There are perks of being Taylor Swift’s best friend! Emma Stone recently gushed about how her pop star buddy was able to get her hard-to-get tickets to one of her ‘Eras Tour’ gigs in Glendale, Arizona.
Stone said, “The concert was pretty amazing. I was lucky ’cause we’ve been friends for a really long time.”
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield having a song about the beginning of their relationship on a Taylor Swift album is making my brain glitch https://t.co/eNiX4FTZH0— ✨ Lisa ✨ (they/them) (@countmytime) June 5, 2023
The ‘Cruella’ star continued, alluding to the astronomically high demand for Eras tickets that crashed Ticketmaster last year. “I’ve known her since we were 17 and 18, so she hooked me up, which was very nice ’cause I know those tickets are impossible to get,” she said. “She’s a wonderful friend. She blows my mind.”
“I mean, the amount of sheer stamina to do three and a half hours and perform 44 songs and to maintain the extreme energy of the audience — I’ve never seen anything like it.”
Stone was forthright when asked if she would ever perform with her longtime friend. She exclaimed, “Oh, God, hell no! I can’t sing, like, for a massive stadium. Let’s not even go down that road. She has insane talent — I could never do what she does.”
when emma falls in love (emma stone's version)(taylor's version) from the vault pic.twitter.com/q2JpQVhQTQ— carol loves ellen (@evrghafa) June 5, 2023
Some Swifties would argue that Stone’s support of Swift comes at an intriguing time. When ‘Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)’ releases, the Grammy winner will release a number of previously unheard vault tracks too, one of which is named ‘When Emma Falls In Love.’
Many fans believe the song was composed in tribute to the ‘Easy A’ actress and potentially about her relationship with her ‘Spider-Man’ co-star Andrew Garfield. Swift and Stone’s friendship stretches back to the original ‘Speak Now’ era (around 2010).
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