Daniel Radcliffe has a crush on Gosling

2012-02-10 11:46
Los Angeles - Daniel Radcliffe has a "crush" on Ryan Gosling.

The Woman in Black actor - who is dating Rosie Coker - admires the Drive star as an actor and has developed a fascination with him.

He said: "This year I have a talent crush on Ryan Gosling. I think he's fantastic and you know he'd be nice afterwards. He seems smart. If I was gay I would go for a smart man."

Comfortable in his skin

Although the 22-year-old star is not homosexual he admits he did question his sexuality when he was a teenager.

In an interview with gay lifestyle magazine Attitude, he revealed: "I can quite happily say someone is handsome, good-looking and I can see why somebody would want to fuck them, but I've never felt that way about a man myself. There is a moment in your late teens when you ask yourself the question, 'Am I?' but I wasn't."

The Harry Potter star doesn't worry about being questioned about his sexuality as he is comfortable in his skin.

He said: "People are still asking me about it. I'm straight. I think that's why people still ask me, they're fascinated that I really don't give a shit what they think.

"Frankly, if you're a young, relatively successful actor and even slightly good looking, if people are not saying you're gay, you're not doing your job properly."

Comments

  • miyo27 - 2012-02-10 12:16

    Daniel might not be gay but I sure do hope Emma is lesbian!!!

  • Pauline - 2012-02-10 14:37

    He's not the only one.

  • jpcronje - 2012-02-10 15:47

    Title is misleading... crush and "talent crush" not the same thing

  • Nicola Erasmus - 2012-02-10 19:51

    Why does every article on this site regarding Daniel Radcliff contain at least one or two f-bombs? I feel its in bad taste even if it's a direct quote. Time to send some of these reporters back to journalism school so they can learn to write more reader friendly content and stop creating sensation with misleading headings and unnecessary profanity.

      Marc - 2012-02-11 12:51

      You have a point Nicola, but could it be possible that the much vaunted f-word stopped being profanity quite some time ago, thus robbing it of any real shock value? It's now just an example of vulgar usage that also happens to be a useful noun, adjective, adverb etc. Far more annoying is simply poor English, such as inappropriate use of the word 'deploy' or a seeming inability to say or write anything without the continuous injection of the word 'like'.

  • melt.vanaarde - 2012-02-12 20:35

    Sick Sick completely sick

      Verisha - 2012-02-13 10:22

      i think u missed the point completely

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