Julia Roberts ‘Finds Her Holes Get Better With Age’ Thanks To Headline Typo
By Izza Sofia, 12 Dec 2018
Image via Everett Collection / Shutterstock.com
A tweet displaying an article about Julia Roberts has gone viral for a less-than-flattering reason.
Twitter user @NeilMcMahon posted an image of a newspaper article that has garnered much attention due to its spelling error. The headline reads, “Julia Roberts Finds Life and Her Holes Get Better With Age.”
The article proceeds to discuss Roberts’ latest film Ben Is Back, and how she formed a relationship with her co-star Lucas Hedges.
Turns out, the typo was an accident. According to the newspaper from Jamestown, New York, the headline was meant to read, “Julia Roberts Finds Love and Her Roles Get Better With Age.”
The internet had a field day with the spelling error. Twitter user @NeilMcMahon captioned the image with, “Who needs subs? Julia Roberts, that’s who!” Other Twitter users joined in the fun with Walking Dead star Daniel Newman tweeting, “Ummmm… WTF!?! #JuliaRoberts Holes? Good to know girl but TMI much?” Celebrity Busy Phillips added, “This is why she’s a movie star. My holes have only gotten worse with age.”
Who needs subs? Julia Roberts, that's who! pic.twitter.com/FK6aO4jIZf— Neil McMahon (@NeilMcMahon) December 10, 2018
To add to the perfection, there was a correction. pic.twitter.com/mrQp7mZoQG— Neil McMahon (@NeilMcMahon) December 10, 2018
This is why she's a movie star. My holes have only gotten worse with age.🤷♀️ pic.twitter.com/h3jiuEqF6P— Busy Philipps (@BusyPhilipps) December 10, 2018
Julia Roberts and her improved holes should host the Oscars https://t.co/JMaagiZlc8— Max Weiss (@maxthegirl) December 11, 2018
Double the salary of your copy editors tonight. https://t.co/qmLk3gYBji— Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) December 11, 2018
"Get rid of the copyeditors," they said. "What could go wrong," they said. https://t.co/6wDGOc42D7— shauna (@goldengateblond) December 11, 2018
[via E! News, opening image via Everett Collection / Shutterstock.com]
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