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What makes Emma go Stone cold?

Emma Stone constantly worries about dying.

The ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ star – who spent two years in therapy as a child and still has sessions when she feels she needs them - admitted her mortality scares her and she tries to seize every moment because it could all end at any time.

Cast member Emma Stone poses at the premiere of the movie "The Help" at the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre in Beverly Hills. Credit: REUTERS

She told Style magazine: “I’m close to my mortality, not in a freaky way but constantly. I feel hyperaware that everything could end. That’s always been in my mind, for whatever reason, since I was very small.

“I was in therapy for two years as a kid. As someone with anxiety you’re constantly waiting for the next attack.

“I think I tend to worry more when things are good. I know those things will change.”

While Emma, 23, is open about getting therapy, she prefers not to discuss her relationship with ‘Spider-Man’ co-star Andrew Garfield because she wants to keep it private.

She explained: “Honestly, the only thing that gives me any release is knowing what I have the power to say. If I never address anything, how much can anyone ever really know the truth.” - Bang Showbiz

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