Don't do it, Robert Pattinson!
You have so much going for you: the hair; the beautiful girlfriend; the adoring fan base; the successful film franchise.
We beseech you not to press your luck and try what so many other actors have failed at: the studio album. In a new interview with Austrailia's The Daily Telegraph, Pattinson hints that a CD may be on the way.
"I’m not particularly interested in releasing it, but I’d like to do some gigs," he said. "I guess the only way to do that is to get an album out."
Would you purchase this CD?
Among other topics touched on in the interview: Pattinson's parents and his levels of fame. Here are a few excerpts:
On his parents: "They’re always saying I should be really proud of myself, but I say, 'It’s luck, everything is just luck.'"
On his unfamiliarity with the Twilight Saga: "I didn’t know anyone who’d read the book before the film came out. I was completely ignorant of the whole Twilight thing."
On celebrity gossip photographers: "The paparazzi pressure (is hard) because you have a bunch of people who want to see you do something stupid. Sometimes when you’ve done a 16-hour day, you just want to go and have dinner, but they’re waiting for you to make an idiot of yourself. It takes its toll eventually."