Emma Watson is continuing her hard work in her role as a UN Women Goodwill Ambassador this International Women's Day, by hosting a live Q&A session on gender equality.
The 24-year-old will be in London this Sunday March 8th to continue the discussion around the HeForShe campaign, and wants you to be in the audience.
Emma took to Facebook to announce the news, sharing a video of herself (in what looks like a bedroom) with her millions of followers, asking for anyone who has been affected by gender equality, or is advancing gender equality in some way to get in touch if they want to be part of the event in person.
However, if you can't make it then that won't stop you from getting involved – Facebook is live streaming the event at 5pm, and there's really no excuse not to tune in.
'Thank you all for your support,' Emma said at the end of the video. 'It's been amazing and an amazing journey and experience for me.'
Since Emma got involved by the HeForShe initiative, she has garnered much support from the acting world, with the likes of Tom Hiddleton, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Chloe Grace Moretz all getting behind the cause.
Most recently Steve Carrell showed his support for the campaign when he wore cufflinks to the Oscars which bore the HeForShe logo, leading Emma to pen a very sweet open letter thanking him.
We're right behind you too, Emma