‘Breaking Dawn Part 2’ Spoiler: Cast Dancing on the After-Credits Scene?

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By Kristin Dian Mariano | October 5, 2012 1:30 PM EST

Actress Nikki Reed revealed that the after-credits clip of the much anticipated final Twilight film is a cheerful dance number courtesy of the whole cast.

When actor Kellan Lutz who plays Emmett in the Twilight series revealed that the film will include a short clip after the credits several weeks ago, a lot of Twi-hards became curious on what the film will show. Nikki Reed, who is famously known as Rosalie revealed that the scene will be a dance clip of the whole cast.

According to reports from "Channel 24," Nikki Reed said that director Bill Condon has long been planning to make the bonus, after-credits ending scene in theaters a fun one for fans. It is set to feature the entire vampire and werewolf cast alike dance together in a choreographed number.

Reed told MTV News this week: "If it's going to look the way I think it is, it's really awesome ... It was a surprise moment on the film set that was pretty incredible."

"Stay for the credits! It took us a couple of practice runs [to really learn the dance], and we even had a drill sergeant in charge who was gathering us all together. I got really into it. I was so into it that I wanted to be in the front row," the beautiful vampire actress quickly added.

"Breaking Dawn Part 2" picks up where the previous installment left off. It follows the story of Bella transformed into a vampire and gave birth to a half human-half vampire daughter, Renesmee. Out of revenge, Irina from the Denali coven told Volturi that Renesmee is an immortal child that sets the strongest group of vampire on the trail for the Cullens.

"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2" will hit the theatres on November 16. See the slideshow for the posters revealed up to this date and hour. 

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