Robert Pattinson in Great Mood at Charity Gala in Los Angeles Without Love Interest Dylan Penn

Rob Pattinson at the GO GO Gala

Rob Pattinson at the GO GO Gala

Robert Pattinson was certainly in a good mood at tonight’s GO GO Gala in L.A.!

The hunky Twilight actor arrived with pals (sans rumored love interest Dylan Penn) and looked super handsome in a dark blue suit at the charity event, which works to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable children around the world.

Pattinson grabbed a drink at the bar before chatting with friends during cocktail hour. R.Pattz was smiley and chatty with a group of friends, acting super talkative and in a great mood while mingling and supporting the charity.

Pattinson sat down to dinner where he continued to chat with folks at his table as event host Adam Shankman began the show. The 27-year-old star ate and drank while chatting with a female pal sitting next to him during the bash.

At one point during the night, charity co-founder Scott Fifer thanked Pattinson for being one of the online auction prizes several years ago (a lucky bidder paid $85,000 for aTwilight set visit to meet him!) and Rob blushed and smiled as the crowd cheered for him.

Pattinson also quietly bid on and won a cello made out of recycled material for $5,600.

Meanwhile, Pattinson has been the subject of lots of romance reports recently involving Sean Penn and Robin Wright’s gorgeous daughter.

Last week, E! News exclusively learned that Rob and Dylan had taken a bit of an interest in each other but are taking it slow. A source said the duo haven’t started calling each other “boyfriend and girlfriend,” but “it is a romance.”

“Dylan doesn’t want to be famous,” the source said. “She doesn’t want to be an actress. She wants to be a screenwriter. She’s been approached about acting work, but it’s not her thing.”

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