Emma Stone: High school drop-out, FarmVille addict, our new favorite person

emma-stone-vanity-fair.jpegIn her new Vanity Fair cover story, "The Help" star Emma Stone (rocking her blonde Gwen Stacy hair) says that her only vices are wine, sugar, and occasional black tar heroin.  "That's pretty much it, the heroin, the sugar, and the wine--nothing too crazy," she jokes.

Immediately, we want to be her BFF.

Though she's wearing a bikini on the cover, Stone endears herself to us further by saying that she usually wears a one-piece to the beach. She still hasn't gotten used to the attention she's been getting from paparazzi since "Easy A" became a hit and she was cast in the new Spider-Man movie opposite Andrew Garfield.

One paparazzo, she says, tried to strike a deal with her once -- he'd delete her photos if she called him next time she went outside in her pajamas. "I didn't even know that was a thing--that people would call them," she tells the mag. Oh, she's such a newbie.

She's also a high school drop-out (though she's taking classes again now) -- which she doesn't regret, because she did "Superbad" while her high school friends were slogging out their senior year. That doesn't mean she's never fallen victim to the traps of the bored student, though -- she admits that she had to delete her Facebook account after developing a shameful addiction to FarmVille.

She also discusses what she calls hitting "rock bottom." No, don't worry, she was totally kidding about the heroin. For Stone, rock bottom was an audition for NBC's "Heroes." She was waiting to go in for her audition when she heard the execs tell the actress who tried out before her, "You are our pick ... On a scale of 1 to 10 you're an 11."

Yep. Hayden Panettiere. "I went home and just had this meltdown," Stone admits.
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