Emma Stone reaction to Winning an Award


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Emma Stone won the award for Best Actress at the 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards for her role in the recently acclaimed motion picture La La Land. The awarded actress had the best reaction to her name being called.

Even though Emma Stone was the favorite to win the award, the 28-year-old La La Land actress looked shocked when her name was announced. Then she gave an endearing speech.
During her speech, Emma paid attention to the clock and when she was told to wrap up, she told the crowd how she feels “insecure a lot of the time, genuinely.” At the end of the speech, she held her head in her hands while Jonah Hill, who happens to be her former Superbad co-star, escorted her backstage.
“Wow,” she began her acceptance speech. “To be an actor, playing an actor, and receiving an actor by a guild of actors, it's pretty exceptional. Oh, they're counting me down. I have forgotten everything I have ever thought in my life.”
Like many other winners, Emma took a moment during her speech to talk about the political climate right now.
“We're in a tricky time in the world and our country and things are inexcusable and scary and need action,” she said. “I'm so grateful to be part of a group of people that cares and wants to reflect things back to society.”
Stone thanked Chazelle, as well as her frequent co-star, Gosling. “Ryan, you're the best. That's just the truth. No one can argue it,” she said as Gosling tried to stifle his laughter and briefly covered his face in embarrassment. The two co-starred in Crazy Stupid Love and Gangster Squad and now they have the leading roles in La La Land.
Stone said: “I forgot everything that I ever have thought in my life,” she said, laughing on stage. That's when Gosling covered his face in a good-natured bemusement at his friend's win.
When the countdown clock urged the Golden Globe winner to wrap up her speech, she concluded, “I was just going to say that I feel insecure a lot of the time, genuinely. Feeling like I could deserve anything like this award requires a little bit of mental gymnastics for me... God, I know I have to wrap up. I feel like I'm going to faint.”
Back stage, Stone continued: “We have to speak up against injustice, and we have to kick some ass. We have to speak up. Staying silent only helps the oppressor, not the victim. Right now I hope that people seeing things that are being done that are unconstitutional and inhumane would say something. I would hope that people would fight for what's right, and what's just f**king human. What's f**cking human.”


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