Taylor Lautner, who has been linked with Taylor Swift and Lily Collins, obviously has an eye for beauty, and he has some definite opinions about Kristen Stewart in the upcoming “Breaking Dawn, Part 1.”

Lautner is on the road promoting his latest movie, “Abduction,” but he’s finding it hard to avoid being asked about the latest Twilight film, the next to last in the series.

The movie will be unlike any of the previous “Twilight” films because of the action scenes, drama and Stewart’s transformation into a sexy vampire.

”[Bella is] pretty hot [as a vampire]!” Lautner, 19, told Access Hollywood. “Pretty hot, I’ve gotta admit it.”

Check out Kristen’s photos; click to enlarge.

His words may come as a surprise since his character shapeshifter Jacob Black tries mightily in the film to prevent a union between Stewart’s character Bella and vampire Edward Cullen, played by Robert Pattinson, of course.

Ironically, Kristen, who was recently named one of the sexiest women in the world by FHM magazine, hates being called “hot” and insists she rarely feels like a sex symbol.

“I can’t stand [being called hot],” Stewart, 21, said. “What does that even mean? I don’t feel hot.”

The slender 5’6” Kristen, who dieted for her bikini and honeymoon scenes in Breaking Dawn, said she gets self-conscious when fans recognize her in public.

Stewart, who shows off her lean, toned bikini body in Breaking Dawn, also gets married in a stunning wedding dress and gives birth to a baby in the new film, which comes out Nov. 18, 2011.

Kristen’s real-life boyfriend Rob says Stewart looked frail and sickly as a pregnant Bella.

“There are scenes were Bella looks like an alien,” Pattinson, 25, said of the new movie. “When the baby eats her from inside, she looks so thin and ghastly.”

Lautner, who famously gained 30 pounds of muscle to play werewolf Jacob Black, has seen the finished product and couldn’t be happier.

“To be honest, I was blown away!” Taylor gushes.

“It’s going to be very exciting for the fans to see this one. It’s the same characters, but in a completely different light.”