Robert Pattinson talks booze and religion

2012-10-02 15:49
Los Angeles - Robert Pattinson spent an hour talking about "booze and Buddhism" at a private concert in Los Angeles on Sunday.

The Twilight Saga star was one of only 50 people granted access to the Black Keys' concert at the Sayers Club and according to 987FM morning show host Kennedy, he spent his time there chatting about alcohol and religion.

Posting a picture of herself with Robert on her Facebook page, Kennedy Nation, she wrote: "Black Keys at Sayers Club? In front of a scant 50 people? Doing a full set?? Are you kidding me??!! Next thing you're going to tell me Robert Pattinson was there, and we spent an hour talking about booze and Buddhism. Oh, wait... (sic)"

'Rob weighed his options'

Robert wasn't accompanied by girlfriend Kristen Stewart, despite recently reconciling with her following her fling with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders.

He is said to have forgiven her infidelity as they found fame onTthe Twilight Saga franchise together and have a deep connection because of it.

A source said: "He started thinking nobody else would understand his life. His rational voice told him not to toss a three-year relationship for one infidelity.

"Rob weighed his options. He wouldn't even know where to start if he and Kristen were to break up for good. They have a very deep connection. Plus, they're young. All relationships at that age have drama."

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Comments

  • eva.walle.75 - 2012-10-02 16:18

    "His rational voice told him not to toss a three-year relationship for one infidelity." Will a 2nd one convince you then?

  • marciadawn.gray - 2012-10-02 17:53

    If Rob truly believes that KS had a momentary indiscretion with RP, I truly feel sorry for his instincts. Obvious KS and RP had been at it the way they were together and she is so lying. He will not have a true and fulfilled life with KS. He is too good for her as she always looks so wan and sullen and do not appreciate her foul mouth while being interviewed on national tv.

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