Emma Stone appeared in a crimson dress on the Late Show with David Letterman. She revealed a lot about herself.
Emma Stone was looking like a doll in a crimson dress when she made an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman. She almost seemed to be taking on the persona of Little Orphan Annie in front of the grandfatherly figure.
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She also had neutral snakeskin stilettos on her feet and wore a creaky leather jacket on top of her red dress. Besides her bob cut which had extensions, a red pair of shades sat atop the bridge of her nose.
Emma said on the show that there was many an occasion when her late grandfather visited her. "There's a long family history with quarters. My grandfather leaves quarters. And it's just amazing. It's him! It's absolutely him," she told Letterman.
"It's such a long story that you'd have to go to commercial five times and roll to a clip and then come back and I'd still be telling the story. But it's him, you guys, it's him!"
Emma went on to list the bizarre facts such as quarters left behind by her deceased grandpa. And when Emma came out of the premises of the David Letterman Show she signed autographs for her many fans.
Meanwhile, she has a movie coming out soon. And guess who could be her costar in it? Why, it is none other than Colin Firth. The man who once played Darcy in the Jane Austen classic movie is to play a crucial role alongside Emma Stone.
Emma said that it almost felt like she and Colin had been doing their act since eons and eons. Emma is a very lively “It” item with an almost infectious smile.
She is full of pep and chutzpah and lights up whatever place it is she visits. She has also made many movies for Woody Allen so much so that she is said to be his main muse.
Emma appeared in Crazy Stupid Love too. She is an accomplished A-list actress of thee highest caliber. And to think that she has accomplished all this at such a young age…absolutely unbelievable!
She deserves a pat on the back for expressing herself instead of repressing herself with Letterman. This is one girl who has the look and who can give it a jam anytime.
She has that undefined yet quite clear quality of being a normal happy go lucky starlet that shines out among the rest in a screwed up world.