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Kellan Lutz mortified by kinky fan

Published 05/07/2015

Kellan Lutz
Kellan Lutz

Kellan Lutz loved his time working on Twilight, but doesn't miss it.

The vampire films made big stars out of lead actors Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, and Kellan was also launched to movie fame from the franchise.

He played Emmett Cullen, with his performances leaving a lasting impression on one fan.

"When we were doing a signing for Twilight, one of the Twilight moms brought an Emmett doll. She wanted me to sign it, but I noticed it wasn't the usual Emmett doll. But I signed it and she said, 'Thanks so much, I'm going to go home and use this.' And I said, 'What do you mean?' She hit this button and it started vibrating, and I was like, Oh my God, and she had the most devilish grin on her face. It hit me. She turned my doll into vibrator which was pretty surreal," Kellan laughed to Details magazine.

Prior to Twilight Kellan was a TV regular, appearing in 90210 and Generation Kill. The 30-year-old is now on the big screen as much as he is the small and has three new films in the pipeline.

"Well, you know, it's a chapter in the book of Kellan," he said of Twilight. "Those Twilight years, they were fun, man. You felt like you were on the top of the world - you got flown everywhere, you got to party everywhere, you got paid to do these gigs. But then I got to do Hercules and Expendables and go on a crazy tour in Cannes with those guys. Do I miss it? No. But I appreciate it. Every year since then has been unexpected, a fun ride no matter what happens, crazy and not crazy," he outlined.

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