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Friday, 21 March 2008

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The house where Daniel Radcliffe and Tom Felton, finally came out of the closet.

During a small get together of Harry Potter stars, Harry Potter himself Daniel Radcliffe and Draco Malfoy, Tom Felton, reluctantly came out of the closet.

It started out as an innocent game of 'spin the bottle' added with 'seven minutes in heaven'. For those unfamiliar with the games: 'spin the bottle' is when a group of people sit in a circle, preferably boy-girl-boy-girl. An empty glass bottle is spun by one of the members of said group, then whichever person the "neck" of the bottle points to, the two members have to kiss.

'Seven minutes in heaven' is when two people are locked in a closet for seven minutes to do what comes naturally. Now combine the two games.

It seems it was Mr. Felton's turn to 'spin the bottle' and it landed on Mr. Radcliffe. Since there was only one female, this does not come as a shock. Both young men headed into the closet. When they were in there for a full fourteen minutes, the other castmates got worried.

"They were in there way longer then they should have been. I think they thought it was seven minutes each. But I didn't ask," says Rupert (Ron Weasley) Grint.

"It was such a shock when we finally opend the closet. We had to wait a full hour and a half until they were done. We kept trying to tell them to come out, but they refused. We told them that it was ok, they could continue out of the closet," states Emma (Hermione Granger) Watson.

In the end the boys reluctantly agreed. However, Tom is claiming that Dan cheated. Dan says he nailed Tom fair and square. The two boys are planning to have a Monopoly, tournament style, rematch, and Mr. Felton swears he'll beat Mr. Radcliffe this time.

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