Emma Watson Says She's Baffled by Boys

While Emma Watson's "Harry Potter" character Hermione Granger has love troubles with Ron Weasley on-screen, the actress admitted to running to her co-stars when faced with boy baffles of her own.

"When I was on the set with Daniel and Rupert, it was normally me who went to the guys with the questions about guys because I don't pretend to understand the male gender," the "Harry Potter" starlet told Parade.

"I'm just like, 'What is going on here? What should I be doing? I don't understand,'" 20-year-old Watson continued. "So they've helped me out a bit and been like my protective big brothers."

The actress, who has been promoting multi-million-dollar box office mega-hit "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," told the magazine that her love life hasn't been so action-packed right now.

"I'm single at the moment," Watson dished about the male muggles in her life. "Things are pretty quiet. Not much going on."

She is undoubtedly the crush of Harry Potter fanboys everywhere, but Watson insisted that relationships with go-to guys Rupert Grint and Daniel Radcliffe are platonic.

"I've seen her grow up and known her since she was nine," said 22-year-old Grint told People about his on-screen smooch with Watson. "It just doesn't feel right."

Watson also kisses Radcliffe, 21, in the movie and told Access Hollywood that locking lips with the lead boy was an "awkward thing to do."

Although the British belle admits men confuse her, she tried her best to offer some sound advice to her character, Hermione, as her relationship develops with red-headed sidekick Ron in "Deathly Hallows."

"Gosh, what would I tell her?" she told Parade. "Try not to get too stressed out about the whole Ron thing. Just let it go. Go with the flow. Don't get too caught up in it because there's going to be a serious amount of angst. But it all comes together in the end."

Selected Reading: Parade, People

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