Written by Sophie Jayne
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Saturday, 31 May 2008

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Radcliffe with his new found playmates.

It has come to the attention of acting hunk Daniel Radders that he is not getting enough awards for his contribution to the screen and the reason behind this is not because he is a bad actor, no far from it but because he is not in touch with today's youth. He thinks that if normal people saw him about on the streets they would vote for him to win silly little awards like 'best actor' and 'rear of the year' etc.

Therefore Radcliffe has decided to take exactly one month off filming and his day to day life (which consist of shopping and charming woman old enough to be his mother) to live the life of a bog standard 18 year old lad existing in England today.

"I am moving to Moss side Manchester, where I believe most boys get shot down before the age of 11." Daniel smiled "I have two jobs lined up, a day one in a pound shop and a night one in a local chippy! A family of 15 have kindly agreed to take me in, so I ll be staying with them in their council flat, how cosy!"

Radcliffe will participate in all normal activities, such as going down his local, knife crime, football and of course molesting the local whores.

After his spell in Moss side, that is if he doesn't get himself killed, Radcliffe hopes to return as a more rounded human being with lots more fans. Good Luck Dan, where you are going you are going to need it.

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