How Robert Pattinson Actually Reacted To Kristen Stewart Rolling Stones Video, Can The Two Ex-Lovers Be Together Again?

By Jyotirupa Sarma , Updated Dec 06, 2016 06:12 AM EST

Fans are wondering about what Robert Pattinson thought about Kristen Stewart's moves in "The Rolling Stones" new music video. The actress who is famous for her unconventional ways has surprised many with her recent video. Flaunting a ripped hanging top and a tight pair of jeans she looked totally different from her Bella Swan image. Obviously, her ex-boyfriend Robert Pattinson is super impressed with her act.

From her pole dancing moves to seductively sucking on a blue lollipop Kristen Stewart look every bit a seductress. Robert Pattinson is also very impressed with the "Ride 'Em Down" video.

"Rob saw the video and loved the fact that Kristen is in it... He's super impressed that she got to star in a Rolling Stones video," a source close to Robert Pattinson told The Hollywood Life. The report further stated that the Twilight actor watched the video and loved the fact that his ex-girlfriend is in it. He is super impressed with Kristen Stewart. The source further stated that Pattinson is a huge fan of "Rolling Stones" and knows that Stewart loves it too. It seems he could understand that she would be super excited to be a part of it. Pattinson also praised Stewarts hot dance moves and he is proud of her, the source further revealed.

Now after the reported shower of praise from Robert Pattinson, fans who want to see Pattinson and Stewart together are hopeful that they might come together again. Earlier, the actress admitted that the break-up was incredibly painful for her, as stated by Mirror. The report also said that their relationship never recovered the actresses rumored affair with director Rupert Sanders.

The Music video is for "The Rolling Stones" new single "Ride 'Em On Down" from their latest album "Blue and Lonesome". It is a cover of Eddie Taylor's 1955 classic, as per International Business Times. The blues cover album is also "The Rolling Stones" first studio album in a decade.

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