Daniel Radcliffe Plays Sticky Balls On Jimmy Fallon

Jason Scott
April 04, 2014

Daniel Radcliffe is comfortable enough with his sexuality to play a game of sticky balls on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Decked out in a bright yellow velcro suit, the actor tossed small red fluffy balls at his opponent, the hilarious man-in-blue and host Jimmy Fallon.

With 45 seconds on the clock, all mayhem ensued. "Don't play with your balls once you know where they are," Fallon quipped, rather straight faced, before the battle started.

When the buzzer chimed, the ambiguous duo counted each other's balls, resulting in a 17-9 victory for the Harry Potter star.

In other recent news, storyteller J.K. Rowling announced a spin-off series to the popular fantasy wizard novels, appropriately called Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. But Radcliffe isn't quite sure he could continue wearing a schoolboy's uniform. "I would obviously never close the door on something like that entirely, because it would be foolish to," he said in a recent interview on CBS' The Couch.

He added, "I don't know under what circumstances I could be convinced that it would be a good idea to do it again."

Reportedly, the spin-off takes place 70 years before Potter's birth, so it would be rather impossible for Radcliffe to make an appearance. And even if it was possible, he admits that he's too old for that. "I'm going to be 25 this year and Harry's a character that sort of ended at the age of 17. I'm getting a little long in the tooth to be wearing a schoolboy's outfit."

Enjoy the sticky ball action now:

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