Twilight beauty Kristen Stewart and co-star Robert Pattinson both hit the gym and watched their diets to get in shape for Breaking Dawn, but she was really impressed with Taylor Lautner’s extreme workout ethic.
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Taylor, 19, lifted weights up to 2 hours a day and ate around the clock to gain 30 pounds of muscle for Twilight sequels New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn.
“Usually we all make fun of Taylor for working out so often, and then suddenly me and Rob were like ‘Sh–!’ and were running around the block while Taylor laughed at us,” Stewart jokes in the December 2011 issue of British Glamour.
Kristen, 21, has two major love scenes in Breaking Dawn. She wears a skimpy white bikini in one honeymoon scene, and does two steamy sex scenes with real-life boyfriend Rob Pattinson, 25.
But Stewart loves all her Breaking Dawn co-stars — and their athletic good looks have nothing to do with it.
“They’re all great guys,” gushes Kristen. “Geez, now I sound like I’m generalizing about attractive men, but there’s something a little vain about working out every single day.
“[But the Twilight guys are different from other hot guys because] they’re the greatest guys and all kind of goofy. That’s why it’s so funny.”
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So how does Stewart feel about dating Rob, who was voted the Sexiest Man In the World in a poll of UK Glamour readers three years in a row (2009, 2010 and 2011)?
“The first time Rob was named sexiest man in the world it was the biggest joke in the world,” laughs Kristen.
While Stewart is happily dating Pattinson, she refuses to discuss her love life and make it tabloid fodder.
“It’s funny when this question comes up, because I sort of feel like, I don’t really care!” she says.
“People can say whatever they want…[The interest] is totally understandable, but when it’s personal to you, it’s like your life becomes a product and I’m repelled by that.”
Breaking Dawn, which co-stars Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Taylor Lautner and Robert Pattinson, hits theaters Nov. 18, 2011.