What’s Your Favourite Photo of Emma?

•November 2, 2011 • Leave a Comment

THE WINNER IS PICTURE 5!!  Thanks to all who voted!

(Apologies, we added an incorrect photo to this post at the start, and have replaced it with the correct one.  If you voted for the incorrect photo, your vote unfortunately has been deleted.  The pictures up now are the correct and final ones, and all votes will be counted from here on out.)

Hello followers!  Today we thought we’d bring you our first poll!  We’ve had many photos come up in our blogs of Emma with various other people, but we want to know the photo that YOU like most!  We can see everyday the photos that you all click on to view, so we’ve taken the top 5 visited photos amongst our blog, and want you to choose which photo is the best.  Once we know the answer, we will change the main photo of Emma on our home page to the photo you’ve chosen!  Here are the nominees:


Picture 1

Picture 2

Picture 3

Picture 4

Picture 5


Okay all, take your pick!


No “Bad Girl” Image for Emma Watson

•November 1, 2011 • Leave a Comment

We stumbled upon the following article involving Emma today, and thought it was worth sharing.  Read below or find it HERE:


Although she claims she’s a talented drinker, Emma Watson says she’ll never become a troubled, self-destructive “bad girl” like Lindsay Lohan or, formerly, Britney Spears. The Harry Potter actress claims she’ll never “bottom out” like many famous and even not so famous child stars. In fact, La Watson even jokes that falling “off the deep end” is just out of the question.

Yes, at the tender age of 21, Emma Watson seems very certain of who she is and exactly where she’s going. Or at least where she’s determined not to go.

“Sometimes I feel as though everyone’s waiting with bated breath for the three of us from ‘Harry Potter’ to do something that will perpetuate the child-star stereotype,” said Watson in an interview with Elle UK. “I don’t know if I’m the least likely person to go off the rails, but I don’t see any need to. It’s not on my agenda. There are too many other things I want to do.”

Of course, just because Emma Watson refuses to succumb to the “curse” of childhood stardom, that doesn’t mean that she’s some sort of Carrie Nation style teetotaler. She enjoys drinking socially from time to time. In fact, she’s very good at it.

“My dad’s great hobby is wine,” Emma explained. “so it’s always been part of our family life. For someone so little, I don’t get drunk very easily. It is quite a good talent. I’m not challenging anyone to a competition, though!”

So, there you have it. Kudos to Emma Watson for being so determined to avoid the chemical pitfalls of Hollywood despite her child star background and despite her ability to toss back the fermented grape juice.

You go, “Good Girl.”


Kudos, Emma.  It’s nice to see a respectful celebrity once in a while.

Happy Halloween!

•October 31, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Happy Halloween followers!  Stay safe and have fun!

We Think Emma’s Ex is an Idiot

•October 26, 2011 • Leave a Comment

One of the admins came upon the following article regarding Emma’s ex love-interest, Francis Boulle.  Find the article HERE or read below:


“Emma Watson is smart, talented, gorgeous and somehow able to pull off a pixie cut that would make the rest of us look like we just broke up a fight between Freddy Krueger and Edward Scissorhands. Seriously, what’s not to like about our favourite Harry Potter heroine?

According to one fella who dated our girl crush, being with Watson wasn’t all it’s cracked up to be. (Sounds like someone was hit by a Confundus Charm!)

Watson’s ex-flame, Francis Boulle, says he dumped the starlet because he didn’t ‘want to be the boyfriend of some child actress.’ (Hmm, can you say jealous?)

The 22-year-old was first spotted with the Harry Potter actress back in 2008 at a Cartier polo party, reports the Daily Mail. ‘We had a bit of a thing a while back,’ Boulle told Heat magazine in a new interview. ‘But I have always been an ambitious person and I want to achieve my own notoriety for what I’ve done.’

‘That’s why I chose not to pursue it any longer, because I didn’t want to be the boyfriend of some child actress.’

Watson and her ill-fated ex may not be the best of friends now, but Boulle still says that ‘she’s a really cool person. She’s a very different person to who she is in the media. That’s what I liked about her – she’s very interesting.’

It doesn’t look like Watson is too heartbroken over the breakup, however. She is currently working her magic on her Perks of Being a Wallflower co-star, Johnny Simmons. The pair has been photographed smooching in L.A.

Watson recently told Hello! Magazine that she’s still a big believer in love. ‘I’ve always been a hopeless romantic. I think, ‘Why not?’ It’s nice. I think there’s a perception that perhaps my generation doesn’t believe in romance so much,’ she said. ‘We do still believe in romance, seduction and gallantry, but that courtship and the game is played in a different way.’

Watson said that growing up has helped her become more realistic in the ways of love. ‘I think as I’m growing up, my definition of love is becoming a lot broader,’ Emma told Hello!

‘It’s definitely become more broadened and encompassing than when I was 10 years old and I thought there was one Prince Charming.’


Maybe its a good thing Boulle is no longer with Emma – he seems like an imbecile to us!  Best of luck to future endeavours, Emma!

Emma Gets Downright Funny

•October 25, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Every once in a while, you can get one of those priceless shots of perfectly hilarious faces from anyone, and Emma Watson is not exempt!  Today we’re bringing you our favorites of downright funny faces Emma has had caught on camera.   Some of them really make us giggle! 🙂



However, though these funny faces can be great to catch on camera, some of the best shots of Emma are those of her laughing herself.  See below:

Laugh on, Emma…laugh on.  And keep laughing fans!

Emma Does the “Boogie” on “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” Set

•October 24, 2011 • Leave a Comment

We’ve stumbled upon a great news story from MTV News with Emma and co-star Ezra Miller dancing a jig on the set of  “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”.  Find the clip and article below:



“The post-“Harry Potter” education of Emma Watson began, in a way, at Brown University. Searching for her first film after completing the boy-wizard franchise, the Ivy League actress found some unlikely career advisors in the form of her fellow college students, who told her that she simply had to sign up for “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” an adaptation of Stephen Chbosky’s seminal novel.

“Honestly, I had never read the book before, but a lot of my friends at Brown were hugely into it, and when I told them I had this script, they were crazy excited,” Watson told MTV News.

And just that like, through the pop-culture schooling of her peers, she’d found a flick to carry her away from Hogwarts and toward a Hollywood second act. It’s fitting, then, that with “Perks” on her résumé, we’ve selected Watson as a member of MTV News’ New Class — actors and actresses about to graduate toward greatness. The 21-year-old finds herself in good company on the movie, whose cast contains so many soon-to-break-big talents that we selected a bunch of her co-stars as her New Class cohorts.

We’ve dubbed Watson “Most Likely to Win an Oscar.” Nina Dobrev (“The Vampire Diaries”) is our Next Style Icon. Logan Lerman (“Percy Jackson & the Olympians” and the upcoming “Three Musketeers”) is Most Likely to Make You Swoon, and Ezra Miller (Sundance eye-opener “Another Happy Day” and Cannes selectee “We Need to Talk About Kevin”) is Most Likely to Win an Independent Spirit Award. Together they’re bringing a beloved teen novel to the screen. And when we visited the film’s Pittsburgh set earlier this year, all four of them were well aware of the expectations surrounding the project and professed themselves lucky to be involved.

“I feel incredible about it. I feel like I’ve been waiting for ‘Perks,’ ” Watson said. “I was waiting for this story, for this script, for this moment, for these people to do it with me. I’m so glad I didn’t do anything that I didn’t care about.”

Watson plays Sam, a high school senior who, along with Miller’s Patrick, introduces Lerman’s freshman Charlie to a world of sex, drugs and awkward adolescence. “I definitely tapped into some awkward childhood memories for this movie,” Lerman explained. “It’s been a year and a half since I first signed on to the project, so to be out here making it is a pretty big deal for me. It’s cool to be working with this great cast of young actors.”

Dobrev, on a break from “Vampire Diaries,” echoed those sentiments. “Every hiatus, my goal is to try something different, and this is a small part in a great, fun indie that has a great script,” she said of playing Charlie’s sister. “It’s been fun to meet such great new people. Everyone really gets along and is really friendly and fun.”

Their subject matter, it should be said, is not all fun or funny. When when we showed up on set the stars were filming a raucous school-dance sequence set to “Come on Eileen,” but “Perks” takes on potentially controversial material about suicide, drug use and sexuality. These may be divisive topics to some, but ask any teen and he or she will say it’s all part of their world.

“I don’t think there will be one teenager who will watch this and not have one story or one moment that they don’t deeply feel they can relate to,” Watson said.”

Take it away, Emma!


Emma Watson Defines “Sexy”

•October 21, 2011 • 1 Comment

The following quote was found today by one of our admins, and felt it was more than necessary to put into a post for its pure inspiration, and to show how much respect we have for Emma Watson.  In the quote, Emma defines what she thinks is considered “sexy”, and how she doesn’t feel the need to fit into the norm or strut around with barely any clothing.  Find the quote below:


“I find the whole concept of being ‘sexy’ embarrassing and confusing. If I do an

interview with photographs people desperately want to change me – dye my hair

blonder, pluck my eyebrows, give me a fringe. Then there’s the choice of clothes.

I know everyone wants a picture of me in a mini-skirt. But that’s not me. I feel

uncomfortable. I’d never go out in a mini-skirt. It’s nothing to do with protecting

the Hermione image. I wouldn’t do that. Personally, I don’t actually think it’s

even that sexy. What’s sexy about saying, ‘I’m here with my boobs out and a

short skirt, have a look at everything I’ve got?’  My idea of sexy is that less is

more. The less you reveal the more people can wonder.”  – Emma Watson


Thanks Emma, for restoring our faith.   Being elegant will always be “sexy” to us.