Sharon Stone's Celebrity Friends Are Freaking Out Over Her New Yellow Bikini Instagram

Sharon Stone's Celebrity Friends Are Freaking Out Over Her New Yellow Bikini Instagram

Sharon Stone is in full summer mode.

On Sunday, the 63-year-old Golden Globe-winning actress posted a new Instagram of herself striking a pose in a sporty yellow bikini. "Happy Summer," the Casino star captioned the fun bathing suit picture.

Within seconds, Sharon started racking up likes and positive messages in the comments section from both her fans and celebrity friends alike. Kate Hudson wrote "💛💛💛💛," while Rose McGowan noted, "You deserve all the Oscars that ever existed." Then there was Mariska Hargitay, who dropped four "🔥" emojis. Meanwhile, Leslie Jordan hilariously pointed out that Sharon's pup, Bandit, who is lurking in the background of the picture, appears to be in awe of the actress as well. "Even the dog knows you got IT," Leslie joked.

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While speaking to Town & Country this past September, Sharon acknowledged that while she's long been considered a sex symbol in Hollywood, though she does not necessarily define herself as "sexy."

"People still want to see my boobs. I’m 62! It’s like, ‘Really? Grow up!’" she joked with the magazine.

As for how she stays in shape, Sharon told The Telegraph that during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, she did 30 squats every day and lifted seven-pound lead balls while watching TV.

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In 2001, Sharon suffered a brain hemorrhage and bled in her brain for nine days. This resulted in Sharon having to learn to talk and walk again. But as she told The Hollywood Reporter in 2014, she now has a different outlook on her health. She reported then going to the gym four to five times a week, eating "clean" and not drinking alcohol.

"I actually find aging a benefit," she explained at the time. "I don’t choose to make growing older a negative. I choose to get older. Growing older is my goal."

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