Published: Wed, March 07, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Emma Watson provokes grammar sticklers with Time's Up tattoo

Emma Watson provokes grammar sticklers with Time's Up tattoo

Alongside a picture of her new ink, she wrote on Twitter: "Fake tattoo proofreading position available". The temporary tattoo, which was the flawless nod to Watson's passion of the movement, seemed to be missing an apostrophe, a fact that was quickly splashed around the news cycle.

While a section was all guns blazing for the actress, there were also people who looked past the error and emphasised on the importance of the campaign.

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

Though the typo tattoo got its own spotlight for an accidental reason, Watson's heart was absolutely in the right place - even if the apostrophe was not.

Emma Watson was seen attending the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar party among other celebrities on Sunday, March 4.

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The Harry Potter alum has been a vocal advocate of the Time's Up movement, which was started by women in Hollywood after allegations of sexual harassment ran rampant throughout the industry.

Watson's current tattoo, fake as it may be, is in support of a cause that the actress has championed for years. "Experience with apostrophes is a must".

And now Emma has spoken about the "inking", revealing that it was, in fact, a temporary transfer.

Stars arrived on the red carpet at the Academy Awards wearing pins for the Time's Up movement, which was triggered by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein's downfall.

"We're so proud of u and the message that you want to give us across the tattoo". Just last month, she donated one million pounds to the Justice and Equality Fund (the UK's equivalent to TIME'S UP). The groundbreaking movement is described as a "unified call for change from women in entertainment for women everywhere".

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