“My room is a grave”: Sharon Stone revealed that after Mick Jagger told her that it would help her fall asleep, she put “tinfoil” in the hotel On the window
Sharon Stone revealed that after Mick Jagger told her that it would help her fall asleep, she covered the hotel windows with foil.
The 77-year-old Rolling Stones host told the 63-year-old actress that convenient tips would be her only hope for “any decent sleep” on the road.
She wrote in her book “The Beauty of Two Lives”: “I did it. My room is a tomb. I came in, dressed and lay on the bed.
Comfort: Sharon Stone revealed in her new memoir that after Mick Jagger told her that it would help her sleep, she covered the hotel’s hotel with foil. Windows (as shown in the picture 2007)
The Star of Basic Instinct explained: “He [Mick] Tell me to have a decent sleep. When he went to the new town, he bought a few rolls of aluminum foil and duct tape, and then put the aluminum foil on the window of the hotel room.
“I did it. My room is a grave. After I went in, I got dressed and lay on the bed. My cat, boxer, wrapped myself on my head and dug into my body with my paws until I fell asleep. ”
The title of Sharon’s memoir “The Beauty of Two Lives” refers to the star’s second chance of life after surviving a stroke and cerebral hemorrhage in 2001.
The actress told “Closer Weekly”: “I think I am indeed dead.” “This huge whirlpool of white light is on me-of! I kind of got into this bright white light.
Sleep master? The actress Basic Instinct said that Mick Jagger (taken in 1972) will buy multiple rolls of aluminum foil and tape and place them all on his windows.
Sharon was alive when he had a stroke With her journalist husband Phil Bronstein (Phil Bronstein) in San Francisco, she broke up in 2003.
When bleeding occurred in September 2001, the actress thought she had a stroke and waited three days before going to the hospital.
The incident gave her a break in acting, because she learned how to speak and walk correctly. She said, almost feeling my entire DNA is changing.
Second round: Salon’s memoir “Two Beautiful Lives” refers to the star’s second chance to survive a stroke and cerebral hemorrhage in 2001
Under the white light, she said that she met her late friend.
“I started to see some of my friends and meet them… my very very dear people [who had died]. I experienced a real journey that took me here and other places. “
Sharon added: “But it was very fast-bad! Suddenly, I came back. I was inside me at the time.”
The mother of three said: “It has had a profound impact on my life, so much so that it will never be the same.”
Stranded life: This incident allowed Sharon to rest for a while while learning how to talk and walk again
She said that the near-death experience is good for people.
Sharon explained: “I am not afraid of death. I want to tell others that this is an amazing thing, and death is a gift.
“When death comes to you, it is a glorious and beautiful thing. I have an incredible sense of happiness, and it feels so close. Death-it is very close and very safe. This is not out of reach. “
The “Muse” star said: “I think there is a reason why God keeps me around.”
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