Sharon Stone, 63, shows off her sensational figure in striking shoot

Sharon Stone, 63, shows off her sensational figure in a leggy halter dress and sheer gown as she poses for striking shoot

She has sent shockwaves through Hollywood with the bombshell revelations in her new memoir.

And Sharon Stone ensured she’d keep people talking as she posed for a stunning spread in L’Officiel magazine.

The 63-year-old actress was a vision of beauty as she modelled three striking looks for a desert-themed shoot. 

Stunning: Sharon Stone ensured she’d keep people talking as she posed for a stunning spread in L’Officiel magazine after the release of her shocking new memoir

For the stunning cover shot, Sharon looked phenomenal in an orange halter neck dress that clung to her curves. 

The garment featured a racy braided skirt that showcased her tanned and toned pins while she posed up a storm for the camera. 

Another sizzling look was a sheer black gown with tassel detailing on the sleeve. 

Working her angles for the camera, the Basic Interest star looked like had stepped straight off the runway for the shot. 

A final look saw Sharon model a sharp black trouser suit that she teamed with an oversized white hat. 

Wow: Another sizzling look was a sheer black gown with tassel detailing. Working her angles for the camera, the Basic Interest star looked like had stepped straight off the runway

Suits her! A final look saw Sharon model a sharp black trouser suit that she teamed with an oversized white hat 

Sharon’s stunning shoot comes after she published her new memoir, The Beauty Of Living Twice. 

Read all about it: Sharon’s stunning shoot comes after she publushed her new memoir, The Beauty Of Living Twice 

In the time, Sharon recounts the making of her Nineties western The Quick And The Dead, and what it took for her to convince the studio behind the film to cast a then 21-year-old Leonardo DiCaprio.

The Oscar nominee served both as star and co-producer of the film, and went as far as paying the rising star’s salary herself when TriStar Pictures balked. 

In her memoir, published Tuesday, Sharon writes:

‘This kid named Leonardo DiCaprio was the only one who nailed the audition. In my opinion he was the only one who came in and cried, begging his father to love him as he died in the scene.

Sharon continued to say that TriStar was hesitant, and asked asked her, ‘”Why an unknown, Sharon, why are you always shooting yourself in the foot?” 

‘The studio said if I wanted him so much, I could pay him out of my own salary,’ she concluded. ‘So I did.’

It should be noted that The Quick And The Dead came out in 1995, which was two years before box office behemoth Titanic – the film that cemented DiCaprio as a legendary Hollywood megastar.

Flashback: In her new book, Sharon reveals she had to convince the studio to cast Leonardo DiCaprio in her 90s western The Quick And The Dead

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