Emma Watson debuts 'Time's Up' tattoo-but there's just one problem

Emma Watson debuts 'Time's Up' tattoo-but there's just one problem

The "Beauty and the Beast" actress, 27, debuted a temporary tattoo during Sunday's Vanity Fair Oscars party, with "Times Up" written in script on her arm.

But, if you look a little closer, you can see that Emma's design forgets the crucial apostrophe, meaning it doesn't actually mean "time is up", but just "times up", which kinda changes the tattoo's meaning.

Emma Watson arriving at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party held in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, USA.

Watson has to know that her fake tattoo isn't grammatically correct.

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"Times Up? Sans apostrophe? Very poor grammar", one user wrote on Twitter.

As photos surfaced of the actress' body art, critics quickly pointed out that her tattoo read "Times Up" and was missing an apostrophe.

As a man with an apostrophe in his name, I can kind of understand how Emma Watson missed out this one.

Whether Watson's ink is temporary or permanent is still up for debate.

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If anyone had any doubts about Emma Watson's commitment to the Time's Up movement, behold her new ink.

Last month, Emma Watson donated more than £1million ($1.9m) to the UK Justice and Equality fund for victims of sexual harassment ahead of the BAFTA awards, where stars dressed in black in solidarity with victims of sexual assault.

The organisation raises money to provide support and advice to help prevent sexual harassment in the workplace.

She concluded her short speech with the words "inclusion rider" in reference to a clause actors are entitled to add to their contract that specifying diversity amongst the cast and crew.

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