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Wednesday, 4 February 2009

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Teen queen, Brenda Song and teen heartthrob Rob Pattinson have been spotted at Central Park in Manhattan. The two teen sensations were earlier spotted at Barney's and Saks Fifth Avenue, were Brenda reportedly bought a purse costing over $100,000 at Saks.

According to TMZ, Brenda and Rob were then spotted holding hands at the cinemas, where they saw a Brenda's upcoming feature film, Boogie Town.

Rob, 20, was spotted earlier with co-star, Nikki Reed at Subway. He told me: "I love Subway, I miss the old days when I didn't get photographed every step. I miss being a normal person. Every girl I get spotted with, the media just quickly thinks that I am dating this girl, Nikki and I are friends. What is so wrong with being friends."

Rob and Brenda kissed each other on the cheeks, and hugged each other. Many rumors are starting to surface the net claiming that the two may be dating. Rob and Brenda are in talks of starring in a film together, where is a semi-nude scene is planned.

Another insider claims that Rob was "low key" and "didn't want anyone" to spot him with Brenda. Brenda recently was Mexico's Sugar Magazine cover girl, she talked about her show, career, friends, boys and she was asked about Rob, her reply was "Rob is only a friend of mine, I am definitely not dating him."

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