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Daniel Radcliffe Enjoyed Wearing His Female Co-Star's Clothes

November 23, 2010, 8:12 am GMT

The report that Daniel Radcliffe is gay is fueled by his own confession that he liked wearing his female co-star Clemence Poesy's tight-fitting clothes.

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Daniel Radcliffe has fueled gossip he's secretly gay by confessing he liked wearing co-star Clemence Poesy's tight-fitting clothes in the latest "Harry Potter" movie "The Deathly Hallows". The French actress' character, Fleur Delacour, drinks a potion to become a Potter double in the hit film - and Radcliffe had to change into her clothes for the gender-bending scene.

And he admits he enjoyed it. The young Brit says, "I was actually quite pleased, and this is only going to add fuel to the fires of the rumor that I'm gay. I don't really care, I'm sort of passed the point of caring... I looked fantastic in Fleur's outfit! I think I looked really good. It was these sort of skin tight trousers... with a clingy top and a nice little cropped blue jacket on top. Really nice... I was really pleased."

Radcliffe goes one step further in the quirky scene - removing Delacour's bra from his own hairy chest.

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