Daniel Radcliffe talks Broadway and gay
rights with transgender musician Our Lady J.
cover story for gay glossy Out, Our Lady J, who has a new
single out called Hurt, interviews the Harry Potter
star. Their friendship made tabloid headlines in the UK last year.
The twenty-one-year-old Radcliffe tells
Our Lady J that he's back on the market after a three-year
“At the moment, I'm just being single
and running around chasing girls,” he said.
Radcliffe has been busy filming the
final installment of the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter
and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 due out in November, and working
on Broadway. He'll star in the Broadway revival of the musical How
to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying when it opens in
“I love Broadway,” he said. “It's
very, very hard to actually describe why New York is so brilliant.”
The young actor has made it clear he
supports gay rights. Last year, he
filmed a public service announcement for the Trevor Project, an
LGBT teen suicide prevention group.
But Radcliffe said acceptance is a
“really slow process.”
“If you take any family with parents
who are bringing their kids up in a narrow-minded way that includes
homophobia, it will take a very profound moment of realization to
change those deep-seated views.”