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WATCH: The Vamps attempt to recap Harry Potter in hilarious video

The Vamps recapped Harry Potter in under a minute - watch the video!

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To celebrate Harry Potter's birthday, the Vamps joined up with Radio 1 in an attempt to explain the entire series about the boy wizard in under a minute. The Can We Dance singers explained the basic plot of the series, while managing to hilariously throw in any tidbit of information they could think of. Radio 1 shared the video, writing: "#HappyBirthdayHarryPotter! To celebrate, here's @theVampsband trying to explain the Harry Potter plot in one minute."

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Tristan Evans kicked things off, saying: "Voldemort kills Harry's parents," before Connor Ball chimes in, saying: "But Harry's a bit of a bad man so he doesn't actually die." Bradley Simpson continued: "Hagrid comes and boots the door down and picks him up and goes and says, 'You come with me mate.'"

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The band tried to recount the events from the series

James McVey seemed to be the best at explaining the plots, adding: "They kill a guy that's got a Voldemort head on the back of his head." The group begin to struggle to explain the plot following the third film, with James saying: "Dobby. He's a little elf, also dies at some point." Bradley is seen struggling for more information about the series, and says: "Voldemort… he's in it as well." James concludes their explanation, saying: "Loads and loads of people die but all in all it's a good family movie."

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Fans were quick to discuss the hilarious video, with one writing: "Wow this made my morning," while another added: "This is the best explanation of Harry Potter ever." Harry Potter fans everywhere have taken to Twitter to wish the boy wizard a happy birthday, along with his creator, JK Rowling. One wrote: "I'm so thankful for HP to be written and words can't described the gratefulness I'm toward its existence ALWAYS #happybirthdayharrypotter," while another added: "Happy birthday to the boy who changed the world and to the queen who brought him into it."

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