself to introduce himself and shook her hand. And it happened. She turned into a five-year-old girl,” Renaud says.

“From her reaction, he’s clearly as hot in person as he is in film. She was too shy to really say anything to him.”

Pattinson, in town to present at Sunday’s Academy Awards, hung out with primarily British friends for about 2 1/2 hours. Heineken was the drink of choice.

“He was pretty much left alone, it was dark and they chilled,” says Renaud. “Just booze, nice music and conversation.”

Other than that old age-transportation-trick pulled on the bartender perhaps the only remarkable moment of the evening was when one of Pattinson’s group fell off her barstool. “They all had a good laugh about that,” says Renaud.

Oh, and one other note: Robert if you are reading this, your friend Zeb left his hat at the bar.

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