Emma Stone Wins First Oscar and Delivers Moving Speech: 'I Still Have a Lot of Growing and Learning'

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Congratulations to Emma Stone!

The 28-year-old actress took home her first Oscar for Best Actress for her role in the hit musical, La La Land.

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Overwhelmed with emotion, Stone took the stage to thank her family and frequent co-star, Ryan Gosling.

"To my mom and my dad and my brother, Spencer, and my whole family, thank you," she began. "I love you so much. Thank you for everything."

"I realized that a moment like this is a huge confluence of luck and opportunity and so I want to thank Damien Chazelle, for the opportunity to be part of a project that is so special that comes once in a lifetime," she continued. "I'm so grateful to have been involved in this film and thank you for your faith and your patience."

"Ryan Gosling, thank you for making me laugh and for always raising the bar," she said. "For being the greatest partner in this crazy adventure. To our whole crew, everyone who put their heart and souls into this project, I'm going to find you all individually and thank you, along with all my friends, I'm going to hug the hell out of you." 

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"I still have a lot of growing and learning and work to do and this guy [holds her Oscar up] is a really beautiful symbol to continue on that journey and I'm so grateful for that. Thank you," she concluded.

For more on Stone and her journey to the Oscars, watch the video below.

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