Daniel Radcliffe praised as he shuts down GMB Susanna Reid on boring question

Daniel Radcliffe, 32, was quick to shut down Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid when she asked him what he thought about the incident at the 94th Academy Awards ceremony between Will Smith and Chris Rock.

Susanna tried to tease an answer out of Harry Potter star Daniel by commenting that other celebrities have said they were "in the toilets".

Daniel replied: "Yes I saw it, I’m just so already dramatically bored of hearing people’s opinions about it, that I just don’t want to be another opinion added to it."

Susanna laughed in surprise, stating: "You don’t even want to hear yourself," Daniel replied: "No, no, not at all."

Susanna, 51, moved on by talking about her own experience of awards ceremonies where celebrities' reactions are caught on camera, which caused Daniel to laugh about his own experiences.

Viewers of Good Morning Britain praised the Harry Potter star for being honest in his response.

One said: "Well done Daniel for saying bored of Will Smith drama. Dragging on."

Another commented: "Good on Daniel Radcliffe for not answering about Will Smith. Other celebrities have jumped on the bandwagon. Their own pasts are coming back to haunt them and they've done way worse. In a few weeks everyone will love Will Smith again."

And a third added: "Thank goodness for Daniel saying what everyone is thinking that he is bored of hearing about it."

The incident at the Oscars occurred when Will Smith slapped comedian Chris Rock in the face after a joke was made about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith.

Will Smith would go on to win his first Oscar for Best Actor for his role in the film King Richard later that evening.

Since the events at the ceremony, Chris Rock has said at a gig that he was "still processing" what had happened but will talk about it "at some point".

He promised that when he does talk about it, it will be "serious and funny".

Daniel came as a guest on the morning show to discuss his new film The Lost City, also staring Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum and Brad Pitt.

In the film, Daniel plays the eccentric billionaire Abigail Fairfax who kidnaps author Loretta Sage, played by Sandra, in order to find the lost city her novel is based on.

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