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MADRID, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 06: Spanish actress Natalia de Molina receives the Best Actress in a Leading Role Goya Award for the film ‘Techo Y Comida’ during the 30th edition of the 'Goya Cinema Awards’ ceremony at Madrid Marriott Auditorium on February 6, 2016 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Juan Naharro Gimenez/WireImage) http://dlvr.it/KRKH0X

「妙麗」艾瑪華森長大了

艾瑪華森(Emma Watson)家族基因優良,弟弟艾力克斯‧華森( Alex Watson)也是英國小有名氣的模特兒。

‘A Bela e a Fera’, com Emma Watson no papel principal, estreará em 2017.

「妙麗」脫了! 挑戰床戲裸露鏡頭

艾瑪華森在最新作品《窒命地》中,大膽挑戰床戲,裸露鏡頭毫不扭捏,更不時散發性感小女人的嫵媚,叫人眼睛一亮。

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But we really began to take notice when the Princess was photographed with Emma Watson and mom, Crown Princess Marie Chantal, at the Valentino fall/winter 2015 show during Paris Fashion Week. (Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

Emma Watson attaquée pour avoir utilisé la mort d'Alan Rickman pour sa propre cause

Emma Watson à Madrid le 27 août 2015

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Seguimos con la religión para hablar de los curiosos regalos que recibió Emma Watson cuando rodaba la saga de ‘Harry Potter’. Y es que varios grupos cristianos pensaron que su personaje le alejaría de la verdadera fe y comenzaron a enviarle biblias. La propia actriz confirmó que había juntado una buena colección. (Foto de Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images).

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Emma Watson

Post- Potter, Emma chopped off her below-the-shoulder locks. For a sleek, defined pixie, flat-iron hair and follow with a touch of pomade.

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Side-Parted and Tucked

For Emma Watson’s adorable elfin bob, straight your locks and tuck some behind your ears.

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Emma Watson 又一次令所有人欽佩

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Emma Watson attends the BAFTA Los Angeles Jaguar Britannia Awards presented by BBC America and United Airlines at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on October 30, 2014 – Getty Images

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Emma Watson Tops AskMen’s 99 Most Outstanding Women of 2015 List

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2. Emma Watson (Hermione Granger)

2. Emma Watson (Hermione Granger)

Cierto es que no ha hecho muchas películas aún a parte de Harry Potter, pero no lo es menos que tiene una de las carreras más prometedoras. Suya es la maravillosa Las ventajas de ser un marginado. Sus 618 millones de euros estimados en taquilla están muy lejos de los billones de Pattinson, pero en su haber está Noé, por ejemplo, y el lujo de haber rodado a las órdenes de Alejandro Amenábar. Regresión se estrenará este verano y su próximo proyecto será dar vida a Bella. Todo hace esperar que su cifra aumente muchos enteros en los próximos meses. (Foto: Getty Images / Warner Bros.)

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重溫!Emma Watson 的9個感人男女平等宣言

「對女性而言,『感覺良好』決定於我們有否承認問題的存在。」

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「如我們不互相支持,那我們將永不、永不能高飛。」 “We’re never, ever, ever going to be able to fly as high unless we’re both in support of each other.”

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「那不只是關於男性拯救女性,我認為人們一直誤會了。女性一直都在參與,我們早已在其中,因為那是我們的行動。那不是一個男性的遊戲,那是一個平等遊戲,而玩家由兩性組成。」

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「如你支持平等,那你便是女性主義支持者。很抱歉,你已是女權份子了。」 “If you stand for equality, then you’re a feminist. Sorry to tell you, you’re a feminist.”

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Emma Watson Curhat tentang Kesetaraan Gender

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Emma Watson Ngamuk Ketika Diancam Foto Polosnya Akan Disebar

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The most powerful people under 30

Michael Kovac/Getty Images Evan Spiegel’s app Snapchat is in the hands of nearly every youngster with a smartphone. These days more than ever, young people can do almost anything. Business Insider ranked the most powerful people under 30 across all industries based on four criteria: how many people they formally command; how much they’re worth; how much they have shaped the world; and how much they are likely to shape the world in the future. It may be subjective, but power is always subjective. And everyone on this list, from celebrities to tech moguls, has it in spades. At the top of our first annual list is 24-year-old Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel. Although his company has only a few dozen employees, this guy has created an incredibly popular and extremely disruptive social media platform, and the sky’s the limit for his company, as seen by its soaring valuation. Spiegel himself is supposedly worth near $2 billion. 28. Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin, cofounders of The Skimm Keeping up with the hordes of news stories that break every day can be overwhelming, especially for the young professional on the go. Enter The Skimm, a daily email newsletter that brings easy-to-digest summaries of the day’s biggest news stories straight to your inbox. And with more than a million subscribers — including Oprah — it’s proven pretty effective. Founders Weisberg and Zakin, both 28, started the service in 2012 as a way to keep busy young women informed, and it’s caught on. They’ve recieved over $7.8 million in funding, and they plan to continue expanding the subscriber base as wide as possible. 27. Alex Banayan, venture capitalist During his first semester at USC, Banayan became obsessed with the careers of successful people like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. He set out to write a book on success and a year later came across Ernestine Fu — then Silicon Valley’s youngest-ever venture capitalist — and sent her a cold email. Fu agreed to meet with him and set up an interview for him at Alsop Louie Partners where she worked. A few weeks later, Banayan joined Alsop Louie, becoming the youngest VC of all time at just 19 years old. As a VC, Banayan, now 22, travels the country making pitches, attending conferences, and hosting events. He’s also advised on projects for Lady Gaga and Zappos founder Tony Hsieh, according to Forbes. Banayan has written for both Tech Crunch and The Washington Post and is still working on his book about career success. 26. Veronica Roth, author During her senior year of college, Roth, 26, a creative writing major at Northwestern, spent hours holed up in her room writing a novel instead of doing her homework. But her dedication paid off, and her book, “Divergent,” a dystopian teen novel, became the first of a best-selling trilogy. “Divergent” — along with subsequent sequels “Insurgent” and “Allegiant” — quickly became a national phenomenon, selling a combined 6.7 million copies in 2013 and nearly another 4 million in 2014, as well as spurring a series of films starring Kate Winslet and Shailene Woodley. The first film performed well at the box office, raking in $288 million worldwide, and the second is set to release this spring.  25. Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, actress Though she plays struggling actress Penny on “The Big Bang Theory,” Cuoco-Sweeting’s own career has shaped up pretty nicely. As the highest paid actress on TV right now, the 29-year-old earns an impressive $1 million an episode. Fans love her as well, voting her their “Favorite Comedic TV Actress” at the People’s Choice Awards in both 2014 and 2015. In addition to her time on “Big Bang,” you can also catch her endorsing Priceline opposite William Shatner. 24. Michelle Phan, YouTube star Phan first gained popularity through her beauty tutorials on YouTube, a hobby she quickly turned into a viable business. The 27-year-old now has more than seven million followers and a billion pageviews on her YouTube channel and is worth $84 million. She’s since branched out from YouTube, becoming a beauty mogul with several other ventures, including Ipsy, a beauty product subscription service she started in in 2012. The service is expected to garner over $100 million in revenue this year, according to Forbes. Phan also collaborated on a makeup line with L’Oreal and released her first book, “Make Up,” last fall. 23. Nick D’Aloisio, founder of Summly Most teenagers spend their afternoons watching TV or playing video games. Not D’Aloisio. At 15, he developed news app Summly, and at 17, he sold it to Yahoo for upwards of $30 million. Yahoo then brought him on as project manager to develop the Yahoo News Digest, an iteration of Summly. D’Aloisio’s work for Yahoo earned him international recognition as a programming prodigy, as well as a coveted Apple Design Award in 2014. Today, the self-made millionaire attends Oxford University while managing Yahoo News Digest part-time. 22. Kendall Jenner, model and reality TV star With a modeling career on the rise, a collaboration with PacSun, and a contract with Estee Lauder, it’s safe to say that 19-year-old Jenner is no longer overshadowed by her famous Kardashian sisters. She continues to prove her influence, earning Estee Lauder over 50,000 new Instagram followers the day her contract went public, and walking in runway shows for fashion heavyweights such as Diane Von Furstenberg, Givenchy, and Chanel. And with nearly 20 million Instagram followers herself, her popularity is undeniable. 21. Ryan Israel, partner at Pershing Square Capital With only five years of experience, 29-year-old Israel is already a partner at Pershing Square Capital, an $18 billion hedge fund that proved one of the most successful of 2014. Israel works alongside the famous Bill Ackman and represents Pershing Square on the board of publicly-traded chemical producer Platform Specialty Products, according to Forbes. Before he signed on with Ackman in 2013, Israel worked as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs in the technology, media, and telecom division. 20. Sam Smith, musical artist Watch out music world — Sam Smith has arrived. No one can deny that the 22-year-old singer killed it at the Grammys this year, taking home an impressive four awards for best new artist, song of the year, record of the year, and best pop vocal album. His debut album, “In The Lonely Hour,” released last June, saw record-breaking sales its first week out, moving over 166,000 copies. Today, he’s sold more than 5 million records and counting and continues to play sold-out shows across the country. Smith’s also been a voice for gay rights, speaking out against homophobia and featuring a gay marriage ceremony in his recent video for “Lay Me Down.” 19. Bethany Mota, YouTube star Bethany Mota, 19, started creating short videos on her YouTube channel in 2009 and now has 7 million subscribers hanging on her every word. More than web famous, Mota has a line through clothing retailer Aeropostale and has appeared on the most recent season of “Dancing With the Stars.” Mota is beloved to a wide young audience, and she was recently invited to the White House. After the most recent State of the Union address, she got to interview President Obama in front of all her fans. 18. Alan Schaaf, founder of Imgur Anyone on the pulse of what’s happening online has probably spent time clicking through Imgur, the photo and video platform that’s hosted almost every viral meme to hit the internet. Created by Schaaf in 2009 as a better alternative to photo sharing online, the site — which started as a personal project out of his Ohio University dorm room — now claims 150 million unique visitors and 5.5 billion page views a month. Imgur’s not stopping there either — the site recieved $40 million in venture funding last April, and Schaaf, 27, has been expanding his team since. 17. Brennan Potts, cofounder of Titanium Exploration Partners Even as oil prices fall, Potts has found a way to grow a lucrative business out of it. In 2014, the 29-year-old co-founded Titanium Exploration Partners, which drills for oil and gas using horizontal drilling methods, a practice more commonly referred to as fracking. Since its genesis, the company has raised $300 million in private equity funding and gained control over 100 shale wells in Texas, according to Forbes. For a company that originally started in Potts’ kitchen, it’s certainly come a long way — but Potts sees his business growing even more. “I’m still in building mode, it’s the early innings,” he told Baylor, his alma mater. 16. Ariana Grande, musical artist She got her start as Cat on Nickelodeon’s “Victorious,” but Grande was quick to shed her child-star image. The 21-year-old topped the charts last year with several hits, including “Problem,” “Break Free,” and “Bang Bang.” Her sophomore album, “My Everything,” became her second No. 1 album in under a year, following 2013′s “Yours Truly,” and selling 169,000 copies its opening week. Looking ahead, she’s taking her album on the road this summer with her first official headlining tour and plans to release her first fragrance in September. 15. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, cofounders of The Row If you still picture the Olsen twins of the ’90s with matching outfits and straight-to-video films, think again. The elusive sisters now helm two powerful fashion labels — The Row and Elizabeth & James — and are worth a combined $300 million. Luxury line The Row, which they founded in 2004, not only established the pair as bona-fide designers but also has become a respected fashion powerhouse, bringing in millions of dollars per year for the twins. Mary-Kate and Ashley, now 28, aren’t coasting on their success either — they oversee every detail for both lines, from fabric choices to runway venues. 14. Lorde, musical artist At just 17 years old, native New Zealander Lorde won two Grammy awards for her hit song “Royals,” including Song of the Year. Now 18, Lorde is building an impressive resume with her curating the entire soundtrack to the “Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1″ movie. She may have missed out on a best original song Oscar nomination for “Hunger Games”-featured song “Hanging Tree,” but word has it she’s working on a new album already.  Named to TIME’s list of the 25 most influential teenagers last year, Lorde is also a role model for her generation in promoting healthy body image; last year she tweeted two side-by-side photos of herself — one Photoshopped, one not — to show that even famous people suffer from conditions like acne, and “flaws are ok.” 13. Kevin Durant, NBA player Durant, 26, was named NBA MVP last season and has emerged as the best player after (30-year-old) LeBron James. His on-court accolades include last season’s a 51% shooting rate, 41.6% three-point shooting rate, and 90.5% free throw shooting rate, which made him the youngest player to join the 50-40-90 club, taking the record from Michael Jordan. He’s a sweetheart, too, with his MVP speech about his mom bringing people to tears. Add it up, and you’ll see why he’s marketing gold, spurring a bidding war for his endorsement between Under Armour and Nike that Nike won with a reported $300 million plus deal, among many other product sponsorships. 12. Emma Watson, actress and activist Emma Watson is more than just the girl who brought Hermione Granger to the big screen. The 24-year-old is the new face for gender equality through her involvement in HeForShe, a campaign that seeks to bring all people, not just women, into the conversation. A UN Goodwill Ambassador, Watson brought an audience to its feet last fall at the UN introducing the campaign, and again at Davos in January with the next phase of HeForShe.  While HeForShe is probably her biggest priority right now, Watson hasn’t given up acting altogether either; she plans to play Belle in Disney’s live action version of “Beauty and the Beast.” 11. Jennifer Lawrence, actress Lawrence, 24, was the highest-grossing actor of 2014, with “X-Men: Days of Future Past” and “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1“ alone pulling in $1.4 billion. She’s also made her mark as an actress for award-winning roles in “Silver Linings Playbook” and “American Hustle.” With one more “Hunger Games” installment to go, she’s also got a number of other title character projects on her plate, including “Serena,” which came out this past fall, and “Joy,” due out this year.  Most notably, she’s incredibly popular, seen as relatable to fans as she trips at award shows, makes fun of herself, and talks about loving food. 10. PewDiePie, YouTube star Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg is the millions-earning, best-known, and most popular, YouTube star on the video sharing site today. At just 24 years old, he already rakes in over $4 million a year in ad sales from his video-format video game commentary. And with more than 34 million subscribers to his channel, his opinions reach far and influence wide: His recent criticism of Nintendo’s new revenue sharing plans is getting a lot of attention in the news, which could mean some rocky times ahead for the video game company. Kjellberg hopes to someday start his own video network. 9. Lena Dunham, creator of HBO’s “Girls” Lena Dunham entered Hollywood already a triple threat: The writer/director/actress gained fame with “Girls,” the runaway hit HBO show that’s like the “Sex and the City” of Brooklyn. Dunham, 28, has been nominated for a Golden Globe or an Emmy every year since the show’s debut, and she already has one Golden Globe under her belt. Her recent memoir-slash-advice book, “Not That Kind of Girl,” was made a New York Times bestseller and named one of the best books of the year by The New York Times, Buzzfeed, The Globe and Mail, and Library Journal. As one of very few women  behind the scenes in Hollywood, particularly in a directing or writing role, she’s a role model in what still remains a male-dominated industry. Dunham keeps coming up with ideas that wow her fans: Her next project involves adapting one of her favorite young adult novels, “Catherine, Called Birdy,” into a full-length movie. 8. David Karp, CEO of Tumblr Karp founded successful blogging platform Tumblr when he was just 20 years old, attracted millions of users, and sold the company to Yahoo in May of 2013 for over a billion dollars. Karp remains the CEO of the company, and the company continues to grow in both traffic and revenue. The 28-year-old Brooklyn resident has a net worth close to $200 million and is using his power and fame to speak with President Obama about education in America. Lately he’s also been doing “a tiny bit” of investing. 7. Josh Kushner, venture capitalist and cofounder of Oscar Twenty-nine-year-old Kushner has a good eye for business. The founder of Thrive Capital, Kushner got in early with large-exit companies like Instagram (bought by Facebook) and Twitch (bought by Amazon). He’s also invested in Artsy, Warby Parker, and Codecademy, to name a few. The Harvard-educated Kushner is also an entrepreneur outside of Thrive: He cofounded New York-based insurance company Oscar, which is currently valued at around $800 million. 6. Malala Yousafzai, activist The world first learned 17-year-old Malala Yousafzai’s name when she was shot by the Taliban in 2012. She’s known for her peaceful opposition to the Taliban’s oppression of women and girls, especially when it came to education. And her work has had a ripple effect in other countries, like Nigeria, where other girls like Yousafzai look to her for inspiration in making their own voices heard. The teenage activist came out with her tell-all memoir, “I Am Malala,” in 2013, and was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. She won the prize in 2014, making her the youngest Nobel Prize laureate in history. In another turn, she also won a Grammy Award for Best Children’s Album for the audio recording of her book. Malala’s namesake fund aims to boost the opportunities for women and girls to learn around the world, with over $3.5 million committed to projects through 2016. 5. Nat Turner and Zack Weinberg, cofounders of Flatiron Health Nat Turner and Zach Weinberg received about $130 million in funding from Google Ventures last year to continue their work collecting and analyzing cancer-related clinical data through Flatiron Health. What they’re doing is streamlining a very data-heavy, complicated field and making it more accessible. Turner and Weinberg, both 28, believe that by organizing and standardizing data from clinical trials for cancer treatment and making it available to physicians, researchers, and patients, it could help doctors come up with more effective treatment options by seeing what’s worked so far and what hasn’t. 4. Taylor Swift, musical artist Swift’s latest album, “1989,” which was the best-selling album of 2014, made her the first woman to have three albums sell more than a million copies in a single week. When she pulled her album off Spotify — even when the streaming service begged her not to — it was the talk of the internet and inspired a larger conversation about how much musical artists are compensated for their work. With a net worth around $200 million, 25-year-old Swift is powerful in more than just the music industry; retail brands like Victoria’s Secret use her to boost sales. She’s also a frequent guest on TV shows, like SNL, which has had her in to host an episode, and also gave her a major part in its 40th anniversary episode. Fans love her as she interacts with them directly and demonstrates a new way of keeping it real as a celebrity. 3. Matteo Achilli, founder of Egomnia Hailed as the “Italian Zuckerberg,” Achilli has amassed more than 250,000 users and 700 partner companies on his online job recruiting network, Egomnia. While the company started only in Italy, it’s now available in Brazil and has been requested in Korea, the UK, Spain, Colombia, Greece, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, and Nepal. His youth, combined with his ambition, makes him popular in the media. “Sometimes I forget I’m 22,” he told the BBC. Achilli recently brought on companies like Ericsson and Vodafone, and is also reportedly finalizing deals with Google and Microsoft, among others. 2. Palmer Luckey, founder of Oculus VR At age 19, Luckey had completed his sixth virtual reality headset prototype which he called the Rift, in honor of his desire to close a rift between virtual reality and actual reality. In the next two whirlwind years that followed, Luckey found funding to start his company Oculus VR, create a consumer prototype, and sell the company to Facebook for over $2 billion — all without a final, ready-for-market product. Luckey, 22, now remains on as founder, working under Facebook’s auspices. Forbes estimates his net worth to be well over $500 million. Luckey’s consumer product is changing the way people experience the video games they once knew and in the future could potentially allow architects to “tour” their building blueprints or let historians “relive” big moments in history. A retail version is expected to roll out this year. 1. Evan Spiegel, cofounder and CEO of Snapchat Right at the fingertips of almost every young person with a smartphone, Spiegel’s fleeting photo messaging app has garnered at least 100 million users around the world, making 24-year-old Spiegel a dominant force in tech and in general. Currently valued at around $10 billion (with Spiegel himself at $1.5 billion), Snapchat keeps evolving to keep up with users’ changing wants and needs. In addition to offering disappearing photos and videos, it has added a new feature called Discover, which plays video clips from ESPN, CNN, and other content partners, and which poses a big threat to other media platforms. Already more people watched college football games via Snapchat “mega-stories” than people who watched the same games on TV. The red-hot app also threatens other social media platforms. No wonder Facebook tried to buy it for more than $3 billion, and it’s looking like a smart choice that Spiegel said no. Now see who has the most power in entertainment. The most powerful person in Hollywood at every age » Read more stories on Business Insider, Malaysian edition of the world’s fastest-growing business and technology news website.

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Die Harry-Potter-Stars 2009: Tom Felton, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Daniel Radcliffe und Bonnie Wright (Bild: Getty Images)

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Emma Watson Says She Received Threat After Gender Equality Speech

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Emma Watson shuts down Prince Harry’s rumours

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Emma Watson Reacts to Rumors She’s Dating Prince Harry

We were all really hoping a recent rumor claiming Emma Watson was dating Prince Harry was true, but the Harry Potter star set the record straight on her alleged love connection. Woman’s Day alleged that Prince Harry and Emma Watson were “having secret dates.” NEWS: Kate Middleton is the Latest Victim of a Photoshop Fail The news source (which is the same publication responsible for this epic Kate Middleton Photoshop fail) claimed that His Royal Hotness, 30, enlisted the help of friends to help set him up with the 24-year-old actress after she split from her British rugby player boyfriend, Matthew Janney, this past year. “WORLD Remember that little talk we had about not believing everything written in the media?!,” Watson responded to the rumor on Sunday. “Also….. marrying a Prince not a prerequisite for being a Princess.” The actress attached a YouTube video to her tweet titled: “All Girls are Princesses.” WORLD ♥ Remember that little talk we had about not believing everything written in the media?!— Emma Watson (@EmWatson) February 22, 2015 While the rumor doesn’t appear to be true, here’s why we’d love these two to become a British power couple. 1. Emma already has a royal connection: In 2014, Watson met Prince William at a dinner he hosted to celebrate the work of The Royal Marsden Hospital. Getty Images 2. Disney Princess: She’s taking on a princess role in Beauty and the Beast, so why not be a real-life one as well?! Getty Images 3. Because it’d be awesome! We’re happy for you, Grace Kelly, but Emma would be the best actress-turned-princess of all time! Not to mention, 20 years from now the buzz around their made-for-TV love story could break the Internet or whatever kids will be using then. I heard Prince Harry & Emma Watson were maybe dating & immediately insulted everyone by recasting the best movie ever pic.twitter.com/LYRO9naQsW— Erin Strecker (@ErinStrecker) February 20, 2015 4. Because we’d get reactions like this: Emma Watson is now dating a better-looking version of Ron named Harry? This is Siriusly hilarious.— Cameran Alavi (@camtotheyams) February 20, 2015 If Emma Watson and Prince Harry are actually dating and eventually got married, who would be making who royalty? Ya know?— SS (@sahexy) February 20, 2015 I hope Prince Harry and Emma Watson last because if they have a son, it will be the half-blood prince.— Matt Fernandez (@FattMernandez) February 20, 2015 Emma Watson and Prince Harry? SHE DESERVES TO BE A PRINCESS. SHE DESERVES IT. #royalwedding2015— Liz Pierson (@liz_pierson) February 20, 2015 Do you think Prince Harry and Watson would make a cute couple?

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Emma Watson takes HeForShe campaign to Twitter

Emma Watson has recently taken it to her Twitter page to answer some questions about the HeForShe campaign, during which she delivered advice on the importance of equal rights for men and women. When a young woman asked her on Twitter what she could do to change her dad’s view that engineering was a man’s profession, Emma replied “Become an engineer,” a web portal reported. Another fan wrote “any tips for teenage girls with parents who think they should aspire to marry and have kids, rather than have a successful career?” to which the ‘Harry Potter’ star replied “Why not have both?”

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Die heißen Brüder der Hollywood-Stars

Etwa vor vier Jahren entstand dieses süße Foto von Schauspielerin Emma Watson und ihrem Bruder Alex. Sie, damals noch mit Pixie-Cut, ist drei Jahre älter als der Schnuckel und setzt sich weltweit für die Rechte von Frauen ein. Ihr Bruder dürfte also nicht nur ziemlich cool, sondern auch emanzipiert sein.

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Emma Watson est Belle

Emma Watson va jouer dans l'adaptation de “La Belle et La Bête”

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Elegant, sexy und stets ein wenig extravagant: Mit den Jahren hat sich Schauspielerin Emma Watson in eine echte Stilikone verwandelt. Im Jahr 2011 wurde Sie mit dem “Style Icon Award“ ausgezeichnet und im Dezember 2014 erhielt Sie den British Fashion Award. Die Hollywood-Schauspielerin setzt bei glamourösen Events oft auf elegante Roben in Pastellfarben und taucht auch in sexy Minikleidern gern in der Öffentlichkeit auf. Dank ihres Aussehens und ihres Stilbewusstseins ist die 24-jährige auch als Model gefragt: Von 2009 bis 2010 modelte die Britin für das Luxuslabel Burberry. (Foto: Matt Baron/REI/REX)

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BEST: Emma Watson in Christian Dior at the Golden Globes: When we think of pants under a dress, we tend to think of our grade 7 school dance wardrobe (just me? Carry on…), but the former “Harry Potter” starlet made a pretty convincing case for the hybrid look while walking the red carpet at the Golden Globes in January. Her Christian Dior backless gown combined with a pair of slim cigarette pants may have confused some people, but she took a sartorial risk – and somehow pulled it off. No wonder she’s been topping best-dressed lists all year.

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看看 Emma Watson 這一年都做了什麼

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A very young, very awkward Emma Watson walked the BAFTAS red carpet in 2005.

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Emma Watson will play Belle in Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast

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“Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1” New York Premiere - Inside Arrivals

NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 15: Alex Watson (L) and Emma Watson attend the premiere of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1” at Alice Tully Hall on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt 1 NYC premiere 2010 Emma Watson Alex Watson

Alex Watson and Emma Watson attend the New York premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 on November 15, 2010.

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妙麗為 Burberry 打出親情牌

Emma Watson 與弟弟 Alex Watson 一同亮相的 Burberry 廣告。

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Emma Watson and brother Alex at the Hollywood premiere of Warner Brothers’ Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Premiere: Emma Watson and brother Alex at the Hollywood premiere of Warner Brothers’ Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - 7/8/2007
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Emma Watson son évolution

À la pointe de la mode, Emma Watson a mixé la robe péplum Erdem au style floral très en vogue à cette période.

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Emma Watson a relancé ce jour-là la mode du pantalon porté sous une robe avec cet ensemble signé Christian Dior.

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Emma Watson porte une robe Vera Wang lors de la cérémonie des Oscars 2014.

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「妙麗」艾瑪華森長大了

艾瑪華森(Emma Watson)家族基因優良,弟弟艾力克斯‧華森( Alex Watson)也是英國小有名氣的模特兒。

‘A Bela e a Fera’, com Emma Watson no papel principal, estreará em 2017.

「妙麗」脫了! 挑戰床戲裸露鏡頭

艾瑪華森在最新作品《窒命地》中,大膽挑戰床戲,裸露鏡頭毫不扭捏,更不時散發性感小女人的嫵媚,叫人眼睛一亮。

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But we really began to take notice when the Princess was photographed with Emma Watson and mom, Crown Princess Marie Chantal, at the Valentino fall/winter 2015 show during Paris Fashion Week. (Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

Emma Watson attaquée pour avoir utilisé la mort d'Alan Rickman pour sa propre cause

Emma Watson à Madrid le 27 août 2015

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Seguimos con la religión para hablar de los curiosos regalos que recibió Emma Watson cuando rodaba la saga de ‘Harry Potter’. Y es que varios grupos cristianos pensaron que su personaje le alejaría de la verdadera fe y comenzaron a enviarle biblias. La propia actriz confirmó que había juntado una buena colección. (Foto de Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images).

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Emma Watson

Post- Potter, Emma chopped off her below-the-shoulder locks. For a sleek, defined pixie, flat-iron hair and follow with a touch of pomade.

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Side-Parted and Tucked

For Emma Watson’s adorable elfin bob, straight your locks and tuck some behind your ears.

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Emma Watson 又一次令所有人欽佩

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Emma Watson attends the BAFTA Los Angeles Jaguar Britannia Awards presented by BBC America and United Airlines at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on October 30, 2014 – Getty Images

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Emma Watson Tops AskMen’s 99 Most Outstanding Women of 2015 List

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2. Emma Watson (Hermione Granger)

2. Emma Watson (Hermione Granger)

Cierto es que no ha hecho muchas películas aún a parte de Harry Potter, pero no lo es menos que tiene una de las carreras más prometedoras. Suya es la maravillosa Las ventajas de ser un marginado. Sus 618 millones de euros estimados en taquilla están muy lejos de los billones de Pattinson, pero en su haber está Noé, por ejemplo, y el lujo de haber rodado a las órdenes de Alejandro Amenábar. Regresión se estrenará este verano y su próximo proyecto será dar vida a Bella. Todo hace esperar que su cifra aumente muchos enteros en los próximos meses. (Foto: Getty Images / Warner Bros.)

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重溫!Emma Watson 的9個感人男女平等宣言

「對女性而言,『感覺良好』決定於我們有否承認問題的存在。」

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「如我們不互相支持,那我們將永不、永不能高飛。」 “We’re never, ever, ever going to be able to fly as high unless we’re both in support of each other.”

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「那不只是關於男性拯救女性,我認為人們一直誤會了。女性一直都在參與,我們早已在其中,因為那是我們的行動。那不是一個男性的遊戲,那是一個平等遊戲,而玩家由兩性組成。」

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「如你支持平等,那你便是女性主義支持者。很抱歉,你已是女權份子了。」 “If you stand for equality, then you’re a feminist. Sorry to tell you, you’re a feminist.”

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Emma Watson Curhat tentang Kesetaraan Gender

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Emma Watson Ngamuk Ketika Diancam Foto Polosnya Akan Disebar

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The most powerful people under 30

Michael Kovac/Getty Images Evan Spiegel’s app Snapchat is in the hands of nearly every youngster with a smartphone. These days more than ever, young people can do almost anything. Business Insider ranked the most powerful people under 30 across all industries based on four criteria: how many people they formally command; how much they’re worth; how much they have shaped the world; and how much they are likely to shape the world in the future. It may be subjective, but power is always subjective. And everyone on this list, from celebrities to tech moguls, has it in spades. At the top of our first annual list is 24-year-old Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel. Although his company has only a few dozen employees, this guy has created an incredibly popular and extremely disruptive social media platform, and the sky’s the limit for his company, as seen by its soaring valuation. Spiegel himself is supposedly worth near $2 billion. 28. Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin, cofounders of The Skimm Keeping up with the hordes of news stories that break every day can be overwhelming, especially for the young professional on the go. Enter The Skimm, a daily email newsletter that brings easy-to-digest summaries of the day’s biggest news stories straight to your inbox. And with more than a million subscribers — including Oprah — it’s proven pretty effective. Founders Weisberg and Zakin, both 28, started the service in 2012 as a way to keep busy young women informed, and it’s caught on. They’ve recieved over $7.8 million in funding, and they plan to continue expanding the subscriber base as wide as possible. 27. Alex Banayan, venture capitalist During his first semester at USC, Banayan became obsessed with the careers of successful people like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. He set out to write a book on success and a year later came across Ernestine Fu — then Silicon Valley’s youngest-ever venture capitalist — and sent her a cold email. Fu agreed to meet with him and set up an interview for him at Alsop Louie Partners where she worked. A few weeks later, Banayan joined Alsop Louie, becoming the youngest VC of all time at just 19 years old. As a VC, Banayan, now 22, travels the country making pitches, attending conferences, and hosting events. He’s also advised on projects for Lady Gaga and Zappos founder Tony Hsieh, according to Forbes. Banayan has written for both Tech Crunch and The Washington Post and is still working on his book about career success. 26. Veronica Roth, author During her senior year of college, Roth, 26, a creative writing major at Northwestern, spent hours holed up in her room writing a novel instead of doing her homework. But her dedication paid off, and her book, “Divergent,” a dystopian teen novel, became the first of a best-selling trilogy. “Divergent” — along with subsequent sequels “Insurgent” and “Allegiant” — quickly became a national phenomenon, selling a combined 6.7 million copies in 2013 and nearly another 4 million in 2014, as well as spurring a series of films starring Kate Winslet and Shailene Woodley. The first film performed well at the box office, raking in $288 million worldwide, and the second is set to release this spring.  25. Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, actress Though she plays struggling actress Penny on “The Big Bang Theory,” Cuoco-Sweeting’s own career has shaped up pretty nicely. As the highest paid actress on TV right now, the 29-year-old earns an impressive $1 million an episode. Fans love her as well, voting her their “Favorite Comedic TV Actress” at the People’s Choice Awards in both 2014 and 2015. In addition to her time on “Big Bang,” you can also catch her endorsing Priceline opposite William Shatner. 24. Michelle Phan, YouTube star Phan first gained popularity through her beauty tutorials on YouTube, a hobby she quickly turned into a viable business. The 27-year-old now has more than seven million followers and a billion pageviews on her YouTube channel and is worth $84 million. She’s since branched out from YouTube, becoming a beauty mogul with several other ventures, including Ipsy, a beauty product subscription service she started in in 2012. The service is expected to garner over $100 million in revenue this year, according to Forbes. Phan also collaborated on a makeup line with L’Oreal and released her first book, “Make Up,” last fall. 23. Nick D’Aloisio, founder of Summly Most teenagers spend their afternoons watching TV or playing video games. Not D’Aloisio. At 15, he developed news app Summly, and at 17, he sold it to Yahoo for upwards of $30 million. Yahoo then brought him on as project manager to develop the Yahoo News Digest, an iteration of Summly. D’Aloisio’s work for Yahoo earned him international recognition as a programming prodigy, as well as a coveted Apple Design Award in 2014. Today, the self-made millionaire attends Oxford University while managing Yahoo News Digest part-time. 22. Kendall Jenner, model and reality TV star With a modeling career on the rise, a collaboration with PacSun, and a contract with Estee Lauder, it’s safe to say that 19-year-old Jenner is no longer overshadowed by her famous Kardashian sisters. She continues to prove her influence, earning Estee Lauder over 50,000 new Instagram followers the day her contract went public, and walking in runway shows for fashion heavyweights such as Diane Von Furstenberg, Givenchy, and Chanel. And with nearly 20 million Instagram followers herself, her popularity is undeniable. 21. Ryan Israel, partner at Pershing Square Capital With only five years of experience, 29-year-old Israel is already a partner at Pershing Square Capital, an $18 billion hedge fund that proved one of the most successful of 2014. Israel works alongside the famous Bill Ackman and represents Pershing Square on the board of publicly-traded chemical producer Platform Specialty Products, according to Forbes. Before he signed on with Ackman in 2013, Israel worked as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs in the technology, media, and telecom division. 20. Sam Smith, musical artist Watch out music world — Sam Smith has arrived. No one can deny that the 22-year-old singer killed it at the Grammys this year, taking home an impressive four awards for best new artist, song of the year, record of the year, and best pop vocal album. His debut album, “In The Lonely Hour,” released last June, saw record-breaking sales its first week out, moving over 166,000 copies. Today, he’s sold more than 5 million records and counting and continues to play sold-out shows across the country. Smith’s also been a voice for gay rights, speaking out against homophobia and featuring a gay marriage ceremony in his recent video for “Lay Me Down.” 19. Bethany Mota, YouTube star Bethany Mota, 19, started creating short videos on her YouTube channel in 2009 and now has 7 million subscribers hanging on her every word. More than web famous, Mota has a line through clothing retailer Aeropostale and has appeared on the most recent season of “Dancing With the Stars.” Mota is beloved to a wide young audience, and she was recently invited to the White House. After the most recent State of the Union address, she got to interview President Obama in front of all her fans. 18. Alan Schaaf, founder of Imgur Anyone on the pulse of what’s happening online has probably spent time clicking through Imgur, the photo and video platform that’s hosted almost every viral meme to hit the internet. Created by Schaaf in 2009 as a better alternative to photo sharing online, the site — which started as a personal project out of his Ohio University dorm room — now claims 150 million unique visitors and 5.5 billion page views a month. Imgur’s not stopping there either — the site recieved $40 million in venture funding last April, and Schaaf, 27, has been expanding his team since. 17. Brennan Potts, cofounder of Titanium Exploration Partners Even as oil prices fall, Potts has found a way to grow a lucrative business out of it. In 2014, the 29-year-old co-founded Titanium Exploration Partners, which drills for oil and gas using horizontal drilling methods, a practice more commonly referred to as fracking. Since its genesis, the company has raised $300 million in private equity funding and gained control over 100 shale wells in Texas, according to Forbes. For a company that originally started in Potts’ kitchen, it’s certainly come a long way — but Potts sees his business growing even more. “I’m still in building mode, it’s the early innings,” he told Baylor, his alma mater. 16. Ariana Grande, musical artist She got her start as Cat on Nickelodeon’s “Victorious,” but Grande was quick to shed her child-star image. The 21-year-old topped the charts last year with several hits, including “Problem,” “Break Free,” and “Bang Bang.” Her sophomore album, “My Everything,” became her second No. 1 album in under a year, following 2013′s “Yours Truly,” and selling 169,000 copies its opening week. Looking ahead, she’s taking her album on the road this summer with her first official headlining tour and plans to release her first fragrance in September. 15. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, cofounders of The Row If you still picture the Olsen twins of the ’90s with matching outfits and straight-to-video films, think again. The elusive sisters now helm two powerful fashion labels — The Row and Elizabeth & James — and are worth a combined $300 million. Luxury line The Row, which they founded in 2004, not only established the pair as bona-fide designers but also has become a respected fashion powerhouse, bringing in millions of dollars per year for the twins. Mary-Kate and Ashley, now 28, aren’t coasting on their success either — they oversee every detail for both lines, from fabric choices to runway venues. 14. Lorde, musical artist At just 17 years old, native New Zealander Lorde won two Grammy awards for her hit song “Royals,” including Song of the Year. Now 18, Lorde is building an impressive resume with her curating the entire soundtrack to the “Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1″ movie. She may have missed out on a best original song Oscar nomination for “Hunger Games”-featured song “Hanging Tree,” but word has it she’s working on a new album already.  Named to TIME’s list of the 25 most influential teenagers last year, Lorde is also a role model for her generation in promoting healthy body image; last year she tweeted two side-by-side photos of herself — one Photoshopped, one not — to show that even famous people suffer from conditions like acne, and “flaws are ok.” 13. Kevin Durant, NBA player Durant, 26, was named NBA MVP last season and has emerged as the best player after (30-year-old) LeBron James. His on-court accolades include last season’s a 51% shooting rate, 41.6% three-point shooting rate, and 90.5% free throw shooting rate, which made him the youngest player to join the 50-40-90 club, taking the record from Michael Jordan. He’s a sweetheart, too, with his MVP speech about his mom bringing people to tears. Add it up, and you’ll see why he’s marketing gold, spurring a bidding war for his endorsement between Under Armour and Nike that Nike won with a reported $300 million plus deal, among many other product sponsorships. 12. Emma Watson, actress and activist Emma Watson is more than just the girl who brought Hermione Granger to the big screen. The 24-year-old is the new face for gender equality through her involvement in HeForShe, a campaign that seeks to bring all people, not just women, into the conversation. A UN Goodwill Ambassador, Watson brought an audience to its feet last fall at the UN introducing the campaign, and again at Davos in January with the next phase of HeForShe.  While HeForShe is probably her biggest priority right now, Watson hasn’t given up acting altogether either; she plans to play Belle in Disney’s live action version of “Beauty and the Beast.” 11. Jennifer Lawrence, actress Lawrence, 24, was the highest-grossing actor of 2014, with “X-Men: Days of Future Past” and “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1“ alone pulling in $1.4 billion. She’s also made her mark as an actress for award-winning roles in “Silver Linings Playbook” and “American Hustle.” With one more “Hunger Games” installment to go, she’s also got a number of other title character projects on her plate, including “Serena,” which came out this past fall, and “Joy,” due out this year.  Most notably, she’s incredibly popular, seen as relatable to fans as she trips at award shows, makes fun of herself, and talks about loving food. 10. PewDiePie, YouTube star Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg is the millions-earning, best-known, and most popular, YouTube star on the video sharing site today. At just 24 years old, he already rakes in over $4 million a year in ad sales from his video-format video game commentary. And with more than 34 million subscribers to his channel, his opinions reach far and influence wide: His recent criticism of Nintendo’s new revenue sharing plans is getting a lot of attention in the news, which could mean some rocky times ahead for the video game company. Kjellberg hopes to someday start his own video network. 9. Lena Dunham, creator of HBO’s “Girls” Lena Dunham entered Hollywood already a triple threat: The writer/director/actress gained fame with “Girls,” the runaway hit HBO show that’s like the “Sex and the City” of Brooklyn. Dunham, 28, has been nominated for a Golden Globe or an Emmy every year since the show’s debut, and she already has one Golden Globe under her belt. Her recent memoir-slash-advice book, “Not That Kind of Girl,” was made a New York Times bestseller and named one of the best books of the year by The New York Times, Buzzfeed, The Globe and Mail, and Library Journal. As one of very few women  behind the scenes in Hollywood, particularly in a directing or writing role, she’s a role model in what still remains a male-dominated industry. Dunham keeps coming up with ideas that wow her fans: Her next project involves adapting one of her favorite young adult novels, “Catherine, Called Birdy,” into a full-length movie. 8. David Karp, CEO of Tumblr Karp founded successful blogging platform Tumblr when he was just 20 years old, attracted millions of users, and sold the company to Yahoo in May of 2013 for over a billion dollars. Karp remains the CEO of the company, and the company continues to grow in both traffic and revenue. The 28-year-old Brooklyn resident has a net worth close to $200 million and is using his power and fame to speak with President Obama about education in America. Lately he’s also been doing “a tiny bit” of investing. 7. Josh Kushner, venture capitalist and cofounder of Oscar Twenty-nine-year-old Kushner has a good eye for business. The founder of Thrive Capital, Kushner got in early with large-exit companies like Instagram (bought by Facebook) and Twitch (bought by Amazon). He’s also invested in Artsy, Warby Parker, and Codecademy, to name a few. The Harvard-educated Kushner is also an entrepreneur outside of Thrive: He cofounded New York-based insurance company Oscar, which is currently valued at around $800 million. 6. Malala Yousafzai, activist The world first learned 17-year-old Malala Yousafzai’s name when she was shot by the Taliban in 2012. She’s known for her peaceful opposition to the Taliban’s oppression of women and girls, especially when it came to education. And her work has had a ripple effect in other countries, like Nigeria, where other girls like Yousafzai look to her for inspiration in making their own voices heard. The teenage activist came out with her tell-all memoir, “I Am Malala,” in 2013, and was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. She won the prize in 2014, making her the youngest Nobel Prize laureate in history. In another turn, she also won a Grammy Award for Best Children’s Album for the audio recording of her book. Malala’s namesake fund aims to boost the opportunities for women and girls to learn around the world, with over $3.5 million committed to projects through 2016. 5. Nat Turner and Zack Weinberg, cofounders of Flatiron Health Nat Turner and Zach Weinberg received about $130 million in funding from Google Ventures last year to continue their work collecting and analyzing cancer-related clinical data through Flatiron Health. What they’re doing is streamlining a very data-heavy, complicated field and making it more accessible. Turner and Weinberg, both 28, believe that by organizing and standardizing data from clinical trials for cancer treatment and making it available to physicians, researchers, and patients, it could help doctors come up with more effective treatment options by seeing what’s worked so far and what hasn’t. 4. Taylor Swift, musical artist Swift’s latest album, “1989,” which was the best-selling album of 2014, made her the first woman to have three albums sell more than a million copies in a single week. When she pulled her album off Spotify — even when the streaming service begged her not to — it was the talk of the internet and inspired a larger conversation about how much musical artists are compensated for their work. With a net worth around $200 million, 25-year-old Swift is powerful in more than just the music industry; retail brands like Victoria’s Secret use her to boost sales. She’s also a frequent guest on TV shows, like SNL, which has had her in to host an episode, and also gave her a major part in its 40th anniversary episode. Fans love her as she interacts with them directly and demonstrates a new way of keeping it real as a celebrity. 3. Matteo Achilli, founder of Egomnia Hailed as the “Italian Zuckerberg,” Achilli has amassed more than 250,000 users and 700 partner companies on his online job recruiting network, Egomnia. While the company started only in Italy, it’s now available in Brazil and has been requested in Korea, the UK, Spain, Colombia, Greece, Germany, South Africa, Nigeria, and Nepal. His youth, combined with his ambition, makes him popular in the media. “Sometimes I forget I’m 22,” he told the BBC. Achilli recently brought on companies like Ericsson and Vodafone, and is also reportedly finalizing deals with Google and Microsoft, among others. 2. Palmer Luckey, founder of Oculus VR At age 19, Luckey had completed his sixth virtual reality headset prototype which he called the Rift, in honor of his desire to close a rift between virtual reality and actual reality. In the next two whirlwind years that followed, Luckey found funding to start his company Oculus VR, create a consumer prototype, and sell the company to Facebook for over $2 billion — all without a final, ready-for-market product. Luckey, 22, now remains on as founder, working under Facebook’s auspices. Forbes estimates his net worth to be well over $500 million. Luckey’s consumer product is changing the way people experience the video games they once knew and in the future could potentially allow architects to “tour” their building blueprints or let historians “relive” big moments in history. A retail version is expected to roll out this year. 1. Evan Spiegel, cofounder and CEO of Snapchat Right at the fingertips of almost every young person with a smartphone, Spiegel’s fleeting photo messaging app has garnered at least 100 million users around the world, making 24-year-old Spiegel a dominant force in tech and in general. Currently valued at around $10 billion (with Spiegel himself at $1.5 billion), Snapchat keeps evolving to keep up with users’ changing wants and needs. In addition to offering disappearing photos and videos, it has added a new feature called Discover, which plays video clips from ESPN, CNN, and other content partners, and which poses a big threat to other media platforms. Already more people watched college football games via Snapchat “mega-stories” than people who watched the same games on TV. The red-hot app also threatens other social media platforms. No wonder Facebook tried to buy it for more than $3 billion, and it’s looking like a smart choice that Spiegel said no. Now see who has the most power in entertainment. The most powerful person in Hollywood at every age » Read more stories on Business Insider, Malaysian edition of the world’s fastest-growing business and technology news website.

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Die Harry-Potter-Stars 2009: Tom Felton, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Daniel Radcliffe und Bonnie Wright (Bild: Getty Images)

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Emma Watson Says She Received Threat After Gender Equality Speech

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Emma Watson shuts down Prince Harry’s rumours

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Emma Watson Reacts to Rumors She’s Dating Prince Harry

We were all really hoping a recent rumor claiming Emma Watson was dating Prince Harry was true, but the Harry Potter star set the record straight on her alleged love connection. Woman’s Day alleged that Prince Harry and Emma Watson were “having secret dates.” NEWS: Kate Middleton is the Latest Victim of a Photoshop Fail The news source (which is the same publication responsible for this epic Kate Middleton Photoshop fail) claimed that His Royal Hotness, 30, enlisted the help of friends to help set him up with the 24-year-old actress after she split from her British rugby player boyfriend, Matthew Janney, this past year. “WORLD Remember that little talk we had about not believing everything written in the media?!,” Watson responded to the rumor on Sunday. “Also….. marrying a Prince not a prerequisite for being a Princess.” The actress attached a YouTube video to her tweet titled: “All Girls are Princesses.” WORLD ♥ Remember that little talk we had about not believing everything written in the media?!— Emma Watson (@EmWatson) February 22, 2015 While the rumor doesn’t appear to be true, here’s why we’d love these two to become a British power couple. 1. Emma already has a royal connection: In 2014, Watson met Prince William at a dinner he hosted to celebrate the work of The Royal Marsden Hospital. Getty Images 2. Disney Princess: She’s taking on a princess role in Beauty and the Beast, so why not be a real-life one as well?! Getty Images 3. Because it’d be awesome! We’re happy for you, Grace Kelly, but Emma would be the best actress-turned-princess of all time! Not to mention, 20 years from now the buzz around their made-for-TV love story could break the Internet or whatever kids will be using then. I heard Prince Harry & Emma Watson were maybe dating & immediately insulted everyone by recasting the best movie ever pic.twitter.com/LYRO9naQsW— Erin Strecker (@ErinStrecker) February 20, 2015 4. Because we’d get reactions like this: Emma Watson is now dating a better-looking version of Ron named Harry? This is Siriusly hilarious.— Cameran Alavi (@camtotheyams) February 20, 2015 If Emma Watson and Prince Harry are actually dating and eventually got married, who would be making who royalty? Ya know?— SS (@sahexy) February 20, 2015 I hope Prince Harry and Emma Watson last because if they have a son, it will be the half-blood prince.— Matt Fernandez (@FattMernandez) February 20, 2015 Emma Watson and Prince Harry? SHE DESERVES TO BE A PRINCESS. SHE DESERVES IT. #royalwedding2015— Liz Pierson (@liz_pierson) February 20, 2015 Do you think Prince Harry and Watson would make a cute couple?

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Emma Watson takes HeForShe campaign to Twitter

Emma Watson has recently taken it to her Twitter page to answer some questions about the HeForShe campaign, during which she delivered advice on the importance of equal rights for men and women. When a young woman asked her on Twitter what she could do to change her dad’s view that engineering was a man’s profession, Emma replied “Become an engineer,” a web portal reported. Another fan wrote “any tips for teenage girls with parents who think they should aspire to marry and have kids, rather than have a successful career?” to which the ‘Harry Potter’ star replied “Why not have both?”

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Die heißen Brüder der Hollywood-Stars

Etwa vor vier Jahren entstand dieses süße Foto von Schauspielerin Emma Watson und ihrem Bruder Alex. Sie, damals noch mit Pixie-Cut, ist drei Jahre älter als der Schnuckel und setzt sich weltweit für die Rechte von Frauen ein. Ihr Bruder dürfte also nicht nur ziemlich cool, sondern auch emanzipiert sein.

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Emma Watson est Belle

Emma Watson va jouer dans l'adaptation de “La Belle et La Bête”

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Elegant, sexy und stets ein wenig extravagant: Mit den Jahren hat sich Schauspielerin Emma Watson in eine echte Stilikone verwandelt. Im Jahr 2011 wurde Sie mit dem “Style Icon Award“ ausgezeichnet und im Dezember 2014 erhielt Sie den British Fashion Award. Die Hollywood-Schauspielerin setzt bei glamourösen Events oft auf elegante Roben in Pastellfarben und taucht auch in sexy Minikleidern gern in der Öffentlichkeit auf. Dank ihres Aussehens und ihres Stilbewusstseins ist die 24-jährige auch als Model gefragt: Von 2009 bis 2010 modelte die Britin für das Luxuslabel Burberry. (Foto: Matt Baron/REI/REX)

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BEST: Emma Watson in Christian Dior at the Golden Globes: When we think of pants under a dress, we tend to think of our grade 7 school dance wardrobe (just me? Carry on…), but the former “Harry Potter” starlet made a pretty convincing case for the hybrid look while walking the red carpet at the Golden Globes in January. Her Christian Dior backless gown combined with a pair of slim cigarette pants may have confused some people, but she took a sartorial risk – and somehow pulled it off. No wonder she’s been topping best-dressed lists all year.

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看看 Emma Watson 這一年都做了什麼

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A very young, very awkward Emma Watson walked the BAFTAS red carpet in 2005.

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Emma Watson will play Belle in Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast

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“Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1” New York Premiere - Inside Arrivals

NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 15: Alex Watson (L) and Emma Watson attend the premiere of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1” at Alice Tully Hall on November 15, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt 1 NYC premiere 2010 Emma Watson Alex Watson

Alex Watson and Emma Watson attend the New York premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 on November 15, 2010.

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妙麗為 Burberry 打出親情牌

Emma Watson 與弟弟 Alex Watson 一同亮相的 Burberry 廣告。

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Emma Watson and brother Alex at the Hollywood premiere of Warner Brothers’ Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Premiere: Emma Watson and brother Alex at the Hollywood premiere of Warner Brothers’ Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - 7/8/2007
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Emma Watson son évolution

À la pointe de la mode, Emma Watson a mixé la robe péplum Erdem au style floral très en vogue à cette période.

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Emma Watson a relancé ce jour-là la mode du pantalon porté sous une robe avec cet ensemble signé Christian Dior.

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Emma Watson porte une robe Vera Wang lors de la cérémonie des Oscars 2014.

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