Sharon Stone is reflecting on the death of her rumored ex Steve Bing, taking a COVID-19 test and getting struck by lightning in her teens.
The 62-year-old actress recently sat down for a remote interview with Billy Bush of Extra before her role on Saturday in “LEAD WITH LOVE: Project Angel Food Emergency Telethon,” co-presented by Eric McCormack. Recalling her 2003 partnership with the charity to auction a kiss for $ 50,000, Stone said, “We can’t be kissing everyone right now,” alluding to the coronavirus pandemic.
“No, unless you’ve had the COVID test, have you had a test?” Bush asked.
“I’ve had some evidence,” she replied. In fact, I had two tests a week and got my results yesterday because I had a fever for four days. And I had some of the symptoms like nausea … ”Stone, who self-quarantined, said her COVID-19 tests were negative.
The actress also shared a terrifying story from her childhood: she was struck by lightning.
“I was around … 17. And I had a job on Bob’s Big Boy [restaurant], “she said.” I was filling the iron with water to iron my uniform and we had our own well and the well was hit by lightning and the lightning came out through the water. And they threw me through the kitchen. My mother was there, I was crazy. They picked me up and threw … 10, 12 ft. And I hit the fridge and I was knocked out. And my mom just buckled me, just like, boom! Buckled me up and brought me around.
Stone said he had EKGs in progress at the hospital until electricity left his body. the Basic instinct Star also commented on Monday’s death of producer Steve Bing, who was rumored to be dating in the 1990s before fathering a now-teenage son named Damian with Elizabeth Hurley.
Referring to the couple as “good friends,” Bush asked the star how he had coped with Bing’s death. “It took a lot,” said Stone. “You know, he’s a complicated person that I didn’t think would always make good decisions. It is a difficult question. It is very difficult “.
This week Hurley, 55, posted photos of the former couple. “It saddens me more than believing that my ex Steve is no longer with us,” he wrote. “It is a terrible ending. Our time together was very happy and I am posting these photos because, although we go through difficult times, what matters are the good and wonderful memories of a sweet and kind man. Last year we were close again. The last time we spoke was on our son’s 18th birthday. This is devastating news …
On Saturday, Damian wrote to his Instagram followers: “I would like to thank you all again for your overwhelming kindness in recent days. Your love and support have helped me a lot during this difficult time. ”
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