Emma Watson doesn't understand men

Emma Watson.
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EMMA Watson "doesn't understand" men.

The stunning 20-year-old actress - who has had previous relationships with musician George Craig and financier Jay Barrymore - has asked her 'Harry Potter' co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint for advice in her relationships.

She said: "I'm single at the moment. Things are pretty quiet. Not much going on. 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.

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

Although Emma doesn't understand men, the opposite sex can find out more about the British beauty than she is comfortable with, thanks to her awkward teenage years being documented on camera throughout the 'Harry Potter' series.

She told "It's weird. It's kind of like your baby pictures being posted up around the world on a 20-foot screen. It's cool in a way but also kind of slightly embarrassing.

"It makes me squirm a bit, to be honest. It's funny, looking back, how different we all were. I had the bushy hair, chipmunk face, and big teeth going on, which wasn't a great look for me."

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