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Emma Stone: What's Cookin' in Spain?

Emma Stone: What's Cookin' in Spain?

Emma Stone puts on an apron and whips up a traditional Spanish dish while appearing on the El Hormiguero TV show on Thursday (October 28) in Madrid, Spain.

The 21-year-old actress helped cook a tortilla de patatas (omelette) but added an American twist to it by mixing potato chips with a few eggs.

The day before, Emma attended a photocall for the film at the Hospes Hotel. She also promoted the film in Germany earlier this week.

Next week, Emma will start training for her role as Gwen Stacy in the new Spider-Man reboot.

Emma Stone Cooking on El Hormiguero
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  • annie

    Funny how her “American twist” is what ruins the recipe making it unhealthy. No wonder you are an obese nation

  • Kika

    It’s sad how pissed Emma looks while cracking eggs. Hey Emma, cooks earn less money and have to do that everyday.

  • Real

    Cooking 101: The first thing you do is pull your hair back from you face, in a ponytail, with a rubber band, or put on a hair net.

  • Real

    # 2. Chefs make really good money. Being a chef is a very lucrative career.

  • Real

    #1. Most of us Americans are normal/average size. NOT obese, or fat even.

  • hanni

    @Kika: Chefs make a lot of money, you do realize that? especially chefs who work at fancy restaurants, four-star hotels, five-star hotels and so on.

    I wish I was a chef. They’re highly demanded and earn a lot. Probably more than Emma since Easy A has only made moderate money and she gets a small cut of it (300,000-400,000).

  • Sonny

    It actually impresses me that she even went on this show I mean she looks lost throughout the entire thing but she toughed it out and went for it. It shows a lot about her character and what kind of person she is.

  • vomitive

    @Sonny: Sonny, are you serious?? She’s been paid to go to that tv program and those people werent pulling her leg. What has she said in the whole program? Anything?

  • Sonny

    @vomitive: yup I’m serious. She clearly knew very little spanish which is why she didn’t say anything throughout the show. and you’re right she is being paid but she still had to spend the whole show lost about what’s going on.

  • M

    She probably has an earpiece and there’s a person interpreting the Spanish for her. You can hear a person on a microphone translating into Spanish what Emma is saying in English. I’ve done interpreting work and this is usually how it works.

  • vomitive

    @Sonny: You are pulling my leg

  • Sonny

    I just kind of get the feeling that no one commenting on this video really likes Emma Stone which is really too bad.

  • Kika

    @Real: I bet you pull your hair back from you face, in a ponytail, with a rubber band, or on a hair net while you are cooking at home. HA HA HA

  • Michael

    I really like Emma. But no one in Spain even knows who she is.

  • plk

    Es verdad, en España no la conce ni su madre, y seguimos viviendo .. Y para que lo sepais.. tiene traduccion simultanea con un pinganillo… si no ha querido hablar.. pues no habla..

  • natalie

    well, I like her.

    you people should get over it. it’s just a show. she wasn’t cooking for tons of people, it was, like i said, just for show. it was in spanish, so even if she knew what they were saying she might’ve felt uncomfortable imposing her english at them.

    there are a lot ofangles to look at. if you can’t look objectively, then just don’t comment.

  • FdlGR

    I’m from Spain and I could see the whole show. However I got to disagree with some of you. I think the show was fantastic, Emma was really really nice with everybody and I can tell she really did have fun with spanish people and of course we had so much fun with her too.

    @annie: her “American twist” doesn’t ruin anything. In fact the recipe was an idea created from our best cooker Ferrán Adriá, so please, don’t blame and offend american people out of reason. It doesn’t make any sense.

    @Kika: OMG! she couldn’t do it better, she was focused on what she was told. Otherwise I felt her very participative on everything.

    @Real: Oh, come on!!! ponytail? rubber band??…They’re on TV. They’re cooking for themselves. That’s really not big deal.

    @Sonny: @M is absolutely right. She has an earpiece. El Hormiguero is a 45 minutes show. How is it possible to do and interview and all without a translator? We’re not dumb.

    @Michael: it’s true I didn’t know Emma Stone but others did. And I know her now. I think she is very kind and sweet and I’m sure she is going to do great films.

    Good for her!!

  • http://justjared alessia

    ma gli spagnoli sono pazzi !!!! ahahah sono simpaticissimi ma fanno le cose troppo velocemente ahaha …secondo me emma ad un certo punto non ha capito più niente haha