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Taylor Lautner: Joyful 'Letterman' Visit!

Taylor Lautner: Joyful 'Letterman' Visit!

Taylor Lautner is all smiles as he arrives at the Ed Sullivan Theater to tape an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman on Wednesday (September 21) in NYC.

The 19-year-old actor signed autographs and greeted fans outside the studios before heading in for his interview.

Taylor chatted about filming his latest movie Abduction and talked about his Martial Arts skills.

“It’s a little bit for show, it works for the movies but if I met a guy in the back alley, he could probably just sit on me and take me,” Taylor joked. It definitely looks cool in the movies and I was able to do a lot in this film.”

Abduction hits theaters today!

Taylor Lautner – The Late Show with David Letterman

10+ pictures inside of Taylor Lautner arriving at the Ed Sullivan Theater…

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  • tenors

    @hahahaha: so gay, but it’s not something bad!

  • BloodbuzzOhio

    He sounds like he’s lacking in a few brain cells.

  • Marco M

    he’s a real man

  • John R.

    He seems to be a nice kid. Leave him alone, haters.

  • hahahaha

    @John R.: go make love to him John, he’s ghey just like you!

  • John R.


    “Gay” seems to be your favorite cussword, flat-earther.

  • pink

    @John R.: wtf gay is not a cussword! it means happy!….he seems so nice and down to earth.

  • John R.


    But hahahaha uses it as a cussword. And now I’m out of this childish discussion.

    And I agree with you, that Taylor seems to be nice and down to earth.

  • Tes


  • veronica

    i saw the movie and it was bad i mean very bad.he cant act.and he kinda look gay.i mean he is i think so he wont come come out becous of his his career but i think after this movie he wont have any career left.

  • alex

    if his abs are the only thing he can offer for now he dont have any career.i saw the movie yesterday.and its very bad.poor thing he won’t have a job for along time.he should take acting lessons and fire his dad maneger.becous this movie wasnt for him .its to much to soon.and god he should do somthing with his nose becous its realy make him ugly.

  • adam

    so what if he cant act, he is hot.and for all the ladies out there he is definitely gay .believe me ;)

  • sigfried

    I think he is gay too

  • lafamepoma

    I used to like him but is quite tiring now, when all the Twilight’s movies finish I wanna see him if he will work yet

  • CME

    U skitches r rude as hell

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