Robert Pattinson can't handle music criticism
Twilight actor, Robert Pattinson, can't handle criticism when it comes to him playing music.
Speaking to The Sun, the Brit vampire said: "I can handle the criticism because you can always blame it on someone else but with music, as soon as you put something out there, you're only putting it out there for people to judge it.
"I don't necessarily want people to judge it. I don't care what they say.
"But I know if I put an album out, the day it comes out, I will probably be on the net looking at what people are saying and I'll probably shoot myself.
"I don't know if it's worth shooting myself over.
"I kind of like the idea of bringing something out under an alias — but it's very embarrassing if you get caught."
The Barnes boy's first passion was music as he grew up in West London where his father imported American classic cars. The Twilight scenes in which his character Edward Cullen plays the piano, are Pattison tinkling the ivories for real.
Prior to his Twilight success, Pattison was in a band called 'Bad Girls' and also played solo acoustic guitar gigs under the stage name Bobby Dupea.
'Breaking Dawn - Part 1' is released on November 18.
Listen to Robert Pattinson, aka Bobby Dupea, singing 'Stray Dog', and watch the official 'Breaking Dawn - Part 1' trailer below:
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