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Ashley Greene On ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2’ Premiere — Tears Were Shed

Wed, January 23, 2013 9:40am EDT by Add first Comment
Ashley Greene Breaking Dawn 2 Premiere

The star told us about the very ’emotional’ experience with the cast and spilled on her favorite, custom-made Donna Karan premiere dress from the ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2’ promotional tour. WATCH our exclusive interview with her right here!

We got to catch up with Ashley Greene, 25, at the grand opening of Andrea’s restaurant at Encore at the Wynn Las Vegas on Jan. 16, where the star gushed about coming together with the Twilight cast for the LA premiere of Breaking Dawn Part 2. “I think all the girls had to wear waterproof mascara,” she says. “We all got a little emotional because it’s overwhelming everytime we have a premiere, seeing all the fans. To be able to see them, it’s just an incredible thing, and you can’t replicate the feeling. It goes down in the books for me,” she says. She even told us tears were shed when the cast gathered together for the momentous occasion!

Ashley Shares Her Favorite Premiere Looks:

The face of DKNY wore a gorgeous, custom-made Donna Karan gown for the event, and she said it was one of her favorite dresses ever. “I always love those kind of fairytale princess moments on a red carpet because I think in my everyday life, I don’t really wear that much makeup and I kind of stick to jeans and my flats and my t-shirts, and so those moments are always very fun. Although, the NY Premiere, I will say, was also a very big stretch for me, I think,” she explains. Whether it’s a chic New York look, a princess gown, or a laid back tee, this stunning beauty never fails to impress an audience.

WATCH our interview with Ashley below to see what else she had to say about reuniting with the cast from the Twilight saga for one last time.

Courtney Dunn, Reporting by Katrina Mitzeliotis

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