Archive for the 'Emma Stone' Category
Before we even let her explain, we want to go on record saying that Emma Stone's one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood, and that there isn't a single thing about her body she should be ashamed of. We know it isn't as easy as that, but it's true.
You see, she says that she has the body of a “10-year-old boy,” hates exercise and once had horrible bad acne. Like, had-to-be-digitally-removed-from-a-movie bad!
Here's what she said:
What a great use of celebrity!
Many celebs will lend their names to an event or fundraiser to help use their star power to shine a light on a certain cause.
Well Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield had a great idea how to help some charities while just walking down the street.
They left the restaurant they were eating at holding handwritten signs that said:
Look at that amazing photo (above). Just look at it.
It's a Revlon campaign promoting breast cancer awareness, and that's Emma Stone with her mother.
Her mom, Krista, is a breast cancer survivor.
It's going to appear in print in the October and November issues of various women's magazines
Luckily, Andrew Garfield was NOT playing in the U.S. Open finals… he was just there to watch.
We say luckily because we're pretty sure Spiderman's reflexes would destroy every single opponent, and that wouldn't leave any fun competition!
We are wondering, however, where Emma is!
Maybe she thinks tennis is boring!
Is that the case, Mizzzzz Stone?? Ha!
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
Many would agree there are few things more important than fighting cancer.
So it's no surprise that so many A-list celebs are joining the Stand Up To Cancer telethon to raise money and awareness in the fight against cancer.
The fundraiser will be commercial-free from 8pm to 9pm EDT on September 7th. It will air on CBS, ABC, Fox, NBC and several other cable channels.
It's amazing that so many celebs are all freeing up the same night to help battle cancer.
The organization hosting the telethon said it has given around $120 million in grant commitments to research "dream teams" of all different scientific disciplines and to scientists looking for new and innovative ways to strike a serious blow to cancer.
Way to go celebs!
[Image via WENN.]