After five women brought James Franco into the #MeToo conversation with accusations of power abuse and misconduct, he laid low. A good idea, considering he wouldn’t want to risk getting scalped by Scarlett Johansson at the Women’s March. Not many Hollywood actresses jumped to James’ defense; the best he got was some red carpet damage control courtesy of his sister-in-law. James finally has a co-star who is willing to come to his defense, and defend him she did.
Nowadays when an actor is promoting something, they’re usually asked about sexual harassment in Hollywood. Someone tried that with Sharon Stone, and she just responded with a fit of giggles. Continue reading
My thoughts and prayers are with whoever does Al Roker’s laundry. Because they’re going to have a bitch of a time trying to scrub out the wet butt cough he sharted into his chonies after being hit with the double platinum glamour of Sharon Stone and Mariah Carey!
When I saw that Melanie Griffith spoke on a panel with Sharon Stone on Wednesday night, I got excited thinking it was just going to be Sharon reenacting the iconic Basic Instinct snatch scene (which The Sun reached by saying she did) taking turns reenacting the Basic Instinct snatch shot and Melanie talking about Antonio Banderas’ peen. Instead, it was a serious talk where Melanie opened up about battling epilepsy and said all her ills went away as soon as she signed her divorce papers. Continue reading
Horribly mediocre actress Sharon Stone is never one to abide by rules. Sharon seems like the type of fun aunt who doesn’t want to put a bartender out, so she just reaches behind the bar and takes the bottle of Arbor Mist from the top shelf (where it belongs) and flashes the bartender a smile and says, “Put it on my tab, Biff” even though he’s told her eight times his name is actually “Chad.” Oh, Shay shay.
She’s also one of those who makes every day throwback Thursday, so she celebrated “Wayback Wednesday” yesterday by throwing up her Basic Instinct audition tape on Twitter: Continue reading
Some of the Madonna memorabilia available for auction next week include the sunglasses she wore in the Lucky Star video, pictures of Madonna rolling around on the floor with a stripper at a bachelorette party, a hair brush with her hair still in it and a pair of “personally worn panties”. However, one item in particular has got people filling their ice trays in preparation for a big ole pitcher of that sweet, sweet tea: A never before seen letter (no not that letter) penned by Madonna some time in the early 90’s in which she calls both Whitney Houston and Sharon Stone “horribly mediocre”.