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Pattinson ‘makes a scene at MacFarlane bash’

Published 19/06/2015

Robert Pattinson
Robert Pattinson

Robert Pattinson supposedly knocked over a wall made of grass while attending a party at Seth MacFarlane’s Beverly Hills home.

The 41-year-old filmmaker hosted a bash at his Beverly Hills home on Thursday June 19 to celebrate the forthcoming release of his new comedy Ted 2.

Twilight actor Robert, who attended the affair without his fiancée FKA twigs, is said to have experienced quite an embarrassing moment during the festivities.

"[He] headed toward the restroom and stumbled into a grass wall covering the restrooms and completely knocked it over,” a source told Us Weekly magazine.

The private party was filled with celebrities and fun activities.

Apparently guests had the option of ordering alcoholic beverages from several bar areas, getting a bite to eat from a sushi booth, in addition to wolfing down sweet dessert treats and delicious appetisers. There was also a smoking section for people who wanted to have a cigarette. Seth’s tennis court was transformed into a jazz bar, with an upper deck built on it specifically for the bash.

Everyone was entertained by a DJ and a jazz band. At one point host Seth took it upon himself to belt out some tunes by Frank Sinatra, including the late singer’s hit Learnin’ the Blues. The funnyman also made jokes.

"How many of you came to the [Ted 2] screening? How many of you came just to the party? You motherf***ers!" he quipped to a laughing crowd.

The party’s ambience seemed to bring out the romance in some of the attendees.

Nina Dobrev and her new boyfriend Austin Stowell supposedly kissed each other throughout and got a chance to share a romantic dance at one point in the night.

Other celebrity attendees included Alex Borstein, Geoff Stults, Ben Savage, Dennis Haysbert and Debby Ryan.

Ted 2, which stars Mark Wahlberg and Amanda Seyfried, reaches American theatres on June 26.

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