Emma Stone

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Fans of Starfield breathe a sigh of relief: Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield are doing just fine.

Tabloid reports claiming the adorable couple is headed for splitsville surfaced after The Croods star tweeted—then deleted—a series of posts about her beau, sharing an anagram on the social media site for "Andrew and Shailene sitting in a tree."

Stone was seemingly referring to the pair's Amazing Spider-Man 2 costar Shailene Woodley who romances Andrew in the film, and fans immediately began to fret life was imitating art on the New York movie set. 

But turns out, there's a solid explanation for it all, and Emma clarified the reason for the cryptic message when she phoned into On Air With Ryan Seacrest this morning.

"I'm glad you asked me about this, I have never tweeted, my friend," the 24-year-old star told Ryan Seacrest. "I've tweeted one time to Seth MacFarlane, I said, ‘Me too, oh boy.' And then I've been hacked ever since, and they've locked me out of my Twitter so I can't access it because they changed my email and my password, so we are trying to figure out how to delete it."

She continued, insisting she doesn't have any animosity towards the Descendants star, "I heard the other day they tweeted an anagram about Shailene Woodley, who is one of my favorite human beings on the planet, and that was absolutely, I swear to you, was not me." 

Oh, the perils of modern technology!

"That was the first one I heard," she continued. "And then I heard there was a rich history of other things I've tweeted and deleted, and I didn't know about any of this happening because I don't go on Twitter. I just had a verified account, but now I want to get rid of it because it looks like I'm doing that, which is totally fair, but it's not me." 

Another social media mystery solved. 

Listen to the full audio clip for more on Emma's animated flick! The Croods hits theaters tomorrow. 

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