Emma Watson Unveils Misspelled "Time's Up" Tattoo At OscarsChris Menahan
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Feminist actress Emma Watson unveiled her new "Time's Up" tattoo at the Vanity Fair Oscars afterparty on Sunday.
Despite being a champion of the movement, the 27-year-old actress apparently doesn't know how to spell the slogan as her tattoo reads "Times Up" without an apostrophe.
At least two times Watson has worn a shirt with "Time's Up" written on the front:
It's not entirely clear if the tattoo is permanent, People Magazine speculated it might be a temporary.
Earlier this year, Watson was praised by the media after she wrote an open letter where she acknowledged her "white privilege" and said she's thought about the ways she "upholds a system that is structurally racist."
Judging by the terrible ratings of this year's Oscars, "Time's Up" seems to be an appropriate message for Hollywood as a whole.
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