Actress Sharon Stone gave "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli a behind-the-scenes look at her new music video.
Stone co-wrote the song with friend John Cody to help raise funds for Haiti relief. "It's called 'Don't Stand Still,'" said Stone. "I wanted it to be a love song."
The movie star turned music video vixen recruited famed photographer Mark Lidell to shoot the video, that will be launched on YouTube.
The actress also shared one of her beauty tips for how she keeps her skin looking so fresh and young. "I wash my skin with clear water and I don't use any soap very much on my face and people think that's kind of weird, but I find that really worked for me over the years."
Clearly it's still working!
Michelle Pfeiffer turned down the infamous role of Catherine Tramell in 1992's "Basic Instinct." Instead, Sharon Stone starred in the thriller and was nominated for a Golden Globe.
"Extra" wants to know: Can you see Michelle in that risqué role?
Sharon Stone is shouting from Cannes -- she's not scary skinny!
The "Basic Instinct" actress has made headlines for her super-slim figure. While at the Cannes Film Festival she told "Extra" she lost weight the old fashioned way. "When you get in shape, the tabloids always want to create a scandal about it." The 51-year-old added, "Eating right and exercising makes you smaller."
Stone's slim figure raised large sums as the auctioneer at the amfAR benefit at this year's festival.
The amfAR benefit at the Hotel du Cap at Cannes was the place to be Thursday night, where Rob Pattinson's precious pucker was on the auction block!
Sharon Stone didn't have any trouble auctioning off two kisses from the "New Moon" megastar, whose smooches went for a total of $56,000!
During the evening, Stone personally donated $50,000 in memory of friend Natasha Richardson, who was an avid supporter of amfAR. A teary Sharon told the crowd, "Natasha said she would go on until there was a cure found for AIDS... When you were in a room with her, it was like being with an angel."
President Clinton also addressed the crowd, and actor Danny Glover helped auction off Clinton's saxophone, which set a bidder back $180,000!
"Extra" has obtained the "tentative statement of decision regarding mother's [Sharon Stone's] motion to modify custody" -- from the court's most recent decision in the ongoing custody battle between Sharon Stone and ex-husband Phil Bronstein regarding their son Roan.
The papers specify that 8-year-old Roan will remain at Bronstein's home as his primary residence. The court docs also state that Stone will have visitation one weekend a month and have Roan on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. In addition, the papers confirm the custody agreements for major holidays, summer breaks, Roan's medical coordinator conditions, and more.
Sharon Stone resurfaced last night -- making her first public appearance since news of her custody battle thrust her back into the spotlight.
The actress attended the Macy's Passport event in Santa Monica, where she took the stage with designer Christian Audigier to raise money in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Despite reports that Sharon lost full custody of son Roan, her lawyers have insisted she still shares joint custody with ex Phil Bronstein.