Emily Jean Stone was born on Nov. 6, 1988 in Scottsdale, AZ. At age 11, she joined a local children’s theater where she performed in numerous plays and was part of an improv troop – an experience that sparked Stone’s interest in becoming a comedic actress. When she was 14, the then-budding comic ingeniously made a PowerPoint presentation titled “Project Hollywood 2004” set to the Madonna song “Hollywood” (2003) to convince her parents to allow her to move to Los Angeles.
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Emma Stone attended the 2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium on Sunday (January 27) in Los Angeles.
Emma was nominated for her work in Maniac as Annie Landsberg for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie, as well as Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role for her work in The Favourite as Abigail Hill.
The actress was joined by boyfriend Dave McCary inside the awards show were they snapped a few photos with Bradley Cooper.
Stone was wearing a Louis Vuitton blouse, pants, jewelry and sandals.
Emma Stone has united with HAIM for an Omaze campaign in which the winner will get the chance to meet the Spice Girls and see them in concert. Stone, a self-proclaimed ardent Spice Girls fan, and HAIM’s Alana, Danielle and Este announced the competition via a playful video published on Wednesday (Jan. 23).
Performing a synchronized dance that nods to the Spice Girls’ classic “Stop,” the quartet modifies the self-assured lyrics to include their message. “Stop right now, thank you very much, I need — you guys to hear this idea we had,” Stone says. “What if you and a friend came with us to a Spice Girls concert in London?”
“Hey you, always on the run gotta — enter at omaze.com/girlpower, and the best part is every donation goes to support these incredible organizations,” Alana says before the names of each organization pop up.
Donations will support organizations such as PATH, Child Mind Institute, Los Angeles LGBT Center, Global Girls Alliance.
“And think about it you guys, think of how much fun this is going to be, us all together at a freaking Spice Girl concert,” Este says before lip-syncing the final verse and walking off with a smirk.
“Are we sure that we want her to come with us to that?” Stone jokes, as the other girls assure her that Este is just “a little excited.”
Omaze is an online fundraising platform that “connect influencers, nonprofits and donors to create lasting impact,” according to their website. Fans can enter the competition here.
Emma Stone attended the 2019 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday (January 6) at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The actress presented alongside her The Favourite co-stars Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz during the show.
During Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg‘s opening monologue, Emma actually interjected with an unplanned exclamation!
Sandra was doing a bit talking about the success of Crazy Rich Asians and joked it was the first film with an Asian American leading cast since Aloha and Ghost in the Shell. Of course, Emma played the leading character in Aloha, and Scarlett Johannsson played the lead in Ghost in the Shell and both were accused of whitewashing.
As the joke was told, Emma yelled, “I’m sorry!” and then told the LA Times, “It wasn’t like I planned it, but I did say it.”
She also attended the HBO’s Official 2019 Golden Globe Awards After Party.