The former Hermione Granger joined forces with American composer Lin-Manuel Miranda to celebrate International Women’s Day.
The UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, who happens to be the driving force behind the #HeForShe campaign, and the composer and star of the Broadway musical, Hamilton, sat down for a chat about gender equality.
And soon the chat turned into some wicked freestyling.
It turns out, everyone’s favourite witch is a bit of a novice at beatboxing but just like her on-screen persona, Emma gave it her best shot.
"Do I cover my mouth?" She asked in the video uploaded on Lin-Manuel's Facebook page. "Just for my sake," the Broadway star laughed.
Taking his advice she quipped, "I do this just so I don't spit at you?"
Giggles aside, the duo created what can only be described as magical.
"Women are like half of the people on Earth/ And yes they should have been equal since birth," he rapped.
The song, that is completely improvised, reflects Emma’s beloved #HeForShe campaign – especially when the 36-year-old said, “That means all day, every day, equal pay, every way, OK?”
The United Nations initiative hopes to make the world a completely gender equal place.
Watch the fabulous clip in the video player above!
To learn more about #HeForShe head to their website HERE
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