Emma Stone Fangirls Over Spice Girls – Watch As ‘Mel B’ Brings Her To Tears!

Emma Stone is definitely considered to be one of America’s sweethearts, and the footage from this recent interview makes us love her even more!

Stone, who has been traveling the world promoting her latest movie The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro, sat down with an Australian talk show earlier this week, and the two hosts clearly knew the way to the 25-year-old actress’s heart.

When they brought up the fact that former Spice Girl member Mel B (Melanie Brown) sometimes co-hosts the program and was sorry she couldn’t be there that day, Stone began to get emotional, clearly not realizing that was even a possibility.

“Wait, Mel B could have been here?” she asked dubiously. “I’m gonna cry!”

But the tears didn’t stop there! As it turns out, Mel had recorded a special greeting for the life-long Spice Girls fan, who responded by saying, “Oh my god is Mel B talking to me?!”

“First of all, I want to say I absolutely adore you,” Mel B says in the video message. “I love you. And I want to say thank you for being such a Spice Girl fan.”

Mel B then goes on to reference a 2012 Entertainment Weekly interview in which Stone apparently named Baby Spice as her favorite member of the girl group, which sparked Scary Spice to inflict a bit of “punishment” on the actress – namely, having to perform a Spice Girls song!

Watch the video to see which classic tune from the ‘90s group Emma Stone selected (and nailed!) and tell us what you think!


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