Watch Emma Stone Fangirl Over the Spice Girls Some More (And Forge Their Signatures)

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It’s official: Emma Stone is the Spice Girls’ biggest fan.

After famously crying over a video message from Mel B, the Amazing Spider-Man 2 actress revealed her secret talent involving the 90s British girl group. During her latest appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the 25-year-old told the talk show host that — besides the fact that her obsession with Baby Spice Emma Bunton is what prompted her to change her name from “Emily” to “Emma” — she could replicate all five singers’ famous signatures.

So obviously, Kimmel just had to have her demonstrate the unique skill.

“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,” Stone explained.

But the Spice Girls aren’t the only people to make her fangirl. According to the actress, she has also broken down into tears upon meeting her favorite A-list.

“I have cried in front of Cameron CroweLorne MichaelsTom Hanks, but he doesn’t know it because I turned away really quickly,” she said.

“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 quickly added. “I had a meltdown, and [co-star] Woody Harrelson thought it was the most ridiculous thing that ever happened.”