Robert Pattinson Debuts New Hairstyle

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The big news at the 2010 British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards was supposed to be that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart would be in the same public place.

And they were. Stewart even picked up the Rising Star Award.

But most attention was on Kristen's rumored boyfriend, as Pattinson apparently took a shower before the ceremony... and that was it. He didn't dry or spike his typically wild hair.

Instead, Robert simply slicked it down and left the hour. After fans were relatively split on Rob's bearded look, we wonder how they'll react to this style choice. Vote below.

Slicked Down

Do you like Robert Pattinson's hair?


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I don't know.....I mean, it's not THAT bad, but I still love his crazy wild hair....I mean, he still looks great to me, but the wild=usual hair is definitely better.


I am a fan of wild and crazy hair, the slicked down, stuck to the head hair went out with bryl cream! The thing is like everything else we will grow accustomed to it if he continues to wear that style, I however will still think it sucks, but he is a rising star and does a wonderful job on screen. Good luck Robert even with that 50's look, you will be fine.


edward's look is the best!


it wouldnt bother me as much if he didnt have that random curly piece above his eyebrow. other then that, it would be normal,grossly greasy, but normal to have that hairstyle


He's not hot in the SECOND pic were he is so pale because of the flash but then he is. He will always be. I love you rob


I just don't get the fascination with him. He's pale, has no upper eyelids, a big flat nose etc. I understand the rugged aura he possesses but i just don't find his face attractive. More handsome men than him but it is just my own opinion.


It doesn't matter what Robert wears, does with his hair,or how frequently he showers.... This guy just does it for me in every way!!!!!


heroin chic went out in the 90's...greasy drugged out look is gross....


He just doesn't do it for me!


Since when did using a hair brush constitute a new hairstyle?

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