Let Her Buzz In Peace
Sharon Stone just wants to get back to bumbling.
The actress says she had an account on the dating site Bumble, but that she was blocked because administrators thought it was a fake account.
Why would the Sharon Stone ever need to use a dating site? Well it turns out she does, and she went on Twitter to complain.
Stone's Just Like the Rest Of Us
“I went on the @bumble dating sight and they closed my account. Some users reported that it couldn’t possibly be me! Hey @bumble, is being me exclusionary? Don’t shut me out of the hive," she wrote.
Stone also shared a picture of Bumble's message to her, since they didn't believe an actual successful actress would want to use a dating site to find love.
Stone has been married twice. Her first marriage was to producer Michael Greenburg from 1984 to 1990. In 1998 she married journalist Phil Bronstein, but they divorced in 2004.
Her Choice Will Probably Not Be On Twitter
People on social media of course had a field day with this news.
"Sorry, we've fallen for the whole 'Sharon Stone' routine a million times... not gonna happen again," wrote @FightIdiocracy.
"They figured mere mortals could not keep up with you," said @JoeLeydon.
This was also an opportunity for people to share who they think Stone should hook up with, though it's safe to say her choices will be none of the people who are publicly seeking her out.
@MicheleEGwynn tweeted to Stone:"I have a single brother. He's not famous, but he is ex-Navy and saves lives every day in the cardiac cath lab. Yeah, I'm pimping out my brother...lol He is a nice guy though. And very tall!"
"Sharon, you should stop wasting time on apps and just hit up@trrvvb. He’s just the kind of young, brilliant, creative type I could see you with," said @fanny_omaha.
Bumble Eventually Got Her Back Out There
Actress Frances Fisher also tweeted out her sadness that Stone was just trying to find someone to love and was denied.
"There’s no hope for the rest of us I guess...Let us know how it shakes out @sharonstone 😘," Fisher wrote her.
Bumble realized their bumble and reinstated Stone. Clare O'Connor, editorial director at Bumble, reached out on Stone's Twitter to say everything was back to normal.
"AHA! @sharonstone, we at @bumble found your account, unblocked you, and ensured this won't happen again. You can get back to Bumbling! Thanks for bearing with us and hope you find your honey.🐝"
"Oh to be a bee on the wall at the marketing meeting happening right now! 🐝 🕵️♂️," replied @MrLeeMason.