Watch: Daniel Radcliffe in Leather Chaps Singing 'She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain'

by Emell Adolphus

EDGE Media Network Contributor

Wednesday August 4, 2021

Daniel Radcliff in a scene from the TBS show "The Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail."
Daniel Radcliff in a scene from the TBS show "The Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail."  (Source:YouTube Still)

Watch and see Daniel Radcliffe werk it in the latest episode of the TBS comedy series "The Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail."

As reported by Entertainment Weekly, the "Harry Potter" star dons leather chaps and a fierce feather neckpiece to perform a vogue-remixed version of "She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain."

In the show, Radcliffe plays Reverend Ezekiel Brown.

"One may ask, how exactly did Radcliffe end up in this saucy situation? Well the third season of the show, titled Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail, has Reverend Brown tagging along with outlaw Benny the Teen (Steve Buscemi) and prairie wife Prudence Aberdeen (Geraldine Viswanathan) as they move west by wagon across America in the 1840s," reports EW. "Following advice he should loosen up, the man of faith drinks snake oil that he feels causes him to act a little more devilish."

To perform the cheeky number, Radcliffe reportedly took no convincing at all, according to co-showrunners Daniel Mirk and Robert Padnick.

"It took no convincing at all. Daniel was excited about the idea of the dance sequence as soon as we pitched it to him," the showrunners told EW. "He developed the dance with a choreographer and practiced it extensively on his own time, and obviously his hard work paid off because the routine is amazing."

They added, "One of the fun things about working with Daniel is that the craziest scenes are always his favorite. He commits incredibly hard to pulling off the strangest, funniest bits."

See Radcliffe shake below and catch "Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail" on Tuesdays at 10:30 p.m. ET on TBS.