Taylor Lautner joins IG and offers ex-girlfriend Taylor Swifts number to David Spade
18 May 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Taylor Lautner has joined the video and photo sharing site Instagram and he uploaded a minute-long video featuring David Spade and Adam Sandler for his first post.
The “Twilight” alum talked about what he would want to do in order to announce in a big way that he has joined the social media platform.
In the first part of the video, Lautner told Sandler that he wanted to do a backflip but in slow motion. He then performs a back flip and Sandler thinks the idea is not good as he has seen Lautner do such many times in the past. Lautner then pitches another idea, which is catching grapes with his mouth. Sandler said that he has seen Lautner do the trick in a few of his interviews.
Lautner then goes ahead and does “dabbing” which is like a form of a dance. It was also rejected by the “Blended” actor as he says that he does not like seeing Lautner do dabbing because it’s gross.
The former flame of Taylor Swift runs out of ideas and asked Sandler if he would do a cameo in the video that he comes up with but the “Big Daddy” star said that his dog does not like him to be in the video.
Lautner wonders who could cameo in his video and Spade comes into the picture. Spade first refused to have to do anything with the video but Lautner said: "I'll give you Taylor Swift 's number.” Lautner and Swift dated back in 2009 after meeting on the set of the flick “Valentine’s Day.”
The post of Lautner was captioned with the following: "Hello Instagram ! It only took me until the year 2016 to finally join, sorry I'm so late to the party haha . Huge thank you to my buds @andamsandler and @davidspade for helping me introduce my page."
Lautner has been hanging out with Spade and Sandler for the original movie of Netflix entitled “The Ridiculous 6.” A company spokesperson for Netflix said in a statement, "The movie has ridiculous in the title for a reason: because it is ridiculous. It is a broad satire of Western movies and the stereotypes they popularized, featuring a diverse cast that is not only part of—but in on—the joke.”