Emma Stone is clearing up a two-year-old rumor that links her broken shoulder to a Spice Girls concert.
Unfortunately there's no truth to the speculation.
While appearing on Ellen DeGeneres' show on June 2, the "Cruella" star was asked about the unfounded speculation.
"I broke my shoulder in June of 2019, and we were supposed to start filming 'Cruella' like August or even maybe July of 2019," she explained. "I broke my shoulder in two places. But for some reason the story became that I broke my shoulder at the Spice Girls concert, that I was on somebody's shoulders and fell and broke my own shoulder."
In putting an end to the rumor, she said, "It's not true. It's not true."
So what did happen? It turns out that Emma broke her shoulder at a house party the day before attending that Spice Girls concert in London.
"And I was on… it was like a waxed floor in this house, and I slipped and my arm went back behind me and then I broke my shoulder," she said, "And then I went to the Spice Girls concert the next day."
One main reason the rumor perpetuated is because Emma didn't realize she seriously injured herself until after the concert.
The injury, by the way, caused "Cruella" to delay its production.