Emma Willis makes very awkward slip-up on This Morning as she accidentally says ‘arse’ instead of ‘earth’ live on air

EMMA Willis was left mortified on today’s This Morning after accidentally saying the word “arse” instead of “earth” – right as she introduced a segment on an unsolved murder case.

Speaking about the anniversary of the disappearance of Louise Kay, Emma spoke about how she “disappeared off the face of the arse” as she struggled to get her words out.

Emma stumbled on the words and accidentally said “arse” on today’s episode
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Thankfully no one appeared to notice the mistake – apart from the viewers.

However, while Emma, co-host Rylan and the interview carried on without a hitch, viewers weren’t so quick to dismiss the error.

“Did she just say vanish off the face of the arse?? Ohhh my god!! 😂😂😂#thismorning” joked one.

 

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One tried to defend Emma and blaming her cough for the slip-up, said: “Poor Emma Willis having a frog in her throat on live TV! The worst! #ThisMorning

But someone else responded: “In all fairness I think saying ‘disappearing off the face of the arse’ is slightly worse. #ThisMorning

Others felt bad for Emma for the epic mistake, and one wrote: “I’m howling, I can’t. Such a serious interview! “How can a person and a car just disappear from the face of the ARSE?” Oh the poor woman. 😂 #ThisMorning”

While another couldn’t resist a joke on Emma’s Big Brother catchphrase and said: “We are live on #thismorning Please do not swear Emma Willis! “Disappeard off the face of the arse” #awks

Emma is presenting this week’s This Morning episodes alongside her CBB partner-in-crime Rylan as Holly and Phil enjoy the Easter break.

Showbiz correspondent Rylan has been on hiatus from the show since the beginning of the year, taking a break for the sake of his mental health.

Emma spoke to Mark Williams-Thomas and the family of missing Louise Kay
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But earlier this month The Sun Online revealed he would be back, with TV insider telling us: “Rylan will be back on screen shortly – in fact, it could be as soon as next month.

“He’s part of the show’s family and always has been. Even though he took a short break, he was always going to return.”

The popular presenter left fans devastated in December when he announced he would be taking a break.


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Parkland shooting survivor and activist Emma Gonzalez delivered a short but potently resounding speech at today’s (March 24) March For Our Lives rally in Washington, DC. After naming each of the 17 victims of the shooting, she stood in silence for several minutes, only continuing after the amount of time the gunman was shooting passed. 

While naming her peers, Gonzalez listed the things they would never get to do again. Then she fell silent.

“Since the time that I came out here, it has been six minutes and 20 seconds,” said Gonzalez after her powerful moment of silence. “The shooter has ceased shooting and will soon abandon his rifle, blend in with the students as they escape, and walk free for an hour before arrest. Fight for your lives, before it’s someone else’s job”

We stand with Emma, now and forever.

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Oscar-winning actress Emma Stone holds (centre) court once again in Battle Of The Sexes, the big-screen retelling of the legendary 1973 showdown between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. Here, she talks to co-star Sarah Silverman about what’s changed since then, and what hasn’t…

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Do I want to do a Q&A with Emma Stone for Marie Claire? Fuck yeah, I do. I have enjoyed the Emma Stone of it all for a while now. Since Superbad, maybe? But she really grabbed me at the 2012 Academy Awards. After that, I was totally smitten. She was in a red dress with a big bow, presenting an award with Ben Stiller for visual effects, and her comedy skills were tight.

Stiller and Jonah Hill [her co-star in Superbad] were perfect straight men – parts usually reserved for women while the male comic sparkles. With no crazy costume or visual joke, and far beyond the comic skill set of the average actor, she killed it. The writing was adorable, but the performance [where she milked her first appearance as a presenter] was everything. As a comedy snob, I was officially wowed. That’s when the name Emma Stone was forever embedded in my bean.

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Then, last spring, I got to work with her [Silverman plays women’s tennis promoter Gladys Heldman] on Battle Of The Sexes. All of my scenes were with Stone, and I found out more good news: this lil’ mama isn’t just uber-talented, she is also the loveliest, most thoughtful, real-deal person on either side of the Mississippi.

The crew felt like a travelling carnival. From the hair and make-up department to the director of photography, all had come to this movie from La La Land. But it wasn’t like a clique; it was like a family, travelling with Stone from movie set to movie set. One that says, ‘Hey, come join us! We’re a band of misfits, and you belong!’

I’ve heard the story of how, in 2004, a 14-year-old Stone did a PowerPoint presentation for her parents to explain why they should all move from Arizona to Los Angeles, so she could be an actress. It makes perfect sense. They did the right thing. If you know Stone at all (and, truthfully, that’s exactly how much I know her), you know that there is no other place she should be.

She loves movies – watching them, making them and just wholly every part of them. Look, acting is fun, but there’s a lot of sitting around, and this woman seems to devour the entire process with wild stimulation and immense gratitude. Quite frankly, that was inspiring to be adjacent to.

I’ll describe Stone the way my mother used to describe Johnny Carson: she’s interesting because she’s interested. This is Stone. I once heard my sister tell her daughters, when they complained that they were bored, ‘Only boring people get bored.’ Emma Stone, my friends, never gets bored.

Sarah Silverman: Emma Jean Stone took tennis lessons from Billie Jean King. Did you mention that same middle name fun fact to her?

Emma Stone: I did bring it up with her pretty early on, and I think that bonded us quickly. Our tennis coach, Vince Spadea, who was also [co-star] Steve [Carell’s] double, gave me tennis lessons every day once we were actually into it. But I met Billie Jean a couple of months before we started shooting. We went to this court in New York, and she realised no one had ever really played catch with me, or monitored my hand-eye coordination. I turned into a human golden retriever, and she would just throw the balls at me. We had to start simply. So that was what my tennis lesson was like with her. It was playing catch.

Emma Stone as Billie Jean King in Battle Of The Sexes

Emma Stone as Billie Jean King in Battle Of The Sexes

SS: I feel that you truly inhabited her. Was there some kind of exterior element for you, like when you put the glasses on, or was there one little thing?

ES: There were a couple. I had never really considered the physicality of a person or of a character. Maybe because I hadn’t played a real person – there wasn’t someone who looked a specific way or whose hands moved in a certain manner. So that was what I focused on more than anything: building from the outside in. I said to Billie Jean, ‘I’m working with a voice coach every day,’ and she was like, ‘Why? I have the same voice.’ And I said, ‘You sound the same now, but back then you had this kind of high voice. You were much quieter.’ And she said, ‘Well, we had to be. The only way we could get our point across as women was to move gently. We couldn’t say something loudly and forcefully, ever. You would scare people off.’ That was very interesting.

SS: Now that she’s older, physically and emotionally, everything about her is different in that she’s just totally living out loud. Even though she took a giant, outspoken step forward, she still concealed so much from herself and the world. [King felt she could not reveal she was a lesbian in the 70s. Now 73, she was outed in 1981 after her partner sued her for palimony.]

ES: Absolutely. Billie Jean loves to talk, and I talked to her a lot. But she was concerned at the end of the shoot. She was like, ‘We didn’t speak that much on the phone. How did you get to know me if we didn’t chat that much?’ And I was like, ‘Because I got to know a different version of you. I got to know you at 29.’ She’s had all these wild and unimaginable things happen
to her, and she’s displayed incredible resilience. But there was so much that was still kind of inside.

SS: Even if she’s talking about what it was like when she was 29, it’s from a perspective that didn’t exist at that time.

ES: Completely. She was really open about how scary that time was, and she was like, ‘I just wanted my twenties and thirties to be over.’ When you’re holding so much in – I mean, I can relate to this – you keep a lot of your life private in a certain way. When you’re still discovering who you are, the pain that’s associated with all of that, with finding out what you’re going to be in the world, you don’t know. There was a lot that she couldn’t explain until it was done for her in this horrific way, and then she rose from it in the most beautiful manner.

SS: Sexism is alive and well in 2017, and talented women are still judged by the way they look and are paid less for the same work, just like she was. [In 1973, King succeeded in
her fight for equal pay in tennis.] You never hear, ‘You’re a working dad. How do you balance it all?’

ES: Just to bring you quickly back to Billie Jean, looking at old interviews, the fact that hasn’t changed is sad. Every question for her was: ‘When are you going to give up tennis and have kids?’

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Stone with her co-star Sarah Silverman in Battle Of The Sexes

SS: You’ve recently been filming Maniac [Netflix’s Cary Fukunaga–directed dark comedy starring Stone and Jonah Hill]. Is that a limited series?

ES: It’s ten episodes. Working with the characters was a bunch of fun.

SS: Is there another nonfictional person you’d like to play? You’re doing Cruella [Disney’s live-action film based on the villain in 101 Dalmatians].

ES: I technically just played a real person [Abigail Masham, Baroness Masham in The Favourite, about intrigue in Queen Anne’s court, out next year] in the movie I just got back from a couple of days ago.

SS: Of the characters you’ve played, which one has taught you the most about yourself?

ES: The role of Billie Jean was a bit of a game-changer. I am very nervous to communicate my opinions most of the time, especially publicly. I second-guess myself a lot, and I’m prone to anxiety. She is so direct and confident in the way that she communicates what she believes is right. To be able to step into that for a while was a pretty powerful experience. It’s something that I still don’t feel entirely comfortable with, but it was also one of the great parts about playing her. That’s one of my big personal struggles.

SS: That makes me so happy because, one, it’s on topic. But also because it would be a great thing for you, like King, to accept your power and role in this world. All right, next question. Are you living in New York?

ES: Yes. Right now, I’m renting a house there [while filming Maniac]. I don’t know where I’m going to live for the rest of my life. That’s an interesting conundrum.

SS: Are there places you love in New York that make your heart grow and feel swoony?

ES: I do love it. I’m looking to reinvigorate my relationship with the city. I go to the same restaurants and pretty much stay in the same two-block radius. I work in different places a lot of the time, and it just makes me feel very comforted to be within the same two blocks.

SS: Going back to equality, I know a comic who made a point like, ‘I’m glad that there isn’t equal pay, because guys have to pay for dinner.’ He was being silly, but I explained to him that it wouldn’t be the case if women were paid equally. It’s because women have a handicap in fairness that the tradition exists. But people have a hard time understanding that. Let’s say, when you are in a relationship, do you pay, or is it just kind of whoever has their wallet out?

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Stone with former boyfriend Andrew Garfield

ES: I am always in situations where I’ve proceeded to want to pay for things, because I’m lucky enough to be able to. But I always at least split or offer to split. Do you?

SS: Yeah, every time.

ES: Do you think it’s chivalrous to do that?

SS: No, I have no attachment to that in terms of paying for stuff. I guess if I was in a relationship and noticed I kept paying, I’d be like, ‘What the fuck?’ But when I’m in a relationship, I pay half the time and he’ll pay half the time. I mean, we don’t measure; it’s just like if I was out with a friend. I don’t find romance in paying. I find romance in romance.

ES: Right, me too. And you make a good point when you’re talking about men paying for dinner, and that being a symptom of what happened with women and being paid. If you’re not able to sustain your life in the same way as a man in the exact same position can, it’s asinine.

SS: It’s funny, because it’s something that obviously you care about, and I care about, but another symptom of it is that you, as a woman, get asked those questions in all these interviews, whereas men don’t.

ES: The questions we’re asked are, ‘What’s it like to get older?’ Or if you are paid equally, ‘How does it feel to be part of the lucky few who are paid equally?’ I did a panel with Amy Adams when a journalist asked me this question, and [Amy] basically said, ‘This is part of the problem. You’re asking us women to answer these questions for you, instead of asking the people who need to make the change.’ It’s one thing to ask us, but lawmakers need to also feel that way. Everybody needs to feel that way. There is so much power to our voices. We must speak out. That’s something that I struggled with in the past, but it is very hard not to feel galvanised right now politically or consciously. The world is falling apart in so many ways. But it’s difficult to be the people who are asked repeatedly, ‘Do you want and deserve your share?’ Yes, yes, yes.

SS: What do you hold on to in this time, where truth has no currency, everything that was right has been turned upside down and progress has been set back? How do you stay sane, be hopeful and keep going?

ES: It’s hard to wrap my mind around what’s going on. Part of the hope and optimism is because I’m in disbelief. It’s sort of when you’re on the precipice, where something has to shift for the better or else all is lost. And I refuse to believe all is lost. Nobody is going down without a fight – for love, humanity, equality and coming together. It’s inspiring to see marches, beautiful writing and creative work. There are so many incredible people who care and want to illuminate what’s happening, and what can happen in a positive way for the future. So I guess that’s the best thing about this.

SS: Oh my god, Miss Arizona, great answer. I agree the pendulum swings both ways, and as Mister Rogers [retro US kids’ TV host Fred Rogers] says, ‘Look for the helpers.’

ES: Oh, Mister Rogers, I love that quote. If you lean into the horror of what could happen or what has happened, you can sort of be run over by it. And that’s really a lesson in resilience for everybody. There’s such a power and a grace coming out of so many people who have so much to lose, and the human spirit is incredible. That’s worth a fight every day. And I want to learn how to fight better. 

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Frankly, we want it all

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Say hello to Next’s brand new ambassador: Emma Willis. The TV presenter shared the news with her 900k followers, ahead of the launch of the collection today.

She wrote, ‘So excited to have teamed up with @nextofficial to create an edit of my fave pieces from their winter collection 🎉 Watch this space peeps.. launches online this Wednesday!’

Emma also used her style credentials to curate a line of AW17 updates your wardrobe needs. Think cosy knits in autumnal shades, statement checked coats, sheer blouses and tapered trousers.

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Not one to do things by halves, Emma is also the face of the campaign, modelling her edit in a series of chic pictures. We particularly love her party wear edit: the sequin skirt has our name written all over it.

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The collection is available to buy now on Next, and in case you need a little inspiration, Emma shared her top picks with us, ‘I love the over the knee elasticated boots, the slouchy men’s trousers, and the gold sequin skirt… love love love them. There’s something for everybody in the collection.’

Oh, and if you want to feel fabulous, no matter what, try ‘a sharp suit or a beautiful dress’ or ‘a pair of killer heels’.

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Speaking about the collab, Next said, ‘We are really excited to announce we now have Emma Willis on board as a brand ambassador. Being a TV personality and mother of three, she understands the importance of practical yet fashion-forward dressing, her own style is ‘comfortable with a modern femininity’ which makes her a perfect fit for our brand. As an ambassador for Next, she will be picking her key edit each season from our current collection which will then be styled into outfits for her to model.’

We couldn’t agree more.

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Emma Stone opens up about her struggle with anxiety and panic attacks

‘I’m bigger than my anxiety.’

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Ten years ago, you’d be hard pressed to find a celebrity who was willing to talk as candidly about their mental health as many stars do today. In the last year alone, we’ve seen Britney Spears open up about her personal struggles, Prince William and Lady Gaga team up to talk about the importance of discussing mental health, and Prince Harry reveal he has suffered from panic attacks.

With over a third of British employees admitting to dealing with anxiety and depression at work, it’s more important than ever that people with a public platform are talking about mental health to continue to fight the stigma surrounding it.

Oscar award winning actress, Emma Stone, is the latest celebrity to discuss her own life-long struggle with anxiety and panic attacks. The 28-year-old actress appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert where she discussed how she dealt with her mental health as a child.

Showing the talk show host a drawing she had created during a therapy session at the age of 9, Emma said: ‘This is me, I guess. It’s really great artistry with my shoes and then this is anxiety here.

‘It’s a little green monster that looks a little bit like, as someone backstage said, a uterus with some ovaries.’

The picture shows Emma next to a tiny monster, captioned: ‘I’m bigger than my anxiety.’

The La La Land star also revealed that she had ‘immobilising’ panic attacks as young as 7 years old.

‘I was a very, very, very anxious child and I had a lot of panic attacks,’ she revealed. ‘I benefitted in a big way from therapy. [And acting] helped me so much, improv helped me so much. I still have anxiety to this day, but not panic attacks.’

It’s not the first time she has openly discussed her anxiety and panic attacks, telling Rolling Stone magazine earlier this year: ‘When I was about seven, I was convinced the house was burning down. I could sense it. Not a hallucination, just a tightening in my chest, feeling I couldn’t breathe, like the world was going to end.

‘There were some flare-ups like that, but my anxiety was constant. I would ask my mum a hundred times how the day was gonna lay out … I wrote this book called I Am Bigger Than My Anxiety that I still have: I drew a little green monster on my shoulder that speaks to me in my ear and tells me all these things that aren’t true.

‘And every time I listen to it, it grows bigger. If I listen to it enough, it crushes me. But if I turn my head and keep doing what I’m doing — let it speak to me, but don’t give it the credit it needs — then it shrinks down and fades away.’

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Emma Stone honed dance skills to play tennis great Billie Jean King

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Emma Stone might be Hollywood’s highest paid actress, but that doesn’t mean she takes herself too seriously. Teamed with her equally hilarious friend Jennifer Lawrence, they’re probably the only pair in Tinseltown that could get so many laughs out of their own awkward hug.

The Oscar winners reunited at the Toronto International Film Festival this week, and while they were there, they got a little too excited when they saw each other at an event. So much so that as they smiled and attempted to hug it out, things went left.

In an Instagram video Variety shared on Tuesday, Lawrence can be seen going in for a hug when they spotted each other at the Variety Studio, and Stone didn’t seem to be ready for it. Rather than lean forward to embrace the Mother! star, she took a quick dip back and couldn’t stop giggling as the embrace turned into a complete fail.

Naturally, Stone didn’t resist the hug because of bad blood. Last November, Lawrence told Vanity Fair she and Stone met via text following the suggestion of mutual co-star Woody Harrelson. Stone reached out first and her message prompted this response from J.Law: ‘I replied, “Fuck off!” And we’ve been really good friends ever since.’

As for why they’re both at TIFF, Stone is promoting her upcoming flick Battle of the Sexes and Lawrence is pushing her thriller Mother!, both of which are already garnering awards season buzz. Which means it’s time to sharpen up those hugging skills for awards season prep.

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No, This Is Not Emma Watson. Just Her Mind-Boggling Doppelgänger.

This is totally worthy of a double take.

Kari Lewis, a 27-year-old who works at a video rental store in Indianapolis, Indiana, looks a lot like actress Emma Watson.

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“I get told I look like her quite a bit, especially at my job,” Lewis told HuffPost. “My coworkers find it amusing.”

Lewis said that she had no idea she resembled anyone famous until shortly after the first “Harry Potter” movie was released.

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“A couple of young girls called me Hermione Granger. I had never heard of that name before,” she said. “So I told my mom about it and we looked it up.”

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Though Lewis has dressed up as Hermione at Indy Comic Con and hopes to give Belle from “Beauty and the Beast” a whirl at this year’s Indy Pop Con, she honestly doesn’t really see the resemblance.

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“I mostly see myself as myself. But, I do understand the ‘at first glance’ factor that tends to confuse people whenever they see me or my photos,” she said. “My friends say I should be her stunt double, but I’m too clumsy.”

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For the moment, Lewis seems content to imitate Watson solely at cosplay events and online. Her Instagram account has more than 6,000 followers and is brimming with photos of Lewis dressed up as Watson’s most memorable characters, like Hermione and Belle.

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“I’d love to see more strong characters from her,” Lewis said. “Characters that young girls could look up to.”

With Watson’s track record, we have little doubt she’d do just that.

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Emma Watson Fires Back At Critics Of Her Vanity Fair Shoot

Emma Watson on Sunday responded to critics who said she strayed from her feminist roots when she posed for a revealing photo in Vanity Fair.

In a recent shoot for the magazine, the 26-year-old “Beauty and the Beast” star appears in a white crocheted jacket with no shirt or bra. The pictures, shot by fashion photographer Tim Walker, sparked backlash across social media and from some media outlets.

Watson told Reuters that she’s simply confused by some of the flak she’s received. “It just always reveals to me how many misconceptions and what a misunderstanding there is of what feminism is,” she said.

“Feminism is about giving women choice,” she went on. “Feminism is not a stick with which to beat other women with. It’s about freedom, it’s about liberation, it’s about equality. I really don’t know what my tits have to do with it. It’s very confusing.”

“I’m confused. Most people are confused… I’m always just kind of quietly stunned,” the former “Harry Potter” star added.

Along with the criticism, though, came plenty of support for the photo shoot. 

For her part, Watson enjoyed the photo shoot, calling it “incredibly artistic.”

“I was so thrilled with how kind of interesting and beautiful the photographs [were],” she said. 

Watson has long been an advocate for women’s rights, teaming with the United Nations as a Women Goodwill Ambassador and working on the HeForShe campaign.

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Emma Stone Is A Sexy, Hot Dog-Loving Poster Girl Come To Life In ‘SNL’ Sketch

Emma Stone took on the role of sexy poster girl during her stint on “Saturday Night Live” last night and thanks to her, we’ll never think of math the same way again. 

In one sketch, called “Posters,” Pete Davidson plays a student struggling to figure out his algebra homework. As he considers dropping out of school, he falls asleep and begins dreaming the people from the posters on his wall are talking to him.

As the snowboarder (Mikey Day), video game character (Kate McKinnon) and comedian (Kenan Thompson) on the walls try to encourage Davidson to believe in himself, Stone’s hot dog-obsessed modern pinup continues to distract him with her “fat, shiny hotdog” and sexual innuendos. 

Playing up the “dumb blonde” stereotype, Stone never seems to realize the other poster people are trying to help Davidson with his math, which causes some understandable (and hilarious) annoyance from the others.

Watch the full sketch above. 

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Despite a childhood spent on red carpets and hanging out with her aunt Julia, Emma Roberts was just a typical early 2000s kid at heart. Here, she reflects on a beloved Juicy Couture sweatshirt, being a Harry Potter fan, and having crushes on the guys from Gossip Girl.
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Does This Photo Mean Emma Stone & Andrew Garfield Are Dating Again?

Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone did what people who aren’t together rarely do … grocery shop.

Andrew and Emma were at Ralphs in Malibu Saturday lookin’ all domestic. It’s the first time they’ve been seen together since their heavily-rumored breakup back in March.

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Emma Roberts Reveals Why She Loves Taking Off Her Makeup

When actress Emma Roberts isn’t making waves on FX’s “American Horror Story,” she’s probably pages-deep in her latest book obsession. If anything, you’ve probably seen her latest red carpet wins and her FOMO-worthy Instagram account.

We got the chance to catch up with the Neutrogena Brand Ambassador in New York City, where we talked all things beauty. And while Roberts loves the “idea of a strong brow, great lashes and a red lip,” she delved into a topic that’s been making its rounds in Hollywood lately: no makeup.

Growing up in the limelight, Roberts feels more comfortable in her own, natural skin. “I think I appreciate wearing no makeup than other people, because I have to wear it for work,” she begins, adding, “I really feel like myself and confident without makeup on.”

Roberts applies her no-makeup philosophy to other women, saying that the confidence she harbors from wiping off her mascara and foundation is “something that” she “thinks all girls should feel.” She attributes her thoughts to younger girls as well, highlighting her younger sister as a prime example. Roberts concludes “I just think it’s important to know that you look beautiful without makeup on,” adding that experimentation is great, too.

So, the next time you need an ego boost, it might come down to getting your makeup remover… or that untouched tube of lipstick.

Catch Emma Roberts on “American Horror Story,” which airs Wednesdays, 10 PM EST on FX.
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