Emma Stone is Helping Hillary Clinton With Her Press Tour

Brunilde Fioravanti
Settembre 21, 2017

"I did", Stone - who gained 15 pounds of muscle for the role - confessed. Yet even she isn't immune to the struggles of everyday life that impact millions of people across the world.

During an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the Battle of the Sexes star shared that therapy helped her handle her anxiety as a child.

Maybe Clinton will offer Stone a re-shoot as a thank you to her for plugging a book that isn't hers while she's supposed to be promoting her own movie.

Stone was also in awe of King, and spoke with ET about how she bulked up to portray the real-life tennis legend.

You can watch the segment in the video below.

'This is me, I guess.

Stone said that she drew anxiety as a, "little green monster that looks a little bit like [.] a uterus with ovaries". I was a very, very, very anxious child and I had a lot of panic attacks and I benefited in a big way from therapy. I started at seven.

However, the 28-year-old was left embarrassed after an unexpected photo fail with the Clinton. I didn't mean for it to be hormonal.

'Can I also point something out beyond this very cool photo?' Emma informed the host when shown the offending snap. "I still have anxiety to this day - not panic attacks, knock on wood". I was nine and I was in therapy. Clearly, the Oscar-winner has come along way since then.

Battle of the Sexes, Stone's new film about the historic tennis match between Billie Jean King (Stone) and Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) eerily mirrors the election we experienced last fall. In a way, Stone still isn't done beating back adversity.

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