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Sharon Stone is stunning in her 60s, and the internet is here for it.
The blond beauty, who rose to superstardom in the classic thriller Basic Instinct, shared a sultry photo of herself on her Instagram page on Saturday. The photo shows the Oscar-nominated star soaking up the sun while dressed in a Dolce & Gabbana knee-length black skirt, matching bustier and elbow-length gloves.
In her caption, Stone thanked the Italian designers "for always spoiling me."
Naturally, Stone's toned physique and trademark confidence earned rave reviews on social media. Kate Hudson, Ava DuVernay, Nancy Sinatra and Vera Wang were among those complimenting her look, while Call Me Kat star Leslie Jordan commented "Va va voom."
This isn't the first time Stone, who will turn 63 later this week, has earned praise for steamy shots on the internet. Back in December, the actress showed off her legs while posing in lingerie, writing, "I am not only astounded but grateful that I am still modeling at 62."
Stone revealed last year that not everyone was eager to see her as a sex symbol as she worked to gain fame as an actress. In 2019, she told Vogue Portugal that film executives initially claimed she wasn't attractive enough to appear on screen.
"Studio executives sat around a large table and discussed" whether she was sexually attractive or not, said Stone, who posed topless for the magazine's cover. "They thought I was not."
As a response to their negative opinions, Stone decided to post semi-nude in Playboy. It was a decision that helped catapult her to superstardom.
“I gave this some hard thought as I wanted to work, so I did a strategically planned semi-naked Playboy shoot. Did I fit the part? Obviously not," said Stone who said she "used her brain" to figure out how to appear attractive enough. "So no, is the answer. I didn’t and I don’t [feel like a sex symbol].”
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