Emma Watson Says Taylor Swift Is Like Jo March From ‘Little Women’


Emma compared Taylor’s copyright battle with a key scene in the movie.

“It’s about believing in yourself and knowing your worth and possessing your worth,” Emma Watson told Variety. «Right now, Taylor Swift’s situation is a great example of, you know, you are young and talented and someone wants to buy your job, but having the property at the end of the day is super, very important because I don’t know what is going to decide someone to do with that «.

He also compared both situations with the Monopoly game. “I think people underestimate property,” Emma adds. “You know when you play Monopoly and you have a decision and you want to own something or get cash quickly. The way to win Monopoly, everyone, is to own things. Just say.”

A little more about the case

In November, Taylor called Braun and Scott Borchetta of Big Machine Label Group on social media, claiming that they were blocking the use of her old songs in an upcoming Netflix documentary and for a special performance of a mix of her most popular songs at the American Music Awards unless she met her demands. Then, the label issued a statement that indicated shock that the singer spread what she calls “false information.” The exchange ended when Swift was able to play her old songs at the awards ceremony.