Kellan visits the Holy Land

"wild child" visits Israel

Dear Kellan-

Does Anna Lynn McCord understand the irony between calling you a “wild child” and saying you’re on a trip to Israel in the same interview? Because I do, and I love it. I really really reeeeeeallly hope some day I can confirm all these crazies ideas I have about you being some wild and crazy party kid but down home good ol Christian boy who goes on mission trips, loves his momma and does mammogram videos with her. Because shiz like this only makes me wish for it harder.

Of the few news items I read about twi people today, this interview were AnnaLynn mentions you going to Israel was the only one that made me laugh. You, on a tour of Israel, or as my grandparents like to call it: The Holy Land! All I can picture is you getting baptized in the Jordan river by Jackson Rathbone, then taking a float in the Dead Sea in your Calvin manties, after a drunken night of trying to turn water into wine you run to the beach telling your tour group you’re going to show that Peter dummy how that whole ‘walking on water’ thing works. Spoiler alert: you make more splashing sounds then a drowning victim.

So really the only answer as to why you could be in Israel is because you must be on a goodwill tour of the middle east because I can’t think about you on a tour of the Holy Land without laughing really hard. It’s good though since you’re now into giving back and charity and such because if anyone can bring peace to the middle east, it’s you with some Calvin Kleins under your caftan.

Kellan is my Shepherd, I shall not want,

So I guess the VMA’s happened last night. But if the trinity wasn’t there to make it awkward or present a clip from their home videos from their summer vacay them I’m not interested. Anything I missed? But really, why is Kellan in Israel? Ideas?

Thanks via GossipCop

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  • Why did I not follow this guy’s adventures between girls with melting panties and all that’s holy? All seems hilarity brillz. I want to be there when Rob and him tell stories about their respective roadtrips.
    Rob: I took off Tom’s boxers b/c I didn’t have any anymore and since we bought it together there was no reason for him to have it.
    Kellan: I toook off those girls panties, but that’s OK, they told me everything’s pure in the Holy Land.

  • Bea

    Bwahahahaha. Moon, your version of Kellan makes me so happy. And only partially because I grew up with people who have this split personality.

  • JodieO

    Maybe he went to Isreal because there are still people in this world who have never heard of Twilight and he’s hoping for some attention before they all jump on the Rob bandwagon? How many Team Emmett shirts did he hand out?

    • Team Emmett – ha!

      Where’ve you been, JodieO?

      • JodieO

        I know! I have been shamefully absent from the comments lately. But I *have* been in Rob’s Flat in the forum all day every day. You should stop by!

        I will also be in Portland the weekend of Nov 6 to see Bobby Long. You should, too!

        • The Forum is a mystery to me….

          Bobby Long…hmmmmm. I’d have to further investigate his music and decide if I can handle being at a concert where most of the other attendees will be rabid Twi-fans. It’s possible we’d be the most “normal” ones there. What do you think?

          • JodieO

            He’s opening for Michael Franti & Spearhead. Hopefully where he’s more of the opener, and since it’s Portland, it won’t be full of 2nd hand embarrassment. So long as we don’t show up wearing Cullen crests or Edward shirts we can separate ourselves from the crazy.

          • JodieO

            The forum is lots of fun. We have a daily thread up in Rob’s flat where we hang out and shoot the breeze all day. Give it a whirl. =)

        • Also, he’s not listed on the State Theatre website, nor on ticketmaster. It’s on his site…maybe it’s sold out?

  • lindsaylee

    I sometimes wonder if anna lynn is referring to the same Kellen we all know and love…
    you know, like two siblings that have such complete different stories about their upbringings that is seems as though they were raised by two different sets of parents…
    That’s how I imagine this scenario

    VMA’s super boring, not even a BRAND NEW, NEVER BEFORE SEEN!! harry potter preview – lame

    • MC

      I agree they were lame, & the host??? I thought her jokes were bizarre, & she tried SO hard to be funny, but she sure didn’t get too many laughs!

  • Balina101

    The real question is: Why am I not in Israel??! I’m there all the time. Work with my schedule, Kellan, geesh. Perhaps he’s giving up on Calvin Klein and working for Victoria’s Secret now (A lot of their panties are made in Israel)…

  • Manties!!!! Love it!!! LOL!!!

    • ChillinWithCullens

      Manties FTW!!!

      Yum. Thanks Ladies, I SOOOO needed that delish Kellan photo this morning!!

  • eatmyjorts

    I think Moon has a crush. Face it, he has the lots: abs, cash, a functional knowledge of Scripture…Kellan & Moonie sitting in tree P-R-A-Y….

    • eatmyjorts

      Moon, can you confirm Twitter rumours that ‘Holy Land’is a euphemism for certain areas of your anatomy?

  • operarose

    I have several friends who have been to Israel and all have reported that the parties there are insanely crazy. Israeli youth apparently party very hard.

    So, I think it could go either way. He’s either partying hard in his chicest CKs, in true “wild child” style, and getting “private Hebrew lessons” *raised eyebrows*; or, he’s taking a pilgrimage to all the holy land tourist sites, in that “pious and modest CK” outfit that you posted, I’m sure.

    • Bea

      This is actually very true– the only group of people I knew in college who partied harder than my Israeli friends were the rugby players.

    • JellyBeanRainbow

      Of course they do, they are the people who truly understand the meaning of “Carpe Diem”. With all the suicide bombings going on in Israel on a daily basis, they know there is a good chance they will end up dead the next day.

      • operarose

        Sad but somewhat true. This is what a couple of my friends said too.

        By the way, I didn’t mean to trivialize that fact by saying that they knew how to party hard. It’s just…they do…so Kellan can go on being wild over there πŸ˜‰

  • MariaCecilia

    Hm, all I can say is: stay out of the conservative Jewish quarters in Jerusalem Kellan, if you know what’s good for you. I’ve been there. Oh, sure, they tend to pelt only inappropriately dressed WOMEN with garbage (“inappropriate” as in, not wearing headdress, long skirts and baggy long sleeve shirts – sorry Ashley, painted-on bathing suits are an absolute no-no.) ..but I am sure when you turn up with that bod of yours, all the men with their long beards and big black hats will smell trouble and run you out, hollering and throwing potato peels and rotten melons your way. Alternatively, gouge all their women’s eyes out, but that would be impractical for doing house work later.

  • He’s definitely part of a special envoy to the middle east to help work out that whole peace thing. Sec. Clinton asked him personally to accompany her and his job is to organize a big Israeli-Palistinean vampire baseball game. They’re going to have mixed teams and hope everyone has such a good time they forget all about those problems with settlements, bombs and the like.

    (Really, Sec. Clinton just wanted to see Kellan in a baseball jersey with his hat on sideways in person…)

  • snowwhitedrifted

    *checking out Kellen’s “Staff”*

    • bahaha! wondering if it can perform miracles?

      • snowwhitedrifted

        It parts the Red Sea.

        • Does it also bring forth water from the rock?

    • MC

      Check this out snowwhitedrifted……YUMMY!!


      • OMG! That was quite the video. It was kinda naughty too. he he he. Was anyone else distracted by the bulge or was that just me. (blushing)

      • ChillinWithCullens

        **starts slow clap**

        fully appreciated THAT video!

    • Stacey

      You are a naughty girl. But it does seem that he has a mighty fine “staff”.

    • TeamJacobEdward

      Thank you SWD. My eyes–having a mind all their own–went right there when I looked at the pic. I feel less pervish now that I know it wasn’t just me.

  • Sj

    I would strip down to a painted bikini for Jackson the Baptist. Especially if he can guarantee an audience with the Trinity. I’m sensing a new itinary addition to LTT World Tour.

    Ps I agree with Operarose above- iPhone reply fail- kellan and Hillars must be tight. They both care hard.

  • Sj

    OMG of course! He’s there to lobby for Rob’s sainthood, what with the miracle of the burning dashboard he needs no other proof surely.

    Robsflamingdash – get thee to Rome stat. Kellan is sure to turn up there soon needing backup.

  • GeminiGypsy

    So, Ashley Greene was an announcer at the VMAs last night, and she started speaking before people had stopped clapping (maybe she was nervous?) so we missed half of what she had to say πŸ˜› But, it was also funny that she was introducing Florence + the Machine because they were on the Twilight soundtrack!

  • Luludee

    Oh hai Kellan.
    Suddenly, I’m really noticing you. It’s the red headdress, I’m sure. πŸ˜‰

    • eatmyjorts

      I had a little moment of this myself, & then I was all ‘but he’s blond…where’s my (lifelong) blond filter gone?’. Then I realised that Eric Northman must’ve torn a massive hole in it as he crashed through & other blond guys are peeking through. No offence to the world of blond/blonde…my admiration is no loss to you.

      Still don’t get the Eric thing…is it because he’s culturally blond (viking) & not just incidentally blond, so I can overlook this as the rest of him is so interesting? It’s a slow day in my brain today.

      • Luludee

        Same here. I almost never notice the blondes. But I’m drawn to brunettes (with light eyes) like a magnet *coughIanSmolderholdercough*
        I’m on the fence about the Viking. He’s hot in the show (because he’s a brooding, kickass vampire??), but any other time I see him, I feel rather meh about him.
        But Kellan has now somehow managed to catch my eye, lol.

  • Stacey

    Hi Kellan’s abs. Happy to see you today. I’ve missed you.

    • ChillinWithCullens

      Hahahaha! Nice!! Love you Stacey! πŸ™‚

    • eatmyjorts

      Was the word ‘beefcake’ coined for this man?

  • JellyBeanRainbow

    Tel Aviv, not Houston or Montreal is a place to be at the moment, duuuuh.
    James Van der Beek (who?????) got married there recently and Rihanna had a gig a couple of weeks ago.
    I guess Kellan is the next protegee of Israeli tourist board.

    • operarose

      Montreal’s always the place to be.

      …but I might be biased.

  • MidnightCougar

    Hey Moon: Here is a You-Tube video of Kellan in Israel on September 13th! Take a look!!

    Cheers: MC

  • Midnight_Cyn

    Hey everyone! Sorry I was AWOL yesterday…saw the picture of Kellan and well that was the last thing I remember!
    Actually had no internet till today…missed you all even for one day!

    Since no new post today…can I ask for advice from my friends here? Which just happens to be somewhat related to the post…it has to do with religion….Ok since I didn’t hear any objections:
    I JUST found out that my son’s only living grandparent & Aunt will NOT be attending his wedding b/c they are now Jehovahs witnesses and I guess they are not allowed to go into any other forms of church…needless to say finding this out at the last minute ( they had no intention of telling us, just showing up at the reception) has caused a HUGE rift btw them and my hubs (his Mom)..and I don’t know how to break this to my son who will be very upset as he had special things planned for his “Nana” ….personally each day is presenting new problems/complications and I am about ready to loose it… any thoughts/suggestions???

    • MidnightCougar

      I actually had a similar situation at my wedding, only it was one of my best-friend’s husband; he is an athiest, & refused to come in the church for my wedding & wouldn’t let my friend bring in their daughter either. My friend attended the ceremony, but her husband would only come to the reception. I was so disappointed, but what could I say??

      Your son will be disappointed, but he can’t let that ruin his most special day. Maybe try to focus on the postives: At least he will have his “Nana” & Aunt at the reception, & maybe he can incorporate those special things he had planned for his “Nana” into the reception.

      I hope all works out: Best Wishes & God Bless: MC

      • Midnight_Cyn

        Thanks MC..I am afraid now though that they will not be even attending the reception as my husband “kinda lost it” with his sister and now I am in limbo b/c they hung up on each other after he told them to “just stay home”… ugghhh

        • eatmyjorts

          Can you ask them to suggest an alternative location/time for a special visit so that thay don’t all miss out on each other? So hard though, a friend of mine had similar with Plymouth Brethren relatives at both weddings & funerals…if you offer them an alternative then it’s up to them to make the effort & then praise or blame goes where it’s due.
          As for the phonecall – wedding stress will out, & can probably be smoothed over…is there time for people to simmer down?


          • Midnight_Cyn

            I don’t think this is going away even after the wedding. The hubs is a really easy going guy..I mean he’s put up with me right?? But, in this situation he is not as angry as he is hurt which for him is much worse. The fact that they were not even going to tell us, so imagine our panic when they didn’t arrive (its several hour drive)? Every day its been something else on his side of the family…his brother sent back his RSVP and we found out the same day that all this erupted that b/c he can’t bring his kids he has decided not to go…he also wasn’t going to tell us.. (I am thinking the MOB would not be happy paying for all these meals for ppl that don’t show)… as if I wasn’t stressed enough…. πŸ™

        • I kinda Agree with your husband. It is a selfish act that th gp’s are doing. this wedding is not about them. they should think enough of there grandson to attend his big day. if they don’t want to come because it is a different church then they should stay home. it is not like they are gonna have to be sacrificed on the alter because they enter the building. They are there to witness this union of your son to his new bride, to welcome her to the family. I think if they don’t come to the ceremony then they should not attend the reception either. That is just my oppinion. But in the end it is up to your son and his bride what should be done it is there day. Congrats btw.

          • Midnight_Cyn

            BOY DO I LOVE YOUR NAME!!! I wish I had thought of that one!! (Mine is in homage to that unfinished work by SM)!
            Anyway, thanks for advice..I really appreciate the way you worded it and put it into perspective. I am the one trying to make peace btw everyone…( my son doesn’t know about any of this I hate to put a damper on his day) but I don’t think that this time I CAN….thanks again for all the help!

          • Midnight_Cyn,

            I hope it helps, just remember anytime you feel pissed off about that situation, That this is you son getting married!!! It is an exciting day for not only has you son found someone that he loves and wants to spent his life with, you are gaining a daughter, you family is growing . And soon there will be babies!!! You get to spoil them and the send them home to there parents. Sometimes I wish I could send mine home to there parents, then reality hits me and I remember, “Crap I am the parent, I have to keep them”!!!! LOL

    • JodieO

      This is just another reason you should encourage your son to marry me instead. I wouldn’t get married in a church. ;P

      But seriously, that does suck. =( Maybe once tempers settle down a little bit a compromise can be made with the special thing taking place during the reception instead of the ceremony. It does seem like they should be able to set their feelings aside for someone else for an hour, but it’s hard to disregard someone’s religious beliefs. I’m sorry, Cyn, this is the last thing you need to be worrying about.

      • Midnight_Cyn

        JodieO I already consider you like a daughter, married to my son or not. πŸ™‚
        Your right though, this really was the last thing I needed right now less than a week and a half to the big day. I also am put in the awkward position of not only telling my son, but calling the MOB and telling her this late that several people are not coming even though they said they were. Hopefully the country club will allow her to adjust the count.
        I am very respectful of all religions, what I resent is that they were not going to tell us and this would have caused a huge scene the day of the wedding, waiting, concerned etc., I am just hoping to survive this diaster, I swear I got such a migrane the other day I thought my head was going to explode…

        • JodieO

          Awwwh, you’re so sweet. =)

          Yeah, not telling anyone they weren’t going to show really wasn’t a good idea. My dad held up my sister’s wedding for a good half hour waiting on his sisters who never showed up. =( He had gotten really worried about them. Turns out they were just cows and didn’t feel like showing up.

  • Janetrigs


    • Midnight_Cyn

      Is everything okay??? YOUR SMILING???? I am worried about you! πŸ™‚

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