Emma Watson tweeted that she's hiring a tattoo proofreader after missing an apostrophe on her 'Time's Up' tattoo
- British actress Emma Watson has joked that she is hiring a "fake tattoo proofreader" after fans spotted a typo in her new tattoo.
- She revealed the "Times Up" tattoo - missing an apostrophe - at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday.
- Thousands of fans have replied to "apply" to the position.
Emma Watson has joked that she's hiring a "fake tattoo proofreader" after fans spotted a typo in the new tattoo she revealed at an Oscar party on Sunday.
The Brown University graduate showed up at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party with a tattoo on her right inner forearm which read "Times Up," honouring the movement against sexual harassment.
It was noticeably missing an apostrophe on "Time's."
Danny Moloshok / Reuters
While it's unknown if the tattoo is real or temporary, the actress joked on Twitter that she was hiring a "fake tattoo proofreader" after fans pointed out the error.
Over a thousand fans have replied to the tweet, "applying" for the fake position.
Watson, who has been one of the leaders of the Time's Up movement, also recently donated £1 million to another anti-harassment campaign, according to the BBC.
Fake tattoo proofreading position available. Experience with apostrophes a must.- Emma Watson (@EmmaWatson) March 5, 2018
I would like to take you up on this job opportunity? I have a masters in proofreadery graduated with a 1st from Tattoo Uni top of my class pic.twitter.com/9vpb66m09p- Megan (@meganflockhart) March 5, 2018
Not only am I good w apostrophes, I'm also very adequate when using the oxford comma- Maolin Macatangay (@maomacatangay) March 5, 2018
*quits job as a book editor to read fake tattoos for @EmmaWatson, has "No Ragrets"*- Sandra D (@sand_rad) March 5, 2018
Hi Emma - I'd like to apply for the job. My experience with apostrophes consists in being able to differentiate 'Emma, *you're* perfect' from 'I'd like to be *your* boyfriend.'- Bastien Fachan (@BastienFachan) March 5, 2018
I've got a permanent marker and a steady hand...- Jonny Duddle (@JonnyDuddleDum) March 5, 2018