Daniel Radcliffe apparently has skills that go beyond the quidditch pitch– he can sing.
Last night at the Tony awards, the Harry Potter star displayed his vocal prowess by singing Brotherhood of Man, one of the songs from Radcliffe’s Broadway show, “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”
Despite the stellar performance, 21 year old Radcliffe wasn’t even nominated for a Tony, but according to his own words it wasn’t that big of a deal.
“Obviously, it would be incredible to be nominated, but I care much more about [costar] John Larroquette getting a nod for Best Actor. I’d love him to win because he’s so brilliant in our show,” Daniel told Celebuzz last month.
As if on cue, Larroquette- best known for NBC’s Night Court- took home a Tony for Best Actor in a featured role for his part in the musical.
In his acceptance speech, Larroquette thanked Radcliffe by sharing that without him, “I would be sitting at home watching this in my underwear.”
In case you missed it on CBS last night, you can check out the Brotherhood of Man performance below: