Emma Stone, the American actress best known for her role in 'Easy A', appears on the cover of Vanity Fair's July issue sporting a red-and-white striped bikini. Emma Stone tells the magazine she was nervous about the cover shoot, admitting, "I usually wear a one-piece".
In a playful interview to accompany the shoot, the 22-year-old joked her only vices were sugar, wine and black tar heroin, adding, "nothing too crazy". Stone is tipped to become one of the biggest female stars in Hollywood after landing a role alongside Andrew Garfield in 'The Amazing Spider-Man'. She also appears in no less than three summer 2011 moves, including 'The Help', 'Stupid, Love', and opposite Justin Timberlake in 'Friends with Benefits'. Despite admitting she has become more conscious of her figure, Stone rejects the methods of celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson who has worked with Kim Kardashian, Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow. The actress said, "That diet, have you seen it? It's like, eat this diet, which is a palm-size piece of chicken and some beans, and work out two hours a day for the rest of your life". Instead, Stone chooses to go rock climbing at Chelsea Piers in New York and admits to doing weight training and Pilates.
After dropping out of high-school, Emma Stone attempted to kick-start her acting career on the NBC series 'Heroes'. The actress auditioned for the part of cheerleader 'Claire Bennet', but the role eventually went on Hayden Panettiere, leading Stone to have a "meltdown".