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Robert Pattinson Relishes Kristen Stewart’s Contact-Lens Discomfort

Stewart didn't understand why her co-star complained about his 'Twilight' vampire contacts until she had to wear her own.
By Kevin P. Sullivan, with reporting by Josh Horowitz


Robert Pattinson in "Breaking Dawn"
Photo: Summit Entertainment

Aside from ending what has been roughly five years of hard work and incredibly pale skin, "Breaking Dawn" brought a different type of satisfaction to Robert Pattinson. The end of the "Twilight Saga" meant that his co-star Kristen Stewart would finally understand the pain he's had to endure the entire time they've spent shooting the films.

It's not a great spoiler to say that Stewart's Bella will become a bloodthirsty, red-eyed vampire at some point during the two-part finale, whose first installment opens on November 18. This has been a long time coming for Bella, the fans and, it turns out, Pattinson.

Getting into character meant a change of eye color for Stewart and some vindication for her co-star. In the nicest way possible, Pattinson explained to MTV News' Josh Horowitz that knowing Stewart would have to experience the discomfort of his vampire contact lenses was "a great feeling."

Stewart had her own set of contacts to wear as the human version of Bella to turn her eyes brown, but those apparently did not hurt, unlike the gold contacts that Pattinson had worn since the beginning of the series. "She's like, 'I wear contact lenses. Why do you always complain about yours?' " Pattinson said.

When Stewart finally did change into her vampire eyes, Pattinson got what he had been waiting for. "When she finally wore them and then was complaining about them every second of the day," he admitted, "it was kind of satisfying."

Check out everything we've got on "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1."

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Hear Ariana Grande’s Slow Jam ‘Let Me Love You’ With Lil Wayne

Ariana Grande has unveiled the track list for her upcoming LP Dangerous Woman as well as the album's new single "Let Me Love You" featuring Lil Wayne.

On the slow-burning, stifling track, Grande sings about contacting a new love after breaking up with her ex. Grande's gated, stuttered vocals on the slow jam's chorus and smoky late-night vibes of the single are reminiscent of another Lil Wayne collaboration, Jeremih's 2013 single "All the Time."

Grande's understated coo shines for two verses before Weezy hops on the track. "She's grindin' on this grande, ooh lord / I'm drownin' and gonna need that Coast Guard / And when it comes to that nigga, I'll give her amnesia / She just looking for love / She says she's single and I'm her feature, oh my god," Wayne raps on the woozy cut.

Dangerous Woman is due out May 20th. In addition to "Let Me Love You," the title track and "Be Alright" that Grande debuted on Saturday Night Live, the 15-track LP also features guest spots from Nicki Minaj ("Side to Side"), Future ("Everyday") and Macy Gray ("Leave Me Lonely").

 

1. moonlight 2. dangerous woman 3. be alright 4. into you 5. side to side feat @nickiminaj 6. let me love you feat @liltunechi 7. greedy 8. leave me lonely feat @macygrayslife 9. everyday feat @future 10. sometimes 11. i don’t care 12. bad decisions 13. touch it 14. knew better / forever boy 15. thinkin bout you

A video posted by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on Apr 16, 2016 at 7:17pm PDT

The Roots, Bilal, Kimbra Pull Out of Bowie Tribute Concerts

It seems the David Bowie tribute concerts that are taking place at Carnegie Hall and Radio City Music Hall in New York, on Thursday and Friday respectively, will be short a few artists. The Roots' Questlove took to social media to announce that his band, Bilal and Kimbra will not be performing, Pitchfork reports.

The bowing out from the shows seems to stem from an issue with shared equipment. "Mood. I've never been so insecure or petty as to deny a fellow musician use of any of my equipment (or my bands equipment – or resources or contacts or knowledge or anything) it angers me when the same courtesy is not reciprocated," Questlove wrote on Instagram, adding that "keeping a level head" and "not being self-destructive" are things he's working on.

 

Mood. I've never been so insecure or petty as to deny a fellow musician use of ANY of my equipment (or my band's equipment----or resources or contacts or knowledge or ANYTHING) it angers me when that same courtesy is not reciprocated. (Believe you me I was about to get #TomPetty or #PettyWap or #PetRockAndCLSmooth or #BlackPetty or however you wanna roll wit it)---keeping a level head and not being self destructive is a weak point I'm working on. But I'm also keeping it true: The Roots/Bilal/Kimbra (w/ Wendy Melvoin, DD Jackson & Ray Angry) pulled out of these Bowie gigs. We have patience. But we do NOT have patience for the #Bitchassness. Enjoy your precious equipment.

A photo posted by Questlove Gomez (@questlove) on Mar 30, 2016 at 4:42pm PDT

"But I'm also keeping it true: the Roots/Bilal/Kimbra (with Wendy Melvoin, DD Jackson and Ray Angry) pulled out of these Bowie gigs," he continued. "We have patience. But, we do not have patience for the #Bitchassness. Enjoy your precious equipment."

Questlove did not make clear who he was referring to in terms of not wanting to share equipment. A representative for the Bowie tribute concerts was not immediately available for comment.

The tribute concerts will feature Michael Stipe, who performed "The Man Who Sold The World" on Tuesday during The Tonight Show, Pixies, Cat Power, Blondie, Perry Farrell, Jakob Dylan, Ann and Nancy Wilson, and other artists.

The Roots, Bilal, Kimbra Pull Out of Bowie Tribute Concerts

It seems the David Bowie tribute concerts that are taking place at Carnegie Hall and Radio City Music Hall in New York, on Thursday and Friday respectively, will be short a few artists. The Roots' Questlove took to social media to announce that his band, Bilal and Kimbra will not be performing, Pitchfork reports.

The bowing out from the shows seems to stem from an issue with shared equipment. "Mood. I've never been so insecure or petty as to deny a fellow musician use of any of my equipment (or my bands equipment – or resources or contacts or knowledge or anything) it angers me when the same courtesy is not reciprocated," Questlove wrote on Instagram, adding that "keeping a level head" and "not being self-destructive" are things he's working on.

 

Mood. I've never been so insecure or petty as to deny a fellow musician use of ANY of my equipment (or my band's equipment----or resources or contacts or knowledge or ANYTHING) it angers me when that same courtesy is not reciprocated. (Believe you me I was about to get #TomPetty or #PettyWap or #PetRockAndCLSmooth or #BlackPetty or however you wanna roll wit it)---keeping a level head and not being self destructive is a weak point I'm working on. But I'm also keeping it true: The Roots/Bilal/Kimbra (w/ Wendy Melvoin, DD Jackson & Ray Angry) pulled out of these Bowie gigs. We have patience. But we do NOT have patience for the #Bitchassness. Enjoy your precious equipment.

A photo posted by Questlove Gomez (@questlove) on Mar 30, 2016 at 4:42pm PDT

"But I'm also keeping it true: the Roots/Bilal/Kimbra (with Wendy Melvoin, DD Jackson and Ray Angry) pulled out of these Bowie gigs," he continued. "We have patience. But, we do not have patience for the #Bitchassness. Enjoy your precious equipment."

Questlove did not make clear who he was referring to in terms of not wanting to share equipment. A representative for the Bowie tribute concerts was not immediately available for comment.

The tribute concerts will feature Michael Stipe, who performed "The Man Who Sold The World" on Tuesday during The Tonight Show, Pixies, Cat Power, Blondie, Perry Farrell, Jakob Dylan, Ann and Nancy Wilson, and other artists.