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Saturday, 8 January 2011

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Nina Dobrev, whom everyone expects to marry Ian Somerhalder, told reporters today that Robert Pattinson had proposed to her two months ago.

"I realize his fans and the Twilight faithful won't believe me and I expect that you do not believe it either, but that is what happened. I'd take a lie-detector test about it. Ask Robert if he will take one."

Why had the Kristen Stewart lover turned to Nina Dobrev?

"He came close to doing the same thing with Ashley Greene some time ago but you will have to ask him about that", stated Dobrev. "I think Robert is tired of Kristen Stewart putting him off but that's just a guess."

Ian Somerhalder agreed with the Dobrev story.

"She was shocked. But what young lady wouldn't be after being proposed to by someone millions of females are after?"

We assumed that Dobrev had said no.

"Why would Dobrev say 'No'", we asked.

"Because it would have lasted about a month. It would have been a sham as neither of us is in love with the other."

Now to Pattinson.

"I was simply trying to make Kristen jealous. You won't need to use a lie detector. It was a silly thing to do. As soon as I did it, I began hoping she would say 'No!'"

"But it would have brought in a lot of readers for it's publication, even without 'Big Penis' being in the title."

"We'll see", stated Bill Fluharty of our West Coast Post.

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