Pattinson’s Adele Saga

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Robert Pattinson got into an argument with Adele when he tried to give her career advice.

 The 'Twilight Saga' star revealed he was at a party when he said "the most ridiculous thing" ever to the 'Someone Like You' hitmaker, advising her to reach for her goals, and woke up the next morning regretting his words.

 Speaking on Canada's 'George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight', he explained: "Actually I had this argument with Adele, which is probably the most ridiculous thing I've ever said. I was saying, 'You know, you can really just like reach for it,' and she was like, 'You do realise I am like the biggest-selling female artist ever?'

 "And I just for some reason just decided to get into an argument with her.

 "I woke up the next day really regretting the whole thing."

 Robert - who is dating his 'Twilight Saga' co-star Kristen Stewart - also claimed his vast fame hasn't stopped him from meeting new people because he isn't very sociable anyway.

 He said: "I've always been like this. I'm one of those people who is dying to go to the party and then when I get there I just hang out in the corner with the people I came with, not talking to anybody else anyway.

 "I have this fantasy that if I wasn't famous I'd be out meeting random people on the street but that's not true. Most of the time you try to avoid random people on the street whether you're famous or not.” - Bang Showbiz

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