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Peter Facinelli talks details on the Emmys Red Carpet
I’m sorry but that woman was kind of rude. She obviously didn’t even know why Peter was there in the 1st place. But Peter looks amazing! Love the Ray Bans^-^
Ha Ha!!! I was thinking the same thing. It’s like when Peter brought up nurse Jackie, it was like ok he’s in more than just Twilight.
I totally agree- the interviewer was rude and obnoxious! He always handles himself with grace and class in the interviews that I’ve seen him in…kudos to him for keeping his cool with this lame-o!
she really needs to brush up on her interviewing skills however peter is awesome.
That women was kind of.. meh. Anyways, the IMPORTANT thing: Peter was awesome as always. I heart his raybans <3
Very rude. Not funny. Especially about the Jennie’s at home whatever line at the end.
Peter is so hot – love him with his dark hair. Do not think he’s attractive as Carlisle… though I love the character.
My two favorite things! Twilight and Heather Morris/Brittany! The interviewer was overbearing and Peter tried not to look annoyed…and I say he did a good job at handling himself.
I remember seeing that woman interviewing people, and she was awful. There was a couple of people who I don’t think she even knew! She could have done a better job with Peter.
It’s wierd, because when I saw him, I was like “who is that?” and then I did a double take when I realized it was him! I’ve seen him with the dark hair before, but it caught me off guard.
I think someone other than Dr. Coop has been drinking Red Bull.
love the dark hair big change from dr cullen style
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