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Emma Stone Sends Team USA Olympic Skier Nick Goepper Good Luck: Watch His Reaction

Crazy stupid crush! Breakout Olympic skier Nick Goepper received a personalized shout-out from his celebrity crush Emma Stone, and Us Weekly was there for his special moment.

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“Hi, it’s Emma,” Stone greeted the men’s slopestyle bronze medal winner in an exclusive Entertainment Tonight video. “I just wanted to say hi to Nick and good luck to all of the Winter Olympians.”

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The Spiderman star’s video message elicited the most adorable reaction from the 19-year-old athlete: “Oh, I’m a total fan of…Easy A… gorgeous gorgeous performance,” a blushing Goepper, unable to form complete sentences, muttered.

After regaining his composure, Goepper remarked, “Emma, if we ever meet up, if we ever cross paths, I’d like to hang out for five minutes, that’s all I ask.”

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Emma Stone Wishes Sochi Olympic Athletes Good Luck
Emma Stone

The slopestyle sweetheart has been quite vocal with Us about finding romance since arriving at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. Goepper previously told Us that he plans to pick one lucky female fan via social media to join him on a date. “I just want them to fall in love,” the heartthrob confessed.

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While Goepper’s global search continues, fellow Team USA slopestyle medalists (and Corn Flakes box models) Joss Christensen and Gus Kenworthy — who took gold and silver medals, respectively — found out about Stone’s video during an interview with Us senior reporter Jen Peros.

“Why the hell didn’t you say anything?!” Kenworthy asked Goepper during the Q&A.

Goepper simply responded, “I don’t know.”

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For more on the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi — including personal stories from the Team USA athletes, and tons of photos — pick up Us Weekly’s special Olympics bookazine!

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