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"What?" said Harry. "I - no, nothing."
"Well - you know," said Ron, shrugging. "I'd rather go alone than with - with Eloise Midgen, say."
Cedric put his hand into the bag, and out came the blueish-gray Swedish Short-Snout, the number one tied around its neck. Knowing what was left, Harry put his hand into the silk bag and pulled out the Hungarian Horntail, and the number four. It stretched its wings as he looked down at it, and bared its minuscule fangs.
Fleur had now taken to retracing Cedric's steps, around and around the tent. And Bagman's commentary made everything much, much worse.. . . Horrible pictures formed in Harry's mind as he heard: "Oooh, narrow miss there, very narrow". . . "He's taking risks, this one!". . . "Clever move - pity it didn't work!"
"Why does Hagrid want me to meet him at midnight?" Harry said, very surprised.
"Harry!" she panted, skidding to a halt beside him (the Fat Lady stared down at her, eyebrows raised). "Harry, you've got to come - you've got to come, the most amazing thing's happened- please -"
Harry walked back to the tent and saw Cedric emerging from it, greener than ever. Harry tried to wish him luck as he walked past, but all that came out of his mouth was a sort of hoarse grunt.
"Very good indeed!" Bagman was shouting. "And now the marks from the judges!"
"Oh right," said Harry.
Angelina, who had been chatting with Alicia Spinnet near the fire, looked over at him.
Harry shrugged. "No idea," he said. "So what about Ron?"
"How do you get in there?" Hermione said in an innocently casual sort of voice.
Harry waited, every fiber of him hoping, praying. . . . If it hadn't worked. . . if it wasn't coming. . . He seemed to be looking at everything around him through some sort of shimmering, transparent barrier, like a heat haze, which made the enclosure and the hundreds of faces around him swim strangely....
"But you can say what you like about the Malfoys now?" Harry asked him, grinning.
Hermione had come in for her fair share of unpleasantness too, but she hadn't yet started yelling at innocent bystanders; in fact, Harry was full of admiration for the way she was handling the situation.