London Lite Thursday, 12 November 2009 15 Im living in a real Twilight world... and I have to hide Historic treasure Bentley, a 14 month old Chihuahua owned by Chloe Francis, with his favourite toy. Dog of the Day Discover Dogs, 14-15 November, Earls Court 1. Meet over 200 adorable breeds. Under 12s go free. For your dog to be Dog of the Day and win free tickets* to Discover Dogs, visit www.discoverdogs.org.uk a 14 month old Chihuahua owned by Chloe Francis, with his favourite toy. * Terms and conditions apply A GOLD ring with a lock of Napoleons hair that belonged to architect Sir John Soane has been found at a Christies auction. It was thought missing since Soanes death in 1837. The buyer will sell it to the Soane Museum in Lincolns Inn Fields for 41,000. by kevin widdop Adulation: fans at the Battersea Park event TWILIGHT fever hit the capital last night as hordes of screaming fans braved the cold to welcome film star Robert Pattinson back home. The Hollywood heart-throb, 23, who plays a vampire in the hugely popular movie, flew into London to greet hysteri- cal fans at an event in Battersea Park to celebrate the release of New Moon, the second instalment in the series. But the star is still fully getting used to his rapid rise up the fame ladder and even compared it to a virus. He said: Its such a novelty to me still. If Im still stuck in hotel rooms in 10 years and I havent figured out any other way than hiding, it probably would annoy me a little bit. I dont know how, it just explodes so quickly. It takes seven months to take hold -- its like a virus. Pattinson was brought up in Barnes, and went to boys preparatory Tower House School in East Sheen. He became a member of Barnes theatre club, but his role as 108-year-old Edward Cullen in the Twilight films has catapulted him into megastardom. Last night he turned out with co-stars Kristen Stewar t and Taylor Lautner and said fans reaction had increased as they toured the globe. He added: We went to Japan earlier this year. There wasnt much of a reaction, but last week when we went again, it exploded, like here. Star:Pattinson andapalin London lastnight vampIre sTars fame bITes as new movIes fans go wIld 1 Wii Fit Plus (Nintendo) 2 Fifa 10 (EA Sports) 3 Wii Sports Resort (Nintendo) 4 Football Manager 2010 (Sega) 5 Dragon Age: Origins (EA Games) 6 Forza Motorsport 3 (Microsoft) 7 Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Winter Games (Sega) 8 Grand Theft Auto Episodes -- Liberty City (Rockstar) 9 Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (Konami) 10Tekken 6 Namco (Bandai Games) Source: UK Chart Track poST yoUR ibLoG ReviewS AT thisislondon.co.uk/lite Mario & Sonic at the olyMpic Winter GaMeS (Wii) MARio, Sonic and chums return to the sports field with predictably enjoyable results. Events including snowboarding, bobsleighing and speed skating make innovative and fairly full use of the Wiis various accessories. Endless hours of great fun. brIan, KensIngTon ReadeRs iBlog ToP 10 gaMes sound&lite Gamesreviews call of duty: Modern Warfare 2 (pS3) ThE most hotly anticipated game of the year is worth every bit of the hype. Everything from graphics to gameplay is top drawer as the intensity of the battlefield is brought to life on your screen. The attention to detail and variety of game modes will devour hours (or quite possibly entire days) of your life. (Activision, 54.99) band hero (xbox 360) BANd hERo takes the Guitar hero franchise and gives it a family- friendly, pop makeover. it comes with guitar, microphone and drums to get you bopping along to chart dance, pop and even R&B. There are tons of tracks and it also looks great. (Activision, game only 49.99, with instruments 149.99) alIsTaIr fosTer index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html48.html49.html50.html51.html52.html53.html54.html55.html56.html57.html58.html59.html