Emma Stone Reveals Pain Of Childhood Insecurities

Emma Stone Reveals Pain Of Childhood Insecurities

With her amazing Hollywood career, screen siren looks, wardrobe to die for and hot boyfriend Andrew Garfield, it’s hard to believe that Emma Stone lacks confidence.

But in a recent interview with Vogue magazine, the 23-year-old has proved that it’s not just us mere mortals that suffer from personal insecurities, having confessed that she took up acting only to help her deal with her own demons.

"I had a panic attack when I was eight," she tells Vogue. "My mum couldn’t put notes in my lunch because I would be reminded that she existed and I would want to go home. And I was sick all the time."

"When I went through therapy, I tried improv for the first time, and I think there was some cathartic element to it," she added.

Loved up couple Emma and Andrew recently moved into a New York apartment together having fallen for eachother during filming The Amazing Spider-Man movie.

But after striving for acting success after all this time, she simultaneously fears it. She said: "I worry about my fame making New York unliveable. To not walk around would be awful .  .  . that idea makes me physically ill."

Emma, who was born in Arizona, shot to fame in 2012 with teenage comedy Easy A and has since won much critical acclaim for her performance in the Oscar-nominated the Help, and has ever increasingly been blossoming into a world-wide renowned fashionista.

You won't be able to walk freely around NYC soon, Emma...

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