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Robert Pattinson: Is Star of 'Breaking Dawn', 'Water for Elephants' Most Famous Man on Earth?

Is Robert Pattinson, star of Breaking Dawn and Water for Elephants the most famous man on Earth?  It sure seems like it. Rob was just voted the E! Celeb of the Year 2010, winning by just a bit over girlfriend Kristen Stewart.

The E! Celeb of the Year 2010 voting had Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart neck-in-neck for the final honor but fans loved “R-Patz” enough to make him the Celeb of the Year.

Rob became a household name because of his role as Edward Cullen in the Twilight Saga film series. Crazed Twilight fans of all ages go crazy at every bit of news concerning Robert Pattinson and his real life girlfriend Kristen Stewart.

Even a picture on Twitter of Rob creates an Internet meltdown!

A gift from photographer Stewart Shining to Robert Pattinson fans made international news! Shining posted a new Robert Pattinson pic on Twitter , “I was just thinking this would be my motto for the new year, and a nice Xmas present for the RPatt fans!”

Don’t even get me started about Breaking Dawn. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 is already one of the most anticipated movies of 2011.  The entire Twilight Saga film series turns middle-aged mothers into school girls—and it’s all because of R-Patz!

A new Water for Elephants extended trailer was released yesterday and it’s smokin’ hot!  Rob and costar Reese Witherspoon are very sexy together.

Entertainment blog Zap2It is predicting Water for Elephants to be a huge hit, even with those who aren’t Twihards! According to the entertainment website, “Whether you’re a Twihard with a life-sized Edward Cullen cut-out in your bedroom watching you sleep, or all things ‘Twilight’ make you roll your eyes and stomp your feet, ‘Water for Elephants’ will probably sway you over to Team Rob Pattinson pretty quick.”

Watch the new trailer and tell me what you think about Rob Pattinson being the most famous man on earth.  Do you think this is true?

Photo: Stewart Shining/Twitter

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