Sharon Stone seems to have a new love interest.
The 63-year-old Basic Instinct star has reportedly been dating 25-year-old rapper RMR for the past several months.
The two have been on ‘several dates’ so far this month at hot spots like Delilah and The Highlight Room in Los Angeles – where the Kardashians often hang out – as she gets to know the musician.
New love? Sharon Stone is reportedly dating rapper RMR; the two have been seen together at clubs in Los Angeles as they party with Chris Brown
PageSix broke the news that they have been ‘canoodling’ at parties this summer.
A rep for the siren told DailyMail.com there is ‘no comment’ on the subject.
And there are photos that suggest romance is in the air: in one image shared to Instagram the rapper has his arm around the blonde bombshell. And in another shot, she is wearing one of his ski masks.
‘She’s definitely having a hot girl summer,’ a source told the site.
‘They were together hanging out with Drake’s [artist] PND, and they were canoodling and popping bottles. They were dancing to hip-hop. Chris Brown was also there,’ added the insider.
Even though Stone is decades older than RMR, he thinks she is ‘cool as f**k’ and he has ‘respect’ for the former model who broke through in the Nineties with her sexy thriller Basic Instinct.
She sure does not look 63! Stone still sizzles in a bikini as she did here at home this month
‘They’re enjoying each other’s company right now and hanging out. They’re having a great time together,’ the source added. ‘They’re on the same frequency and it’s a very unique friendship.’
The two have also been flirting on social media as they like each other’s posts.
RMR – whose real name is not known – wears ski masks as his signature look.
The singer from Atlanta who now lives in Los Angeles came to fame with the song Rascal in 2020. He is signed to Warner Records and Cmnty Rcrds. His top album is Drug Dealing Is A Lost Art.
He has worked with Jamie Foxx and Amber Rose on his music videos.
Sharon has one of the most famous faces in the world after 40 years in show business.
Her ex: Her love life has been headline news as well as she was wed to newspaper editor Phil Bronstein for six years, divorcing in 2004. Seen in 1998
Her love life has been headline news as well as she was wed to newspaper editor Phil Bronstein for six years, divorcing in 2004.
She was also wed to Michael Greenburg (1984 – 1987) and engaged to Bob Wagner from 1994 until 1995.
The Casino star has also dated country singer Dwight Yoakam, producer William MacDonald, film executive Barry Josephson, model Martin Mica, actor David DeLuise and real estate mogul Angelo Boffa.
She recently told ET she was hoping to find love: ‘I’m looking for someone who wants to have a caring and compassionate and loving relationship, like anybody else.’
She just doesn’t age! Stone, left in 1992, and right in 2021; she has said constant exercise keeps her figure in check
Also this week she spoke with WSJ. Magazine about her reputation.
The Sliver actress has been outspoken on various issues over the years, and Sharon thinks that her willingness to discuss contentious things in public has undermined her earning potential.
She told WSJ Magazine: ‘I’m just excited to see where I belong in the world, to see where my journey is going.
‘I think that when I was saying all these things – that now Kamala Harris, our fabulous vice president, and Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton are now avidly discussing – about women’s rights, [it] made my film career quite difficult.
‘People found me to be ‘difficult’ because I was asking for those things and expecting to get those things that I felt were correct and appropriate for myself and other women.’
Bringing the heat: The siren in Dolce & Gabbana as she posed in Malibu
Sharon also thinks that attitudes are evolving, and ultimately, she believes it might make things easier for women like herself in the film business.
The Hollywood star said: ‘That hurt me and my standing with my colleagues in the business. What I [am waiting] to see at this point is now that [gender equality] is becoming the standard fare, [will] I be accepted back into my film community because I had that great thing that President Obama talked about, which was audacity?
‘I was willing to bash my own head on the glass ceiling. I’m going to have to see if this wounded warrior can be accepted back into her industry or if I will have to move along somewhere else.’
Meanwhile, Sharon also revealed she’s keen to wear ‘simple and clean’ clothes, and admitted to having a ‘hippie’ style.
She explained: ‘I don’t really like to be uncomfortable, so I’m not one of those people that you’re often going to see in a bustier, uncomfortable shoes – gear that’s really hard to wear.
‘I like clothes that are simple and clean and structurally, architecturally interesting. I like hippie kind of clothes.’