It’s very confusing.”With the black gown, she styled her hair in an updo with a little height on the top, and her makeup was simple, save for a dark red lip.Her black box clutch, nails, and strappy heels matched the dress.Watson seems determined to pick roles that align with her ideals, which would indicate why the Beauty and the Beast star turned down Cinderella but agreed to play Belle.The animated Belle was considered one of the most progressive Disney princesses.Her black floor-length gown with a high slit over one leg featured sheer paneling in the bodice.The see-through panels created a large diamond-shaped keyhole over her chest and exposed some sideboob.The back featured a large open cutout with a big bow on top and a cascading train. While she didn’t expose as much as she did in the magazine spread, this is daring for a woman who’s been criticized for showing too much skin lately. It’s about freedom, it’s about liberation, it’s about equality.After seeing the Tim Walker-lensed photo shoot, many Twitter users chastised Watson. I really don’t know what my tits have to do with it.
Emma Watson is one of those celebrities who keeps her private life seriously private.“I’ve been doing this since I was 10 or 11, and I’ve often thought, I’m so wrong for this job because I’m too serious; I’m a pain in the ass; I’m difficult; I don’t fit. , because to some, showing that much skin is anti-everything Watson claims to stand for.Watson seems determined to pick roles that align with her ideals, which would indicate why the Beauty and the Beast star turned down Cinderella but agreed to play Belle." data-reactid="28"Emma Watson has become an outspoken feminist and activist.
She was a big proponent of the Women’s March on Washington and has become a global goodwill ambassador for UN Women.
And she wore four seriously awesome — but equally elegant — hoops on her ears.