#FirstFriday - Emma Stone's First Talk Show Appearance in 2007

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May 2 2014, Published 5:21 p.m. ET

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It's #FirstFriday, everybody! That means that today, and every Friday, we're introducing you to the many "firsts" of your favorite stars—First on-screen kisses, first A-List love affairs, and yup, first television talk show appearances. And who better to kick off this new feature with than the woman of the month, The Amazing Spider 2 Star,  Emma Stone!

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And while she's a pro now (seriously, did you catch her lip-syncing on Late Night Starring Jimmy Fallon this week?) she wasn't always so comfortable in her own skin. Watch below as she tackles her FIRST late show appearance on Last Call with Carson Daly as she promoted her first major role in Superbad at the tender age of 19 in 2007. But don't worry—she was adorable and funny back then as she is now.

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In it, she discusses sneaking out in high school, working at a bakery for dogs, her HTML hobby and so much more.  My personal fave is when she talks about only knowing three British people. My how things have changed!

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In the immortal words of Carson Daly, "Well, it can only get better, Emma"

Will you see Emma in The Amazing Spiderman 2 this weekend? What's your favorite role of hers? Share in the comments or tweet us @OKMagazine.


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