Skip to comments.At 52, Sharon Stone is still smoking hot in a bikini
Posted on 10/18/2010 7:46:19 PM PDT by TSgt
She's best known for that scene in Basic Instinct - and it appears that Sharon Stone still lives by the maxim if you've got it, flaunt it, on the set of a recent movie.
The star stripped down to a tiny bikini in low-budget comedy Five Bucks A Day, directed by Calendar Girls and Made In Dagenham British film maker Nigel Cole.
In fact, the budget seems to have been so low that the props department couldn't afford to loan Sharon a handbag.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
Three decades pass and none of us are the same. That’s life, and it goes by so fast.
Heh, I had to explain that one to my son the other day. He just had a knowing smile.
OMG, my stomach hurts!! That is sooo funny!
Oh man. I remember her and Demi Moore bitching how they could not get any parts and as women get older they get frozen out etc etc. Demi spent like $450,000 for plastic surgery and everything to try to get more work.
Well when they were young, they were freezing out older women from acting parts. Hollywood is a nasty miserable place. If you are not in with the right lib crowd and if you don’t scream “Bush Hitler” and other inane lib crap like Ashton Kutcher and other idiots - you don’t get work.
You know there comes a time when the FAIR has closed for the evening...
She has been closed down for ten years now. Say good night Sharon. Please??
Not fat does not equal hot, it just equals not fat.
I'd hit it.
I think your math is off .
she is 62 or so.
I met Sharon Stone in 1984. She and Richard Chamberlain were in Harare, Zimbabwe, making “King Solomon’s Mines.” She was really hot 26 years ago. They came by the Marine House one Sunday afternoon. Chamberlain and I were selected to be judges in a chili cookoff.
Somewhere in Beverly Hills, an orthodontist of the kid of an unnamed plastic surgeon is grateful that Sharon Stone still craves headlines. She’s spent many hours under the knife.
Have at it, Laz.
I met a couple of those guys back in the day. They belonged to the Rhodesian Light Infantry. The were associated with D Squadron of 22 SAS. Guy told me that for their “final exam,” they rode an Alouette or a Puma chopper deep into the bush. They were given nine days to make it back to HQS with only what they could carry. If they made it back, they were awarded their badges. I read about one candidate who was gored by an elephant, yet made it back to Salisbury. Before he reported to HQS for medical attention, he stopped off at a pub for a pint of beer.
that was gross ... :-)
My late dad was a Marine from 1943 to 1965. In WWII, he said his job was to sneak onto enemy-held islands in a rubber raft (usually from a submarine) and set-up the commo for the incoming invasion units, while the Navy frogmen took sand & soil samples and did a recon.
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