Daniel Radcliffe will prove he has no hard feelings over his Tony Awards snub by performing at the Broadway prizegiving on Sunday.
The Harry Potter star was tipped to pick up a Best Actor nomination for his starring role in "How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying," but missed out on a nod last month.
However, he will show he is a consummate professional by stepping on stage as one of the performing acts at the ceremony in New York.
Radcliffe will sing "Brotherhood of Man" from the acclaimed musical, and is hoping to see his co-star John Larroquette handed a Tony at the bash.
He says, "If John won it would be just amazing. Only because I have a lot of scenes with him."
Larroquette is nominated in the category for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical.
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