Emma Stone believes karaoke has ‘lost a little lustre’
Emma Stone believes karaoke has "lost a little lustre".
The 28-year-old actress, who has been cast as Mia in the upcoming movie musical ‘La La Land’ alongside Ryan Gosling, has admitted she "weirdly" doesn’t like karaoke and belting out tracks since filming the drama production.
Speaking about her recent project on ‘Good Morning America’ on Monday (11.28.16), the flame-haired beauty said: "I weirdly like karaoke so much less now.
"I don’t think anybody needs to hear me get up and sing in a karaoke room. It’s just that the karaoke experience has lost a little lustre after all that."
And the Arizona-born star – who has starred alongside the 36-year-old actor in ‘Crazy Stupid Love’ and ‘Gangster Squad’ – has joked the Hollywood hunk has had to file a restraining order against her so they stop working with one another.
Speaking previously about her three-time co-star – who has daughters Esmeralda, two, and six-month-old Amada with his partner Eva Mendes – Emma quipped: "He has a restraining order against me now.
"I’m just going to have to stay like a hundred feet at everything else we do together."
However, Emma has admitted she always enjoys working with ‘The Notebook’ actor because he is "fun" to be on set with, although she doesn’t know if they will join forces for another film in the future.
She explained: "No, it’s so much fun to work with him [but] I don’t know if they’ll let us do anything."
And Ryan also feels the same, and is glad he has been able to find a "great" colleague in Emma to work with because he believes it brings out the best in his acting ability.
He said previously: "We made two films together and now three, and so you know it’s great to work with people you know.
"I think it brings the best out of them because you know one another, and you are able to help each other in a way that you can’t if you’re strangers."
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