Robert Pattinson quits smoking? - 'Twilight' stars takes the road to a healthier lifestyle.

Robert Pattinson has reportedly ditched a habit that might have made the irresistible "Twilight" hunk, undesirable to some fans. The “Breaking Dawn” actor was spotted using an electronic cigarette on the set of his upcoming film “Cosmopolis,” showing his attempt to stop his vice.

The actor has been photographed smoking cigarettes on several occasions, and shared the habit with reported girlfriend Kristen Stewart. The 25-year-old British heartthrob was seen filming scenes with Kevin Durand in Toronto, and it was during his breaks that Rob appeared to be utilizing an electric cigarette.
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There is no telling whether the actor is done with nicotine for good, but his fans are surely going to be pleased at hearing that he is at least showing some effort to quit. The effort might also serve as inspiration for Kristen Stewart to follow after in her boyfriend’s footsteps toward a nicotine-free life.


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