Sharon Stone, 66, breaks down in TEARS during very emotional moment as she names the people she would risk her life for: ‘They get me and I get them’

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Sharon Stone broke down in tears when talking about the people she admires so much she would risk her life to walk with them in a new interview shared on Friday.

The iconic blonde beauty said she felt overjoyed when she started working with peacemakers she had always looked up to.

The 66-year-old star’s goal was to help others with her celebrity and it was working. She has also won a Nobel Peace prize: In 2013, Stone received the Peace Summit Award for her work for people with HIV/AIDS.

In a new interview with Alex Salmond for Turkish Tea Talk, Sharon got emotional as she said she loved the people she got to meet in her role as a global humanitarian.

The silver screen goddess teared up talking about being able to spend time with peacemakers she admired like Betty Helena Williams, a Welsh Labour politician.

‘These people are so courageous… suddenly I was like I am in the right goddamn room, these are my people, I would stand in the street with these people, I would risk my life with these people, they get me and I get them,’ said the star through her tears.

‘It took 35 years but I am in the right room,’ she said about working with her heroes. 

Sharon Stone broke down in tears when talking about making a difference for others in the world when she was interviewed by Alex Salmond for Turkish Tea Talk this week

The iconic blonde beauty said she felt overjoyed when she started working with peacemakers she had always looked up to

The iconic blonde beauty said she felt overjoyed when she started working with peacemakers she had always looked up to

The Oscar nominee seen at the 2024 Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on March 10, 2024 in Beverly Hills

The Oscar nominee seen at the 2024 Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on March 10, 2024 in Beverly Hills

It was almost 35 years ago that she got her initial taste of fame when she made her first massive film, Total Recall with Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1990.

Basic Instinct came out in 1992.

‘I never told people here in LA that I even went to get a Nobel Prize… I thought how can I tell people in the movie business that I won a Nobel prize?’ she cried about the 2013 win.

Stone also touched on mental health and how so many people need help in her wide-ranging interview.

‘We are all trying to confront our demons, including me,’ she said, noting one in 10 people are suffering which was highlighted by COVID-19 lockdown when so many had to spend time alone.

The Sliver star said being empathetic is very important and presented Nelson Mandela as an example.

Much of the interview was about her new career as a top painter. 

She spends 17 hours a day painting in her Los Angeles mansion, and her work is being taken seriously. Her first painting sold for $30,000.

When asked by Alex why she paints, Sharon said: ‘I was really thinking about this the other day… I was thinking about how rarely women get to be what they want to be,’ she shared.

‘I loved to paint growing up,’ said the Beauty Of Living Twice author who was raised in Pennsylvania.

‘When I was in college I was 15, I was in an advanced study program, and I went on a writing scholarship, and I loved to write and I loved to paint, and I didn’t want to go home during summer break, and I studied painting during the summers, I loved water colors.’

The 66-year-old star’s goal was to help others with her celebrity and it was working. She has also won a Nobel Peace prize: In 2013, Stone received the Peace Summit Award for her work for people with HIV /AIDS

Sharon got emotional as she said she loved the people she got to meet in her role as a global humanitarian. The silver screen goddess teared up talking about being able to spend time with peacemakers she admired like Betty Helena Williams, a Welsh Labour politician

Sharon got emotional as she said she loved the people she got to meet in her role as a global humanitarian. The silver screen goddess teared up talking about being able to spend time with peacemakers she admired like Betty Helena Williams, a Welsh Labour politician

‘These people are so courageous… suddenly I was like I am in the right God damn room, these are my people, I would stand in the street with these people, I would risk my life with these people, they get me and I get them,’ said the star through her tears

'It took 35 years but I am in the right room,' she said about working with her heroes

‘It took 35 years but I am in the right room,’ she said about working with her heroes

It was almost 35 years ago that she got her initial taste of fame when she made her first massive film, Total Recall with Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1990. Basic Instinct came out in 1992

It was almost 35 years ago that she got her initial taste of fame when she made her first massive film, Total Recall with Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1990. Basic Instinct came out in 1992

Stone said she was happy in college because she studied what she wanted. Now she is returning to an old love. 

The ex of Phil Bronstein also noted that she decided to paint just because ‘I wanted to.’ And she loves that painting allows her to be the boss.

Stone also remarked that she is fond of Japanese artists because of the ‘discipline used to tell a story.’

When it came to movies, the Oscar nominated star said that she would like women to be treated the same as men, and have equal pay and a ‘fair shake’ and to be seen by the ‘quality of their work.’

Stone also shared that no matter how many characters she has played, people want to remember her as the sexy killer Catherine Tramell from Basic Instinct, and that can be challenging.

She spends 17 hours a day painting. When asked by Alex why she paints, Sharon said: 'I was really thinking about this the other day... I was thinking about how rarely women get to be what they want to be,' she shared

She spends 17 hours a day painting. When asked by Alex why she paints, Sharon said: ‘I was really thinking about this the other day… I was thinking about how rarely women get to be what they want to be,’ she shared

'I loved to painting growing up,' said the Beauty Of Living Twice author. 'When I was in college I was 15, I was in an advanced study program, and I went on a writing scholarship, and I loved to write and I loved to paint, and I didn't want to go home during summer break, and I studied painting during the summers, I loved water colors'

‘I loved to painting growing up,’ said the Beauty Of Living Twice author. ‘When I was in college I was 15, I was in an advanced study program, and I went on a writing scholarship, and I loved to write and I loved to paint, and I didn’t want to go home during summer break, and I studied painting during the summers, I loved water colors’

Here is a look at one of her paintings. The ex of Phil Bronstein also noted that she decided to paint just because 'I wanted to.' And she loves that painting allows her to be the boss. She also said she loves Japanese artist because of the 'discipline used to tell a story and understand that has to be free'

Here is a look at one of her paintings. The ex of Phil Bronstein also noted that she decided to paint just because ‘I wanted to.’ And she loves that painting allows her to be the boss. She also said she loves Japanese artist because of the ‘discipline used to tell a story and understand that has to be free’

During her interview, she also revealed that she had a lifelong interest in working with Robert De Niro.

When she was only 19 she met him during her birthday party in NYC. ‘He was my dream,’ she said. Decades later Stone was cast as his hustler wife Ginger McKenna in the epic 1995 film Casino from director Martin Scorsese.

As far as working again in Hollywood, she said the part would have to be ‘really good.’ And in the future, she may visit Scotland, she told host Salmond; he said he would help her learn a crisp Scottish accent.

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