Robert Pattinson Cuts Off His Iconic Hair


Robert Pattinson
"Twilight" leading actor Robert Pattinson has ditched his tousled, unkempt hairstyle for a short, military style haircut.


Having his hair as one of the topics that are most talked by people, Robert Pattinson had it cut. The "Twilight" leading star has been spotted tossing his tousled, unkempt hairstyle in favor of a short, military style haircut while he was in a post office with co-star Nikki Reed on Saturday, December 20.

During the outing, Robert wore flannel shirt, jeans, and a pair of matching boots. He was photographed stuffing his small convertible Audi with large packing boxes. As for Nikki, she was seen wearing a white top under her black jacket. She beautified her look with a black jeans, a pair of matching shoes, and a brown big bag.

On Thursday night, December 18, Robert Pattinson was snapped meeting up with a mystery male friend at La Conversation in West Hollywood to satisfy his late night hunger. At that time, he wore the same flannel shirt and also his trademarked beanie.

Meanwhile, Robert is predicted to have a very hectic filming schedule as "Twilight" sequel, "New Moon," already has a release date of November 20, 2009.

© AceShowbiz.com


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