Emma Watson Wrote the Best Tweet About Her Oscars Tattoo, and, Well, 10 Points For Gryffindor

Update March 5, 2018: Emma Watson saw the crazy internet backlash that called out her grammatical error on the temporary tattoo she wore to the Oscar's afterparty, and raised everyone one hilarious tweet: "Fake tattoo proofreading position available. Experience with apostrophes a must," she wrote. Obviously, the actress was making a point: apostrophe or not, the message behind her body art was clear, and more important than the perfection of the design.

Original Post: Emma Watson sent out a powerful message during the Vanity Fair Oscars party. The Harry Potter actress walked the red carpet wearing a black Ralph Lauren gown that featured silver embellishments. She styled her Oscars look with Roger Vivier heels, a Tyler Ellis clutch, and jewels by Ana Katarina Design, Ana Khouri, and Vrai & Oro. While her sparkly dress was beautiful, it was what was written on her inner forearm that had everyone talking.

Emma debuted a large tattoo on her arm that read "Times Up." The ink was a tribute to the Time's Up movement, which was created to combat workplace sexual harassment and assault across industries. Sadly, the message behind the empowering tattoo was overshadowed by a grammatical error. The internet was quick to point out the missing apostrophe in Emma's Time's Up stamp. Keep reading to have a closer look at Emma's tattoo ahead.