March 23, 2009

Robert Pattinson WAS Backstage at Sam Bradley's Vancouver Gig!

Celebuzz has another exclusive about how Robert Pattinson was indeed in attendance at Sam Bradley's Vancouver Concert over the weekend:
While hordes of Twilight stars were jetting around the United States to mark the release of the DVD this weekend, head vampire Robert Pattinson was making a low-key appearance at a friend's music gig.

Pattinson tried to stay out of sight at pal Sam Bradley's Vancouver concert on Friday night to avoid Twilight-mania from overwhelming the intimate setting, a source tells Celebuzz.

"He wanted to be as low-key as possible," the source tells Celebuzz. "If he had really been out there, it would have caused a frenzy."

"He stayed with Sam backstage before the show and watched the concert from the wings."

The event was the hot ticket in Vancouver, with scores of fans vying for 180 spots at the Grandview Legion in downtown Vancouver. The concert even earned a breathy piece in the Vancouver Sun about the difficulties in buying tickets. Disappointed fans had to be turned away, as there was simply no room in the low-key setting.

Pattinson did not even come out to sing the song he co-wrote with Bradley called "Never Think," which was performed by Pattinson on the Twilight soundtrack.
Read the rest here.

Also, thanks to Pattinson Online [via Cullen Boys Anonymous], here is a video of Sam performing his version of 'Never Think' on Friday. What to you think? Do you like Sam's version or Robert's version better? :-)

4 comments:

  1. Nooooooo, I want him to be in London in Tom's premiere. :(

    He has got to support his number one guy :(

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  2. OMG!!!! I was there!!! Didn't see him, guess he was keeping VERY low key.

    Funny thing is, the venue didn't seem overly crowded, nor did it seem that 1,000's of fans were vying to get into the place, it seemed rather non-descript honestly.

    Sam was really good, athough I like the soundtrack version of Never Think better than the version he sang.

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  3. Ooh, it's the same song but completely different - I loves!

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  4. def robs version

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