Here Is Andrew Garfield Feeling a Lot of Feelings When Emma Stone Wins the Oscar

And that wasn't the only moment the two had during the show.

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Friendliest ex Andrew Garfield said earlier this award season that, in addition to still loving Emma Stone (platonically or romantically is less clear), he's her number-one fanboy. "I'll speak for myself: You know, I'm her biggest fan as an artist," he told Vanity Fairin January. "I'm constantly inspired by her work. I'm constantly inspired by how she handles and holds herself. So for me, I've—it's been bliss to be able to watch her success and watch her bloom into the actress that she is. And it's also been wonderful to have that kind of support for each other. It's nothing but a beautiful thing."

Back in their heyday.
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So Sunday night, when she was declared winner of the Best Actress Oscar, Garfield got a little emotional. He was visibly moved (IS THAT A TEAR?!?) as she made her speech:

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That wasn't their only moment at the ceremony. E! reports that during a commercial break, Stone went over to Garfield, who was talking with his dad. She interrupted the conversation to give Garfield "a massive hug" before returning to her seat. Super cute:

The two both ended their night at the Vanity Fair after-party, where Garfield had the chance to congratulate her in person...and perhaps move one step closer to that reconciliation everyone wants.

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