Robsten Confirms To Oprah That They're Dating

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Finally! Someone gets Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart to confirm what the world already knew.

For all of you who have read the Twilight books and are secretly psyched to see the new movie, Eclipse, when it opens in June, the good people at The Oprah Winfrey Show have decided to air a special Robsten episode this Thursday, featuring interviews with Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and Dakota Fanning.

According to E!'s Ted Casablancas, Oprah decided that she had to "go there" and ask Rob and Kristen if they were dating during the show. (Evidently, Oprah thought she could do what no other interviewer has and get them to actually confirm it.) And while they gave their standard non-answer, with Rob joking that Kristen was pregnant and Kristen joking that Rob was going to have the baby, it was another story backstage. Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart Are "Together"

It turns out that in exchange for not grilling them too hard on the subject, Oprah and her peeps were treated to a confirmation of Rob and Kristen's dating status by their representatives. 5 Kristen Stewart Traits That Robert And Men Love

"Obviously, Oprah had to ask something during the taping, but agreed beforehand she wouldn't be too hard on [Rob and Kristen] if they told her what was really going on. Both Rob and Kristen's people and Summit then confirmed ahead of time [Rob and Kristen] are together and are dating. One hundred percent," said an O staffer spy. Kristen Stewart: Robert Pattinson Is "My Husband"

So there you have it! If all of those blurry paparazzi photos of them hanging out and holding hands together weren't enough for you non-believers, surely this is proof that our favorite mopey actress and her sparkly vampire heartthrob are a couple.

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