Daniel Radcliffe Performs at Tony Awards (VIDEO)


Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part II is nearly here, but in the meantime Daniel Radcliffe is breaking into song!

The actor kicked off the 2011 Tony Awards by singing “Brotherhood of Man” from his play How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. It was a big night for the show, with Daniel's costar in the play John Larroquette (Night Court) winning his first Tony for his role. 

Sadly, Daniel was not even nominated for a Tony this year but commented on the snub to Celebuzz back in May, saying: 

“Obviously, it would be incredible to be nominated, but I care much more about John Larroquette getting a nod for Best Actor [in a Featured Role in a Musical.] I’d love him to win because he’s so brilliant in our show."
Prior to starring in the Broadway musical, the Harry Potter star admitted to Gotham magazine that he was “terrified.”
“I have no doubt this will be the hardest I’ve ever worked in my entire life. … I’ve been training really hard because I don’t want [director] Rob Ashford to feel like he has to censor himself for me. I want him to be able to treat me as much like a dancer as he can.”
 

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