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Robert Pattinson Blows Nose on Witherspoon’s Hair



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The not so sexy side of Robert Pattinson apparently emerged while he was filming a love scene with Reese Witherspoon for their upcoming movie, “Water For Elephants”. Apparently, the “Twilight” hunk was nursing a cold and wiped his nose on Reese’s wig during the sexy shots. Ewww!

Pattinson, who stars in the movie as a circus worker in the upcoming film, admits this was not his finest hour in terms of sexiness. Ya got that right, Rob! But he was working hard to hide his cold symptoms from the audience and continue the filming so they didn’t get behind schedule.

“I’m not generally that awkward doing stuff apart from when I’ve got my belly coming out,” Robert said.

Hmmm – we’ve seen that belly before and it doesn’t seem anything to be too awkward about, regardless of whether we’ll ever know the truth about that airbrushed 6-pack! But wiping your nose on someone’s hair? Ok, their wig. But still, it’s gross, right?

“But my nose is running all over the place and it was in one of the additional photography scenes, and Reese had this wig on, and literally, I was wiping my nose on her wig,” he explained himself. “We were doing this really passionate love scene. It was really stupid. I guess I’m not that awkward anymore.”

No, maybe you won’t be, Rob.  But maybe poor Reese Witherspoon will be a little more awkward about the prospect of being up close and personal with someone’s nose juice after Pattinson’s admission!

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