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Taylor Lautner is pretty adorable in his SNL promos

by Kona Gallagher, posted Dec 9th 2009 5:02PM
Here is what I know about Taylor Lautner: 1) He is in New Moon, the second film in the über-popular Twilight series, but instead of a sparkly vampire, he plays a werewolf. 2) Lots of ladies like seeing him with his shirt off, and 3) Said ladies feel dirty afterward because he's only 17 and they are... slightly older than 17.

Lautner is hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend, and NBC has just released two short promos that he did with Kristen Wiig, and it looks like they're trying to bond. In the first one, Wiig talks about how she used to think that she was a werewolf, and in the second, Lautner tells Wiig that he really likes her-- because she reminds him of his mom. Aw, poor Kristen Wiig. A lot of non-teen Twilight fans know how you feel.

I've never actually heard this guy speak before, but he seems downright adorable, so I have high hopes for his episode. His alleged girlfriend, Taylor Swift, was on last month and gave audiences what was arguably the best episode of the season, so hopefully she gave him some pointers.


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Kona Gallagher

That's why I said, "arguably." Annie Wu, who wrote the review didn't like it. I loved it, and honestly can't think of another episode that was better this season. Some folks agree with me, some agree with her. No biggie.

December 10 2009 at 7:54 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
biff

Did author of this article even read the review of Swift's SNL they linked to?

"Now that I've gotten that out of the way, I can say: This episode was simultaneously forgettable and, in a lot of places, rather cringeworthy"

" It may have been a combination of nerves and her level of acting experience, but there were enough little mistakes to make it look like she forgot there were cue cards in the middle of the scene."

"I'm pretty sure I'll forget this episode existed as soon as the season's over. Maybe even a little before."

December 10 2009 at 4:29 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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