Stone is notoriously private about her personal life and her love life in particular, a difficult thing to do in Hollywood.
In every interview about her relationship status, Stone is a stickler about being tight-lipped.
Emma Stone, Paul Mc Cartney, and Alan Cumming walk into a bar. Emma Stone and Paul Mc Cartney sang Disney songs together.
It’s real life, and it happened at Cumming’s just-opened New York City bar, Club Cumming.
And though Stone and Garfield have been seen together a few times, including at the Golden Globe Awards in January (not as dates!
), they insist they're just friends with the utmost respect and love for one another.
In 2015, when the status of her and Garfield's relationship was still in question during the summer (they had parted earlier in the year, then there were rumors they'd gotten back together), Stone elaborated in an interview with the "See, I never talk about this stuff for this exact reason — because it’s all so speculative and baseless.
Once you start responding — once you’re like, 'No, that’s not true' — then they’re like, 'Well, if we push enough, we’ll get a comment, so let’s see what else we can make up.' I understand the interest in it completely, because I’ve had it, too.
If there is anyone, she'll be the last to tell you.
She has no respect for women like Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton who became famous because they released a sex tape." RUH ROH!
Well, if that tape is released, we're sure it's the classiest of affairs!
Emma Stone has said that her role model as an actress is Diane Keaton, which makes total sense: Now that you’re thinking about it, it’s hard not to connect them, right?
Like Keaton, Stone is instantly likable, dazzlingly funny — you can even make an argument that she’s a comedian first and a movie star second — and relatable while never losing that star wattage.