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I was proud of myself that I managed to power through and be professional." "I try and intellectualize a lot, which she does as well obviously. I like to think that I am very loyal in the same way that she is. I will speak my mind in the same way that she does." "If I had it my way, I would have just kept it short forever. That's such an error.' And I was like, 'Well, honestly, I don't really care what you think!
The majority of the boys around me were like, 'Why did you do that?
"You have to help me, you have to stand," Belle says to the injured Beast.
I used to follow all the designers and read all the fashion magazines when I was younger, and as soon as I discovered most of the designs were appropriated from decades past, I was hooked.Talk about burying the lede: the vast majority of outlets reporting on Emma Watson’s new Vanity Fair cover story addressed her feminist credentials because one photo has her posing semi-topless, wearing a crocheted top that exposes the under part of her breasts.The 26-year-old actress found herself defending her feminism and the photo, saying that feminism isn’t about her “tits” but about other bigger issues like liberation and equality.Rupert Grint, the now 27-year-old actor who portrayed the red headed wizard in the “Harry Potter” films, claims his famous kissing scene with Emma Watson was awkward, to say the least. His latest film, “Moonwalkers,” was released earlier this month.“I never look back at that scene,” Grint told People on Friday at Universal Orlando’s Celebration of Harry Potter event.
You may not know Emma, but you have probably heard of her business, Dear Pluto, a culture and lifestyle brand through which she runs small-scale events for and in support of young artists.