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Oops! Can You Spot What's Wrong With Emma Watson's New Tattoo?

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Mar. 5 2018, Published 6:43 p.m. ET

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Emma Watson showed off a new, giant tattoo at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday night and fans noticed a huge grammatical mistake! Can you spot it? Click through for the details!

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The actress got the words "Times Up" written in script on her forearm.

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The 27-year-old got in the ink in honor of the "Time's Up" movement which unites women against sexual harassment or abuse in the work place.

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But fans noticed an embarrassing error in the new tattoo — she's missing an apostrophe in the word "time's!"

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Luckily, the tattoo appears to be temporary.

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The Harry Potter star wore a Ralph Lauren sleeveless black gown with a gold encrusted neckline for the bash, that put the new ink on full display.

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The temporary tattoo got a lot of praise but a lot of backlash for the spelling error. One fan tweeting: "Emma Watson's new tattoo is so beautiful, but the spelling error is really annoying. #TimesU.," Another fan quipped: "Love Emma Watson trying too hard to prove how much of a feminist she is that times up tattoo and missing the apostrophe."

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What do you think of Emma's new tattoo? Let us know in the comment section.

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