Emma Watson got the internet buzzing after showing up to Sunday (March 4) night's Vanity Affair Oscar after-party with a big ole "Time's Up" tattoo on her forearm. Only, the temporary ink read "Times Up."

Luckily, the Beauty and the Beast star can have a laugh while still making a statement, and took to Twitter to address the apparent lack of an apostrophe in her accessory.

"Fake tattoo proofreading position available," she tweeted. "Experience with apostrophes a must."

Watson has been an outspoken advocate for women's rights for years now. She famously visited Bangladesh and Zambia in order to promote education for girls in 2014. The same year, she was appointed as a UN Women Goodwill ambassador and soon after launched the HeForShe campaign, calling for men to advocate for gender equality.

In 2016, the actress launched Our Shared Shelf, a feminist Goodreads book club aimed to promote feminist literature.

At the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards on January 7, 2018, Watson brought Marai Larasi, an activist whose work focuses on the issue of violence against women, as her guest to the ceremony.

Needless to say, the ink, though temporary, was very on brand for the activist actress. We just hope she finds a good tattoo proofreader if she ever decides to make it permanent.


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