Emma Stone may be one of the biggest names in Hollywood right now, but the 25-year-old celeb admits that even she gets a bit starstruck from time to time.
"I have cried in front of Cameron Crowe, Lorne Michaels, Tom Hanks, but he doesn't know it because I turned away really quickly," the Amazing Spider-Man 2 actress recalled to Jimmy Kimmel during an appearance on Thursday's Jimmy Kimmel Live about meeting those three particular individuals.
But the guy who really seemed to move her the most was none other than Bill Murray.
"I did not cry in front of Bill Murray, but I freaked out in the car when he first came to set on Zombieland," Stone shared. "I had a meltdown, and [co-star] Woody Harrelson thought it was the most ridiculous thing that ever happened."
She went on to say that when the two of them reunited to shoot a movie with Crowe in Hawaii recently, Murray lived three houses down from her.
"He was my neighbor for a while, which was just the best," Stone happily pointed out. "He's just the most generous man. He made me coffee. He got me an umbrella hat."
Later in the program, the subject of Stone's love for all things Spice Girls came up, as well as a hidden talent inspired by the '90s British pop girl group.
"I understand you have a gift, and I wanted to challenge you on this gift tonight," Kimmel said. "You are able to do what?"
"Their autographs," Stone replied, before noting, "I have not done this, in all fairness, since I was about 10 years old, and I did a quick little reminder in the dressing room beforehand. But yes, when I was 10, I memorized all of their autographs on their merchandise."
Sure enough, Kimmel proceeded to hold up a picture of each of the Spice Girls and had Stone forge their signatures. So, how well did she do? Check out the clip right above and see!