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Emma Stone sang and danced her heart out at Taylor Swift concert

Clips of the actress singing and dancing her way through the show went viral over the weekend.

Clips of the actress singing and dancing her way through the show went viral over the weekend.

Taylor Swift’s concerts had fans ecstatically sharing pictures and videos of their time at the Glendale, Arizona shows on Friday and Saturday, and actress Emma Stone wasn’t immune to getting caught up in the excitement.

Over the weekend, fans spotted the actress enthusiastically enjoying herself in the VIP section of Glendale’s State Farm Stadium, singing her heart out loudly to the song ‘You Belong With Me’ as any Swiftie would.

Stone is very much a Swiftie

Fans who were seated near Stone got their own mini-show of the actress singing each song with them for the 44-song set list spanning over three hours.

“Emma Stone losing her gd mind over YBWM,” one TikTok was captioned.

“Emma stone is one of us,” said another user on Twitter, with someone else adding: “She’s just like me fr.”

Writer Sam Greisman tweeted: “Unfortunately very into the clips of Emma Stone going full ham at the Taylor Swift concert last night.”

Emma Stone and Taylor Swift have been friends since 2009

It’s no secret that Stone and Swift are longtime friends, and they were first known to be talking to each other via email in 2009. Swift joined Stone on the red carpet for Stone’s 2010 film ‘Easy A’, with Swift later gushing about their friendship in 2011.

“My friends are amazing and I’m so thankful to have them,” Swift told Popsugar at the time.

“[But] the ones that are like sisters to me are Selena Gomez and Emma Stone... They can predict my thoughts; I’ve known them for so long it’s really cool to have friends that are that close.”

Throughout the years, the two have been spotted together but were thought to have grown apart, until Stone was spotted at Swift’s concert on the weekend.

“Something about ‘we’re in our young twenties!’ hurls people together into groups that can feel like your chosen family. And maybe they will be for the rest of your life. Or maybe they’ll just be your comrades for an important phase, but not forever,” Swift wrote in an essay for Elle in 2019.

“It’s sad but sometimes when you grow, you outgrow relationships. You may leave behind friendships along the way, but you’ll always keep the memories.


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