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Nikki Reed: 'Twilight' cast will cry at premiere
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Nikki Reed says she thinks the final 'Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' premiere will see the cast in tears.

The 24-year-old actress has played Rosalie in five of the vampire movies starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson and admits that she gets sad at the thought of the final installment being released in November.

She said: "It's not the last time we'll see each other, but it's the last time we'll see each other in that way and it's weird to say that it'll never happen again.

"It is sad. I'm really sad."

During the InStyle Summer Soiree at the London West Hollywood hotel on Wednesday (08.08.12) her co-star Peter Facinelli joked that he had been sobbing on a daily basis recently.

He said: "I've been crying every day. We had a big sad sob fest yesterday."

Nikki explained: "He's just being a man and pretending he doesn't want to talk about it. We had a big group dinner last night and we were talking about that."

However the stars refused to talk about the latest scandal to hit the screen stars after it was revealed Kristen had cheated on her real-life partner Robert.

She told E! Online: "I can't even approach that topic. There's been so much good."

 
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