Having quite the exciting time during her weekend in the snowy paradise of Park City, Emma Roberts packed in a full day of activity at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday (January 21).
The “Hotel for Dogs” darling spent the afternoon visiting the Burton Lounge at Park City Mountain Resort, where she strapped on a snowboard and hit the slopes – having a good laugh as she took a few spills along the way.
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Later in the evening, Emma changed up outfits and took to the second day of T-Mobile Presents Google Music at TAO to catch performances by Vintage Trouble and The Whigs.
Having premiered her new movie “Celeste and Jesse Forever” the previous night, Emma spoke with MTV News about her character in the film, saying, “I got to bring together every pop star and mold it into one person. [But] my hair is definitely Ke$ha. I have these fabulous long, blond, slightly ratty extensions. I miss those dearly.”
Also showing off her singing abilities in the motion picture, Roberts told, “We recorded a song that Rashida [Jones] co-wrote with a bunch of people, and it’s just wildly entertaining and inappropriate and it’s kind of a dance anthem. It was fun. You know when you listen to songs and they yell at you to have fun? That’s kind of what we decided to do, because I love being yelled at to have fun and dance!”
Fully immersing herself in the Park City happenings, Emma Roberts was among the stars in the spotlight during Day Two of the Sundance Film Festival on Friday (January 20).
The 20-year-old actress hit the Eccles Center Theatre stage for the premiere of her new movie “Celeste and Jesse Forever” while joined by co-stars Sunny Levine, Lee Nelson, Elijah Wood, Chris Messina, Jennifer Todd, Will McCormack, Rashida Jones, Andy Samberg, Eric Christian Olsen and Rebecca Dayan.
With director Lee Toland Krieger also on-hand, the group’s movie tells the tale of “a divorcing couple trying to maintain their friendship while they both pursue other people.”
Along with the premiere event, Miss Roberts also made stops at Kari Feinstein’s Style Lounge, as well as the T-Mobile Google Music Village at The Lift and the Getty Images Portrait Studio.