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Posted at 5:13 AM on August 19, 2011  

Emma Watson has the right to an opinion. Good God! She isn’t saying she didn’t want the part! She loved the life she had, but without Harry Potter, she is going to have to learn what real life is about. This is difficult for her and people who are saying that she is complaining, well take a look at how often you complain. Education is important to her!Do you know rare it is for people to long for this?
She is lovely, truly beautiful, strong and intelligent.
I wish her the best in life

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Posted at 11:13 AM on July 7, 2011  

Oh, quit your whining!

Do you know how many young girls wanted that part and didn’t get it? Have you any idea how good your life is compared to other girls your age? Can’t you be thankful for the life you have (which apparently, you wanted as you didn’t turn down the part!)?

All you starlets (miniballs of hot air/gas) are just sickening with your whining and grousing.

Here’s an idea. Take a couple thousand out of your bank account, enroll in college and take up nursing, engineering, chemisty, dentistry, law, and then go on with your life in a vocation that is at least productive and certainly more rewarding than pretending to be someone else for huge sums of money.

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Posted at 12:50 PM on July 5, 2011  

Wahhh. They didn’t pick you off the street and force you into it, silly git. You auditioned for it, got it, and are now whining about it.

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Posted at 3:00 PM on June 13, 2011  

She is so beautiful!!

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Posted at 11:14 AM on July 7, 2011  

Pretty is as pretty does.

Emma Watson doesn’t.

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Emma Watson Is Stressed Out! She Reveals 'I Have Had No Control Over My Life!' Plus, She Confesses Even More!

What in the world does Emma Watson have to complain about? After all, she’s earned $30 million from the last two ‘Harry Potter’ films, emerged as a style icon with her own clothing line, and is one of Young Hollywood’s most sought-after actress! Yet, she’s still unhappy how it all went down!

“I have had no control over my life,” Watson, 21, tells Vogue. “I have lived in a complete bubble. They found me and picked me for the part, And now I’m desperately trying to find my way through it.”

Watson says she’s learned how to balance the good in her life with the bad, the latter of which includes prying paparazzi and over-eager fans. “I have to really enjoy the good things because it makes the bad things OK,” she tells the magazine.

Getting a university has been a longtime goal of Watson’s—but not the easiest. Although she attended Brown University and blended in—she lived in a freshman dorm with a shared bathroom—she was forced to drop out after she realized juggling school with an overseas filming scheduling wasn’t working.

“I have felt for the last ten years I have had this battle,” Watson, who plans to head back to school in the fall closer to London, tells the magazine. “I’ve been fighting so hard to have an education. It’s been this uphill battle. I was Warner Bros.’ pain in the butt. I was their scheduling conflict. I was the one who made life difficult.”

As for her romantic life, Watson’s been on the market—and on the prowl—since splitting from model and musician George Craig last summer. “I would love to not date someone in the same industry as me. Otherwise it becomes what it means to everyone else.”

She adds, “I’m a feminist, but I think that romance has been taken away a bit for my generation. I think what people connect with in novels is this idea of an overpowering, encompassing love—and it being more important and special than anything and everything else.”