Will And Grace star Debra Messing shared a topless photo of herself reading her friend Sharon Stone’s autobiography, The Beauty Of Living Twice.
The actress, 52, shared the cheeky photo on Instagram on Wednesday, writing: ‘Now I can say I slept with Sharon Stone’.
The actress put on a cheeky pose from the comfort of her bed as she praised 63-year-old Sharon and her insightful memoir.
‘Now I can say I slept with Sharon Stone’: Debra Messing, 52, posed TOPLESS on Wednesday for a sizzling photo on Instagram while reading her friend’s autobiography
Debra was seen with her reading glasses and a light makeup palette. Her coarse auburn locks were studded with cream-colored pillows lined with black piping.
The sitcom actress playfully bit her lip before applauding Sharon in a long accompanying caption.
She wrote: “Now I can say that I slept with Sharon Stone. [winky face emoji]
“I am delighted to receive my copy of @ sharonstone’s brand new memoir,“ THE BEAUTY OF LIVING TWICE.
Supportive: The actress put on a cheeky pose from the comfort of her bed as she praised 63-year-old Sharon (pictured left) and her insightful memoir
Sharon has lived enough lives for a small town. Her story is unique, her trials numerous, her triumphs well won. ‘(sic)
She continued: ‘Sharon Stone is a global, glamorous movie star to most. She’s talented, there’s no question that, but she’s also brilliant.
A flaming spirit, a great orator, a versatile performer (author, songwriter, etc), a fierce and passionate activist for the LGBTQ community (how I first met her), and a spiritual, friendly, playful, curious , thoughtful soul.
Meet this wonderful woman. Buy her book today from your local independent bookstore ‘alongside the hashtags:’ #thebeautyoflivingtwice #sharonstone #book #bookstagram #memoir #bookstore #booksinbed #localbookstore #booklover #booklove. ‘(sic)
Debra is known for her role as Grace Adler on the classic 90s TV show, Will & Grace.
Supportive: Debra was seen with her reading glasses and playfully bit her lip before applauding Sharon in a long accompanying caption
Last year, the actress said she felt the pressure to lose weight, and she eventually dropped from size 8 to size 2 for the series, as none of the clothes provided to her by the wardrobe would fit.
After getting more exercise and reducing her meal intake, she started to lose weight and said she felt like she was ‘making people happy’ by doing it, indicating that she felt pressured to lose weight. slim down.
“ When I started Will & Grace I was a size 8 and what happened was that every time I wanted to do a fitting I couldn’t fit into clothes, ” she began to explain during an interview on Jameela Jamil’s I weigh podcast
‘For eighty percent of it I couldn’t fit in and I would just go away hating my body and myself.
‘I loved my costume designer, she always said’ don’t worry, ‘and she spoke to her assistant and said,’ Okay, can you call for a size up? And that was something that was always repeated all the time. ‘
She continued, “So, of course, I thought,” my life would be so much easier, “and it would be easier for anyone trying to do their job if I just lost weight.
Honestly: The sizzling post comes after the actress said she felt pressured to drop from size 8 to size 2 on hit ’90s sitcom Will & Grace
So I started yoga every day and did one of those meal delivery services. I started getting smaller and then I was one [size] 6, and they said, “You lose weight, you look great!” ‘
Debra added that she felt she heard the message that ‘as a woman’ [it] was “oh, this makes them happy so I should do more of it.” ‘
The star went on to explain how her TV peers – most notably Ally McBeal stars Calista Flockhart and Portia de Rossi – compared her to the ultra-thin actresses.
She explained, ‘Then I was lucky enough to be invited to the red carpet for the Emmys and the Golden Globes, and that was the same time that Ally McBeal was at his peak and Calista was the’ It ‘girl and so was Portia. so so slim, and she’s been talking openly about her anorexia, so it’s all in kind of the same theme.
Iconic: After getting more exercise and reducing her meal intake, she started to lose weight and said she felt like she was ‘making people happy’ by doing it (pictured with co-stars Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes in 1998)
‘I would try to fit these dresses and of course they weren’t random checks and it was like,’ Okay, we have to let go of the seams, etc. ‘
This was supposed to be the best time of my life because I was nominated for Best Actress on a TV show I loved for an Emmy and walked the red carpet
‘I walked out and immediately felt so incredible, and then I was standing next to all those other actresses who were half my size, and I felt fat and I felt ugly. I look back at those pictures and I was beautiful! ‘
She continued: “I regret that that was my interpretation of reality and that it was the torture I did to myself. I was way too skinny … but, you know, if I went for those fittings, I fit in everywhere.
‘And suddenly I could literally fit into everything that was high fashion. So suddenly everything seemed to open up to me because I was one [size] 2. ‘
Behind the scenes: ‘When I started Will & Grace I was a size 8 and what happened was every time I went in for a fitting I couldn’t fit in clothes,’ she said on the I Weigh podcast from Jameela Jamil