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Mar. 21 2011, Published 4:30 a.m. ET

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In case you missed it or just want to watch it again, Robert Pattinson chatted with Jay Leno on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Friday night to chat about his new movie, Water for Elephants.

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Robert began his chat with Jay talking about growing up with sisters before discussing his new Vanity Fair shoot, but Jay was more interested in the car Rob was photographed in.

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Watch the interview below!

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In part two of his interview, Rob recalled his road trip from L.A. to New Orleans and stopping to sing karaoke in a bar with his friends.

And as a gift, Jay found the beef jerky Rob ate throughout his journey.

Watch part two below!

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But then Rob really got into the good stuff and discussed Water for Elephants and working with huge co-star.

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"The first time I met Thai the elephant, I just got in her mouth. It just seemed like a good place to be!’" he said.

"She had these huge lips and her teeth were all the way at the back so she just carried me around!" he added.

Rob then shared a story about his co-star Reese Witherspoon that she may not like — the time Reese was farted in the face by the elephant!

Watch the full episode below!

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