Joanne Armstrong: What has been the weridest thing a fan has ever given you?
Emma: I haven't really been given anything that weird. Compared to Alyson getting a horse, it's not really a comparison.
Being misquoted or being the victim of fraud which I was recently are serious downsides to being famous.
I did a signing in Australia and a magazine wanted to do a follow up piece with me to tie in their previous interview and I've done so many, I thought sure.
Then I came to find out that I had never done an interview with them and they'd gone and printed a whole false interview with someone who claimed to be me, from a crazed fan who had enough information to pass off as me.
She said she had the fax in hard copy and I asked to see them and it wasn't even my handwriting. Nobody knew anything about it. It turned out that the freak was at the convention and was hoping to see me.
That was weird. To be so delusional that falsifying a whole interview and tricking a magazine and presenting an image of me that was totally untrue. Especially as I had to explain it all at the signing.
Deepal Parmar: Will you be visiting the UK or doing any signings here?
Emma: I have no immediate plans but I'd love to come back and visit for a little while.