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Emma Watson - Late Show with David Letterman Arrivals - 25 March 2014

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Emma Watson - Late Show with David Letterman Arrivals - 25 March 2014


So many people told me it wasn’t possible (attending university). I kept saying ‘I dont care.’ This is what I want. And graduation will, for me, be symbolic of all that. I will be there. And I’ll be throwing a huge party. And getting very drunk.

So many people told me it wasn’t possible (attending university). I kept saying ‘I dont care.’ This is what I want. And graduation will, for me, be symbolic of all that. I will be there. And I’ll be throwing a huge party. And getting very drunk.


❝To be honest, I felt more myself with that haircut. I felt bold, and it felt empowering because it was my choice. It felt sexy too. Maybe it was the bare neck, but for some reason I felt super, super sexy.

❝To be honest, I felt more myself with that haircut. I felt bold, and it felt empowering because it was my choice. It felt sexy too. Maybe it was the bare neck, but for some reason I felt super, super sexy.

I’ve got so much left to do and to prove.

Emma Watson | ‘Noah’ Madrid Premiere (March 17, 2014)

“I remember reading this thing that Elizabeth Taylor wrote. She had her first kiss in character. On a movie set. It really struck me. I don’t know how or why, but I had this sense that if I wasn’t really careful, that could be me. That my first kiss could be in somebody else’s clothes. And my experiences could all belong to someone else.”

Sometimes I hear myself in interviews and I feel like I’m in that skit from Extras where one actor is taking the piss out of celebrities who are like, “I’m so normal! Look at me being really normal, doing all of this normal stuff!” You can take it to a point where it’s like, “Well, yeah, my life is kind of weird and I can’t pretend that I live exactly like everyone else,” because it’s an extraordinary set of circumstances to be under, so it’s kind of finding that middle ground. But yeah—sometimes I hear myself back and I’m like, “This just sounds like bullshit. - Emma Watson

Emma Watson ‘Bloom of the Wallflower’ - Wonderland Magazine [x]