Robert Pattinson Gets 'Girls Gone Wild' Offer: Other Celebs that Are Fans

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Robert Pattinson Gets 'Girls Gone Wild' Offer: Other Celebs that Are Fans
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Robert Pattinson is getting offers from "Girls Gone Wild."

Is Robert Pattinson going to appear in the next "Girls Gone Wild" video? It's very unlikely, but the offer is there if he wants it. According to reports, the "Twilight" actor has been offered a whopping $100,000 to appear in one of the videos, which typically involve party girls lifting their tops on camera. The offer comes on the heels of Robert's recent tongue-in-cheek comments about the infamous franchise. "Per your positive comments, 'Girls Gone Wild' would like to give you the unique opportunity to make those comments a reality," said creator Joe Francis in a letter to the star. It might be hard to imagine Robert risking his reputation by accepting the offer, but he's not the first star to praise "Girls Gone Wild." Here are a few other famous people that have a little love for the videos.

Brad Pitt

As one of the biggest stars in Hollywood, Brad's opinion carries a little more weight than that of most celebrities. Therefore, his ringing endorsement of "Girls Gone Wild" probably did more for the franchise than anything else. "I just succumb to the advertising," joked the star during an interview. Not only is he an admitted fan, but he has also been known to where trucker hats that endorse the videos. That's a nice bit of advertising for Joe and his company.

Eminem

Back in 2002, the rapper took a break from the Anger Management Tour in order to participate in a "Girls Gone Wild" video. Clearly a fan of the videos, he reportedly recorded some voice overs and even appeared on camera. However, the anticipated footage never saw the light of day. "'Girls Gone Wild' wasn't happy with Eminem's participation and is not happy with the finished product," said the company in a statement released in 2003. As a result of that, the potentially fun video was shelved for good.

Snoop Dogg

Unlike Eminem, this rapper actually hosted a video that was commercially released. Snoop hosted the video "Girls Gone Wild: Doggy Style," which featured him socializing with girls during Mardi Gras in New Orleans in 2002. Not surprisingly, it became one of the most successful videos in the history of the franchise. Unfortunately, it also brought on a little bit of legal trouble for the star. In 2003, a lawsuit was filed alleging that at least one of the participating girls was a minor. Of course, that did little to damage Snoop or the production company.

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