New 'It Girl' Emma Stone: I Just Want to Work and Pay My Bills

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New \'It Girl\' Emma Stone: I Just Want to Work and Pay My Bills
New \'It Girl\' Emma Stone: I Just Want to Work and Pay My Bills
New \'It Girl\' Emma Stone: I Just Want to Work and Pay My Bills
New \'It Girl\' Emma Stone: I Just Want to Work and Pay My Bills
New \'It Girl\' Emma Stone: I Just Want to Work and Pay My Bills
New \'It Girl\' Emma Stone: I Just Want to Work and Pay My Bills
New \'It Girl\' Emma Stone: I Just Want to Work and Pay My Bills
Emma Stone is the new 'it' girl on the block, which means she's on just about every magazine cover.

Lindsay Lohan Emma graces the May cover of Glamour magazine where she talks about men, education and being skinny in Hollywood. Here's what she had to say:

On being the new 'it' girl in Hollywood:
"Hell, yeah. [Laughs.] That’s really flattering. I just like to keep working and being able to pay my bills."

On the best advice her mom’s given her:
“She is the greatest person on earth. She always helps me deal with things as they happen instead of planning them all out ahead of time. But that’s one of 600 billion pieces of advice she’s given me. “

On what she looks for in a guy:
“Honestly, I cannot put a finger on it. One guy could do something that I would find deplorable, and [with] another guy I’d find it charming…. It depends on the person. The one thing that needs to be there is that indefinable spark of sorts. But I’m 22 years old…. I have no idea what I’m talking about." [Laughs.]

On the pressure to be thin in Hollywood:
“Aw, boy…I’d be crazy to sit here and tell you that I’ve never thought about it. [But] I never can beat myself up about it. I definitely am not restrictive. [Laughs.] You’re a human being, you live once and life is wonderful, so eat the damn red velvet cupcake."

On her education:
"I have my GED—my “good-enough degree.”

On shooting Spider-Man:
"It’s different than anything else I’ve done. There’s a lot of blue screen. The other day I was reacting to a thing that wasn’t there. It’s like being a kid in a refrigerator box."
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