Taylor Lautner Says He’s Open To Dating His Fans – Abduction Trailer (video)
As much as they may try to skirt the issue, you know that stars of all calibers hook up with their fans. I am glad to hear that some of them actually admit it! Taylor, I may not have loved the Twilight movies (yes, I did watch them) but I think this is a good look for you. As far as the "action star" status with your new move "Abduction"...we'll see. Check out the trailer inside
The Taylor Lautner interview goods keep on coming! Thanks to our exclusive
30-minute sit-down with Lautner during Wednesday's (April 13) "MTV First: Taylor Lautner," we were able to chat with the "Twilight" heartthrob about a wide variety of hard-hitting subjects. Most important, we got the scoop on — and a sneak peek at the trailer of — his upcoming action thriller "Abduction," co-starring Lily Collins.
Also, thanks to a few very fun questions sent in via Twitter by the most devoted Lautner and MTV fans, we learned that the 19-year-old isn't at all opposed to dating a fan, and that he's a big admirer of Britney Spears.
The Twitter question read: "Would you date a fan?" and Lautner's response likely pleased a lot of people.
"That is a loaded question," he said. "I mean, nobody is excluded in my book," he added with a smile.
Next up, another tweet: "If you guest-starred on 'Glee,' which song would you sing?"
"I'm sure none of my fans would want to hear me sing a song," Lautner responded self-deprecatingly. "But if I had to choose, it would either be 'Oops! ... I Did It Again,' " he revealed. "I don't know why I would just randomly break into that song."
MTV News' Josh Horowitz then mentioned that Britney's having something of a comeback, what with the release of her new Femme Fatale album and all of the buzz about her new music videos, etc., which makes that song choice totally appropriate.
"Yeah, for sure," Lautner agreed. "I love her new album. Yeah, it's cool," he said, adding that he is a fan. "I haven't seen the videos, I have to see the videos, but the songs are great."