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Robert Pattinson Doesn't Feel the Need to Be Role Model

January 13, 2009 (9:15 am) GMT
"I don't feel that I have to be a role model for the fans. That I have to change my way of living in anyway," Robert Pattinson addresses on him being considered as a role model.

Having many fans and being considered as ladies' man, insists he doesn't consider himself as a role model or even feel the need to become one. OceanUP cites the British heartthrob as telling Frida magazine, "I don't feel that I have to be a role model for the fans. That I have to change my way of living in anyway."

About his statement, he explains, "It's not like it is for and , in Harry Potter, who have positive roles. I play a vampire, and I don't think there's many who expect goodness of them." He jokingly adds, "I am supposed to be evil, haha!"

And aside from the glamor of Hollywood, Robert Pattinson claims he likes to spend his time staying at home. "There's just a few people who are worth your time. I don't like talking on the phone plus I'm always moving around and that's a problem. Eh, I don't know, it feels like I'm wasting a lot of my time as it is, and then I would rather stay at home doing some creative than taking a walk with someone just to talk some crap," he tells the magazine.

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