Emma Watson displays Times Up tattoo at Vanity Fair Oscar party but social media users point out grammatical error
Emma Watson displayed some new ink at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party but social media users pointed out the tattoo’s glaring grammatical error. The “Harry Potter” star showed off a tattoo that read “Times Up” on her arm — clearly missing the apostrophe for the organization Time’s Up. It was not immediately clear if the tattoo was real. People reported the tattoo could be temporary.
“There is no question that #TIMESUP should be and will be a global movement,” Watson wrote in an Instagram post. “A movement that is defined and led by those affected by the problem, not by those in power.”
Watson’s tattoo was apparently a sign of support for the movement but social media users quickly pointed out the phrase was missing an apostrophe.
“Times Up? Sans apostrophe? Might want to look into a refund for that Brown University bachelor’s degree in English literature,” one person tweeted.
“Oh Emma. The apostrophe love, the APOSTROPHE!!” another person wrote.
Watson, 27, has not commented on if the tattoo is real or not.
“The empasis should be on the Movement not the apostrophy, yall can’t be series, GTFOH…..Millie in the City