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Tuesday 28 April 2015

Nikki Reed: Twilight dance rocks

Nikki Reed
Nikki Reed

Nikki Reed says the Breaking Dawn - Part 2 dance scene is "really awesome".

The actress has opened up about the bonus scene which director Bill Condon added to the end of the upcoming movie, the last in the Twilight franchise.

It has already been revealed that 150 people involved in the hugely-popular vampire films learnt a routine to the Eurythmics track Sweet Dreams.

"If it's what I think it is, it's really awesome. It was a surprise moment on set that was pretty incredible," Nikki told MTV. "I got really into it. I was so into it that I wanted to be in the front row."

Nikki continued to tease about the cast's choreographed scene, which is expected to close out the epic franchise.

"That day, there were about 150 of us, and we all came together and surprised Bill, so I hope it's that thing," Nikki teased. "It took a couple of practice runs [for us to learn it], and we had one drill sergeant who was in charge of gathering everyone."

The dance scene is an addition to the film and isn't part of the storyline.

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