Donald Trump Caused Emma Stone's Most Recent Panic Attack

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Emma Stone has been vocal about the challenges she's experienced because of her anxiety in the past and she's continuing to bolster the conversation about mental health by opening up about how it affected her during her childhood. "I still have anxiety to this day - not panic attacks, knock on wood".

The actress, 28, was left red-faced when she accidentally appeared nude when both ladies were guests on Stephen Colbert's Late Show. It's really great artistry with my shoes and then this is anxiety here, 'she explained of the sketch labeled 'I'm bigger than my anxiety!' "I started at 7". It [acting] helped me so much. "She was generous with her story that it made it much easier than if she was like, 'Please don't make this movie about me, good night'". "I had anxiety attacks", he recalled.

Getting serious, she expressed concerns about Trump's recent address to the United Nations that he may "destroy" North Korea. "I had one on November 8", Colbert said.

While appearing on The Late Show with Stepehen Colbert in the USA earlier this week, Stone was asked by the host to elaborate on the meaning behind a picture she'd drawn when she was 9, which featured the words "I'm bigger than my anxiety". But her anxiety hasn't been limited to those days, and her ideas about what's therapeutic have expanded since then.

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In a bittersweet statement, Colbert introduced Clinton as the women who he "would've bet anything" would have been the next President of the United States.

"Yeah, me too. This is a tough act to follow". During the interview, Stone opened up extensively about experiencing anxiety and going to therapy.

But Clinton and anxiety weren't the only things Stone discussed.