Harry Potter Crushes Off Screen

It’s easier said than done to fall in love with a fictional character. We’ve talked to several wonderful people about that since this crushable adventure started, including this week’s guest…Tezeta Gant. If you haven’t heard our deep dive into her Harry Potter crush journey, head here

Oh, you’re back? Okay, great because now it’s time to get into the Harry Potter crushes that may have started in the fictional realm, but hopped off screen!

Tom Felton – Draco Malfoy

Don’t let the bottle blonde fool you…

Bonnie Wright – Ginny Weasley

The Weasley woman do not disappoint. 

Daniel Radcliffe – Harry Potter 

A pet peeve of mine is when celebrities act too good for the role that made them famous. I could name a few but instead, I’ll just say that Harry Potter himself is not one of those people. He never seems to hate on his past, and from what I can tell from interviews…dude is a legit awesome human being who seems as down to earth as can be considering he became an instant pop culture icon as a child. Anyone who’s watched any documentary about child stars knows all too well what kind of path he could’ve gone down, but he didn’t and that makes him crushworthy enough for this list. 

Evanna Lynch – Luna Lovegood

Best character in the series says what?

Rupert Grint – Ron Weasley

Here’s another example of being proud of your biggest role. Like Daniel, this motherfucker seems to have a fantastic attitude towards his time at Hogwarts and for that, respect. 

Stanislav Yanevski – Viktor Krum

Yeah, I’m not sure I recall his character but he is what the kids in 1996 would call, FINE!

Emma Thompson – Professor Sybil Trelawney

I mean, have you seen her?

Matthew Lewis – Neville Longbottom

There’s a reason hos ass is a verb. 

Emma Watson – Hermione Granger

You can read about my love of Emma Watson here

Domhnall Gleeson – Bill Weasley

This list is 100% bias because this is my man. In case you missed why, head here

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