- Emma in the Top 50 UK leading ladies
1. Judi Dench 2. Marie Curie 3. Queen Elizabeth 4. JK Rowling 5. Florence Nightingale 6. Helen Mirren 7. Joanna Lumley 8. Jessica Ennis 9. Princess Diana 10. Anne Frank 11. Victoria Wood 12. Michelle Obama 13. Emmeline Pankhurst 14. (St) Mother Theresa 15. Laura Trott 16. Tanni Grey-Thompson 17. Mary Berry 18. Margaret Thatcher 19. Kate Middleton 20. Amelia Earheart 21. Dawn French 22. Adele 23. Rosa Parks 24. Audrey Hepburn 25. Dame Kelly Holmes 26. Jo Brand 27. Edith Cavell 28. Angelina Jolie 29. Hillary Clinton 30. Katie Piper 31. Aung San Suu Kyi 32. Nicola Sturgeon 33. Emma Watson 34. Malala Yousafzai 35. Emma Thompson 36. Karren Brady 37. Jennifer Aniston 38. Theresa May 39. Delia Smith 40. Dame Sarah Storey 41. Oprah Winfrey 42. Serena Williams 43. Cilla Black 44. Ellen Macarthur 45. Angela Merkel 46. Jennifer Lawrence 47. Nadiya Hussein 48. Ellen DeGeneres 49. Beyonce 50. Jo Cox
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- Emma in the Top 10 Instagram Moments Of 2016
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- Emma in the LGBTI+ Global Social Media Powerlist
Find out who's who in LGBTI+ Global Social Media Powerlist. Discover the social media influencers among us. The list was originally established to focus on senior U.K. LGBT city business leaders and was expanded in 2015 to include senior and influential politicians, campaigners, public sector and other notable LGBTI+ people and other advocates and supporters of LGBTI+ rights Intersex and sports role models were added in 2016. In late 2016 the US and Australia were added.
Each week the LGBTI+ Powerlist recognises the most inspiring social media accounts so you can follow them and learn more about our community.
We use Klout scores and Twitter activity to rank influencers. Klout takes into account social media activity and engagement across many social networks including Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, LinkedIn and Instagram.
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- Emma among the biggest Twitter trends 2016
She is the fifth most followed UK celebrities:
1. Harry Styles
3. Louis Tomlinson
4. Liam Payne
5. Emma Watson
6. Zayn Malik
7. Ed Sheeran
8. Wayne Rooney
9. Simon Cowell
10. Stephen Fry
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- Robbie Williams suggests Emma to play him in biopic
He's interested in doing comedy in the future but also sees himself co-writing a script about his life as a showbiz superstar.
While he'd play "old" Robbie, he struggles to think of an actor to play his younger self when he was at the top of the pop charts with Take That before going on to enjoy a successful solo career.
"I don't know who. Emma Watson?" he laughs.
"It would definitely be something I would have fun doing with some people who are incredibly talented and I liked."
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- Emma among richest British celebrities under 30
1. Adele (£92million)
2. Daniel Radcliffe (£74million)
3. Ed Sheeran (£45million)
4. Zayn Malik (£38million)
5. Harry Styles (£37million)
6. Emma Watson (£35.7million)
7. Liam Payne (£34million)
8. Niall Horan (£34million)
9. Louis Tomlinson (£33million)
10. Rupert Grint (£29.3million)
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- Luke Evans: "Emma put her heart and soul into Belle"
"She's wonderful. She's very committed to the role. She puts so much into it. She learned how to sing for it. She's extraordinary. She put her heart and soul into it."
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- Emma among UK's most influential style icons
The research was made by Rakuten Marketing.
1. Kate Middleton
2. Rita Ora
3. Emma Watson
4. Ellie Goulding
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- Paige O'Hara: "Emma Watson is going to be really, really special"
Can Emma Watson hold a candlestick to her predecessor Paige O'Hara, who brought soaring vocals and spunk to bookish heroine Belle?
O'Hara certainly thinks so. The Broadway vet stopped by USA TODAY with her original Beauty co-stars Robby Benson ("Beast") and Richard White ("Gaston"), where she gave her stamp of approval to the Harry Potter breakout.
"I think that if I were producing that movie, Emma Watson would've been my first choice for Belle," O'Hara says, adding, "I was just really happy they went with Emma. She's got the intelligence, she's got the humor. I think she's going to be really, really special."