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Wednesday 1 October 2014

Robert Pattinson's Dior ad 'fancy'

Robert Pattinson

The details of Robert Pattinson's campaign for Christian Dior men's fragrance have been revealed.

The actor's advert for the Dior Homme fragrance has been shrouded in secrecy and will only be aired in Europe, excluding the UK, and Asia.

However, E! Online has obtained exclusive details about the clip, which was shot in the ballroom of the luxe Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York City.

"It was a ceremony with a lot of guests dressed very fancy. There was a six-piece formal band with violins," a source told the website.

The spy also added that around 100 people gathered as extras in the background and that a French director, crew and translator helmed the shoot.

Joining the dapper Twilight star on set was apparently an unnamed, beautiful model.

"They ran through the crowd and stopped on the dance floor. Rob danced with an older lady and the girl would dance with the kids," the insider continued.

"During the scene, they were holding hands and danced a little before splitting up so Rob could dance with the older lady. The scene was that others were not amused by this - like those two were crashing a ceremony."

The advert was shot in December and on Wednesday Dior revealed teaser pictures of Robert looking suave in black and white and sporting stubble.

"Robert has been photographed for the campaign by American artist Nan Goldin and filmed by French director Romain Gavras, which is currently being broadcast exclusively in Europe (excluding the UK) and Asia (excluding China and Japan)," Dior said in a statement.

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