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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn II: Five Best Moments [Spoiler Alert]

Ladies and Gentleman, we are sad to announce that The Twilight Saga which kept us obsessed for nearly half a decade has come to an end. But, before we bid farewell to the beloved and oh so sparkly Cullen clan, we had to sneak one more post in.

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Although we didn't spend ten hours with the rest of the freaky fans watching all five movies in a row, we did get a front row seat to check out the final film last night. And despite some awkward sighs from Bella and an overly sensitive Jacob, Breaking Dawn Part 2 didn't disappoint. Here's our five favorite moments from finale.

Beware: Some serious spoiler alerts follow. 

5. Vampire Bella
Bella's dreams of becoming immortal have finally come true, and she looks so much better because of it. In fact, she's not nearly as uncomfortable and awkward as in the first four films. Makes us wish Edward had done this way earlier on. 

4. The other vampires
The Cullens traveled far and wide gathering some of their vampy friends to help out against the Volturi. And much to our delight, they weren't nearly as pale or cheesy as the rest of the Cullens. There were some serious vampire hotties packed into the last film which we wouldn't have minded getting a bite or two from.

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Betsey Denberg

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