Sharon Stone jokes that she attracts serial killer guys
Sharon Stone jokes that only serial killers ask her out on dates.
The 57-year-old actress is currently single, but insists she isn't short of male admirers. Sharon became a worldwide sex symbol after her appearance in the steamy 1992 movie Basic Instinct, and despite recently claiming she doesn't attract many guys, she has now admitted she often entices the wrong type.
"I have been on some dates, yes, I have," she said while appearing on US TV show Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday (03Nov15). "I said in a magazine that I don't get asked out, but I do. So many people who ask me out, they look like they may be serial killers, so you know, you've got to watch it."
In the September issue of Harper's Bazaar magazine, Sharon proved she still has a fantastic physique when she posed nude. She is mother to three adopted sons, but doesn't worry about how the risqué photoshoot may have affected them because she doesn't think they will have seen it.
"I doubt it," Sharon replied when asked if her sons looked at the issue. "They are not really big Harper's Bazaar readers!"
Host Jimmy was clearly impressed by Sharon's toned body and paid her a series of compliments about the black and white images.
"Do you ever look at yourself in the mirror and just think, 'Thank you Jesus!' Jimmy asked her, which left Sharon in a fit of giggles.
In one shot, Sharon is seen bending over wearing just a pair of high heels, and she was happy to make fun of the raunchy photo. "I just want you to know that's how I usually stand around, in heels," the blonde star quipped.
As Jimmy continued to shower Sharon with praise, the actress asked if she could regularly appear on his show because it had proved such a boost to her self-esteem. Jimmy was happy to accept Sharon's proposal, but he had one strict stipulation about her future visits.
"Of course, and you can wear the outfit from the magazine!" he cheekily suggested, referring to Sharon appearing in just a necklace and heels for the photoshoot.
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