Then there were the enterprising women who were scanning replies, hoping to pick up some of Stone's wannabe beaus.
@WelshGriffiths @sharonstone @bumble or me trying to get with the attractive men trying to get with sharon stone
— Amy Harber, queen of all social media ;) (@Amy Harber, queen of all social media ;))
However, the window to woo Sharon Stone is closing imminently; Bumble’s editorial director spotted the tweet and quickly rectified the problem. Warning: do not expect similar treatment if you’ve won less than one (1) Emmy award.
It’s not the first time Stone has made allusions to desiring a taste of the “normal life”. In an October 2019 interview with Allure magazine, the star implied she gets lonely, saying it’s hard to make friends when you’re famous.
“I miss people inviting me over for dinner, inviting me to do things,” she told the interviewer at the time.
“Most famous people spend a lot of time alone [...] I'm desperate to call Margo Martindale and be like, "I really want you to come over and have dinner with me because I think you're the greatest. But I don't want you to think I'm psycho."