Last night, MTV streamed live coverage from the red carpet of the "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" New York City premiere. We chatted with stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Tom Felton and Ralph Fiennes, incorporating viewer questions and poll data that we received in real time. And, as can sometimes be the case when dealing with the unpredictability of live TV, things got just a tad scandalous... but in a good way. Lucky for you, we've got the videos to prove it. Check 'em out below.
In one of the night's more memorable moments, Watson pulled a decidedly un-Hermione-Granger-like move and offered to take off her dress for our live audience (Scout's honor)... if it would increase her fashion approval rating from 90 percent to 100 percent in an MTV poll. Gotta love the dedication.
Not to be outdone, Radcliffe dropped quite the bombshell on "Potter" fans: Despite ongoing speculation that "Deathly Hallows" might not be J.K. Rowling's final "Harry Potter" novel, the actor said he had it on good authority that the Boy Who Lived will not be living on in the pages of another book. Jo Rowling text-messaged Radcliffe to tell him as much shortly after the film's London premiere. "Basically, it amounted to the fact that she felt I had been very good in this 'Harry Potter' film, and as a reward for that, she wasn't going to make any more 'Harry Potter' films," Radcliffe said.
Meanwhile, Rupert Grint was happy to talk about all the fun, potentially hazardous stuff he plans on doing now that his "Harry Potter" days are almost over (he, Emma and Dan still have some epilogue reshoots to do). "I suppose I could do dangerous sports -- extreme sports -- now, which I could never do," he said. "I'm gonna do some dangerous things."
Tom Felton was a whole lot more chipper than his big-screen alter-ego Draco Malfoy when he chatted with MTV News last night. He jokingly compared British "Potter" fans to their American counterparts (we Yanks are louder), talked about how Ralph Fiennes is "equally terrifying, whether he's doing Voldemort or drinking a cup of tea," and gave Grint props for his new-found fashion sense.
Finally, Ralph Fiennes showed up for some face time with MTV, chatting about the fun of portraying such a diabolical character... and proving that he does indeed have a nose when not playing the vile Voldemort.
Which of MTV's interviews from the "Deathly Hallows" premiere is your favorite? Tell us in the comments!