We’ve already heard Taylor Swift’s take on what Emma Stone is like when she falls in love (paces the floor, closes the blinds and locks the door, calls up her mom, etc.), but what about when Emma stars in a movie? Swift attended the premiere of her pal Stone’s new movie Poor Things Wednesday evening in New York City, showing up to support her longtime friend.
Swift, who was announced this week as TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year and sat for a rare wide-ranging interview that shed light on her romance with Travis Kelce, her long-running beef with Kanye West and Scooter Braun, and more, stepped out for Stone’s starring role in the dark comedy. She and Stone posed together at the event, with Swift rocking an all-black look with a floor-length slip dress and black furry jacket, in contrast to Stone’s own off-white slip dress look. Swift did not walk the red carpet.
The two have long been close, with Stone telling Vanity Fair in June, “we’ve been friends for a really long time. I’ve known her since we were 17 and 18.” Stone has shown up to support Swift in the past, too: Fans spotted her bopping at the opening night of Swift’s Eras Tour in Glendale, Arizona in March. Stone said that Swift had helped her score the “impossible” tickets.
“She’s a wonderful friend. She blows my mind,” Stone said of Swift. Though Stone won an Oscar for her work in the 2016 movie musical La La Land, the actor shook off the idea of ever duetting with Swift.
“Oh, God, hell no!” she said of the idea. “I can’t sing, like, for a massive stadium. Let’s not even go down that road. She has insane talent—I could never do what she does.”
Swift has seemingly paid tribute to Stone in song, with the vault track “When Emma Falls In Love” off of Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) widely theorized to be about Stone’s past relationship with Andrew Garfield. On the red carpet Wednesday evening, Stone played coy when asked by ET about the song.
“You would have to ask her,” Stone said of the track.
Representatives for Taylor Swift did not immediately respond to a request for comment.