‘Was NOT this cute,’ Emma Watson says of the awkward Harry Potter Reunion photo gaffe.
EMMA WATSON has taken to Instagram to address a much-discussed photo gaffe in the Harry Potter Reunion show, in which the star was mistakenly identified as a different famous Emma.
Emma Watson, who plays Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films, has spoken out about a blunder in the film Return to Hogwarts, which many fans noticed.
Taking to social media, the actor, who plays Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter series, mocked a photo that appeared to show her as a child in a special reunion program but was actually of another Hollywood star.
I was NOT this cute when I was younger.
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The Chanel icon revealed the true identity of the person in the photo because of her 64.4 million followers.
“I was NOT this cute, @emmaroberts,” Emma wrote.
Before ending her post, she added an emoji of a laughing face and the hashtag “(hashtag)emmasistersforever.”
A sweet-looking girl sat at a dining table wearing Minnie Mouse ears.
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Emma’s celebrity friends were quick to respond to the star’s post.
Paris Hilton, a successful businesswoman, simply left a heart-eyed emoji.
“My goodness, this was so hilarious,” Potterpoints, a Harry Potter fan account, added.
For any confused Potterheads, Instagram user addvaith kindly explained the mix-up.
“For anyone curious, they accidentally used Emma Roberts’ picture in the Harry Potter Reunion,” they wrote.
The 20th anniversary reunion show for Harry Potter aired on New Year’s Day, and fans were overjoyed.
For the commemorative program marking 20 years since the first film, The Philosopher’s Stone, Emma was reunited with her co-stars Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Tom Felton, and Bonnie Wright.
However, viewers were unimpressed after a photo purporting to be of Emma Watson was shown incorrectly.
Fans were quick to notice that the photo was of Emma Roberts, the star of Scream Queens and the niece of Hollywood legend Julia Roberts.
The show’s producers quickly issued a statement after the error was discovered, and the snap was edited.
“Well spotted Harry Potter fans!” they responded to the confusion.
“You brought our attention to an editing error involving a mislabeled photograph.
“Shortly, a new version.”
James and Oliver Phelps, who play the Weasley twins, were among the actors who had a mishap.
“News from the Brinkwire.”
I was NOT this cute
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