You’ll either be twisted like a pretzel as you laugh your socks off, or you’ll be a melted mess of mush on the floor when you hear this.
Either way, Rupert Grint reading Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of you’ as a dramatic monologue will do things to your body. WEIRD, WEIRD THINGS.
It’s definitely an experience…
He’s definitely made the jump from a bumbling, lovable Weasley, to bona fide fitty. For one, he’s a totally adorbs gangster in the recent TV adaptation for ‘Snatch’:
And yes. YES. Before we move on, that is indeed your fave ‘Gossip Girl’ character starring in there too, the one and only Chuck Bass a.k.a. Ed Westwick. Drool. So much drool.
But we KNOW Rupert is in his comfort zone when it comes to being that cheeky chappy we all love to love. How about bringing the drama out though?
Sure, there were some scenes in our fave Harry Potter movies that were deeper than “bloody hell”… This re-imagining of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’, however, is a masterpiece.
It’s purely Shakespearean.
It’s deserves an Oscar.
It needs to be watched ten times over.
And now you can store that away for a rainy day and have Rupert Grint tell you he’s in love with your body whenever you need it.
You’re so welcome.
Real talk now – which song should Rupert cover in his sexy-fire Shakespearean way next? Justin Bieber’s ‘Baby’? Little Mix’s ‘Touch’? Fifth Harmony’s ‘Work From Home’? WHO KNOWS?
Actually, we do. Vote below and it’ll become pretty obvious. LET’S GO.