As reported by JustJared.com, Easy A red haired actress Emma Stone was spotted Sunday, March13th in Los Angeles walking around the set of her new drama, The Help, with a head full of bouncy light blonde ringlets and curls. Some on-set hairstylist was obviously busy with a curly iron.
The 22-year-old actress plays Eugenia "Skeeter" Phelan in The Help, which centers around three women living in the South. The three form an unlikely but deep friendship.
The actress is back in the States after spending time in France for Paris Fashion Week.
Emma sat in the front row for the Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear show, which actor Alex Pettyfer also attended. Their appearance together generated buzz that the two may be dating now that Pettyfer has parted ways with Glee's beautiful blonde Dianna Agron.
They seemed very cozy and flirtatious at the Vuitton show which created speculation that Pettyfer is over Agron. The actress, who is also set to appear as Mary Jane in Spiderman, rested her arm against his shoulder as they hung out together.
At least now we know why the gorgeous redhead went with a very blonde hue. It's for her part as Skeeter. Also, the curls she was spotted with on set were created for her because her natural hair appears to be relatively straight with just a hint of wave.
Personally I like her best as a redhead, but as an actress she has to take on all types of hairstyles, colors and cuts for her craft.
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