The women’s activist, known best for her role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter franchise, Emma Watson graced the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar party hosted by Radhika Jones at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on March 4 in Beverly. She was sporting a Time’s Up tattoo that had the internet buzzing. She wore a classic black gown and sported a new fringe haircut. But the statement piece in her look was not jewelry or her clothes but a tattoo on her forearm, paying tribute to the movement – which is helping to fight sexual harassment in the workplace. Watson has been a vocal and leading supporter of the Time’s Up movement, which seeks to end sexual harassment in Hollywood. But the message was briefly overshadowed by a gaffe in the tattoo, which eagle-eyed netizens promptly noticed. (Also read: Legendary Actress Sridevi Deserved The Oscar Mention, Aamir Khan Says)

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The netizens trolled her in on the missing apostrophe in “Times”, the movement is called “Time’s Up,” not “Times Up”. Using it as an excuse to attack her for many sexist reasons which will not be linked to here. It’s unclear whether the tattoo is permanent or temporary but surely got all the eyes rolling for the wrong reason. Emma hasn’t commented on the tattoo or its lack of apostrophe, but she’s probably scrolling through all these articles obsessing over her, having a good, post-Oscars laugh. Girl, you brilliant.

Check out her tattoo:

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A closer look:

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Tweeple reacted on the missing apostrophe, take a look:

 

 

She proudly rocked her body hair but was trolled

Last month, Emma donated a million dollars to the Time’s Up legal defense fund for men and women who claim to be victims of workplace misconduct. The Time’s Up movement was created by hundreds of leading women in Hollywood in the wake of sexual assault and harassment allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.