Sharon Stone wears a glamorous ruffled red dress as she gives host James Corden a piece of her art from the first collection before he leaves CBS’ talk show next week
- The 65-year-old actress brought the glamor in a bright red one-shoulder dress with ruffles to one of the last tapings of The Late Late Show with James, 44, as host
- Sharon shared her painting titled A Fine Way To Say Goodbye and how it related to James leaving the CBS talk show
- James and Sharon embraced after she delivered a rousing farewell speech
Sharon Stone said goodbye to James Corden on Tuesday’s episode of The Late Late Show before departing the CBS talk show next week.
The 65-year-old actress brought the glamor in a bright red one-shoulder ruffle dress to one of the final takes on The Late Late Show with Corden, 44, as host.
Sharon gifted James her own artwork from her first collection of paintings, aptly titled A Fine Way To Say Goodbye.
The host asked her if she had her first solo exhibition of her paintings at a gallery recently and she said it was “pretty terrifying.”
Sharon described how she overcame her fear of attending the gallery show which was packed with people waiting in the rain.
Fond farewell: Sharon Stone wore a glamorous ruffled red dress as she gave host James Corden a piece of her art from the first collection before he leaves the CBS talk show next week
Happy days: Moving back to the UK, James seemed delighted with the gift that came from Sharon’s first art collection
Great name: Sharon revealed that the artwork was titled “A Fine Way To Say Goodbye.”
James then shared a painting of Sharon that he thought was “amazing” and “beautiful” and asked her to tell everyone about it.
“It’s upside down,” Sharon burst out.
“James!” exclaimed fellow guest Jack Whitehall, 34, jokingly.
James then turned it over and Sharon revealed it was titled ‘A Fine Way To Say Goodbye’.
“That’s a great name,” James said.
Sharon explained that the 6-by-8-foot painting was inspired by a famous actor and artist who sold his house to a friend of hers.
“And he did so many artistic and so many beautiful things in this house. He left sculptures, in the garden and fountains and just the house was just so personal and left so many beautiful parts of himself in the house.
“I painted the painting…about the person, because I thought it was such a beautiful way to say goodbye,” Sharon said.
Tender moment: James smiled as Sharon talked about her painting and how it related to his departure
Glamorous star: The Oscar-nominated actress brought the glamor in a bright red one-shoulder dress with ruffles
“And I brought it to the show tonight because you have that essence, James. And I walked down the hall and I saw the pictures of you on Penny Lane with Paul McCartney, and the pictures of you in the car with Mrs. Obama, and pictures of you with all the stars.
“And you in sailor suits dancing in Times Square and doing all the great things you’ve done, and all the “Carpool Karaokes” that have given us so much joy.
‘On the Internet, even if we are not with you at night. And all of you that you have given us in this country and abroad. And when you go home, back to your house, I want you to know what a nice way to say goodbye,’ Sharon said.
James and Sharon then shared a long hug and held hands as the show went into commercial break.
Sharon also shared her deep desire to do stand-up comedy on the talk show.
She said her favorite comedian was Dave Chappelle, 49, and revealed that she has asked him for help with a stand-up act.
English singer Harry Styles, 29, and comedian Will Ferrell, 55, join James for his final episode on April 27.
James took over hosting the show in 2015.
Big hug: James and Sharon then shared a long hug and held hands as the show went into commercial break
Stand-up Dream: Sharon also shared her deep desire to do stand-up comedy on the talk show