My girl crush has always been, and always will be, Emma Watson. Not because she is an extremely talented and successful actress, but because she is a smoke show and doesn’t rub it in peoples faces. I hate when hot people do that. It sends me into a spiral of insecurity and jealousy, but anyways.
Emma was feeling the love on Valentine’s Day and decided to post up in Grand Central Station and give people life advice for $2, kind of.
Emma teamed up with Vanity Fair’s “Man on The Street,” Derek Balsberg, as he carried a travel booth with an iPad that stared straight into the soul of Emma Watson herself. For only $2, lucky New Yorkers could have their life straightened out by the real life Princess Belle or the real life Hermione, whichever vibe you were going for.
Some life advice I would like from Emma Watson. How does one become so flawless without drowning in concealer? How can I become a real life princess? Basically, how can I become you without actually being you?
I thought that giving life advice for $2 might be my calling in life when I first read this story, until I remembered I’m not Emma Watson, and strangers wouldn’t pay me $2 for shit.