Daniel Radcliffe told us about his on-screen snog with Ginny Weasley, played by young actress Bonnie Wright. He said: My kiss with Ginny was a lot more gentle but still passionate, it took two days to film. There is no way you can practise these things so we spent two days rehearsing and then just went for it, it was an amazing experience. Bonnie seemed to think the experience was just as amazing, saying: It was tender and romantic. Dans a good kisser -- hes the hero of the film. But when pushed to comment on the experience with Daniel, rather than his on-screen character Harry, Bonnie would only say: I cant judge it in that way, it was just acting. At least Daniel and Bonnie sounded like they had a better time than Emma Watson and Rupert Grint -- the long-anticipated kiss between Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley sounded like a positively awful experience. Emma told us she had recently shot the scene with Rupert for the final Deathly Hallows film. Speaking about their on-screen chem- istry, Emma said: On-screen kisses are never nice and you sort of dread them. We know each other so well we are like brother and sister, and everyone on set was teasing us about the day we would have to kiss. But actually Ruperts a real gentleman and if I had to kiss anyone Im glad it was him. There were no tongues involved. Rupert added: I filmed the kiss with Emma on the next movie a couple of weeks ago, it was weird. Weve known each other so long and neither of us really wanted to do it but we just had get on with it, get into the character and then it was quite nice, but we were in a scary place to begin with. Wednesday, 8 July 2009 London Lite Offer subject to availability. Images are for illustration purposes only. *Offer available when connecting to a minimum term contract on selected tariffs and networks from 30 per month. Fair use policy applies to unlimited texts. Terms apply, see in store for full details, offers subject to withdrawal without notice. Kiss&tellsecretsofthestars OkayKat,theresno needtogooverboard REGULAR Eye readers will remember our story yesterday about Ronnie Wood having a business dinner with a young lady -- 36-year-old Tamara Salman, the creative director of Liberty. We said that Rons 20- year-old girlfriend Ekaterina Ivanova might not be best pleased and, sure enough, she was back out glued to the Rolling Stones arm last night. The couple were at Claridges, where Ron and Tamara dined the night before, and Kat made a point of draping herself all over the 61-year-old guitarist, kissing him and laughing enthusiastically at all of his jokes. God bless ya, Kat. Everyone isaftera goodold Snogwart S OMETHING like this was bound to happen. They started off as innocent little kids but, as they got older, certain urges were always going to bubble to the surface. Now everyones at it, as Hogwarts has turned into a veritable snogfest. All of the main charac- ters are playing tonsil quidditch -- Harry and Ginny, Hermione and Ron. But, in real life, were told it was more like hard work than unbridled passion. At last nights premiere of Harry Potter And The Half- Blood Prince in Leicester Square -- which was wetter than the most slobbering of smooches -- the stars revealed there was a lot more going on behind those on-screen smackers. Harry Potter himself Kiss-a-thon: Rupert Grint and Daniel Radcliffe last night Matthew Lewis, who plays Neville Longbottom in the harry Potter films, said: weve had a ridiculous amount of fun on the set. if we hadnt had so much fun wed probably have finished filming about a year ago. H Who we saw doing what with who last night... LONDONeye Public display of affection: Ronnie Wood and Ekaterina last night index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html