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When it comes to ageing, we all know a different set of rules applies to the rich and famous in Hollywood.

There are some actors who haven’t aged a day in 20 years – Paul Rudd, we’re looking at you – and there are others whose ‘live fast, die young’ attitude has accelerated the ageing process by decades.

Sharon Stone, an actress who is firmly in Paul Rudd’s camp, has sent the internet into a total tailspin this weekend after sharing a snap of herself appearing to bathe in the fountain of youth.

Bare-faced with her hair slicked back, Sharon rocked a string bikini with all the confidence of a woman 40 years her junior, and her followers have had a field day.

 

It's so hot today! #summer16 #staycool

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From marriage proposals to declarations of love, the Basic Instinct star – whose star rose immeasurably after THAT infamous scene – was inundated with comments from Instagram users stunned by the star’s youthful appearance.

“Wow amazing, naturally beautiful you hardly see that these days,” wrote one while another gushed: “Omg I wish I look this good when I'm 56. Sharon, you're slayin it!!!”

“Wow Sharon you are amazing, and I hate to say the age word but beyond amazing for your age,” added another of the star’s 136,000 followers.

28 or 58, that woman looks amazing full stop.

 

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Sharon Stone is certainly not afraid to bare it all on the latest cover of Harper’s Bazaar magazine.

The 57-year old Basic Instinct actress has gone completely nude, except for a fabulous pair of Jimmy Choos along with jewellery from Tiffany & Co.

In the interview with the magazine Sharon talks about her preference for using fillers rather than go under the knife.

She explains that after she suffered a stroke in 2001, she uses the fillers on her face as part of the area was left damaged. Sharon spent nine days in an intensive care unit after the stroke.

Following her release she said that it took her two years to recover her ability to speak and walk as she used to. Speaking about using the fillers Sharon said:

“It’s so common now for people to use fillers, it’s almost like a beauty treatment… It’s a far better alternative to having your face cut apart and looking like you got sucked into a wind tunnel.”

She also talked in-depth about her struggle to return to full health after her stroke.

Her doctors had diagnosed her with a ruptured vertebral artery and she recalls how the stroke changed her entire life.

“My brain isn’t sitting where it used to, my body type changed, even my food allergies are different.”

Her speech was also affected and she worked with a speech therapist to correct a stutter which she had developed. She says that the ordeal was difficult but left “more emotionally intelligent.” During her recovery her marriage to journalist Phil Bronstein broke down and the pair divorced in 2004. She also lost custody of their adopted, then 8-year old son, Roan to Phil. 

Since then she says that she is getting her life back in track, but she feel her love life is a little lacklustre, she tells the magazine: 

"I don't think men realize that I'm flirting. They just think, Oh, she's fun!" She wonders, apparently;  "Do you think people even realise I'm straight? I think they have questions about it because I have so many lesbian friends right now."

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Academy award-nominated actress Sharon Stone has been left devastated by the death of her twenty-two-year-old nephew, Colin, this month.

Colin, who reportedly died from a heroin overdose, was found in his apartment on November 10th. His apartment manager, who was carrying out a welfare check, raised the alarm after discovering the body.

Sharon is struggling to come to terms with the tragedy, with a source close to the family saying: “Sharon is devastated. Years ago, she helped Colin’s dad- her brother, Michael- get his life back on track after serving time for selling drugs. Michael was able to escape a life of drugs- unfortunately, his son was not.”

Speaking about the tragic passing on Wednesday, Colin’s family said: “Colin was a wonderful talented son. Unfortunately he had an addiction bigger than himself. He will be greatly missed.”

The grieving actress, who is currently in Paris, was filming Life on the Line with John Travolta when she was informed of her nephew’s untimely death.

Colin’s family, in their official statement, said : “Our prayers go out to all families coping with children facing addiction.”

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The likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and other famous stars were left “stunned”, after Justin Bieber apparently donated $545,000 at a charity gala for AIDS last night.

The amFAR Charity Gala was being held at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc outside Cannes, France this week.

Apparently during the auction a man pledged $545,000, when Justin decided to quietly match the offer.

The generous gesture apparently left the likes of Leonardo Di Caprio, Heidi Klum and Sharon Stone “stunned” by his actions.

Justin was even questioned if he was serious about his pledge to which he told organisers he felt like doing something good.

While that was a big amount, it was nowhere near one bidder, who apparently pledged up to $1 million just to spend some time with the gorgeous Leo.

But it was all worth it, as $38 million was raised overall, which is supposed to be a new record amount for the fancy charity event.

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Actress Sharon Stone was reportedly rushed to hospital during a recent trip to Brazil.

The 53 year-old was hosting an AIDS research benefit gala when she fell ill.

There is much speculation surrounding the circumstances of why the actress was taken to hospital but there are reports it may have been a stroke.

Thankfully, following two days in a hospital in Brazil, the actress was feeling better and even managed to attend an event this week.

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