In Scream Queens, Emma is Chanel, a tyrannical sorority president determined to make her pledges' lives hell.
Emma takes cues from those who've walked before her and owns every red carpet she sets foot on. If that doesn't incite a little bit a jealousy, nothing will.
The American Horror Story obsession is here to stay, and Emma Roberts fueled said obsession by lighting up the small screen in two very successful seasons: American Horror Story: Coven and American Horror Story: Freak Show.
Life tip No. 175: If you find a mermaid in a local swimming pool, don't freak out too much. Emma learned this lesson when she starred in the film Aquamarine as Claire.
Her shocked face is on point, but Emma's not running! She had a scary good time at the Scream Queens premiere and screening in Los Angeles.
Emma's first big role came thanks to Nickelodeon. She played Addie on Unfabulous, a show about a semi-nerdy, guitar-playing 13-year-old just trying to make it through middle school. Emma's portrayal was so lovable that it scored her a Teen Choice Award nomination.
Emma had the cheerful honor of joining the cast of Family Guy for one episode. She played Chris Griffin's sweet travel pal Amanda Barrington.
In We're The Millers, Emma was a hoodlum pick-pocket- turned-world's greatest daughter (who was in it for the money). The hilarious film also starred Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis.
In 2007, Emma refreshed a classic character when she took on the role of Nancy Drew in a film of the same name. She showed us how to work a magnifying glass like a magic wand, and for that we are forever grateful.
Much like her spell-binding role as Madison in American Horror Story: Coven, Emma's attitude brings a desirable element to her roles. It certainly helps that she's perfected the sweltering stare.
Emma and her American Horror Story co-stars Evan Peters and Gabourey Sidibe can't help but exude excellence.
Emma played Johnny Depp's daughter in the film Blow, which was pretty awesome for the then 10-year-old. It was one of her first films and she portrayed George Jung's young daughter, Kristina, in the heartbreaking film based on a true story.
Emma joined a power-packed cast (which included her famous aunt, Julia Roberts) as a teen learning to decipher the difference between lust and love in the romantic comedy Valentine's Day.
At the Scream Queens premiere event, Emma was nestled within one of the sexiest casts on television today.
Sure, you'll catch Emma on Fox's Scream Queens, but that's not all she's up to. She is currently filming Nerve with Juliette Lewis, Dave Franco, and Orange Is The New Black star Kimiko Glenn.
On top of Nerve, Emma will appear in the upcoming romantic comedy Ashby, starring Sarah Silverman and Mickey Rourke, which looks amazing. The Emma Roberts envy shows no sign of stopping, folks!