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Stephen Colbert Calls Out J.K. Rowling For 'Harry Potter' Reveals

And then tried to beat her at her own game.

Just call Stephen Colbert he who must not be silent.

"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling keeps revealing secrets about the franchise that change its whole story, and the "Late Show" host thinks it's getting a bit riddikulus.

For example, Colbert pointed out during his show on Friday that Rowling recently announced the "T" in Voldemort is actually silent, and we've all been saying it wrong. Like, what? The revelation prompted The Huffington Post to review the tapes and find example after example showing Rowling pronouncing the "T," too.

Plus, if the "T" is actually supposed to be silent, why didn't Rowling tell the movie producers that everyone is pronouncing one of the most important names in the series incorrectly?

Well, in order to prevent any future bombshells, Colbert decided to reveal what he called all of Rowling's future Potter secrets. Expecto to be completely shocked. Among the revelations: Snape is apparently short for Snapple, Horcruxes aren't dishwasher-safe and Harry once got drunk and tried to make out with his Patronus.

So there you have it, Potter fans (aka PotHeads, according to Colbert). Now all the secrets have been revealed.

Scared, Rowling?

"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on CBS.

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Colbert called Rowling out about it in his Friday show, saying that he'd now he's going to reveal secrets from the books before Rowling can.

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