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Sharon Stone stuns on Shape magazine cover

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Sharon Stone looks amazing on the cover of Shape magazine. But what is more revealing about her than this picture is the fact like all of us she got very upset about how she was looking as she started to get older. So she changed her diet, her exercise routine and her attitude.

Next month she turns 56. She makes it look easy but stone admits to Shape magazine that in her 40s she had trouble looking in the mirror and facing growing older.

In case you would like to look like stone, keep in mind she hits the gym hard every day and also follows up with lots of stretching. Plus she has changed her diet she no longer drinks alcohol. She has also changed her attitude about aging.

Stone was 34 when she appeared in "Basic Instinct," the film that made her a household name. It is hard to believe that was more than 20 years ago.

Stone is the oldest person Shape magazine has ever had on the cover.

Stone adopted three children. The editor in chief of Shape told me she interviewed Stone in L.A. where stone belongs to a 24-hour gym. She doesn't think stone is in a relationship right now but as you can see she looks ready for a new love.

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