Robert Pattinson Runs Into Liberty Ross & Misses His Chance for Revenge on Kristen Stewart

Robert PattinsonWell, I guess it was bound to happen at some point or another. According to a new report in Life & Style, Robert Pattinson ran into Liberty Ross at a Golden Globes after-party, and we can only imagine the level of awkwardness that ensued.

I mean, it's not every day that you come face to face with the wife of the dude your girlfriend cheated on you with.

Apparently Rob was just chillin' at the bar having a drink, and there was Liberty, sitting at a table a mere 10 feet away. They noticed each other, and as you can probably guess, Rob split shorty afterwards.


Um, can I get a show of hands on who else thinks he missed a golden opportunity to get some really sweet revenge on Kristen Stewart?

Yeah, yeah, I know that Rob has forgiven her for cheating and they're back together and everything's all rosy (maybe) between them again and all that good stuff. But a small part of him has to want to get even with her just a little bit, right?

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If he really wanted to settle the score and get back on a level playing field with Kristen, he should've marched right over to Liberty Ross and planted a fat one on her. Yes, I'm saying he should've tried to make out with her. Because that would've been awesome. (I'd pay to watch that scene go down.)

Seriously, can you think of a better way for both Rob and Liberty to teach Kristen and Rupert Sanders a lesson than by playing a nice, friendly game of tonsil hockey and giving them a taste of their own medicine?

And it's not like either Rupert or Kristen could give either one of them a damn bit of grief about it, because then they'd be nothing but a couple of hypocrites.

Man, Rob really missed the boat on this one. How many other 26-year-old dudes do you know who'd give up a perfectly good hall pass?

Do you think Rob is really over the cheating scandal?


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