Sharon Stone: Surgeons want to nip and tuck me

168709706BD00005_Behind_The Speaking to Shape magazine, Sharon Stone has revealed that she has been offered nip and tuck by many top cosmetic surgeons who are eager to do some work o her body. The 56-year-old star, however, doesn’t feel the need to go under the knife in order to enhance her features.

She said: “I can’t tell you how many plastic surgeons have tried to sell me a face-lift. That’s not ethical, because the Hippocratic oath is to do no harm, and elective surgery can be harmful, and that’s not cool.”

Despite her reluctance to undergo cosmetic surgery, Stone believes that this kind of treatment is OK when necessary and doesn’t judge people who do it. The actress herself had a scar fixed once.

A press Conference for the upcoming Radius film "LOVELACE"“If it’s needed and appropriate, then yes, do it,” she added. “For example, I was in a horseback-riding accident when I was 20 and I ended up with a ragtag scar on my neck, so I had it fixed. I just don’t think you should run out and get crazy triple-D boobs or cut up your face when you’re in your 20s.

“Everyone’s starting to look alike. We’ve got 400,000 girls with beachy blonde hair, the same nose, gigantic lips, implants in their cheeks, and little Chicklets for teeth. Are they really prettier?”

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5 responses to “Sharon Stone: Surgeons want to nip and tuck me”

  1. Sandy says:

    I totally agree with Sharon Stone – the sex symbol of my generations and not only mine, I am sure. Agree with Sharon that plastic surgery is ok when you really need it to improve some scaring and some real necessary things. Today many young women look the same – like Barbie Dolls, but is it that good for the health? I cannot understand a plastic surgery at the age of 20. Ho will these women look in 20-30 years form now? Why people would consider that bleached hair big boobs and big lips makes them pretty? I believe there should be harmony and individuality to make the person beautiful and still the beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.

  2. Trevor says:

    Sharon Stone is a very beautiful woman and you cannot deny this fact. She looks just gorgeous and if you recollect her age – she is an example to follow. I am glad this is her natural beauty and that she doesn’t want any plastic surgery t combat her imperfections (if they are there only, I myself cannot see any). Am for the plastic surgery when a person really needs to make corrections that early should be done. I do not support the modern age tendency of upgrading their appearances to the present standard. People start resembling clones and this is ugly indeed.

  3. Sarah says:

    Awe my God Sharon Stone, I love you, finally someone said exactly what I think and feel, it is awful when young women are doing all those multiple surgeries in order to look like some superstar or something like that, though they look quite good, but all this television and fashion they are all zombie young women to do that, and to feel not beautiful or complete without that. Actually it is very unpleasant to realize how many lives are being broken, especially considering the fact that after they change their selves they do not feel their selves emotionally anymore, and this thing leads them to emotional stresses. That is in the case if the plastic surgery went well, but in the case if the surgery went wrong there are cases when girls die or stay with a scar face till the rest of their lives. So the big question now, is it really worthy? Is anything really worthy to do something like that with you?

  4. Linda says:

    I completely agree with Sharon Stone, there is no need to appeal to surgeons in case if Mother Nature has given you a nice look. Every person was created by God, and it was created different from any other human being, that was God’s purpose, and I believe that people should not ever change that, everything should stay in God’s hands. I am so afraid for my children, as my daughters are growing in a society there girls do not have moral issues, all they care is the way they look like, and the more artificial they look, the better they feel, the only thing I am not able to understand is how do they feel their selves after all those changes? Not a long time ago I saw a movie called “Temptations, or confessions”, well something like that, it was a movie by Tyler Perry, a story of a good girl from religious family who after dealing with wrong people has changed and how did it affect her entire life. The movie is a huge lesson, actually the majority of Tyler Perry’s movies are teaching something people, all is needed is to open heart and listen to what it says. I do hope that something will change soon, and being natural will also me a fashionable thing, but until that moment a good advice to all mothers is to keep an eye on their kids all the time, day and night.

  5. Minnie says:

    I think Sharon Stone has opened a very interesting topic, especially for the mothers of those girls who are trying to look like some one type model, and while doing that do not realize that they are losing their individuality and special features. I feel sorry for those girls, and for their mothers, as those women were not able to give enough love and understanding to their daughters as a result those daughters never talked to them or advised about surgeries. Sharon Stone is sixty years old but she looks amazing, why is it so difficult for other girls to be more confident and simply their selves when following their dreams? I am scared to death realizing that soon there will be a generation of mothers and later grandmothers full of cancer due to their operations with silicone and looking fake, I guess that would be not the best view for a child or grandchild.