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Saturday, 17 April 2010

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Twilight stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are so inspired, by last week's ITV Ministerial Debate between Gordon Brown, David, Cameron and Nick Clegg that they, are thinking of going into politics themselves.

"Robert and Kristen got really passionate when they watched the debate together at home the other night", said a friend of the sexy duo yesterday. "They got so mad and felt sure that they could do better, and use their talent and good looks to help the nation, that they thought, that they could become politicians themselves."

It would not be the first time that celebrities have been moved to, enter the political, arena.

Former US president Ronald Reagan was an actor before he became, world leader. He used to have a double act with a chimp called Bonzo who wouldn't go to bed or, do human things in, the movie 'Bedtime for Bonzo'.

Perhaps the glamorous Twilight pair were thinking, of this when they made their, vow at bedtime after watching Brown, Cameron and Clegg.

Becoming actors-turned-politicians I, mean. Not chimps trying to act like, humans.

And then there was the Brit Comedy music group 'Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band' who made fun of people and things in an, obscure way. But RPattz and Kristen would not do this though, others might.

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