J.K Rowling Outs Dumbledore
J.K Rowling, mastermind author behind the Harry Potter series gave one last surprise about her collection Friday night. After reading briefly from the seventh installment in the series "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" in Carnegie Hall in New York she took questions from the audience members. One young fan asked if Dumbledore will ever find "true love." To gasps and applause the author answered "Dumbledore is gay." This ended the rumors that were stirring around for years in the fiction world from all the Harry Potter fans, due to Dumbledore not having any close relationships with women and also a troubled mysterious past. During the Q & A Rowling went on to talk about that Dumbledore had a past love, fellow wizard Gellert Grindelwald. However, he was forced to fight him in a battle between good and evil and defeated him. According to Rowling after that Dumbledore was "horribly, terribly let down." Rowling is currently in the middle of finishing up her U.S. book tour, her first tour here since 2000. Not everyone likes her work. She has repeatedly received slack from Christian groups saying that her books promote witchcraft. According to Rowling, her new news on Dumbledore will give them another thing to talk about.