AceShowbiz - %cEmma Watson% was seen attending the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar party among other celebrities on Sunday, March 4. If other people show support to a movement by donating and promoting, Emma goes to the next level by sporting a tattoo to show her mission at the afterparty. The tattoo was a black cursive script that reads, "Times Up," a movement to support those who have experience sexual harassment, assault or abuse in the workplace.
Emma arrived at the party wearing a black sleeveless dress. Many people said that the script was grammatically error. It needed an apostrophe between the word "Time" and alphabet "s" to make "Time's," a contraction of "time" and "is."
Commenting on the error, @fairythoughts wrote, "Imagine Emma Watson getting a tattoo to celebrate a brilliant movement and the only thing people can talk about is the fact an apostrophe was missed on the tat."
Emma has also poked fun at the grammatical error, posting on Twitter, "Fake tattoo proofreading position available. Experience with apostrophes a must."
Fake tattoo proofreading position available. Experience with apostrophes a must.— Emma Watson (@EmmaWatson) March 5, 2018
Some said that the script was a temporary tattoo. One source even stated that it was clearly a temporary tattoo after performing close inspection to her right forearm.
If the above statement is true, then it will not be the first time for the actress show off her fake tattoo. In 2010, she sported a temporary tattoo on her upper arm while attending Glastonbury music festival. In 2013, she also had a fake tattoo on her lower back for her role in "The Bling Ring".
The "Harry Potter" star has showed her support for Time's Up movement. She donated around $1.4 million to the Justice and Equality Fun in February. The donation was meant to drive personal, social, legal and policy changes that will ensure everyone can feel safe at work, at play and at home.
She posted on her Instagram account a photograph of several celebrities who supported the movement. She captioned it, "There is no question that #TIMESUP should be and will be a global movement. A movement that is defined and led by those affected by the problem, not by those in power."
There is no question that #TIMESUP should be and will be a global movement. A movement that is defined and led by those affected by the problem, not by those in power. Tessa Thompson with Marai Larasi from Imkaan. Gemma Arterton with Eileen Pullen and Gwen Davis, two of the women who staged a three week walk-out from Ford痴 Dagenham plant in 1968. Andrea Riseborough with Phyll Opoku-Gyimah from UK Black Pride. Naomie Harris with journalist Afua Hirsch. Gemma Chan with activist Laura Bates.🖤