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It has been 10 years since the first Twilight movie graced our screens, and the cast is now all grown up.

Everyone's favorite werewolf is now 27 years old and his one-that-got-away was there to help ring in his birthday.


Taylor Lautner rang in his 27th birthday on February 11th.

His girlfriend Tay surprised him with a birthday get together, and his co-star and on-screen almost lover, Kristen Stewart, made an appearance.

The two appeared in a picture with celebrity hairstylist CJ Romero and Twilight fans can barely contain themselves.

Romero captioned the picture:

"Damn K looks sexy. T is a pretty little liar. And I look like I'm ready for bed."

Kristen and Taylor look so perfect cozied up to each other that people are hopping back onto Team Jacob.







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Happy birthday, Taylor!!

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