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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Justin Bieber Wants To "Work Some Magic" With Rob...

Apparently Justin Bieber wants to hang with Rob... and his hair. At least that's what he reportedly  told the Daily Mirror.



"I love talking to girls and going on dates. My ideal wingman would be Robert Pattinson. We should go to a few showbiz parties and see what happens. He landed back in Los Angeles last week, so maybe we can go and work some of the magic."



"Robert says his hair is a great ice-breaker so maybe we can go up to girls and be like, 'Do you wanna touch our hair?' How about that for an opening line?"

Don't even know what to say.. read the rest.


Photo: Aceshowbiz

19 comments:

  1. Hmm, he actually he have a point

    If Rob came to me out of the blue and told me to touch his hair , I would be all over him in matter of seconds. Lol

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  2. The guy is fummy but well, I doubt Robert would be there for that kind of party... maybe I'm wrong but I just cannot picture the two together...

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  3. Oh Rob's dream come true...to be the wing man of the Bieber kid....see? Prayers DO get answered... #heavysarcasm
    -A-

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  4. Justin Bieber needs a hair cut! my brother had that cut when he was 16, he is now 20...new style please!

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  5. Uh, puh-lease!! He wants Robert to be his wingman? Yeah right! Because that would totally happen, right? Sorry to burst your bubble, Beiber, but Robert hangs out at grown up clubs, not Chuck-E-Cheese!

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  6. Jennifer - I loved your comment, it was the perfect statement to Justin's ridiculous remark. My first reaction when reading this was "ewwwwww".

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  7. uggg, this kid repluses me.

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  8. So Justin ..whatever his name is wants Robert Pattinson to be his wingman to chat girls up for a date..and to work their 'magic' together..yeah..What is this 'boy'..going on about?..as if Rob needs an overated..big headed pop singer(totally loved by Enews and Kim Kardashians)to be ..A Wingman?Sorry to disappoint you Justin,..you may need Rob to work ur magic with girls but Rob certainly don't need you..He can cast a 'Magical Spell'to all girls/women of all ages all on his own!!

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  9. lol Thanks JLC, that was the first thing that popped into my head when I read this. I cannot stand the music industry for the most part these days. Those with no talent whatsoever (ie: Justin Beiber, Miley Cyrus) make it to the top of the charts whereas other people that are actually talented sink to the bottom. Justin got lucky. His 15 minutes of fame will be up sooner or later. Justin's trying to rip off the Dazzle!

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  10. okay first of all I don't want to be sarcasm to that kid,,but when I saw he won at MTV Music Awards '10 I don't like his attitude --" over!! Now I read this and I'm kind of like "okay enough kid, I know u're famous and being adore by teenage, but you don't have to be over the top!!" Robert as a wingman puhhhllleassee!!!

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  11. Anonymous, I didn't watch the MTV Music Awards, what did he do when he won?

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  12. best new artist, the only award by voting.

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  13. I think that is hysterical, this kid is the darling of the music industry, what a sad time for music. He reminds me of Shaun Cassidy of the Hardy Boys.

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  14. I feel really ill all of a sudden...

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  15. Yes, I agree, Iluvthemovies. It's a sad time when the artists who lack actual talent rise to the top while those who do have talent remain overlooked.

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  16. EWW.NO.Just NO. Period.

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  17. My first reaction was: "What?" He is about 16 or so! It really doesn´t make any sense to me. Again: "What?"
    Besides, does he really think that any of those girls would take notice of him if Rob is there? Come on, kid, you gotta grow up some more! :)
    And Jennifer and Iluvthemovies: I definitely agree with you!!!

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  18. What is this little boy talking about? He has a lot more growing up to do before he can even get remotely close to Rob's standards; that is if he can. I also agree with Rilwen, Jennifer and Iluvthemovies about the continued lowering of standards in the music industry. We have seen the "flash in the pan" types many times who do not last long before they do not have the inner talent to begin with.

    Funny little boy....

    Twilola

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