Robert Pattinson to auction private Breaking Dawn screening

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    Be prepared for some seriously exciting news, Twi-hards! One lucky Twilight superfan could be set to get their hands on an amazing Twi-prize.

    Generous heartthrob Robert Pattinson has donated a private screening of Breaking Dawn – to be seen before the movie hits cinemas – to be auctioned in aid of the GO Campaign charity.


    According to reports, the lucky recipient of the winning bid and 20 of their friends will receive an extra-special, private screening of the Breaking Dawn movie, organised by R-Patz himself.

    The money-can’t-buy private viewing will take place in Los Angeles on November 17 – one whole day before the Twilight film is officially released.

    The host will also take home a rather amazing bag of Twilight-themed goodies, including signed posters, DVDs and a replica of Bella’s wedding ring. Scream!

    It’s thought the special prize is part of a host of amazing A-list donations November 10, given to coincide with the Go Campaign’s Go Go Gala, held in LA on November 10.

    This is not the first time Robert Pattinson’s done a good deed for charity.

    Last year the generous Twilight-star donated an on-set meet and greet, while included a ‘one-of-a-kind’ trip to the set of the famous film, as well as the chance to spend a day on the Breaking Dawn shoot and hangout with the world famous actors.

    But the seriously cool prize came at a very high price. The winner paid a whopping $80,000 for the once in a lifetime experience, auctioned once again in aid of the GO Campaign charity.

    The money was used to build a home for PAGE, the Program Advancing Girls Education in Cambodia.

    Well done Rob!

    What would YOU pay to meet R-Patz and K-Stew on the Breaking Dawn set? Let us know in the comments box below.



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