Emma Watson is seeking a proofreader following a grammatical error in the new tattoo she showed off at the Oscars.
The 27-year-old garnered attention during Sunday’s Academy Awards when she was seen sporting a new inking on her right arm. The tattoo said “Times Up,” in support of the movement against sexual harassment in the film and entertainment industry.
But the “Harry Potter” star soon became the subject of mockery when fans noticed a glaring spelling error – the tattoo was missing an apostrophe.
Watson took to social media last night to clear up the controversy, making light of the mistake and suggesting that the tattoo was temporary.
“Fake tattoo proofreading position available,” the actress joked.
Many fans were quick to offer their services to help with any future typos, while others chose to focus on the meaning behind the tattoo rather than the error.
Watson has been one of the biggest supporters of the Time’s Up movement, recently donating £1 million to the UK Justice and Equality Fund, an anti-harassment campaign in the UK.
“United across industries and communities, we believe all women and people deserve to live with safety and dignity. #TIMESUP on imbalance of power,” she wrote on Instagram.