But it's only temporary anyway. And she still got the message across.
If she had done the hashtag
#TimesUp or something, fans wouldn't comment. But since it's "Times Up" without the apostrophe to make it Time IS Up, social media started giving her crap.
Critics mentioned that she studied at Brown University, an Ivy League school, and graduated with a bachelor's degree in English literature. And yet...
Emma Watson's "Time's Up" tattoo missing the apostrophe pic.twitter.com/0PtHabqyDI— Kayleigh Leadbetter (@kayleigh_uk) March 5, 2018
We're all human. We've all made spelling errors -- sometimes many. Typos need love, too. We don't all broadcast those errors on the red carpet, but give Hermione a break. She's trying to do a good thing here.
UPDATE: Emma had a sense of humor about the whole thing, tweeting this reaction:
Fake tattoo proofreading position available. Experience with apostrophes a must.— Emma Watson (@EmmaWatson) March 5, 2018
The big picture takeaway is that Emma Watson is a very public supporter of the Time's Up movement. She regularly backs that up with action -- donating about $1.4 million to a U.K.-based fund to fight sexual harassment, assault, and discrimination. She's a UN Women Goodwill ambassador. And she attended the 2018 Golden Globes with Marai Larasi, who heads Imkaan, which fights violence against minority women.
The clock's been ticking on the abuse of power. I stand in solidarity with women across every industry to say #TIMESUP on abuse, harassment, and assault. #TIMESUP on oppression and marginalization. #TIMESUP on misrepresentation and underrepresentation. Sign the solidarity letter and donate to the @TIMESUPNOW Legal Defense Fund: Link in bio.
She's a good egg.
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