Emma Stone may be content in not having a social media presence, but the Hollywood star is changing that with a special dance performance on Instagram for charity. The Oscar-winning actress will take over the Child Mind Institute’s Instagram page on Saturday to show off her best moves for #SweatFest to raise funds for the organisation amid the coronavirus pandemic. All proceeds will benefit the Child Mind Institute’s efforts in providing online groups, phone consultations and comprehensive resources for children and their families. The star keeps off social media but appeared on fiancé Dave McCary’s Instagram page last year as the couple confirmed their engagement. Speaking previously about why she isn’t on Instagram or Twitter, Stone explained to Elle US: “It makes me so crazy to look at social media. When you see people like, ‘This is the best life ever! I couldn’t be happier,’ you’re like, ‘Shut up, that is not true.’ “Not everything comes together in the best way ever, every day. It just doesn’t. Even when your dream you set out for comes true, it’s not always perfect… That’s not the reality of life.” Meanwhile, Stone will return to the big screen playing iconic villain Cruella de Vil in Disney’s prequel to 101 Dalmatians, directed by I, Tonya’s Craig Gillespie.