Newspaper’s Unfortunate Typo On A Julia Roberts Story Is Accidentally Hilarious

Typos happen to the best of us, particularly when they aren’t recognized by spell check.

They even happen to newspapers. Just take a look at what happened to upstate New York’s The Post-Journal last Saturday after the outlet picked up an AP story about actress Julia Roberts.

The headline, which read “Julia Roberts Finds Life And Her Holes Get Better With Age” immediately went viral after readers noticed its unfortunate spelling error.

Obviously, the headline was meant to read “Roles” rather than “Holes”—though we’re certain both are true. The Post-Journal quickly issued a correction, but it was too late.

Twitter had already taken it and galloped away full speed.

The mistake seems to have already been fixed on site, and the superstar has yet to respond to the veracity of the original headline—if true, how does she do it?