Rupert Grint: People Think I'm Ed Sheeran

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Rupert Grint: People Think I'm Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran‘s third studio album release is causing quite the stir for Harry Potter alum Rupert Grintsince fans can’t tell the two apart. 

During an appearance on The Late Late Show Monday, the child star told James Corden about how he’s typically confused for the red-headed Grammy winner. 

“It’s kind of 50/50 now,” he joked. “Someone stops me—it could go either way. I could be Ed or I could be me.”

However, according to the British actor, it’s not only everyday people that make the confusion. 

Leo Sayer—he came up to me and said he loved my music, of course thinking I was Ed,” Grint recalled. “I play along.”

Grint isn’t the only famous face to be confused for another. Logan actor Sir Patrick Stewart revealed people often mistake him for a fellow knighted star, Sir Ben Kingsley

“Of course, we look really nothing alike at all,” he said. “Ben got stopped I think not too long ago and [the fan] said, ‘Star Trek. I love Star Trek. You were fantastic.’ Ben said, ‘I’m terribly sorry. Excuse me but, I’m not Patrick Stewart. My name is Ben Kingsley.” 

Crickets. 

“Then he said, ‘But, I’m a very good friend of Patrick’s’ and the fan said, ‘Well, congratulations on being a good friend of [his].'”

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Published at Tue, 07 Mar 2017 14:26:06 +0000

Jax Taylor Plays “Never Have I Ever: Bro Edition” With Summer House's Kyle Cooke and Carl Radke

Things got personal on Watch What Happens Live Monday.

Vanderpump RulesJax Taylor and Summer House‘s Kyle Cooke and Carl Radke stopped by the Bravo Clubhouse, where Andy Cohen hosted a revealing game of “Never Have I Ever: Bro Edition.” But first, Cohen had to explain the rules. “There’s basically nothing my guests haven’t said on-camera, but is there anything they won’t admit to doing on-camera?” the TV host teased. “I’m going to read a dirty deed. If it’s a deed you bros have done, sip your beverage.”

Before the game even started, Taylor joked, “I think I’m going to need another drink.”

Suffice to say, he wasn’t the only player about to get buzzed.

Here’s are the prompts Cohen read to the trio:

• “Never have I ever had a threesome.”

• “Never have I ever had a foursome.”

• “Never have I ever fivesome.”

• “Never have I ever messed around in the backseat of an Uber.”

• “Never have I ever dated a friend’s ex-girlfriend.

• “Never have I ever done cocaine.

• “Never have I ever had sex in public.”

• “Never have I ever been arrested.

• “Never have I ever used my celebrity status to get laid.”

• “Never have I ever hooked up with a fan.”

• “Never have I ever taken a dip in the man pond.”

To see how Cooke, Radke and Taylor answered, watch the video now.

“Thanks for playing,” Cohen told his guests. “You all get Mazel boxer briefs.”

In the same episode, Cohen also got to the bottom of why Taylor and co-star Scheana Shay were temporarily not on speaking terms. “We kind of went through a little tiff. I kind of was hungover, and when I’m drunk I kind of go and text everybody the next morning and I go on a tangent, and I did that. I kind of went off on her,” he said. “But we’re fine now. We made up.”

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Published at Tue, 07 Mar 2017 14:15:00 +0000