Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson

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Sure, we're excited to see Rooney Mara, The Help cast and Brangelina all dolled up at the Oscars. But it wouldn't be the Awful Truth if we weren't also dying to know if a certain Twilight twosome might attend the oh-so-prestigious awards ceremony as well.

So are Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart set to hit the stage as presenters?

Grab your tissues, Twi-hards, and prepare for another Robsten-less evening.

"I don't think it's going to happen," a source involved in the Oscar preproduction tell us.


It's not like it's a totally crazy notion: Both Rob and Kristen have attended the swanky event before.

Rob (looking scruffy sexy even on the chicest of evenings) attended in 2009 and presented a tribute to romance with Amanda Seyfried . And K.Stew the next year—donning a stunning navy Monique Lhullier gown—when she presented a tribute to horror with wolfy costar Taylor Lautner.

And if they were ever to attend (ya know, short of being nominated at some unknown point in the future), it'd make sense to do it now: Rob's lusty flick Bel Ami hits theaters a few days after the Academy Awards and Kristen has Snow White and the Huntsman hitting theaters in the summer.

Of course, there's also Breaking Dawn Part 2.

But still, our Academy know-all says, "It's not likely."

Bummer. But get this—there's another MIA actor that's getting far more attention for the fact that he'll be missing the ceremony this year. In fact, our source says it's who most inquiries are about these days:

The Artist's Uggie.

Yep, our sources confirm the pooch is out for the grand ceremony. And that breaks our hearts! Heck, the dog probably is more deserving of a Best Supporting Actor nomination that Jonah Hill, but that's just our humble opinion.

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