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Robert Pattinson Wants to Cast Betty White in 'Breaking Dawn'

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Jul. 1 2010, Published 6:37 a.m. ET

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Is there anyone out there who doesn't love Betty White? Didn't think so. After her success hosting Saturday Night Live, her hilarious Super Bowl commercial and her new show Hot in Cleveland, this  Golden Girls acting vet is on a roll again. So where should she land next? Robert Pattinson thinks she should join the Twilight Saga cast in Breaking Dawn

When E!'s Marc Malkin proposed the casting choice to R-Pattz at the Eclipse premiere recently, he apparently was onboard with the idea!

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"Definitely," he said. "She can be the baby."

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By "baby," he means Edward and Bella's half-vamp half-human baby, Renesmee, who does happen to age more quickly than humans — but we don't think she'd grow fast enough to be an octagenarian!

"Oh, my gosh," Kellan Lutz agreed when he was asked as well. "I love Betty. I would love for them to do what they did in Benjamin Button with her and she can be Renesmee. I would change some scenes up so we could have Jacob and Emmet going for her. I want to work with her. That would be so much fun."

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Even author Stephenie Meyer is a fan!

"We have so many vampires in Breaking Dawn, surely she can fit in somewhere," Stephenie said. "Wouldn't it be amazing if she was like just sitting there with a big group of the Volturi? That would be amazing."

Betty White for Queen of the World? Just putting it out there.

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