As the new spokeswoman for Italian jewelry house Damiani, Sharon Stone has been chosen to represent the “Musts and Masterpieces” collection. Here are the images that have been released for the campaign:
Sharon Stone makes apology to the Chinese May 30, 2008
I don’t know about you guys but I think too little too late. If you don’t know what you are talking about then maybe it’s better not to say anything at all!
Wow Sharon Stone should not open her mouth! May 26, 2008
I have no clue what the reporters are saying in Chinese but I can’t imagine its very good! How dare Sharon Stone blame the earthquakes on bad karma? Why don’t celebrities just keep their mouths shut? I doubt the Dalai Lama will remain her “friend”.
Anyone out there can translate?
UPDATE: The awesome bloggers over at celebitchy.com offered up $10 per comment up to $1,000 to donate to earthquake relief in China! That is so great! The team over at accidentalsexiness wishes it could afford to donate that much but we can’t. We will however donate $1 per post up to $100.
I do encourage those of you out there to go to this awesome website where you can donate as much as you’d like. Maybe other bloggers can follow suit and raise a few bucks for this great cause as well.
Madonna auction breaks new record! May 23, 2008
The Material Girl parted with a few personal possessions — a custom-made white guitar and the contents of her handbag — at a benefit to raise money for AIDS research. She emptied her purse and came up with a magnifying mirror, hair clips, skin blotting tissues and lip gloss. She put it on the block along with a one-of-a-kind diamond-encrusted alligator bag donated by Chanel. The lot sold for $472,000. The 49-year-old singer asked the crowd not to insult her with low bids: “This lip gloss touched my lips.”
The annual Cinema Against AIDS gala, hosted by Sharon Stone, is one of the hottest tickets at Cannes each year, with hundreds of guests traveling to nearby Mougins for an auction dinner held in a giant marquee.
The rich and famous lined a packed red carpet on Thursday, including Madonna, Diddy, and Stone, actor Dennis Hopper, Harvey Weinstein and actress Natalie Portman.
“I hope we all leave a little poorer,” said amfAR chairman Kenneth Cole in his opening speech.