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The Art of Getting By star loves Miu Miu and dishes on padded bras, pale legs and her penchant for Proenza.

In Emma Roberts’ recent movie, The Art of Getting By (out on DVD now), she plays Sally, a beautiful, popular, known-for-dating-older-guys high schooler. Yet the role is anything but stereotypical teen fare. Instead of bullying “losers” and spreading rumors about her fellow peers à la Mean Girls, Sally finds friendship, and eventually love, in a fatalistic boy named George (Freddie Highmore), the school’s token oddball. “Sally’s not a cliché. She’s pretty and she’s popular but she also is smart and funny and serious, she’s not one thing or the other,” says Roberts.

Roberts’ own clothes were often the basis for Sally’s movie wardrobe, from her t-shirts and jeans to suede Miu Miu pumps—a brand she absolutely gushes over and calls her obsession with a “sickness.”

Lucky recently talked to Emma about everything from how Freddie Highmore made her cry to why red coats make her so happy:

The Art of Getting By is the first feature film Gavin Wiesin’s wrote and directed. How was it starring in his first big movie?
It was really fun. I just really loved that he wrote a story that was very close to his heart and very relatable. It was something that I feel like everyone goes through—family problems, friend problems, being in love for the first time. Those are all topics that he approached in a much more real way than I’ve seen in the past with teenage movies.

How was it working with Freddie Highmore? He typically plays sort of quirky roles.
I love Freddie. We sat down in London way before we did the movie to get to know each other and we just had a really fun time talking. He’s one of the smartest people I’ve ever met and he’s just so sweet; I mean, I’ve never heard a bad thing come out of his mouth. He’s the nicest boy. And he made me cry when I saw the movie! Seeing the film all put together I got teary eyed. I was like, “Freddie, you made me cry!”

What was your favorite scene to shoot?
It was probably the final scene where we’re having that tender moment when we’re saying goodbye. We shot that at like 4:30 in the morning and we were just so tired and so delirious from working all day and all night that it ended up coming across even more real than I thought. When I saw it in the movie I was like “Oh my god! So sad!”

Do you think that Sally does stay with George in the end?
I think no matter what happens they’ll always be in each other’s lives. I don’t know in what way necessarily, but I think that the ending just shows that there are people you’ll meet in life that, no matter what, will always stick with you. Sally and George are those people for each other. And it’s very rare that that happens in life, so when it does it’s really special. Everyone has a George and everyone has a Sally!

Have you found your George yet?
You know, we’ve all had that, and we’ll all have it again—that’s the good part!

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Emma was spotted shopping yesterday(November 29th) shopping at The Grove in Los Angeles, CA. Check out the candids below! EDIT: Emma was seen going to a medical center today(November 30th) and getting a juice drink in Beverly Hills. Check out the candids below, she loves that wolf shirt!

Candids >> 2011 >> shopping at The Grove in LA (11/29)
Candids >> 2011 >> going to a medical center & getting a juice drink (11/30)


The Art of Getting By is now available on DVD & Blu-ray today! Get yourself a copy! I will try to get mine today if not then over the weekend. Look for captures soon! Below is information on Emma and Neutrogena chatting live today answering skincare questions… EDIT: Click on read the rest of this entry to see a small interview with mtv.com about favorite NYC places.

Skincare is better left to the professionals, which is why the best thing you can do for your skin is visit a dermatologist for a personalized evaluation. Alas, these appointments require time and money that we don’t always have to spare. The second best? Chat live or submit your questions beforehand to a dynamite team that includes porcelain-skinned actress Emma Roberts, a board-certified dermatologist, a skincare scientist, and a top makeup artist. Neutrogena is rounding the experts up for a live webinar to answer your questions on everything skin, from exfoliation to tackling holiday makeup. An amazing, completely free opportunity to have a Q&A sesh with a makeup artist, derm, and Emma Roberts?? Now I’ve got time for that.

What: Face-to-Face For Flawless Skin Live Webinar
When: November 29, 10 AM PST/1 PM EST
Where: Click here to ask your questions or chat live!

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As you can see here is a new theme for fabulous-emma.com! If you aren’t able to view it for some reason then refresh the page! With Christmas holiday coming up I thought the website needed to be decorated! Tell your thoughts below in the comment section.

Emma Roberts on Her Winter Weather Wardrobe and Holiday Wishlist
You were quite the kindred spirit in The Art of Getting By. Is that how you are, too?
Yeah, that’s why I love Sally. She portrayed girls at that age in an honest way. She wasn’t the popular girl, but she also wasn’t nerd. Not a lot of movies do that. She comes off as a kindred spirit because she’s a young girl but she’s very independent.

You’ve been in several great movies this year. What’s next?
I’m in a movie called Celeste and Jesse Forever, and Rashida Jones and Andy Samburg star in it. I play a pop star, which was really fun and totally different. I could just kind of make up a character. We took the stereotype and made it funny.

You spend a lot of time in both New York and LA. How does your style change by location?
In New York, I wear jackets and coats all the time. In LA, I wear a lot of flats and boots with jeans. I have a really cool pair of Alexander Wang flats that have a tiny heel, and a pair of Miu Miu mary janes that look so cute with everything, even just jeans and a white t-shirt. I also love boots and wear them every day—I love knee high boots, ankle boots, high heel boots. My fall purchase was Isabel Marant ankle boots with the heel. And I love Frye Boots because they go with everything and last forever.

The holidays are coming up! What’s on your wishlist?
It’s so funny, I always want everything and then the holidays come along and I can’t think of one thing. I haven’t been wanting anything in particular lately. I love vintage stuff so I tell my mom to get cool jewelry and t-shirts. I’ve considered buying myself a new Proenza Schouler PS1 bag. I have one, but I’ve spilled on it so much, it’s a wreck.

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Emma was spotted at Toys R Us today(November 22nd) in NYC, looks like someone will be getting PlayStation 3 Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Bundle for Christmas! Check out the candids below!

Candids >> 2011 >> shopping at Toys R Us in NYC (11/22)