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Wed 3 Mar, 2010
By Danielle Carter

If people want to say that, they can. I'm not. I'm straight.

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Daniel Radcliffe may have come to our attention as a child star but, now that he's all grown up and appeared naked in a play and everything, a number of rumours about his sexuality have surfaced.

However, the 20-year-old actor has put an end to such scandalous talk once and for all.

In an interview with MTV, Daniel said: "If people want to say that, they can. I'm not.

I'm straight."

Apparently there are all sorts of internet users currently discussing Daniel's possible gayness.

He went on: "My favourite thing I saw was a guy on the internet who said, 'Of course he's gay – he's got a gay face,' which I thought was kind of an odd thing to say anyway.

"A gay face? That's a very worrying thing, like they have sat at home with pictures of me next to other famous gay folks."

More than likely, Daniel.

However, it appears Mr Radcliffe may be having second thoughts about his previous statement: "Some people think I am gay, which I think is awesome."

Souce: Eleven


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