One Twilight star has made a huge career move


Of all the people you would think about seeing in the press area for a Nicki Minaj concert, we didn’t have Taylor Lautner high up on the list. Or, at all, actually.

But, there he was. Sporting his new buzz cut and a Nikon camera, the Twilight star has made the move behind the lens these days it seems.

The 23-year old was in the press photographer’s area at London’s Wireless Festival on Sunday evening. He is probably not one of the people demanding a refund for his ticket after Nicki showed up two hours late then.

The Michigan native has seen a slowdown in his acting career as of late. While co-stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have gone on to star in a number of successful films, Taylor has been keeping a low profile since Breaking Dawn Part 2 hit cinemas in 2012.

The Hollywood Reporter revealed that at one point Taylor was able to earn almost €7 million per film not too long ago.

However, following the critical disaster that was Abduction in 2011 (it received a 4% score on Rotten Tomatoes), the roles seem to be harder and harder for Taylor to come by.

The buff heart throb is obviously not going to let himself sit by idly if this weekend’s activities are any indication.

He seemed to be taking his photographer duties very seriously as he snapped photos of Nicki’s controversial concert.

The US music star ended up stuck in traffic en route to her performance which left her fans waiting for hours before she made her appearance.

Her lateness meant she ended up interrupting David Guetta’s set and fans were not impressed.

The Mirror reports that after some fans had to leave the festival and miss Nicki’s performance, they’re demanding refunds for their tickets (which can cost up to €100) , with some taking to Twitter to voice their outrage. 

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