Daniel Radcliffe Was Asked About The Will Smith Oscar Clap And He Had The Smartest Response

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Everyone has an opinion about Will Smith beating Chris Rock at the Oscars, but Daniel Radcliffe had a magical touch when he was asked to give his opinion on Thursday.

The actor continued Good morning Great Britain to promote his new movie The Lost Citywhere he stars alongside Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum and Brad Pitt.

The conversation got a little sidetracked when the two cohosts brought up the slap being heard “around the world.”

The hosts asked Radcliffe for his opinion on the incident, which began when Rock made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith on Sunday.

But the former Harry Potter star wouldn’t be tempted to pick a side.

Instead, he backed off with a smile, proving he’s still The Boy Who Lived at heart.

“I’m just so dramatically tired of hearing people’s opinions about it, that I just don’t want to add another opinion,” Radcliffe said.

fans applauded the actor for dodging the matter so well, especially after other celebrities only provoked criticism with their own opinions on it.

Daniel Radcliffe refuses to share his views on the Will Smith & Chris Rock incident, which is exactly what everyone should be doing. tweet read with thousands of likes on Thursday.

Zoë Kravitz was one of those celebs who suddenly faced criticism for her opinion.

She recently took to Instagram to voice her thoughts on the blow, though she’s since tweaked her captions.

“Here’s a photo of my dress at the awards ceremony where we are now apparently attacking people onstage,” she wrote.

She posted a second photo of her dress that she wore to the Oscars after-party with the caption: “And here’s a photo of my dress at the party after the awards ceremony – where apparently we’re screaming profanity and now attacking people onstage” The caption has since been edited to remove the profanity section.

When a commenter asked, “You don’t support him in defending his wife?” Kravitz quickly replied with, “No.”

Fans were quick to accuse her of having double standards as she is friends with designer Alexander Wang, who has been accused of sexual assault.

It appears that Kravitz has disabled the ability to reply to the two posts.

Canadian actor Jim Carrey also came out against Smith earlier this week, but suffered some sharp attacks on Twitter as a result.

Carrey called the Oscars crowd “spinless” for giving Smith a standing ovation shortly after the blow, when Smith won the Best Actor award.

Carrey’s critics responded by saying a decades old clip of him seemingly forcing a kiss on Alicia Silverstone while accepting an award at the 1997 MTV Movie Awards.

James Corden tried to soften the blow with a skit he did on his talk show, The Late Late Show with James Corden

He broke out into song, with a musical parody of “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” from… charminstead sing, “We Don’t Talk About Jada.”

The clip was not particularly well received online.

Maybe Harry Potter has the right idea?

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