Emma Watson is baa-aack. And she's still whining. This time, she's opening up about the stress of being constantly judged about her appearance. Plus, she's admitting she fell hard for her Harry Potter co-star Tom Felton. She calls her infatuation with Felton "a painful crush." Poor Emma.
Yes, Miss Incessantly Sorry For Herself Even Though She's Worth $30 Million is running off at the mouth again. Does this infinitely blessed woman never have anything positive to say about her successful-beyond-most-people's-wildest-dreams life? Apparently not.
In a recent interview with Hello Magazine, the Harry Potter franchise star droned on about how she deals with the intense media scrutiny that comes with being a star. And much of that scrutiny is all about her looks.
"Honestly," whinesÂ—erÂ—confesses La Watson, "sometimes I don'tÂ—it's very hard, but I suppose I just try."
One of the ways she tries is by focusing on her education which, she claims, makes her feel "more valued."
"That's one of the reasons why schooling is so important to meÂ—because I get a lot back from using my brain, which means I don't just feel valued for the way I look."
Poor Emma Watson. What's a rich, famous, film star who moonlights modelling for Vogue Magazine to do? How brave she is to put up with her pathetic excuse for a life. What courage. What intestinal fortitude.
"That has been one of the great luxuries of playing Hermione," sad Emma continues. "Â—she's not just a pretty face. Hermione was literally my heroine."
And Hermione probably wouldn't be caught dead moaning and whining about such frivolous complaints. Practical girl that she was, she'd be thanking her lucky stars and counting her blessingsÂ—not to mention her cash.
As for Emma Watson's erstwhile "painful crush" on Tom Felton, that's all in the past. The ingrateÂ—erÂ—starlet still seems to be steady as they go with her current boyfriend, Johnny Simons.
Speaking of Johnny Simons, hopefully he owns a good set of ear plugs.
Â© Hope Carson 2011
Hope Carson is the author of 2 books: A Roaring Girl: An Interview with the Thinking Man's Hooker and A Thousand and One Night Stands: The Life of Jon Vincent. You can follow her on Twitter.