Since Michelle and Kayla are in town, they decided to go to Westwood tonight and watch the stars arrival at the Twilight Premiere. We texted back and forth all day today at work. I was not really planning on going but they told me they have good spot and they were literally 2 feet away from the KIIS FM stage. I told them, to just have fun. I just don't feel like going. I picked up the boys from school and I thought about it. At 430 pm, I finally decided that I am going. WHY NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So I did. My wonderful husband Paul and the boys were so excited for me. You guys ROCK!
next to the "Insider's Tent"
Kayla texted and she said they were
by Gypsy Cafe
By the time I got there, the stars started
walking their way around the Red Carpet
for all this Addiction,
"Thank you" the fans cheered.
Edward. As you can tell, when he arrived
for some reason there were like a MILLION
people in front of me.
I am 5'2" so I did not get
good shots of him. Sorry...
The twi-groupies ..har...har...har
Kayla,Michelle and I
Behind us is Bella being interviewed by INsider
and we saw this outside the GAP STORE...
I told Kayla, I need a break from these Vampires!
And here is what SM's website had to say about the film, I am sure you've read about it.
Will so-called "Twi-Hards" scream, laugh, squeal, giggle, and swoon (not necessarily in that order)? Definitely—and the chosen order will probably be repeated several times. Maybe a better question (especially for those of you who might be afraid to bring your boyfriend/husband) is if people who haven't read the book will like the movie? I say "yes". It is not uncommon for someone to feel like they don't have the time or the attention span to read a 500 page book. But, the core story of Twilight has been brilliantly preserved in the two-hour time period, and there is no reason to think that just because someone isn't an avid reader they won't enjoy a great story. Also, just like in the Stephenie's book, there is a good amount of both action and comic relief (enough even to entertain those who are "too manly" for a love story).