Emma Stone recently revealed how her mom managed to engage in small talk with Angelina Jolie.
During her video interview with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, Emma Stone said that she and her mom were lucky enough to be seated beside Jolie and Pitt at the Golden Globes.
Emma Stone, Krista Stone’s hilarious encounter with Brangelina
Her mom, Krista Stone, is a huge fan of the A-listers. So, she hilariously asked Jolie for information about her kids even though she knows everything about them from the news.
“I went with my mom. That was my first time going to the Golden Globes. It was very, very, very exciting so I took my mom with me. We sat next to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. We were like, ‘Of all people to be sitting next to at that kind of a show, whoa.’ And my mom never drinks and she had champagne that night, which was probably not the best idea, but she was having a wonderful time,” Stone said.
The actress went on to say that her mom asked Jolie if she has kids. And when the Maleficent star said yes, Krista asked what her kids’ names are and their ages.
“She knew everything. But they were so nice. We had a blast. That was a very fun night,” Emma Stone revealed.
Emma Stone sparks pregnancy rumors
Meanwhile, the Spider-Man star has been making headlines recently amid rumors that she’s pregnant.
Weeks ago, Stone announced that she and Dave McCary already tied the knot. But In Touch Weekly took the happy news a notch higher by saying that the couple is also expecting their first child together.
An onlooker told the tabloid that Stone has a growing baby bump. The insider concluded that the actress is pregnant after also seeing her put her hand on her back.
“It looked like the type of thing someone who’s pregnant would do, for sure,” the source said.
However, Stone and McCary haven’t confirmed any pregnancy news publicly. It is possible that the rumors that the actress is pregnant are nothing more than that.
But it is also entirely possible that Emma Stone is pregnant. And if she is, she should be allowed to announce her pregnancy whenever she’s ready to do so.
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