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Pattinson to turn pop star

After winning hearts with his vampire act in 'Twilight',Robert Pattinson wants to become a pop star now.

Written by Agencies | London |
November 25, 2009 3:21:04 pm

After winning hearts with his vampire act in ‘Twilight’,Robert Pattinson wants to become a pop star now.

The British actor,who sung the ‘Never Think’ track for the first film in the vampire saga,is eyeing a full-fledged singing career once he is done with shooting for the movie series.

“I write songs,that’s true. I’ll record a few tracks as soon as I finish the promotion for the movies,but before I won’t to do anything,” Contactmusic quoted Pattinson telling Paris Match magazine.

The 23-year-old actor is determined not to cast the ‘Edward Cullen’ shadow on his song album.

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“I don’t want to release an album which has a sticker on it saying,’By the vampire of ‘Twilight’,’ on it. If the record is released one day there won’t be my name or my picture on the cover. Everyone would be biased. No one would listen to it,” said Pattinson.

The actor always dreamed of working his way to the top of the charts by starting off with playing in bars,but Pattinson accepts his worldwide fame has scuppered his plans.

“Before I was famous I would have loved to perform in bars and pubs. But this isn’t possible anymore,” Pattinson said.

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