Emma Stone was left ''shaking'' with excitement when the former Spice Girl called into the studio via video chat during her appearance on Capital FM.
Emma Stone was left shaking after being surprised by Mel C during a live radio interview.
The 'Amazing Spider Man 2' actress - who was left in tears during an Australian interview last month when she learned she had missed the chance to meet Mel B - is a huge Spice Girls fan so was delighted when the singer called into Capital FM on video chat on Tuesday (08.04.14), with an invitation to try on some of the group's original tour outfits.
Mel C - also known as Sporty Spice - said: ''Firstly I have to apologise for the Spice Girls hijacking all of your promo.
''I have a message for you. I spoke to Emma [Bunton] earlier and she said 'Hi' and because she's your favourite she still has all of her baby doll dresses if you ever want to pop round and try them on.''
Emma - who had also been made to sing a rendition of Spice Girl track 'Stop' - has openly expressed her love for the popular nineties girl band and couldn't contain her excitement upon hearing her idol's offer.
She gushed: ''I am so happy about it you have no idea. I wouldn't want to be hijacked by anyone else. This is so great. I would love to [come round]. I'm so happy to meet you, thanks for calling. That was the coolest ever. Oh my God I'm shaking. Wow! That was incredible.''
Emma was left devastated last month after learning she had missed the chance to meet Mel B, but was consoled by a video message from the star.
When 2Day FM's Merrick Watts and Sophie Monk told Emma their occasional co-host couldn't be there for the interview, the actress' eyes filled with tears and her voice cracked as she said: ''Wait, Mel B, could have been here? I'm gonna cry.''
The 25-year-old star was then stunned as a video of Mel appeared, with her saying, ''Hi Emma''.
The actress sobbed and exclaimed: ''Oh my god, is Mel B talking to me? Oh my god, I'm so excited. I'm legitimately crying. I'm the biggest Spice Girls fan ever.''
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