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Daniel Radcliffe Offers Mic Drop Response After Being Asked To Weigh In On The Oscars Slap

Daniel Radcliffe Offers Mic Drop Response After Being Asked To Weigh In On The Oscars Slap
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It seems like everyone—regardless of whether anyone asked, how qualified they are to address the issue, or how hypocritical their take on the situation is—has been sharing their thoughts and opinions about the infamous "Oscars slap."

The media feels flooded with talks about who knew what, whether or not Will refused to leave or was even asked—the Academy says he was asked and refused, but sources claim that is a lie. They admit to discussing asking Will to leave; but claim nobody ever actually did. Plus who reacted how and what it all means.

If you're feeling a little "slapped out" right now, know that you're not the only one. Daniel Radcliffe is over talking about it, too.

During an appearance on Good Morning Britain this week, Radcliffe was asked if he saw the slap and what his thoughts were about it. According to the hosts, every other celeb they've asked says they were in the bathroom at the time and didn't see it.

Radcliffe didn't take the bathroom cop-out, instead he opted for honesty.

And it's easily the most relatable thing we've heard in a while:

"Yeah, no, 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 adding to it."

Host Susanna Reid laughed while asking:

"You don't even want to hear yourself have an opinion on it?"

To which Radcliffe enthusiastically replied:

"No! No, no, no."

You can watch the exchange for yourself.

Twitter might love Daniel Radcliffe even more now than it did before, which is saying a lot.

What are your thoughts on Radcliffe's non-opinion on the Oscars slap? Do you think it's a smart move or a total cop out?

We'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments.