Daniel Radcliffe has spent £100,000 on improving his New York home to impress ladies with when he stars in his new musical 'How To Succeed At Business Without Really Trying'.
Daniel Radcliffe has spent £100,000 improving his New York home to impress any ladies he brings back.
The 'Harry Potter' star is about to embark on a run in Broadway musical 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying' and has reportedly splashed out the huge sum on state-of-the-art party facilities - including mood lighting and a sound system - for the property, which he bought a year ago but has not yet lived in.
A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "Daniel's flying out to New York for the musical and will let rip with girls as he is single and a long way away from his family and best friends.
"He's created a cool, stylish bachelor pad to bring home beautiful girls, when he wishes. He called in a fancy interior designer to create special lighting, soft furnishings and a banging music system, to get the party started.
"His house is absolutely amazing and would impress any lady friend he invites over."
Daniel, 21, has already admitted he isn't sure he will be able to resist the charms of his co-stars and the show's dancers when he moves out to New York.
He said: "I've been in relationships from the age of 14 and now I'm single.
"I said to a friend the other day, 'Dude, I'm doing a show with dancers. I've got to be single.'
"He said, 'Don't sleep with anyone in your show. That's a mistake'. It's good advice. But I'm not sure I'll stick to it."
Daniel has previously appeared on Broadway in the play 'Equus' in 2008, in which he appeared fully nude.
In 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying' he will play J. Pierrepont Finch, who goes from a window cleaner to a mailroom employee who then quickly rises to the top of the corporate ladder to become vice-president of advertising at the Worldwide Wicket Company.