The "Scream Queens" star covers the November issue of Teen Vogue, where she opens up about some of the positive friendships she's developed and sheds light on some of her more toxic relationships.
While Emma plays a rather catty character on the Fox show, she says that the whole "Scream Queens" cast is super tight.
"Shooting down here is like summer camp with all of us…. We're always texting each other; we pick each other up for work; we go get pizza or coffee together. It doesn't feel like I'm just going to work every morning," she tells the mag.
The self-described "girl's girl" likewise says she's never had a better group of friends than she does today.
"I'm finally at a point in my life where I feel like I have the group of friends that I always dreamed of having that I know I can support and trust and that make me feel confident," she reveals.
But that hasn't always been the case for the "American Horror Story" star. "When I was a teenager I was surrounding myself with friends who were talking behind everyone's back and starting drama,” Emma says.
"People do get competitive and fake, and it didn't make me feel good…. I think it's hard for any girl growing up—you definitely find out who your friends are," she adds.
But it sounds like everything in Emma's world has come full-circle -- she's enjoying every second of life right now.
"Every day I go home and feel very accomplished," she admits. "A lot of times you go home from work and think, Oh, I should have done this differently. I'm just trying to live every day and not wish I had done something differently."
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