Robert Pattinson makes a special appearance inside the May issue of Elle, which features Gwen Stefani on the cover. He put on a sexy suit and sported a side part for the photo shoot as part of press for the upcoming Water For Elephants. Rob already got rugged for Entertainment Weekly, chatted with Jay Leno, and presented at the Academy of Country Music Awards to promote the project. Now he's talking about life after Twilight, his teenage crushes, and his dancing skills. Here's more:
- On the end of the Twilight excitement: "You know, when the whole thing dries up and there’s hardly any paparazzi around, I don’t know, in 15 years or something, I like the idea of just one paparazzo coming out and trying to get a picture, and I just beat the sh*t out of him. I mean, out of nowhere, when my picture’s not even worth . . . and I’ve spent all my money, so you can’t sue me!"
- On what embarrasses him: "I guess if you’re constantly in public, you’re not embarrassed about anything. But dancing is my Achilles’ heel, I don’t even try. It’s like, “Come on, dance!” “No, I’m not getting up!” I can freestyle by myself with no one watching. I’m a great dancer then."
- On being described as "weird": "I guess I used to be weirder. When you’re confronted with yourself too much, you start to think, Jesus Christ, you’re so f*cking boring. And the more you think you’re boring, the more you become boring. I talk about myself too much now."
- On who he daydreamed about as a teen: "I was always obsessed with Kate Moss. On my bedroom wall I had a poster of Linda Blair and Kate Moss. I always liked Jane Fonda. Who else? Ellen Burstyn."