Sharon Stone should probably put down the crack pipe because it’s making her lose her damn mind. Apparently she thinks Kim Kardashian is a “smart cookie,” a title she’s earned by making millions upon millions of dollars by selling herself like a prostitute in every arena that will take her. I mean, uh, successfully releasing several product lines, being on reality TV, etc. (GOD, MAKE IT STOP!) Read more at Evil Beet Gossip…
Have you guys seen the hot piece of boho man water Sharon Stone is spending her time with? Martin Mica is a 27-year-old Argentinian model, which means he was only six when Sharon Stone was spreading her legs on the big screen in “Basic Instinct.” Get it, girl. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
So … it looks like Sharon Stone had a good Memorial Day Weekend. The actress has been enjoying time with her new dude, 27-year-old Argentinean model Martin Mica. They literally seem to be head over heels for each other. It’s the kind of love that makes you wanna break out in a spontaneous yoga poses! That’s something special. The two engaged in some hardcore frolicking on Venice Beach yesterday. Click through to see more of their carefree day at the beach. I’m not even gonna bring up their age difference because A) Who cares? and B) I support people in states of pure, unadulterated bliss. I’m nothing but happy for them (and slightly jealous). [Photos: FameFlynet]
Katherine Heigl, you need to get your business straight, girl. Is this outfit a cry for help? Did you accidentally burn your stylist while you were trying to light your Pall Mall one day? Please tell us. Because if you continue on this way, we see only one terrible thing in your future… Keep reading »
“Love is like the ocean. Sometimes the tide is in and sometimes the tide is out, and sometimes it’s like the frigging Mojave . . . Fortunately, I like the desert. I’m a desert flower.”
—Sharon Stone‘s wise words in the latest issue of More [NY Post] Keep reading »
“I think that’s why Meryl Streep is working so much, because she looks like a woman we can all relate to. I look at her and I think, ‘I’m chasing my kids, I’ve moved my parents in with me, I’m coping with food spills — that looks like me in real life’. Meryl looks like an unmade bed. That’s what I look like. To me, that looks true.”
— Sharon Stone in an interview with British magazine Tatler [via US Weekly] Keep reading »
“You people need to go for American breakfast. No wonder everyone’s so thin … They need pancakes.”
—Sharon Stone, addressing a movie theater full of people in Japan about her new jewelry line. Evidently, she wasn’t pleased with the traditional smoked fish breakfast she had that morning. And didn’t get the memo that most folks don’t like to be addressed as “you people.” [WWD] Keep reading »
There’s been plenty of talk of airbrushing in the news this week, and we have no doubt that 51-year-old Sharon Stone‘s bod was given the same treatment for this Paris Match cover. They certainly didn’t skimp on the body oil, that’s for damn sure. In spite of all of Stone’s cuckoo banana antics (or maybe because of them), we still kind of love her, and agree that in general, despite the Botox, boob jobs and who knows what else, she looks pretty smokin’. That said, do you find it to be totally effed that being “body confident at age 50!” basically has to involve plastic surgery — you know, in the celebrity magazine world, anyway? Maybe in addition to airbrushing labels, there should be plastic surgery warnings slapped on ads and glossy spreads, too.
Uhrm yeah, I guess that’s all we really have to say here, except one also might add that if you’re gonna get a boob job, this seems like a fairly tasteful size, no? Keep reading »
African-American women may spend almost eight billion dollars a year on beauty products and cosmetics but they still can’t get no satisfaction. That’s what a new study by Essence magazine revealed. During a breakfast conference at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York this week, a panel, which included Essence’s beauty editor Mikki Taylor and legendary makeup artist Same Fine, discussed the findings.
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