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Tom will be part of the new season of Celebrity Adrenoline Junkie which airs Wednesdays from 24th September on ITV2.

The show features celebrities doing endurance challenges, adrenaline-filled stunts and mind-boggling traditions. Tom’s adventures take place in Africa:

Tom, Wendi and Gemma dive with sharks, try aerial acrobatics in a stunt glider, and dive out of a helicopter over Cape Town. And did we mention the ostrich racing and 230-metre bungee?

Don’t worry the show has already been filmed and Tom is perfectly fine πŸ™‚

I know how you all love Tom shirtless pictures. This one was taken behind-the-scenes in the change room before Soccer Aid. Enjoy!

I am so sorry for the lack of updates! I am approaching the end of the semester with my university studies, so I have a lot of assessments and studying to do for my exams.

I know I am a day late, but I would like to wish Tom a very happy 21st birthday for yesterday. I hope you had a wonderful day πŸ™‚

EDIT – Thank you to everyone who wrote in. Tom’s birthday is actually on the 22nd and not the 21st. I posted my message on the right day after all.

I Came across this very interesting article at Digital Spy. It discusses Tom’s thoughts on stripping off for an acting role, his current girlfriend and the UNICEF Soccer Aid Match which Tom is participating in this coming Sunday.

Harry Potter star Tom Felton has revealed that he would be happy to appear nude on stage or screen.

The actor, 20, who plays Draco Malfoy, said he would follow in Daniel Radcliffe’s footsteps and strip off if there is some “artistic merit” in the role.

“I would [get naked]” Felton told DS. “If getting my k**b out came with some artistic merit and the role required it, I’d do it.”

He added: “But, I’m certainly not actively looking for a part where I have to bare all!”

Felton plays for the England team at Sunday’s UNICEF Soccer Aid match, which airs at 6pm on ITV.

When asked about his footballing credentials, he joked: “Absolutely sod all! About a decade ago, I headlined for the B squad of my village team, but that unfortunately is it.

“‘Roped in’ is the terminology. My girlfriend was very keen because her brother and dad would kill for the opportunity to play at Wembley.

“It’s also for UNICEF. If it wasn’t for charity, I would run a mile.”