Emma Watson confirms whether her 'Time's Up' tattoo is real


Emma Watson confirms whether her 'Time's Up' tattoo is real

While her look was undeniably chic, it's neither her dress nor her fringe that had our heads turning.

Emma Watson's Time's Up tattoo at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscars party. The tattoo said "Times Up", in support of the movement against sexual harassment in the film and entertainment industry. It needed an apostrophe between the word "Time" and alphabet "s" to make "Time's", a contraction of "time" and "is".

Watson is yet to comment on the tattoo.

Her tattoo artist had forgotten the apostrophe.

Emma Watson lit up social media when a tat spotted on her forearm at an Oscars party proved to be ungrammatical.

Emma Watson couldn't cast a spell to proofread her new ink, so she's searching for hired help to avoid another embarrassing mishap. Rather than saying Time's Up, it reads Times Up.

The 27-year-old actress joked on Twitter this morning that she is hiring someone with "experience in apostrophes".

The Brown University graduate has been an outspoken proponent of the Time's Up movement, which began after bombshell exposés revealed decades of alleged sexual misconduct by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. In 2013, she also had a fake tattoo on her lower back for her role in " The Bling Ring".

Watson has been a vocal supporter of the Time's Up movement, and a notable voice for women's rights - having been appointed UN Women Goodwill ambassador in 2014. She was one of several actresses who attended the Golden Globes in January with an activist. In a post on Instagram about the movement last month, Ms Watson wrote: "All of us are responsible for creating change, whatever industry you work in". She donated around $1.4 million to the Justice and Equality Fun in February.



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