AceShowbiz - Sharon Stone has defied aging at the age of 65. Making use of her social media account, the "Basic Instinct" actress proudly flaunted how toned her body is as she posed for a picture wearing only a skimpy bikini.
On Wednesday, May 24, the veteran actress took to Instagram to let out a mirror selfie of herself. She was wearing an animal print green bikini bra with black dots that had a stamp of DG, which stands for Dolce Gabbana, on it. She completed the look with a pair of black shades, her wavy short blonde hair and a red lipstick.
From the post, it could be seen that Sharon was posing in front of a huge mirror in what seemed to be the living room of her Beverly Hills mansion. A huge framed photo of her favorite actress Marilyn Monroe laying on a bed covered in white sheets could also be seen in the background. Accompanying the selfie post was her simple caption that read, "Ready for summer."
Sharon's mirror selfie did not take long to receive positive responses from her 3.5 million followers. A number of her fellow Hollywood stars were also among those flooding the comments section of her post. One in particular was "White Oleander" actress Michelle Pfeiffer who simply threw in a slew of flame emojis.
"The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills" star Lisa Rinna and "Citadel" actress Priyanka Chopra also shared similar reactions by posting flame emojis in the comment section. Whitney Cummings, on the other hand, jokingly declared, "I'm gay."
Sharon's bikini selfie came out a few months after she claimed that she faced "300 men" on the set of "Basic Instinct". At the New York Women In Film & Television’s 43rd annual Muse Awards, she stated, "We should think a lot more about what women can do."
"When I would go to the ('Basic Instinct') set there would be 300 men, and my hair and makeup and dressers were men, when I was doing sex scenes," she went on to recall. "It was all men and me."
"And sometimes I could ask the wardrobe supervisor, who may be a woman, if she wouldn't mind staying on set while I did that. Well, things have changed, and there are women in film now, and I am really grateful," she added.