Emma Watson responds to THAT tattoo fail in hilarious tweet

Good old Hermione.

06 Mar 2018

Aside from Jennifer Lawrence once again making us wish she was our best friend with her boozy antics, something else didn't go unnoticed at the Oscars 2018.

Twitter went into meltdown after noticing Emma Watson's temporary tattoo, which was a tribute to the Time's Up movement, had an embarrassing grammatical error.

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Fans were quick to notice that the tattoo was missing an apostrophe. Instead of saying 'Time's Up' the tattoo read 'Times Up'.

Emma Watson seems to be missing an apostrophe on her Time's Up tattoo

— Elliot Wagland (@elliotwagland)

Well however bad your day’s been.. you could always be Emma Watson(’)s tattoo artist!

— Tony Shepherd (@tonysheps)

But Emma has had the last laugh by sharing a hilarious tweet in response.

Taking to Twitter, the actress wrote: "Fake tattoo proofreading position available. Experience with apostrophes a must."

Fake tattoo proofreading position available. Experience with apostrophes a must.

— Emma Watson (@EmmaWatson)

Emma was flooded with job applications from amused social media users.

— FamilyLife#SouthOZ (@d2b7741dce96453)

I would like to take you up on this job opportunity? I have a masters in proofreadery graduated with a 1st from Tattoo Uni top of my class

— Megan Flockhart (@meganflockhart)

Many of the Harry Potter star's fans pointed out that the hashtag for #TimesUp doesn't actually have an apostrophe, because Twitter doesn't support apostrophes in hashtags, so we're convinced Emma was actually right. She did study at Oxford University, after all!

Is it possible that Emma Watson didn't misspell the tattoo & was gesturing to the hashtag , which due to how hashtags work doesn't include the apostrophe?

— Ben Dalton (@daltontowers)

Emma, who found fame as Hermione in J.K. Rowling's iconic film, is one of the most vocal female stars behind the Time's Up movement.

She donated £1m to a recent anti-harassment campaign and uses her voice to push for change. And that's why she's one of our favourite celebrities - even if she forgot to use an apostrophe.



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