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Daniel Radcliffe says he constantly disappoints Harry Potter fans now that he’s older

Daniel Radcliffe says he constantly disappoints Harry Potter fans now that he’s older

The British star revealed awkward fan encounters while on The Kelly Clarkson Show.

Daniel Radcliffe has revealed that fans are constantly disappointed when they meet him.

While appearing on The Kelly Clarkson Show, the host and British star revealed some awkward fan encounters.

Clarkson spoke of her own children, who are huge fans of Frozen.

The singer, who voices a character in 2019’s UglyDolls, said it was a teachable moment for her two daughters when she 'broke the wall'.

“They saw me in this movie called UglyDolls, and they were like, ‘We don’t understand'," she recalled.

"And I was like, ‘Well, you know, like Elsa. She’s a real person'. And they were like, ‘What?!’ And I was like, ‘Oh my god'. I felt like a horrible human. But it was going to happen sooner or later,” Clarkson said.

Radcliffe then touched on his own experience, admitting that his fans are constantly disappointed upon learning about his age.

“I do that to kids on, like, a regular basis,” he said.

“When they’re like, ‘It’s Harry!’ I’m like, ‘I’m sorry.’ They’re like, ‘You’re old now, what happened?’”

To which Clarkson quipped: “We age, honey.”

It's a shame the Brit never split himself into seven Horcruxes to halt the ageing process.

While we imagine the Harry Potter star is nothing but a delight in person, the actor previously opened up about fan experiences that irked him.

Despite the actor loving meeting his fans, there’s one place you should never bother him…the gym.

"There's parts to it that I enjoy more than others," he said during an interview with Studio 10.

"I'm not going to lie and say that every single time somebody who's asked for a picture has come up to me I've always been smiles about it.

"Most of the time I am. It's just the gym where I get very annoyed."

The actor went on to say that he's been approached many times at the gym and ‘people were not shy there'.

Come on, folks, let the man lift in peace.

However, he still condemns actors who like to complain about the inconveniences of being a public figure.

"There's nothing that bad about [doing] press. I think we can forget how lucky we are to be doing the job. When you've done it for a while, you can get to a place of taking it for granted. I don't really get to that place. I always feel like every job's gonna be my last,” he added.

Featured Image Credit: NBC

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