I just got finished dealing with the motherload of car drama (all done now, that’s why I was temporarily MIA, my apologies), and when I came back, this little gem of a story was in email, like manna from heaven. According to Life & Style’s Scene Queens, while Sparkles Pattinson and Kristen Stewart film Breaking Dawn in Baton Rouge, they’re going to be shacking up. Together. In a house. Of love and sparkles. ZOMG!
Life & Style’s Scene Queens can reveal that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have checked out of their Baton Rouge hotel in favor of their own home.
“Rob and Kristen moved out of the Hilton in Baton Rouge on Nov. 1 and into their own house,” an insider tells the Scene Queens. “The two love birds wanted their own nest. The hotel didn’t offer the privacy they craved, plus it’s more fun to play ‘house’ in a real house.”
The elusive couple has gone to great lengths to keep their relationship under wraps in the past and this time around is clearly no exception. The two have managed to dodge sightings around town, unlike the rest of the cast.
Although Rob and Kristen have been rumored to share a pad in L.A, the couple spent much of their summer apart filming independent projects. With Breaking Dawn on track to film until May, Rob and Kristen will definitely be able to make up for lost time.
[From Life &Style]
How long is Breaking Dawn’s filming going to take? It might just be smarter financially to rent a house together rather than deal with a hotel. Plus, they’ll be able to get baked and cook sh-t at all hours of the night without having to deal with hotel security drama. I actually think the whole “getting baked” thing is a big part of their plan - even though Twihards seem to want to think that Sparkles and K-Stew are the HOTTEST, the SEXIEST COUPLE EVER, my guess is that they spend most of their time as a couple just getting high, eating and watching TV or listening to music. As opposed to braiding each other’s pubes, I guess. Like a lot of youngsters these days. Sigh… youth really is wasted on the young.