Sharon Stone, 64, stuns in revealing forest green gown

May 25, 2022

Sharon Stone, 64, has once again got fans talking after she stepped out in a stunning floor length floral green gown embezzled with detailed gem work and topped off with an extravagant mid-length train for the annual Cannes Film Festival.

However, what really got fans hot and heavy was the dress’s revealing thigh-split, showing off Stone’s incredibly toned legs and age-defying physique.

Stone paired the outfit with a posh coiffed hairstyle, large oval shaped drop earrings and matching forest green velvet stilettos as she strut around the red carpet looking the picture of graceful ageing.

The Basic Instinct star wasn’t shy for cameras as she posed elegantly, hand on hip, as paparazzi scrambled to get their shot of the sexy Sharon Stone.

Stone was pictured posing alongside famed American actress, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Twilight star, Kristen Stewart and Stone’s goddaughter, New York model, Helena Gatsby, amongst other well-known celebrities.


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This isn’t the first time Stone has stunned onlookers with her bold sense of style, having previously stepped out in a number of show-stopping outfits.

In late 2021, Stone looked an absolute picture in a black figure-hugging midi dress. Featuring a saucy low cut detail and a mesh panel across the bust accentuating her breasts with a strappy design and a daringly high thigh split.

Earlier this year, Stone took to Instagram to post a sexy throwback compilation of her iconic onscreen romance with co-star Michael Douglas, 77 in the 1992 hit film Basic Instinct as she celebrated 30 years since the film’s initial release.

Stone captioned the raunchy images, “This weekend is Basic Instinct’s 30th Anniversary. Thank you to @michaelkirkdouglas #PaulVerhoeven @studiocanal for all the great memories”.


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Last year, Stone released an intimate memoir about her life titled, The Beauty of Living Twice, where she revealed some devastating truths about her childhood.

Despite her traumatic past, Stone told Rake Magazine she would not conform to the misguided expectations inflicted on her in her younger years.

“To be expected to be the perfect one, the one that doesn’t complain, the one that does everything exactly right all the time, and the one that will do it without any acknowledgement, is really boring,” Stone said.

“To be the silent co-dependent shut-the-f**k-up girl is not a healthy role.”

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