Emma Watson Stops A Reporter Mid-Interview To Help Her Remove Ink Off Her Face

"You would do this for me, I would do this for you..."

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Emma Watson showed some serious sisterhood solidarity when she stopped a reporter mid-interview to help her remove ink from her chin.

The actress was appearing on Spanish film show Pool Fiction along with Beauty and the Beast co-star Dan Stevens when she interrupted their chat to point out the inky smudge on the journalist named Clara.

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“I’m so sorry, can I stop you?” Watson interjected apologetically. “I’m so sorry. You would do this for me, I would do this for you…You’ve got pen on your chin, and you’re gonna be so sad when you see this.

“I have to do this for you. I know what it’s like to have something on your face.”

Now if only someone had done the same for Katy Perry

Low and behold, the star then rubbed the aforementioned mark off the appreciative reporter’s face with her own hands, before calling in her make-up artist to offer Clara some concealer.

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“I’m red right now, yes?” a semi-blushing Clara asked. “This is the best moment of my trip, I have to say.”

Stevens quipped: “The day Emma Watson did my make-up.”

Meanwhile, Watson has responded to claims that she criticised Beyoncé for having a “conflicted” feminist message during an interview from 2014.

Piers Morgan had accused her of being a “hypocrite” for her comments about the singer, when she had posed semi-topless for the latest issue of Vanity Fair.

The actress shared the full interview in question on Twitter, with her quotes about Beyoncé highlighted to clarify what she actually said after being criticised by Beyoncé fans on social media too.

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From: Harper’s BAZAAR UK

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