Emma Stone Says Watching Taylor Swift Perform During the Eras Tour Is “Incredible to See”
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Emma Stone Says Watching Taylor Swift Perform During the Eras Tour Is “Incredible to See”

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While the new year may have just arrived, like, yesterday, Emma Stone already knows one major event that 2024 has in store for her: seeing her BFF Taylor Swift perform at the Eras Tour…again.

During a recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show, Stone sat down with the late-night host and her co-star, Mark Ruffalo, to talk about their new film, Poor Things, and her longtime friendship with Swift.

“How many times have you seen the Eras Tour now?” Norton asked, to which Stone replied, “Three, so far,” adding that she and Taylor have been friends since “she was 17 and I was 18.”

“We met at this thing that they had called the Young Hollywood Awards in L.A., and we just kept in touch ever since and became great friends,” she continued of their 2008 meeting.

“What was very special about the first night of her tour was I had no idea what to expect, obviously because it was night one,” Emma said of her first time attending the Eras Tour back in March of last year. “It was in Phoenix, Arizona, my hometown. And Mandy Moore, who was the choreographer of La La Land, was her choreographer for the tour. So it was like a bunch of lovely things all come together, and it was incredible to see.”

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Norton then asked Stone if she could confirm whether Swift’s Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) vault track, “When Emma Falls in Love” — which was released with the re-recording in July 2023 and is rumored to be about the actress’s 2010 relationship with Kieran Culkin — was actually about her or not.

“You have to ask [Taylor],” Stone cheekily replied.

This isn’t the first time Emma has gushed about her friend’s show since it first kicked off in March 2023. Last year, the A-lister praised Swift’s performance when talking to Vanity Fair, saying, “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.”

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