Emma Stone Vows to Stop Making Jokes About Taylor Swift Following Controversial Golden Globes Comment

Emma Stone and Taylor Swift

Emma Stone and Taylor Swift go to the 2011 Teen Choice Awards at Gibson Universal Amphitheatre on August 7, 2011 in Universal City, Calif.

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As Taylor Swift as soon as stated, this is why we can’t have wonderful points. Weeks after Emma Stone went viral for adoringly joking that the pop celebrity was an “a–hole” for offering her an applause at the 2024 Golden Globes, the starlet has actually currently stated that she’s done teasing her long time close friend in public.

“I definitely won’t make a joke like that again,” she informed Variety for her Wednesday (Feb. 21) cover tale with Poor Things supervisor Yorgos Lanthimos. “I saw headlines that really pulled it out of context.”

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Pointing at herself, Stone included, “What a dope.”

The meeting complies with the La La Land celebrity’s finest starlet win at this year’s Globes for her representation of Bella Baxter in Poor Things. At the Jan. 7 event, Swift stood and excitedly applauded for Stone as she approved the honors.

While talking with press later on that evening, Stone was inquired about the “Anti-Hero” vocalist’s praise. “What an a–hole, am I right?” she reacted, making laughs from Lanthimos and her costars, Mark Ruffalo, Willem Dafoe and Ramy Youssef.

“I’ve known her for almost 20 years, so I was very happy she was there,” Stone included at the time. “She was also nominated tonight, which was wonderful, and, um, yes, what an a–hole!”

The “Karma” artist remained in the competing finest motion picture and ticket office success that evening, many thanks to her hit Eras Tour performance movie; nevertheless, Swift lost to Greta Gerwig’s Barbie. The pop super star’s three-hour manufacturing is one that Stone saw real-time 3 times in 2015, a support the 14-time Grammy victor returned by going to the New York City best of Poor Things in December.

Over the summer season, Stone ended up being a main number in Swiftian tradition after the singer-songwriter launched a “From the Vault” track labelled “When Emma Falls in Love” as component of her July LP Speak Now (Taylor’s Version). Fans fasted to hypothesize that the “Emma” concerned was the Amazing Spider-Man starlet, something Stone neither validated neither rejected when inquired about the reports at the Poor Things best.

At the moment, she merely stated, “You would have to ask her.”



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