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Robert Pattinson appeared on Good Morning America on Wednesday and he made it clear that he was there for one reason: to promote Cosmopolis.
When George Stephanopoulos pressed him a little bit about the affair his girlfriend Kristen Stewart had with her married Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, Pattinson didn’t budge about divulging any details.
"I've never been interested in selling my personal life," he said, People reports. When Stephanopoulos pointed out that by Pattinson being on television, it made him a target of questions about his personal life, Pattinson pointed out he was only there to promote his film.
“You go on TV to promote movies," he said. "That's the only way to do it."
Without mentioning anything directly, Stephanopoulos told the actor “You seem to be doing okay,” with Pattinson answering, "Yeah, yeah."
E! Online reports that while on Showbiz Tonight, Pattinson opened up about the strange side of fame.
“Since the first Twilight you enter this kind of realm where you get stuff reported about you and it's weird," he said. He also laughed, “You start having a total disassociation.”
As for the media writing on his every move, Pattinson said “I don't talk about that. Loads of people just make it up anyway—it doesn't make any difference."
image courtesy of NBC