Emma Watson nude fakes are unfortunately circulating the internet these days. According to E!Online, the girl who plays Hermione has been the subject of several nude fakes including one recent topless photo fake. The unfortunate thing for the actress in the Harry Potter movies is that she isn’t really posing nude–the Emma Watson pics and photos are all fakes.
As it turns out, it appears someone has a little too much time on their hands. First, we have to deal with the silliness of Erin Andrews peephole video by a stalker. Now, Emma Watson has to deal with the fact that these nude fake photos are popping up on the internet. It’s unfortunate that young women at the celebrity level are worshiped so much that these topless photos, even fakes, are big news and huge searches. It’s more unfortunate that young women have to go through the torment of dealing with the rumors attached to these silly photos. I am sure upon first glance anyone with half a brain can tell that the photos aren’t legitimate to begin with.
Emma Watson hasn’t been the type to pose for nude photos yet–and that I believe is a great thing that should be celebrated. The world needs more actresses who are willing to make a stand toward that aspect. I am not in anyway saying that those who do appear nude are bad people-it’s just completely refreshing when you see that someone has the type of values that they stick by even when they may be offered roles or not offered roles depending on their availability to be filmed nude. In other words, a person who isn’t willing to compromise their values deserves a lot of credit in my opinion. Posing nude should never be viewed as a good or bad thing. But I ultimately enjoy the thought that a young actress who doesn’t want to appear nude really enjoys a great career regardless of whether or not she undresses for the camera.
The good thing about such fake nude photos that currently exist is that the actresses or celebrities can quickly respond and report them as fakes. In the latest Emma Watson nude fake, she is apparently seen standing topless near a bathtub. E!Online clarified with her rep that the pic was not Emma topless(although her head was apparently attached or photo-shopped onto a different body). Photo-shop creations are usually so bad that it’s completely obvious that the person in question isn’t really posing nude.
Why is it of such interest that people have to create such imagery and nude photos of young actresses like Emma Watson? The answer still mystifies me-but to actually publish such a photo on a website seems to be more than inappropriate. If it were up to me, it would be illegal. If an actress desires to pose nude in a future movie–that decision is entirely up to her. What needs to happen is these pictures should be escorted right off the web pages where they exist. Will that happen? Probably not. It’s hard to stop the spread of such imagery with so many multiple websites across the world. In fact, it’s probably impossible. So for now, actresses will just have to deny being the subject of such poses if they even acknowledge such pictures at all.
Emma Watson may the object of desire for many young men–considering they have followed her roles in Harry Potter as Hermione. But does that mean as she transitions into adulthood that fake nude pictures should be in such demand? I guess the good thing for Watson is that those who create such pictures have to create them since such photos don’t exist. Most look completely fabricated-that’s just a guess because I haven’t bothered to look or find the Emma Watson topless photos in question. What I truly wonder is what do people get out of looking at a fake nude picture? It’s not Emma Watson(minus the head), so what’s the big deal about circulating such pictures–just for fun?
People lose sight of the fact that celebrities are real and posting such pics can be hurtful–especially when they are considered to be somewhat legitimate. Emma Watson definitely deserves better. Maybe she’ll pose topless someday–but shouldn’t fans who are that hung up on her just wait for that moment to happen–or even just visualize romantically what she might look like without creating a silly fake. If there is anything good out of this–it might be the fact that it helps continue to establish Emma as a girl with good morals an it’s almost nice that it might even bother her. That, to me, is a good sign that she’s not just an actor-but someone with integrity and a great upbringing. It also represents someone who is willing to stick to their guns. In this day and age, that’s kind of a rare thing.