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Rob Pattinson Seen with Kristen Stewart Acquaintance at Hollywood Concert



Filed under : Celebrity News

Rob Pattinson has been making news with a new woman by the name of Dylan Penn, but it was on Tuesday he was was spotted at the Hollywood Bowl in L.A. to watch The XX perform. He was joined by Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine, Chloe Grace Moretz and…… Sydney Lopez — an assistant to Kristen Stewart’s stylist, Tara Swennen. Fans jumped on Twitter when they saw the movie star partying it up with the women there.

Dylan wasn’t seen with Rob at The XX concert — and with all the rumors that he’s linked with Sean Penn’s daughter, it gave everyone something to ponder about! Obviously he was out having fun with other friends. Maybe Dylan couldn’t make the event.

A Twitter fan wrote this:

“New sighting – Rob at XX concert with Florence Welch, Chloe G Moretz and Sydney (Kristen’s stylist).”

The interesting part of Rob’s outing is the fact he must still be on friendly terms with someone on Kristen’s team.

A few weeks ago Rob and Dylan attended Shoshana Bush’s birthday party. Before that, they were spotted at the Micky Avalon concert at The Viper Room on Sept. 7.

The outing Rob Pattinson had with Tara Swennen and the other women was probably nothing more than getting out to enjoy a great concert. Surely the “Twilight” star knew he was going to make the media speculate about what’s up in is personal life, but maybe he’s learned to have fun with it even if it really drives him crazy how the press can be!

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