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Never Seen Before Deleted Scene From Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Reveals a Bizarre Tradition of Hogwarts

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

The death of Scottish legend and Rubeus Hagrid’s actor Robbie Coltrane was already a knife straight to the chest for fans of Harry Potter this month. It was truly saddening to see a legend pass away unexpectedly, but another out-of-the-blue moment from this month for fans of the franchise is the addition of a deleted scene in a classic.

It may sound creepy, but it seems like a new scene has been added to the fourth installment of the Harry Potter series, Goblet of Fire, where the students of the prestigious magical boarding school seem to be singing a song dedicated to Hogwarts. This is a real head-scratcher because almost no one seems to have any memory of this scene!

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The Deleted Scene From Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire

The trending topic on Harry Potter TikTok right now is the alleged addition of a deleted scene in Goblet of Fire. The video quickly went viral and was truly a scary revelation for anyone who saw the new scene.

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The TikToker shows us a scene in which students of Hogwarts have gathered around in the Hogwarts Great Hall as the school welcomes two other schools for the Triwizard Tournament i.e Durmstrang Institute and Beauxbatons Academy of Magic.

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What baffles fans in the following few seconds is the students of Hogwarts singing a song glorifying the school at the request of Dumbledore. The song has a catch, where students sing Hoggy Warty Hogwarts, and it only confuses fans about whether or not they saw this scene in the first viewing.

Many TikTok users also corroborated OP’s words, adding that they have no memory of this scene either, pointing towards a possible Mandela effect!

But to confirm your doubts, this is most definitely a deleted scene. A YouTube video that was uploaded back in 2007 has this exact scene displayed with over 5 million people have watched the video-

To conclude, this scene has just been added to the movie without any prior notice. It’s going to show up on whichever streaming platform you choose to watch Goblet of Fire on, so hold your horses conspiracy theorists!

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Ralph Fiennes Defends Harry Potter Author J.K. Rowling Over Controversy

It’s not news to fans of Harry Potter that the author of the fantasy series, J.K. Rowling,  has been in the news headlines for all the wrong reasons.

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J.K. Rowling and Ralph Fiennes

The 57-year-old author has been the subject of criticism from the transgender and LGBTQ+ community for her opinions on transgender people and her definition of womanhood. The internet has sprung up to put her on trial for her words, and all the controversy has ended up tarnishing her public image.

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Despite all that, some LGBT rights organizations and a few feminists have come to her defense, even going on to support her. Rowling now has a new ally too, and it’s the familiar Ralph Fiennes, who played Lord Voldemort in the Harry Potter movies!

During an interview with the New York Times Magazine, the Schindler’s List star expressed his disgust at the abuse that Rowling had received so far-

“The verbal abuse directed at her is disgusting, it’s appalling.”

“I mean, I can understand a viewpoint that might be angry at what she says about women. But it’s not some obscene, über-right-wing fascist. It’s just a woman saying, ‘I’m a woman and I feel I’m a woman and I want to be able to say that I’m a woman.’ And I understand where she’s coming from. Even though I’m not a woman.”

Whether or not Fiennes will be next in line for ‘cancellation’ from the internet is not known, but he’s definitely treading on dangerous territory coming to Rowling’s defense.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is currently available for streaming on Amazon Prime.

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Written by Sang Tonsing

Sang is working as a content writer for FandomWire. He has written over 100 articles for the entertainment website by reporting on the latest news in the pop culture industry- whether it be on the latest Marvel flick or a groundbreaking DC update. He has previously worked for LeftOye as a content writer too, working on over 150 articles. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Political Science at Delhi University