WHEN YOU THINK about it, Emma Watson is almost as famous for her humanitarian work as she is her film career.
From her appointment to UN Women Goodwill Ambassador in 2014 to her million pound contribution to a fund established for victims of sexual harassment, the British actress has been hugely vocal about countless issues which impact women.
And last night at the 90th Academy Awards, the 27-year-old debuted a tattoo dedicated to the Time’sUp campaign, but unfortunately it’s grabbing headlines this morning for all the wrong reasons.
Emma’s tat is missing an apostrophe.
However, according to emerging reports, the inking, which is located on Emma’s inner right arm, is only temporary, so there is some scope for a little correction.
And it’s not like Emma can do any wrong in anyone’s eyes, anyway.
The Time’sUp campaign got considerable air-time during this year’s Oscar ceremony as Jimmy Kimmel and numerous attendees used their platform to show their support for the movement.