Emma Stone credited for contributing 'oddities' to new Taylor Swift song 'Florida!!!'

But what does that mean???

Taylor Swift's new album, The Tortured Poets Department, features several collaborators that fans might expect — Jack Antonoff, Aaron Dessner, Florence Welch, Post Malone. But one is sure to surprise them: Emma Stone.

In the liner notes for the singer's new track "Florida!!! (feat. Florence + The Machine)," one Emily Jean Stone — the two-time Oscar winner's real name — is credited with "oddities." It's the only credit like that on the album.

So what does it mean? It's still a mystery, but EW has reached out to representatives for Stone and Swift for more details.

It's possible that Stone was around for some of Swift's recording sessions and unleashed a few "odd" noises that made their way into the final product. But when guests contribute talking, vocals, or cheering, the album's credits usually note that. For instance, on the track "I Can Do It With a Broken Heart," a man's voice can be heard counting, and its credits read, "talking by Oli Jacobs."

Kevin Winter/Getty Images Taylor Swift and Emma Stone at the premiere of 'Easy A' in 2010
Kevin Winter/Getty Images Taylor Swift and Emma Stone at the premiere of 'Easy A' in 2010

Regardless, it's a fun little Easter egg in an oeuvre already chock-full of them. And it's not the first time that Stone, Swift's longtime friend, has shown up in the pop star's music.

"When Emma Falls in Love," one of the newer vault tracks from Swift's re-recorded album Speak Now (Taylor's Version), is a sweet ode to a pal Swift clearly admires. Several little clues in the song seem to point to it being Stone, which Entertainment Weekly broke down when it was released.

The two became friends in 2008 after meeting at the Young Hollywood Awards, and over the years they have taken turns publicly supporting each other at events, including this year's Golden Globes. Swift could be seen cheering loudly when Stone won the trophy for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy, for her role in Poor Things. When asked about Swift's reaction backstage later that night, Stone hilariously quipped, "What an a--hole, am I right?"

Meanwhile, Stone was seen attending Swift's Eras Tour last year. "The concert was pretty amazing,” she told Vanity Fair. “I’ve known [Swift] since we were 17 and 18, so she hooked me up, which was very nice ’cause I know those tickets are impossible to get.”

Calling Swift "an amazing friend," Stone added, "The amount of sheer stamina to do three and a half hours and perform 44 songs and to maintain the extreme energy of the audience — I’ve never seen anything like it."

The Tortured Poets Department — featuring Emily Jean Stone's little "oddities" — is out now.

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