Emma Watson made headlines on the Oscars red carpet when she showed off what appeared to be a genuine tattoo on her forearm - complete with genuine error.
The actress's admirable support of the Time's Up movement was ridiculed by some for falling into the trap of 'Bad tattoos with grammatical imperfections' as it was written as 'Times Up' - but now it has been revealed that the tattoo is not real, and the Harry Potter and Beauty and the Beast star will not be requiring the addition of an emergency apostrophe.
She took to Twitter last night to advertise for a 'fake tattoo proofreader', somehow restraining herself from using the 'roll eyes' emoji:
Fake tattoo proofreading position available. Experience with apostrophes a must.
— Emma Watson (@EmmaWatson) March 5, 2018
So now you know, and her legacy as Hermione remains intact. Phew.