Spice Girls superfan Emma Stone FINALLY meets idol Emma Bunton ahead of massive ...

A dream came true on Thursday evening as self-confessed Spice Girls super-fan Emma Stone finally met the group ahead of their sold out show at London’s Wembley Stadium.

The actress looked uncharacteristically star-struck as she posed for a photo with 'Baby Spice' Emma Bunton, shortly before she took to the stage. 

Both looked delighted during what amounted to their first meeting, with the 43-year old singer sporting a distinctive green and white printed minidress. 

Ecstatic: A dream came true on Thursday evening as self-confessed Spice Girls super-fan Emma Stone finally met the group ahead of their sold out show at London’s Wembley Stadium

Ecstatic: A dream came true on Thursday evening as self-confessed Spice Girls super-fan Emma Stone finally met the group ahead of their sold out show at London’s Wembley Stadium

Meanwhile Emma, 30, looked casual in a cropped denim jacket and skinny white jeans as she posed alongside her idol.  

The Spice Girl later documented her meeting with her A-list fan by sharing two images of the encounter on Instagram with the accompanying caption: 'When Emma met Emma.' 

Just hours later she was back onstage with bandmates Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm and Geri Horner.   

Two become one: The Hollywood actress looked uncharacteristically star-struck as she posed for a photo with 'Baby Spice' Emma Bunton, shortly before she took to the stage

Two become one: The actress looked uncharacteristically star-struck as she posed for a photo with 'Baby Spice' Emma Bunton, shortly before she took to the stage

Breaking down: There were emotional scenes later that night as Emma admitted she was overwhelmed to be performing at the iconic venue, 21-years after their last Wembley show

Breaking down: There were emotional scenes later that night as Emma admitted she was overwhelmed to be performing at the iconic venue, 21-years after their last Wembley show

But there were emotional scenes as Emma admitted she was overwhelmed to be performing at the iconic venue, 21-years after their last Wembley show.  

With thousands looking on the singer broke down in tears, prompting supportive hugs from her band-mates. 

Addressing the audience, Geri admitted she was glad to finally be on stage on Wembley after quitting the band shortly before their first Wembley gig in 1998. 

'I was gutted they were doing it without me,' she announced. 'Yet 21-years later we came back and are doing it together with you lot.' 

Pleased: Earlier that day Emma told Heart Breakfast she was excited to meet actress namesake Emma at the band's London show.

Pleased: Earlier that day Emma told Heart Breakfast she was excited to meet actress namesake Emma at the band's London show.

Earlier that day Emma told Heart Breakfast she was excited to meet actress namesake Emma at the band's London show. 

She said: 'Do you know who we’ve got coming? Oh, I hope I’m allowed to say this but Emma Stone is coming tonight and I’ve never met her and we’re going to be meeting her so I’m really excited.'

Host Jamie Theakston shared her excitement, and explained that despite the La La Land star being a 'massive' star, 'all she talks about is dressing up as Baby Spice when she was young.'

The Spice Up Your Life songstress replied: 'Her name was Emily but she wanted it to be Emma because she was such a Spice Girl Fan.

'It’s amazing. It’s quite nice. I’m excited!'

Superfan: Host Jamie Theakston explained that despite the La La Land star (pictured) being a 'massive' Hollywood star, 'all she talks about is dressing up as Baby Spice when she was young'

Superfan: Host Jamie Theakston explained that despite the La La Land star (pictured) being a 'massive' star, 'all she talks about is dressing up as Baby Spice when she was young'

Emma, who has been performing across the country on the band's incredible comeback tour, also confirmed their animated movie.

When asked about the film, Emma said: 'We’re really excited about that. We’ve been sitting with some writers now for quite a few months and we’ve had loads of ideas. We’ve just been throwing things at them, they’ve been coming back.'

She continued: 'Can you imagine animation? Doesn’t that take like 20 years to do or something? They better get on with it. Hurry up. Can you just start drawing us? 

Confirmed: The singer, who has been performing across the country with the band's incredible comeback tour, also confirmed their animated movie

Confirmed: The singer, who has been performing across the country with the band's incredible comeback tour, also confirmed their animated movie

Jamie asked the singer: 'So what’s it going to be? Is it going to be like a re-imagining of Spiceworld the movie? Was is it going to be?'

The Spice Girls star replied: 'Oh no it’s a whole new story. A whole new story. I’m just really looking forward to see how they draw us, the animations.'

When asked if the band's characters would have superpowers in the movie, Emma revealed it was still in the works but that she would 'like some super powers' and to be 'invisible'.

Amazing: When asked if the band's characters would have superpowers in the movie, Emma revealed it was still in the works but that she would 'like some super powers'

Amazing: When asked if the band's characters would have superpowers in the movie, Emma revealed it was still in the works but that she would 'like some super powers'

Emma said: 'Oh no it’s a whole new story. A whole new story. I’m just really looking forward to see how they draw us, the animations'

Emma said: 'Oh no it’s a whole new story. A whole new story. I’m just really looking forward to see how they draw us, the animations'

The Spice Girls animated movie is currently 'in the works' at Paramount with the entire band, including Posh Spice Victoria Beckham, getting involved. 

The animation, which will also feature Mel B, Emma Bunton, Mel C and Geri Horner, will involve the band's iconic tunes from the 90s. 

Spice Girls manager, Simon Fuller, will produce the movie with Karen McCullah and Kiwi Smith creating the screenplay.

Spice Up Your Life: A Spice Girls animated movie is 'in the works' at Paramount and will involve the band's iconic tunes from the 90s

Spice Up Your Life: A Spice Girls animated movie is 'in the works' at Paramount and will involve the band's iconic tunes from the 90s

Incredible: Spice Girls manager, Simon Fuller, will produce the movie with Karen McCullah and Kiwi Smith creating the screenplay (pictured onstage in Edinburgh)

Incredible: Spice Girls manager, Simon Fuller, will produce the movie with Karen McCullah and Kiwi Smith creating the screenplay (pictured onstage in Edinburgh)

Exciting: It was claimed that the Spice Girls would voice the characters in an animated superhero movie

Exciting: It was claimed that the Spice Girls would voice the characters in an animated superhero movie

Backstage: The Spice Girls are no strangers to the film industry, famously starring in cult hit, Spice World in 1997

Backstage: The Spice Girls are no strangers to the film

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