"Breaking Dawn" Fans Fake Their Engagement To Look Like Kristen Stewart

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Well, this is taking Twilight fandom to an entirely new (and dedicated) level.

Apparently females across the country have been flocking to bridal salons to try on the $799 replica of the custom Carolina Hererra wedding gown Kristen Stewart wears in Breaking Dawn to walk down the aisle as Bella.

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Well, this is taking Twilight fandom to an entirely new (and dedicated) level.

Apparently females across the country have been flocking to bridal salons to try on the $799 replica of the custom Carolina Hererra long-sleeve wedding gown with lace back cut-out that Kristen Stewart wears in Breaking Dawn to walk down the aisle as Bella.

But not just engaged Twilight fans, it seems like a lot of teen girls who are most likely (we hope) NOT engaged are booking appointments as well.

The problem is, most bridal ateliers only let engaged customers make appointments to try on dresses so this means there's a lot of lying going on by single Twihards. And we're guessing some serious ring borrowing and a lot of 'My fiancee's name is Edward' happening too. However, with some stores going as far as to place cardboard cutouts of Edward and Jacob next to the dress, it looks like they don't mind getting lied to.

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What do you think, would you fake being engaged in order to look like Kristen for a couple of minutes in a dressing room mirror? Seems like a better use of their time would be to go see Breaking Dawn again. It would be better to relive the wedding on the big screen vs. coming up with fake engagement details to lie your way through a dress fitting.

Although, judging by the movie's #1 spot at the box office for a third weekend, we're guessing they're doing that too.

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