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SPOILER ALERT: Nikki Reed reveals the shock Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part Two ending you would NEVER expect


Some people might say that the Twilight films take themselves a bit seriously. All those brooding looks, dark clothes, serious faces and long, lingering pauses. But now, Nikki Reed "(Click on her picture to go to her page)" (who plays Rosalie Cullen in the films) has revealed the dramatic last film will end ... on a choreographed dance. Seriously.

Nikki told MTV News that fans should stay after the credits roll on Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 to see the bonus scene, while features 150 cast members dancing together. We can only imagine how delighted Kristen Stewart was when they asked her to do that.


"It's really awesome. It's a surprise moment on set that was really incredible," she says. "that day there were about 150 of us and we came together and surprised Bill Condon, the director, so I hope that's the thing. It took a couple of practice runs [for us to learn it] and we had one drill sergeant who was in change of gathering everyone. I got really into it. I was so into it that I wanted to be on the front row."


Kellan Lutz, who plays Edward's brother Emmett in the Twilight Saga, has previously hinted that fans should stay in the cinema after the film ended. "They're going to love it," he said. "A really special thing is happening after the surprise ending. Every film's been building and building, and Bill Condon really had a great idea ending the series."


Now, we don't know for sure, but we'd imagine that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart aren't natural dancers. We can't imagine they're up for a wacky, cheesy dance. But! We might be wrong. We'll definitely be staying to watch this dance. What song will it be to? The Breaking Dawn: part two soundtrack features Passion Pit, Ellie Golding, Green Day and Feist, so we're not expecting any kind of disco number.

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Want to see pictures of R-Pattz and K-Stew in the new film (which is out on 16 November)? Of course you do.


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